Wizards vs. Grizzlies Predictions: Historically Profitable Algorithm Picks With Data Since 2005 (Nov. 6)
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There are two historically profitable NBA betting algorithms that target Wizards vs. Grizzlies on Sunday night.
The algorithm has made selections since 2005. The one targeting one side of the moneyline has a 10% return on investment over the last 17 years. An algorithm on the spread has returned 7% on investment over the same timeframe.
Games and teams are selected via a specific set of parameters that involve time of season, home records and matchups.
These parameters are proprietary to the Action Network. And each of those parameters fits Wizards vs. Grizzlies.
The algorithm selection on the spread has gone 448-375-17 (55%) since 2005, returning about $5,200 for $100 per game bettors.
And the moneyline algorithm has returned $100 per game bettors $8,000 in profit if you tailed every single pick for the last 17 years.
We don’t recommend using this betting algorithm as an alternative to investing — variance is much less forgiving in sports gambling compared to the financial markets — but similar principles apply in regard to profits over a long time horizon.