2016 NBA Playoffs: Zig-Zag Theory Betting System

The NBA Zig-Zag Theory is one of the most well-known sports betting systems, and the concept is quite simple — take whichever team lost their previous game during the NBA Playoffs. The logic behind this system is that teams will fight ever harder to make up for lost ground following a loss as they attempt to stave…

Will the Golden State Warriors Make History Tonight?

On the final day of the regular season, the defending champion Golden State Warriors (72-9) are just one win away from surpassing the 1995-96 Chicago Bulls for the best season in league history. Based on the early odds and line movement, it seems safe to assume that the Warriors will make history this evening. Yesterday…

2016 NBA Playoffs: Most Profitable Referees

Almost a decade ago, former NBA referee Tim Donaghy pleaded guilty to betting on games in which he officiated. According to reports, Donaghy had been betting on games for two seasons and had ties to organized crime. Although former commissioner David Stern insisted that Donaghy was a “rogue official,” this scandal certainly impacted the public’s…

2016 NHL Playoffs: Undervalued Contrarian Favorites

One of our main philosophies is to bet against the public and take a contrarian stance in the sports betting marketplace. During the regular season this strategy includes buying on bad news and selling on good. Bettors should be taking teams that are being widely ignored, coming off a loss while ignoring the hottest teams that make nightly appearances on Sports…

NBA Game of the Week: San Antonio Spurs at Golden State Warriors

All season long NBA fans have been captivated by the Warriors pursuit of history. After opening the season with 23 consecutive wins, people began to openly speculate about whether Golden State was capable of surpassing the 1995-96 Chicago Bulls who won 72 regular season games. This seems like a pipe dream until January 8th when oddsmakers listed the…