San Antonio vs. Oklahoma City,
06/06/2012 21:00 EDT,
Score: 99 - 107
Point Spread: +5/-110 San Antonio
On Wednesday the MLB Blowout system side is on the Milwaukee Brewers on the Run Line. Game 914 at 8:10 eastern. The Brewers fit an amazing 27-2 Dominator system that plays on home favorites of -195 or higher off a home favored loss by 5 or more runs and scored 2 or less runs, vs an opponent off a road dog win at +140 or more that had 5 or more men left on base. Even on the run line these teams kill it. That's because they are winning by 3.5 runs. The Brewers will bounce back here tonight as they are 6-1 as a home favorite in this range and the Cubs are 7-21 on the road, 8-20 vs losing teams and 0-4 in game 2 of a road series off a win. The Brewers are averaging 5 runs per game at home and have Greinke on the mound tonight. Greinke is 4-1 home with a 1.30 era and has allowed just 1 run in 14 innings in 2 home wins vs the Cubs. Tonight he takes on P. Malholm a career losing pitcher that is 6-14 vs Milwaukee and is 1-4 on the road with a 5.74 era. This one has Blowout written all over similar to last nights winner on Arizona. Lay the 1.5 runs with the Brewers.
On Wednesday the NBA Power system play is on the Spurs. Game 721 at 9:00 eastern. The Spurs opened late Monday night as a 3 point dog and were immediately bet up to 5 points. We note that this series has taken a rare turn with the home team losing in game 5. Game 5 home teams in this round were 16-4 in this sequence. The four teams that did lose game 5 are 2-2 in game 6. So taking the 5 points here is a value since its a 50/50 proposition without them. We also note that higher seeded teams as a dog off 3 losses in any round are 10-4 to the spread. This however is the capper- The Spurs are a perfect 5-0 straight up and ats to the spread with Home loss revenge and 7-2 off a straight up favored loss. Many will think they have lost their mojo after losing 3 straight following the 20 straight wins, and that would be true for a growing team. However the Spurs are a veteran bunch who have been together for awhile and should respond nicely. Tale the points. Take the Spurs.