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Tonight the games that carry the most weight towards positioning in the NBA Playoffs are  Milwaukee vs Charlotte, Boston vs Indiana, Orlando vs New York, Portland vs San Antonio, Philadelphia vs Chicago. Orlando Magic vs New York Knicks is a game that I may stay away from completely even tho I would like to take the New York Knicks. We all have the same goals as members here, make a profit and learn to invest on sports the smart way. Michigan State was one of the more impressive teams in college basketball until its late January clash with bitter rival Michigan at the Breslin Center.
The Spartans are 4-5 in their last nine games and they lost back to back games for the first time all season last week. The Hawkeyes, who fell 69-71 in overtime to the Spartans on January 28th, have also lost the last seven games in this series, falling to Michigan State by an average of 11.9 points per contest. This time of year most losing teams are just playing out the string, but that is not the case for multiple squads this weekend. There are three weeks left in the NFL season, but the playoff possibilities are endless with only New England, Carolina and Arizona having secured postseason berths. Conference seeding becomes crucial this time of year and there are no shortage of teams looking to improve their potential playoff situations this week.
The Bluejays hit an incredible 34-of-53 from the field, including a 9-for-15 effort from three point range. Now the Jays will chase their second win over fourth place Marquette as they defeated the Golden Eagles 67-49 in Omaha on New Year’s Eve.
The Chicago Bears are in the Big Apple for an ESPN Monday Night Football clash with the New York Jets.
The banged up Bears turned in one of the more surprising Week 2 performances as they knocked off the 49ers in their Levi’s Stadium opener. The Bears scored 21 unanswered points in the final frame with Jay Cutler connecting on touchdown passes of five, three and three yards. While the effort was encouraging, the win could easily fall under the smoke and mirrors label.
The Jets enter tonight’s contest with a 1-1 record thanks to a road loss in Green Bay last weekend. If the Jets can do those things this evening, which they also did well (save the red zone percentage) in their season opening win over the Raiders, they should improve to 2-1 on the young season. ESPN Monday Night Football Betting Trend: Teams playing as a road dog coming off a road game in which they benefited from a +3 or better turnover margin while rushing for 50 or fewer yards are 1-5 both straight up and against the spread since September 22, 2013. I will maximize your return on investment long term by giving you every pick & strategy I use to invest on sports for 1 full year when you join the VIP Membership. As you have probably noticed, the teams that are at the top are starting to win consistently the games that they should always win. So I guess a better way to say that would be, every game tonight involves teams that are trying to work towards the highest seed possible in the 2011 NBA Playoffs. The problem is that in the past 7 days nearly 10 units of the 22 we lost were do to me going against my NBA score Projections and taking the New York Knicks when I should have went against them.
Which still may not be a game they can win because New Jersey has improved dramatically towards the end of this season. 22 Michigan State will attempt to snap out of its late season funk tonight when it hosts No.
Michigan again trumped them, scoring a 79-70 win in Ann Arbor on February 23rd, but the real shock was the Spartans effort on Saturday against Illinois. The Hawkeyes improved to 19-6 following back to back mid-February wins over Michigan and Penn State, but they are just 1-3 since facing the Nittany Lions. 11 Creighton will look to gain sole possession of the Big East lead tonight when it takes on conference rival Marquette at the BMO Harris Bradley Center in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Creighton also hoisted 26 free throws and it was lights out there as well, connecting on 24 of them.
Buzz Williams’ squad is 11-2 at the Bradley Center this season where its losses came to Ohio State and Villanova. Chicago, which puked away its season opener against the Bills, trailed 17-0 late into the second quarter, but it owned the fourth quarter. The late rally led to a 28-20 victory and an opportunity for Chicago stay atop the NFC North standings. The Bears were outplayed in almost every facet of the game, but they benefited from a +4 turnover margin as well as 16 San Francisco penalties which resulted in 118 yards.
New York built a surprising 21-3 first half lead against the Packers, but it managed just three points over the final 40 minutes while Aaron Rodgers and company scored 28 en route to a 31-24 win. New York converted eight of its 17 third down opportunities, rushed for 147 yards and scored both times it ventured into the red zone. Which really starts to make the usually valuable underdog have slightly more risk than the rest of the season.
Which is good to see, because I try to share each blog post the reality that there will be bad weeks to go with the good weeks. It has been very strange that the Knicks could not do enough to win one of those games to end the drought they are on right now.
But I am not worried at all, as it always works out in the end if strategies I share are followed. 3 in the nation, but that did not save them from a 75-80 loss or their subsequent inconsistent play. 9 Villanova 101-80 at the CenturyLink Center in Omaha to move into a first place tie with the Wildcats in the Big East standings.
The Golden Eagles ride a season long three game winning streak into tonight’s game after topping Butler, Seton Hall, and Xavier, and they are 4-1 in their last five outings with their January 30th triumph over Providence thrown in. The Ladycats had a hard time inbounding the ball until Megan Wood broke free and was heading to the basket for a layup.
Other places you do not hear about the bad weeks because they think it would be bad for business. Well it gives us a good chance to get the best games out of each team because players will be playing hard the whole way through if the Playoffs mean anything to them at all.
But on that game I would think if the Knicks put everything together  and play to their potential then they would love to have a blowout win and get some confidence going again. Defensively Creighton was not sharp as Villanova shot 46 percent from the field, 50 percent from beyond the arc, and attempted 26 free throws, but Doug McDermott and company could not be stopped when they had the ball. I will be previewing most of the opening-round playoff games, so this will be my final Opening Line Report story of the season. Yes, it is good to try and look ahead at games as well because Coach’s do the same thing and players know who they will be playing during the week.
The latest round of Thursday College Basketball Odds from offshore bookmaker Sportsbook.ag have the Spartans listed as a -5 against the spread and -210 money line favorite ($210 wins $100).
This situation usually calls for an intentional foul but the referees called a regular two shot foul. So by trying to prepare all members to be ready for a hard week, I am trying to help them maximize profits as much as possible.


Remember the projections are calculated with many different stats and it gives us the average of each team how they would play against the other teams stats. So it is a good idea to have a printout nearby with a schedule for all the games in the upcoming week and start looking for scenarios early. I did not watch the game, but looking at the box scores it looks like another 4th quarter win by Dallas Mavericks. There is a local service where I am from, anyone that lives around here hears them on the radio. But when New York has lost 9 in a row, you hope that they will actually play better than their season stats and win a game. Well one of the most impressive things to me, that I am implementing into my membership here, is that he gets on the radio after a horrible weekend and says to the thousands of listeners.
And then before we know it, College Football and NFL are back followed closely by NBA, NCAA Basketball again. After the bad week last week from NCAA which I have to say, much props to anyone that actually did do good this tournament with history being broken and only 2 brackets out of 5.9 million on ESPN having the final four predicted correctly. Marlowe played some in the first half but was stone cold coming off the bench to shoot the free throws. Both teams allowed the big crowd to get settled in their seats before the real action began in the second half. The Ladycats got off to a rough start offensively in the first quarter as their shots were just not falling.
In Aledo’s first district game against Trimble Tech, the Lady Bulldogs led 28-22 at halftime before Aledo pulled out a 48-44 win. On Tuesday, Trimble Tech was ahead 21-17 and getting to the free throw line at an alarming rate. It looked like it was going to be an off night for the Ladycats as they had only three players scoring in the first half. Alyssa Dry had 11, Breann Forbes had four and Rylie Makawe had two. Everything turned around for Aledo in the third quarter. Besides being an excellent ball handler and relentless on defense, Dry has scored 76 points in the three games against Trimble Tech. The Lady Bulldogs have two outstanding players in juniors Lekendra Bassett (11 points) and Karrington Brown (23 points).
The two Trimble Tech sharp shooters kept the Lady Bulldogs in the game connecting on six three-pointers. Off another steal, Dry then sank another three-pointer with 0:55 left putting Aledo ahead 44-39 and ending Alyssa’s eight point run in less than a minute of playing time.
Aledo led 44-39 heading into the fourth quarter. Justis Sczcepanski drew her fourth foul on a horrible call to begin the fourth quarter.
Trimble Tech had a chance to tie the game but Justis came up with a big block sending Megan Wood back the other way with the ball. Aledo got the ball back and went up by five on two Breann Forbes free throws with 0:49 left to play. First, the Ladycats were called for a phantom base line infraction giving the ball back to Trimble Tech. Seconds later, Sczcepanski was called for her fifth foul while standing perfectly straight on defense. Trimble Tech hit both free throws to tie the score at 56-56 and Justis on the bench with five fouls.
Coach Pinkerton called a time out with Aledo’s possession of the ball after the Ladycats had a tough time on the inbound pass. High school basketball is not like the NBA where a team gets possession at midcourt. Aledo clamped down again on defense and Trimble Tech did not even get a shoot off at the end of the game. Leading Ladycats vs. Aledo won that game 59-30 and went on to beat Canyon 54-31 before holding off El Paso Hanks 50-48 to earn a trip to the state tournament in Austin. Congratulations to the Arlington Heights Lady Yellow Jackets who stunned Granbury 38-37 to tie with the Lady Pirates at 9-5 on the season.
The Lady Pirates will play a one-game tie-breaker Friday night to decide third and fourth place.
Aledo Sports Daily will bring you the best coverage of Ladycat playoff basketball possible. The Sandies should be a tough team in basketball this year.Anything can happen in the playoffs. Last year, Wichita Falls Rider was at the top of the rankings behind sensational senior Taliyah Brooks. She got hurt just before the playoffs started and the Lady Raiders lost to Granbury in the Area round. A lot of my predictions come from looking at the schedule and who the teams have lost to and defeated during the season. At first glance, it looks like Aledo, Trimble Tech, Canyon, and El Paso Hanks should be the favorites in Region I.
Ladycat Basketball Playoff Central Monday, February 3, 2014# 11 Kaylee Black has been a three year starter for the Ladycats and will be honored with her fellow senior's Tuesday night.  Photo and artwork by Jim Black. Freshman girls also play Trimble Tech at 6 PM. The Aledo Bearcat Basketball team (6-5) is at the end of a highly competitive district schedule. Be careful of the Rodeo traffic. The Bearcats return home for their Senior Night on Tuesday, February 11. It will be another tough district opponent from Arlington Heights. Saturday, February 1, 2014# 33 Marlowe Hudson is a key reserve off the bench for Coach Mike Pinkerton and the Ladycats. The Ladycat basketball team is an extremely close knit group with genuine care and concern for their teammates. Aledo Sports Daily will give Ladycat fans an update as soon as information is available. It was another dominate performance by the Ladycats, especially on the defensive end, for their 13th straight district victory with only one game to play. In going 13-0, Aledo has outscored their district opponents by an average of 40 points per game (68-28). The Ladycats started a little slowly on offense Friday night at Granbury. Black had eight points in the first quarter. The second quarter started off slowly again offensively for the Ladycats. Megan Wood finished off the run with a free throw and bucket giving Aledo a 20 point lead, 32-12, with 1:23 left until halftime. Whew!
The Lady Pirates did try to make a game of it by scoring the last five points of the first half. Maddie Mittie scored the only other points for Aledo with a basket. Granbury could not take advantage of a bad offensive quarter by the Ladycats.
The Lady Bulldogs are 12-1 with their only loss to Aledo during the first half of district. The Tuesday game is basically for bragging rights and the district championship crown. It really doesn’t make much difference as far as playoff position goes entering the playoffs. The game Tuesday will be the best competition either team faces for the first three rounds of the Region I playoffs. In case you are wondering, the Class 4A playoffs begin Monday and Tuesday, February 10 and 11.
If the playoffs began after last Fridays games, here would be the first round matchups (subject to change): # 1 Aledo (13-0) vs # 4 Burleson (8-4)# 2 Trimble Tech (12-1) vs # 3 Crowley (9-4)# 3 Granbury (9-4) vs. Arlington Heights looked like a shoo-in a couple of weeks ago to claim the last spot in District 7-4A. The Western Hills Cougars have made a charge in the past two weeks and may be in a position to make the playoffs. Worth Southwest has donated his time to making sense of the bottom half of the district standings. The basket earned a robust cheer from the crowd at the gym on a very athletic play where Dry hung in the air to secure the basket.
The quarter ended with a 29-2 Aledo lead with Dry scoring 14 points. The Ladycats were at the top of their game in every facet Tuesday night.


They fueled their offense off a bevy of steals, offensive rebounds, great defense, and offense teamwork. Huddleston, a freshman, looked sharp passing the ball to a hungry reserve unit Tuesday night and she scored the last bucket of the third quarter which Aledo won 26-11.
The Ladycat reserves even looked sharp spreading the floor with some great ball handling the rest of the way. Rhylie Makawe added nine off the bench and adds some toughness to the already athletic Ladycat team.
Sarah Rogers also ended up with four points. Playoff Scenarios for the Aledo LadycatsGranbury had Trimble Tech down 12-3 at the end of the first quarter. The Lady Bulldogs came back for a 59-50 win despite former Ladycat Bryce Frank scoring 18 points. The win for Trimble Tech keeps the District 7-4A Championship focused between Aledo and Trimble Tech.
They will finish in third place even if they lose to Aledo on Friday night. Everything is still pointing toward the Aledo vs. Worth, Texas—The Aledo Ladycats ran into a team with a chip on their shoulder Friday night at Cougar Gym in Ft. The Western Hills Cougars looked like a team fighting for the final playoff spot in District 7-4A and not a team wanting to fade into Mike Tyson’s “Bolivian”. The Ladycats de-clawed the Lady Cougars 78-15 when the two teams met in Aledo just before the Christmas Break. This time around, the Lady Cougars improved the margin of victory for Aledo by 25 points in a 78-50 Aledo victory.Western Hills became the only district team to score 50 points on the Ladycats this season.
The 15 points by Western Hills matched their entire total for the first game against Aledo. It looked like business as usual for Aledo when Justis Sczcepanski-Beavers scored four points on two free throws and a basket on an assist from Alyssa Dry. Maddie Mittie had eight points off the Ladycat bench. The game was extended with whistle happy referees.
Western Hills scored 14 of their 50 points at the line on 26 attempts. Leading Ladycats vs.
The odds are against the Lady Pirates who lost to Aledo 53-27 and Trimble Tech 63-45 during the first half of district. Aledo beat Trimble Tech 60-56 in the Granbury tournament earlier this year.
The Ladycats also beat Trimble Tech 48-44 on the road back on January 10. The final showdown on February 4 should be for all the marbles in District -4A. Without knowing all the records of teams in the district, it is safe to assume the Ladycats have clinched a playoff berth with only four games remaining. Despite the 45 point victory, the game was a bit sloppy for Ladycat standards.
Alyssa Dry scored two consecutive baskets off defensive steals to put Aledo up 25-11 with 5:16 to play in the second quarter. Breanne Forbes scored four in the quarter which ended with a Hannah Berkovsky basket at the buzzer. Megan Wood started off the third quarter with a bang. Wood scored two baskets off her own steals and Dry stole the last basket with an assist to Wood. Worth TX—It was almost like football season again from the South Hills Gym Friday night in Ft. The starters were gone from the game just minutes into the second half and the officials ran the clock most of the second half. The win propelled the Ladycats to 9-0 in district play and 20-3 overall.
Enough games have been played to pencil in Aledo for a chance to return to Austin through the playoffs.
Both teams should remain undefeated in district until their final meeting of the year February 4, 2014 at Aledo. In the first half, Alyssa Dry used some of her eight steals to help her score 14 of her team high 18 points in the first half. Justis Sczcepanski-Beavers controlled the boards and ended up with q points for the game. Coach Mike Pinkerton went almost exclusively with his reserves in the second half and senior post Sarah Rogers came up big for the Ladycats with 14 points.
Madison Mittie also chipped in 11 points off the Ladycat bench. Rogers was a key player for Aledo as the Ladycats outscored the Lady Scorpions 28-16 in the clock-shortened second half.
Having another scoring threat in the low post will serve Aledo well as they prepare for the 2014 playoffs.The Ladycats rolled out to a 19-4 first quarter lead behind Alyssa Dry with eight points and Justis Sczcepanski-Beavers with four. The starters left the floor after Dry’s second bucket ad did not return to the game. The reserves continued to play rugged defense led by senior Marlowe Hudson who also chipped in two points in the third quarter. Sarah Rogers stole the ball from the Lady Scorpios and drove for a layup with 2:51 remaining in the quarter to put Aledo up 53-16. Rogers ended up with eight points in a 18-5 Aledo third quarter. Freshman Cameron Huddleston got some key minutes running the show as the point guard in the fourth quarter. Justis Sczcepanski-Beavers won the tip to Kaylee Black who drove down for a left handed layup putting Aledo up 2-0. It was the beginning of a 14-0 run to start the game for the Ladycats. All five Ladycat starters scored in the first quarter led by Sczcepanski-Beavers with six points. Alyssa Dry showed great game awareness by pulling up for a jump shot rather than taking a layup as the first quarter ended on Dry’s basket at the buzzer.
Aledo was up 20-5 at the end of the first quarter. The Ladycats continued their defensive pressure as Kaylee Black blocked a Lady Jackets shot and stole the ball. They only lost by five to Granbury last week. Aledo played the three playoff teams in a row to increase the district winning streak to nine games. Worth—The Aledo Ladycats completed a thrilling come-from-behind victory over the undefeated Trimble Tech Lady Bulldogs 48-44 Friday night in Fort Worth. Alyssa Dry had another great district game with 21 points and Justis Szczepanski-Bevers scored 12 to lead the Ladycats (18-3, 7-0) over the Lady Bulldogs (20-4, 6-1). Both of these teams should breeze through the second half of district with a huge game in Aledo on Tuesday, February 4. Last year, Aledo got some help from Granbury with a win over Trimble Tech but it looks like the game in February will be for all the marbles. The Ladycats start the district schedule all over again with a home game against Arlington Heights Tuesday, January 19 in Bearcat Gym. Aledo won the first game at Granbury 46-40 and followed with a home win in the second half of district with a 50-46 win.
The final game was a 55-37 victory in the State Quarterfinals. There was no such drama on Tuesday night as Aledo used a suffocating defense to shut down the Lady Pirates 53-27 in their matchup in the first half of District 7-4A play.
They are still in playoff contention. The win for Aledo sets up a huge district battle with the Lady Bulldogs from Trimble Tech on Friday. Coach Mike Pinkerton began substituting more in the second half with even more athleticism for the Ladycats. There was very little drop off in defensive production with the Ladycats holding Granbury to 15 in the second half. Holding opponents to a low point total is nothing new for the Ladycats. In going 5-0 to open district, Aledo held their first five district opponents to an average of only 21 points a game while averaging 70. The game started off slowly for both teams offensively until Aledo senior Kaylee Black hit two three pointers and Megan Wood added another in the first quarter. The outside shooting softened the middle for Justis Szczepanski-Bevers who poured in nine first quarter points on three field goals and three free throws. Meanwhile, the Ladycats shifted their offensive scoring from the front court to the backcourt. She was scoreless in the first half but exploded for nine points in the third quarter hitting three field goals and a three-pointer. Megan Wood scored eight in the quarter to finish with a team high 16 points in the victory. Aledo held a commanding 49-20 entering the fourth quarter and Coach Pinkerton rested his starters in the fourth quarter.



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