Friday Night Picks To Pound

Let’s win some more money this Halloween, shall we?  On Thursday’s picks I went 5-2, including the Nightly Parlay 3-Teamer, or 4-Teamer, whichever you chose.  I also posted FSU 2nd half bet at halftime of that game, but any gambler that wasn’t on that is a pure donkey.  Anyway, onto Friday’s Picks.

– College Football:

Cincinnati -6.5/7 at Tulane is the play.  I will also be all over Cincinnati in the First Half. That will probably be Cincy -4 1H, but it’s not up yet.

NBA:

Most betting is currently closed on Cavaliers @ Bulls.  I’ll be taking Bulls ML to win. The line on scoresandodds.com is Bulls -3.5, if you force my hand I will take that, too, but I’m a biased Bulls fan. I’m not touching that spread with my money. This will go down to the wire.

Grizzlies -5.5 at Pacers.  Both teams are 1-0, but the Pacers are missing David West, George Hill, and Paul George.  Mike Conley will eat Donald Sloan’s lunch in the PG matchup, and the Grizz frontcourt can bang with any bigs in the league.  Grizz win by around 10.

Blazers at Kings OVER 202. This one is going to have points.  Love this over out West.  The Kings feature a ton of players that can fill up a stat sheet and none that can guard a stool.

Clippers -11.5 vs Lakers.  Clips are still out to prove that they control Los Angeles.  Kobe is back, which should light a fire under both sides. The only problem with that is Kobe is surrounded by a slew of bums, and the Clippers can actually go.

Friday Night Parlay:

Spurs ML/Bulls ML/Grizz ML.  If you’re up for it, throw Cincinatti 1H in there, too.

Stay Woke.

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