I know it's late, but that sort of indicates my apathy for the 7 games available to us for tonight. There's just nothing there in any of them that really interest me. So, getting to any of them would take a stretch, and when we stretch, we force. When we force, it's usually not a good thing. For that reason, this is going to be very short and to the point today. There's really no point in going into much detail in breaking any of these games down other than showing which way the numbers point me as other factors like situaions and trending data are more or less a wash in most of these games. There's just no reason, as I see it, to risk any of what has been a great start to the week on anything going on tonight.
THE NBA (4-2 ATS/5-1 SU/1-5 TOTALS last night and 7-7/10-4/6-8 so far for the week)
1. CELTICS (-2, U192) 99, Knicks 82
2. Wolves (pk, O195 1/2) 109, PISTONS 89
3. Clippers (pk, O202 1/2) 109, MAVS 103
COLLEGE HOOPS (4-4 ATS/3-4 SU/5-3 TOTALS last night and 9-9/9-7/11-7 so far for the week)
The NIT (1-2/1-1/2-1 last night and 2-2/2-1/3-1 so far for the week)
ALABAMA (-4, U128) 63, Maryland 58
The CIT (0-1/0-1/1-0 last night and 0-2/0-2/2-0 so far for the week)
1. CANISIUS 55, Evansville (+1 1/2, U147 1/2) 54
2. Loyola (MD.) (+3 1/2, O148) 80, E. CAROLINA 76
3. N. iOWA 70, Bradley (+11, U134) 63
About the only thing of interest to note in these college games tonight would be that this will be the 1st road tests of the respective tourneys for all the traveling teams tonight. That might be an angle to look at, especially with E. Carolina, but it's just not enough to make me want to jump. I'll just start doing as much digging as I can for Hump Day, and maybe I can find something when I'm least expecting to. Have a great evening, and I'll talk to you tomorrow.