Sunday NBA Picks, Predictions: Profitable Betting System for Jazz vs. Trail Blazers, Heat vs. Magic (April 10)
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Two NBA games on Sunday night fit a PRO system that has an 11% return on investment (ROI) since 2005.
Since 2005, if you had wagered on the roughly 45 NBA games per year that have fit this system, you’d be up about $7,000. That’s about $425 per year, good for a solid 57% win rate over a lengthy sample size.
For reference, a success rate of 52.5% is enough to break even.
And of course, an 11% ROI beats a number of other investments in the long run.
The two games that the system incorporates tonight are the Utah Jazz vs. Portland Trail Blazers and the Miami Heat vs. Orlando Magic.
While the Jazz still need a win on Sunday in order to solidify the No. 5 seed in the West, the other three teams involved don’t have all that much to play for. The Heat have already locked down the No. 1 seed in the East. Meanwhile, the Magic and Blazers have been out of the playoff picture since New Year’s.
But edges on these types of moderately uninteresting games are most optimal for you, the reader.
Games with fewer eyeballs give sportsbooks less of an opportunity to fix mis-priced lines — and it also means less of the public are hunting for them. In addition, there are generally fewer sharp bettors targeting contests with low magnitude.
Read further to see what the system is, the theory behind it and how to incorporate it tonight.