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NBA DFS ALL STAR GAME EDITION. Top three plays!

Josh Livi | February 16th, 2020

Happy All-Star weekend everyone! We are here to help you make a lot of money, and very easily. Continue reading

NBA DFS Fave Five: February 12th, 2020

Josh Livi | February 12th, 2020

Oh man, we absolutely killed it last night! We got a monster 11-game slate tonight. That can only mean one thing, studs. Lots and lots of studs. And some sleepers. Let’s dive into them and get to it! Continue reading

Chicago Bulls Look to end First Half on a High Note

Troy Pierce | February 11th, 2020

There has not been much to be excited about this season if you are a Chicago Bulls fan. All-Star Weekend should have been a cause for celebration, and for the most part, it has been; it’s the first time in 35 that NBA All-Star Weekend has graced the Windy City. Continue reading

NBA DFS Fave Five: February 7th, 2020

Josh Livi  | February 7th, 2020 

Ahh, the sweet smell of money!! We cashed in big last night thanks to Anthony Davis and Elfrid Payton! We got more games tonight and more money to be made! Let’s get to it! Continue reading

HEAT vs Clippers reaction

Jacari McRae | February 6th, 2020

With so many moving parts ahead of the trade deadline, the Miami Heat entered Wednesday’s game against the Los Angeles Clippers shorthanded. Only eight Heat players were dressed. Miami pushed to an early 12-point lead against the Clippers but eventually ran out of steam. The Heat would go on to lose the game 128-111. Miami’s record is now 34-16 for the season.

With that said, here are my takeaways from Wednesday’s game. Continue reading

NBA DFS Fave Five: February 4th, 2020

Josh Livi | February 4th, 2020

Wow!! We had a killer night last night and won some big money. Hope you did too. There are only four games tonight. Despite the limited amount of games, we have no shortage of star-power tonight. Going to have a few heavy hitters tonight. Good luck, enjoy, and let’s get to it!

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76ers vs HEAT Reaction

Jacari McRae | February 4th, 2020

Unlike the previous matchup, this game was wrapped up after three quarters. After leading the Philadelphia 76ers by four at the half, the Miami Heat scored 41 points in the third period to take a 20-point lead into the fourth. And Miami never looked back finishing the game with a 137-106 victory. Miami now improves their season record to 34-15.

Here are my thoughts on Monday’s game against the 76ers.

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