Sports B.I.T. - Pistons vs. Heat Analysis & Betting Preview

Ted Sevransky

Tuesday, April 12, 2016 8:13 PM UTC

Tuesday, Apr. 12, 2016 8:13 PM UTC

When Pauly and Teddy break down a game from a betting perspective on SportsBIT, it’s not like what you see on Sportscenter. Here we explain why.

First and foremost, Pauly and Teddy focus on the betting angles, not the ‘hype the superstar’ angles that the four letter network is forced to do to attract a mainstream audience. 

SportsBIT isn’t looking for a mainstream audience – they’re looking for an audience of gamblers, a show by bettors, for bettors.  And that leads to some impressive Big Game Breakdowns with the type of info that you just can’t find from mainstream sources.

When ESPN breaks down Pistons vs. Heat for Tuesday, what do you expect to see?  Lots of hype about Dwyane Wade – the superstar – and Andre Drummond – the emerging young stud.  Pauly and Teddy talk about D-Wade and Drummond too, but not in the same way – not even close. 

Dwyane Wade gets talked about in relationship to Miami point guard Goran Dragic, who lit up the Pistons when these two teams met last week: 22 points, 8 assists, 5 boards, and 4-4 from three point range.  Dragic was just one of six Heat players who scored in double figures in that game.

SportsBIT’s focus on Drummond is about the young star’s maturity level and his relationship with head coach Stan Van Gundy.  Drummond took heat on social media this week after getting into a minor spat after getting benched, then sitting by himself at the end of the bench.  Van Gundy’s quote was a positive in every way; a clear example of why he’s the right guy to lead this young Pistons squad. 

Pauly and Teddy can’t guarantee that you’ll use their unique info to win 90% of your wagers, but they can guarantee that you’ll learn something new or different about teams, meaningful stats and/or advanced sportsbetting techniques on EVERY SINGLE SHOW!  Check out today’s full episode right here and find out how the Phillies took a brutal beat yesterday in the rarest of all fashions -- on an infield fly rule!  

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