Sports-Watch Sports Betting Line Moves


Monday was not a good night to have the Utah Jazz as favorites, as they suffered their worst home loss ever in losing by 45 points to Houston. Instead, it’s time to move on and here is a look at all the latest Line Moves for Tuesday and you can see if they line up with what you are thinking. We also share our opinions on the outcomes and invite you to review the records of handicappers at Sports-Watch to see if they are accordant with how you prefer to wager.


As compared to some totals tumbling, this one is pretty simple to comprehend. This matchup has seen the number fall 4-points to 202, with the uncertain status of Stephen Curry with a twisted ankle and Kyrie Irving being rumored as questionable. If either or both returns to “probable” status, watch the total rise back towards where it began. S-W Take – Lean with Under in any scenario

Ross Benjamin has been among the most consistent NBA handicappers. 

CBB – (511) N.C.STATE at (512) VIRGINIA  7:00 ET   ESPN2

With contests versus Miami-Fl. and Duke up next, after ending their 13-game losing streak to North Carolina, basketball bettors smell the aroma of a trap game for N.C. State. The Wolfpack was particularly sharp for the first 30 minutes before letting the Tar Heels shoot their back into the game. Playing defensive-minded Virginia is like a trip to the dentist, painful to think about and you hope to come away unscathed. The Cavaliers slow opponents as evidenced by the 51.1 PPG they allow on 36.8 percent shooting. Among N.C. State four losses, two came when they failed to score 60 points, which is another reason why they have gone from +2.5 to +4 at Charlottesville. The Wahoos are also 12-1 and 9-1 ATS on their home floor this season. S-W Take – Lean Virginia

CBB – (519) NORTHERN IOWA at (520) EVANSVILLE  8:00 ET

Sometimes, it’s just right there in front of you. In this Missouri Valley confrontation, Evansville went from a Pick to -2 because of convincing rationale. The Purple Aces are 10-5 and 9-5-1 ATS at the Ford Center against Northern Iowa. Evansville is adaptable offensively and is 17-5 ATS versus defensive teams conceding 64 or fewer points a game. The Panthers are 2-8 and 3-6-1 ATS on the road this year and off their excruciating single digit defeat at Indiana State, UNI is 7-21 ATS away after a conference setback. S-W Take – Evansville covers

CBB – (529) NEVADA at (530) UNLV  10:00 ET  CBSSN

It is a braggin’ rights battle in the Silver State with these two rivals colliding. Nevada joined the Mountain West Conference this school year and has found this quality league not easy sledding with a 2-3 start. UNLV is only one game better in conference action, having lost a pair at a couple of the tougher outposts, but came into this encounter as a decided 15-point home favorite. The Runnin’ Rebels have not seen the production they expected from forward Mike Moser, who continues to labor since returning from a dislocated elbow. With this rivalry very intense, basketball bettors have lowered UNLV to 13.5, backed with knowledge the Rebels are 2-8 ATS this season after a double digit win like they had over Wyoming. S-W Take – Lean with Nevada

Z-Play is a college basketball big game specialist as a handicapper


After a sputtering 0-2 start, the Rangers have won two of three and are in a home revenge spot this evening. Philadelphia also began miserably at 0-3 and just as it appeared they might be righting the ship with a couple of wins, they were humbled by Tampa Bay 5-1. Hockey bettors are of the opinion the Blueshirts will be in better form and have raised them from -151 to -165 on the money line. Because of the different schedule in this shortened regular season, this will not happen a great deal, but New York is 16-4 when playing with two days off. S-W Take – New York wins

Sports-Watch Weighty Trends


Dallas is 11-2 ATS in road games after a blowout win by 15 points or more since 2010-11 season.


Indiana State is 11-1 ATS against winning teams this season.

NHL ML Trend

Tampa Bay is 15-5 at home after a victory since last season.


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