Wednesday Basketball Handicapper Picks

SIZZLING SERVICE OUT OF NEW MEXICO GOES FOR WINNING DAY NO. 8 IN A ROW; COUCH POTATO BOTH ESPN WINNERS

 

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Here is your locked and loaded menu for Wednesday, December 16, 2009

 

**Biggest Play**  

On 10-2 and 15-4 runs, The Coach Potato is the premier television handicapper in the world.  In 1988 after having success as a handicapper, investing 70-plus hours per week, he opted to streamline and concentrate on only national TV games.  His efficiency has paid off hitting at least 58 % in college and pro football and basketball. All plays are rated equally.  ESPN double header on Dallas/Oklahoma City, Washington/Sacramento sides

 

**Hottest Handicapper**

 Not all the services are under the bright city lights. Tipster out of New Mexico has had seven straight winning days in basketball. Richmond/South Carolina, Louisiana Monroe/North Colorado in NCAAB and LA Clippers/Milwaukee NBA

 

Bill Tanner is the No. 1 college and NBA handicapper combined since 1995. He’s from the basketball crazed state of Indiana and his Platinum Plays in hoops hit around 62 percent.  He also hits above 60 percent in college football with “Plats”.   About a dozen years ago, he lapped dinosaur “Doc” as the top Big 10 handicapper in the land. Charlotte/Indiana total, Lakers/Milwaukee sides in the NBA and in college it’s Arkansas Little Rock/South Alabama

 

Free: Vic “Buddy” Pirnick Illinois State

 

Please note that plays released are generally not every play released by the service. We pass along ONLY the top rated plays from the top rated sports services in their highest rated sports. Even if a top ranked service has a highly rated play, we may cancel it’s re-release because of conflicting information from other top services.

Our rankings are based on:

Default category: Total net units won—how much money a service won based on one unit per play including the juice

Winning percentage—self explanatory, minimum of 50 plays in quoted category to quality for rankings

ROI—based on units risked versus units won ratio, minimum 50 units risked to qualify. This category also takes into consideration multiple unit picks 

For fair comparison, parlay picks are counted as individual selections except in ROI.  

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