March 10th 2014 - Posted 05:00 PM Eastern Time
It was only a couple of weeks ago that Sports Profit System won 9 in a row! Now we have enjoyed 7 consecutive winners again and 22 of the last 29!
It is important to celebrate such extended winning streaks but to also keep grounded and realistic. Anyone who has been doing this for a long time knows that ANY winning week even if just two units is a good one. And yet we have profited 12 units, 4 units and 11 units over the past three weeks!
It is natural to grow unrealistic expectations during such lucrative streaks. The fact is that SPS is 22-7 in its last 29 but even IF this number was 22-17 it would still be an achievement.
It should also be noted that Sports Profit System is not doing anything differently now than it was in the first couple of weeks of February when it was hitting 50%.
The expertise, the research and the effort are all there, always have been and always will be. The difference is that we aren't consistently missing the cover by half a point in the final 5 seconds of games anymore! Those who were patient and had faith have been fully rewarded as has always been the case.
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Take Brooklyn Nets at -2 spread against Toronto Raptors risking 2%
Both teams come into this contest surging to the finale of the regular season and solidifying their playoff positions. Both of these clubs are playing great basketball at the moment and this should be an exciting game to watch, however we feel that Brooklyn should come into this contest with a slight advantage.
The Brooklyn Nets are just a single game above the .500 mark after dispatching the Sacramento Kings at home yesterday. Tonight's contest against the Raptors will be the 4th and final meeting between these two teams in the regular season. The Nets managed to win the first meeting but since then Toronto has rattled off two consecutive victories over the Nets including a narrow 104-103 victory in Brooklyn back on Jan 27th! Tonight's game is a chance for the Nets to get revenge on the Raptors and to avoid being swept at home by their divisional rivals. In our opinion, this is a much more important game for the Nets, since a loss would drop them back to the .500 mark. The Nets have big games against Miami and Washington on the road as well as the Phoenix Suns in their next 3 games, with none of those being an absolute "gimme". The Nets could potentially face coming away with a losing record over their next few games if they don't get this vital victory at Barclays Center.
Brooklyn has also been playing great basketball at home recently. They have won 7 straight home games and 14 of their last 16! The Nets have proven to be incredibly tough in Brooklyn and we expect this game to be no different. The injuries appear to be piling up again as both Paul Pierce and Andrei Kirilenko left the game Sunday against Sacramento with apparent knocks. Paul Pierce will more than likely sit out or at least be limited in his time on the court, however his backup Marcus Thornton made an immediate impact on offense the last time he took the floor pouring in 15 of his 27 points last night in the 4th quarter! The Nets could use that type of spark from Thornton again tonight. He has scored 20+ points in 3 of his 7 games with the Nets and we look for him to have another big impact on the game tonight.
Both teams played yesterday but it was the Raptors who had to take a late flight into Brooklyn from Minnesota in order to prepare for this game. Given how dominant that the Nets have been at home, it will be a tough test for Toronto tonight. Prior to their narrow one point victory in Jan, the Nets had defeated the Raptors in their last 3 visits to Brooklyn. Patrick Patterson is also sitting out of tonight's game for the Raptors and while Patterson isn't exactly the "superstar" of the team, his contributions have been big in the Raptors' success this season and his loss will more than likely impact the team.
A win by the Raptors tonight and they will basically sew up the Atlantic division, however if Brooklyn wins, then they move one step closer and actually have a shot at catching the Raptors for the division title. In terms of which team "needs" this win more, it will no doubt be the Nets. There is a reason why the line-makers had opened this game up in favor of the Nets -3. The Raptors have garnered the attention of the public this season, especially on the road. They have been playing solid basketball while the betting public still sees the Nets as the inconsistent team they were at the start of the season. That is simply not the case. The Nets have proven in 2014 just how good they can be on their home floor beating teams like Chicago, Memphis, Miami and San Antonio all in recent weeks. This is a tough home team who will be looking for revenge and we believe will get it tonight. With the spread being short, a win should equal a cover. Lay the two points.
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