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    Citazione Originariamente Scritto da gurupoker Visualizza Messaggio
    no, sto male.
    immaginavo A me è toccato la scorsa settimana, quest'anno l'influenza è particolarmente violenta. Non prendere freddo

    Citazione Originariamente Scritto da gurupoker Visualizza Messaggio
    già metteremo qualcosa nel weekend e dalla prossima settimana si riprende come al solito

    ti rispondo anche sui weekend. dalla prossima settimana probabilmente faremo un articolo unico sugli sport usa con le news più interessanti e le partite da scommettere con le nostre picks così da coprire al meglio tutta la settimana
    grandi
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    niente influenza purtroppo....sono mezzo cieco, ora in ripresa, ma senza vederci era dura scrivere, vedere le partite (molte le ho ascoltate lol ) e studiarle....cmq siamo in ripresa e dalla prox settimana si torna a pieno regime....anzi, una settimana di pausa spero mi abbia ricaricato

    ps: per gli amanti tra poco si parte anche con il college basket ncaa che lo scorso anno ci ha dato molte soddisfazioni

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    Pronostici Memphis Grizzlies-Houston Rockets e sfide 17 Novembre 2014

    Ecco i nostri pronostici di questa notte!
    (LEGGI QUI)
    """""Quando apri la mente all'impossibile,a volte trovi la verità""""" Dr. Walter Bishop

    Si può sognare con piccole cifre..............
    Con 1€ sono andato all' EPT Main event Sanremo 2008!!!!!(Grazie a PIW!)
    Con 5$ alle WSOPE Main event Londra 2008!!!!!(Grazie a Betfair)

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    NBA - Risultati 17 Novembre
    Nonostante le assenze di Rose e Gasol, i Bulls rimangono imbattuti in trasferta con la vittoria sui Clippers. Memphis batte Houston nella sfida diretta tra due delle squadre più calde di inizio stagione, mentre a sorpresa i Nuggets, guidati da Ty Lawson, piegano i Cavs. Miami torna alla vittoria contro Brooklyn, Matt Bonner trascina San Antonio alla vittoria su Philadelphia.


    Cleveland Cavaliers-Denver Nuggets 97-106
    Cleveland: James 22 (7/14 da due, 1/4 da tre, 5/7 tiri liberi), Love 20, Irving 20, Waiters 20. Rimbalzi: Love 11. Assist: Irving 8.
    Denver: GALLINARI 0 punti (0/1, 0/1), 1 rimbalzo e 1 assist in 8’12”. Lawson 24 (9/12, 0/6, 6/7 tl), Afflalo 23, Mozgov 14. Rimbalzi: Mozgov 11, Arthur 11. Assist: Lawson 12.


    Memphis Grizzlies-Houston Rockets 119-93
    Memphis: Conley 19 (5/7, 1/3, 6/6 tl), Lee 15, Randolph 14, Pondexter, Udrih, e Leuer 13, Koufos 10. Rimbalzi: Randolph 7. Assist: Conley e Udrih 6.
    Houston: Ariza 16 (4/6, 1/7, 7/7 tl), Howard 15, Beverley 10. Rimbalzi: Howard 9. Assist. Papanikolau 5.


    Charlotte Hornets-Dallas Mavericks 80-107
    Charlotte: Henderson 18 (7/12, 1/2, 1/1 tl), Walker e Pargo 11. Rimbalzi: Biyombo 8. Assist: Stephenson 7.
    Dallas: Ellis 18 (7/15, 0/2, 4/6 tl), Parsons 17, Chandler 14, Nowitzki 13, Nelson 11, Wright 13. Rimbalzi: Aminu 11. Assist: Nelson 8.


    Boston Celtics-Phoenix Suns 114-118
    Boston: Green 28 (10/13, 0/4, 8/9 tl), Zeller 19, Sullinger 18, Bradley 16, Rondo 14. Rimbalzi: Rondo 10. Assist: Rondo 9.
    Phoenix: Markieff Morris 30 (13/18, 1/3, 1/1 tl), Dragic 22, Len 19, Bledsoe 15, Marcus Morris 13. Rimbalzi: Markieff Morris e Len 7. Assist: Dragic, Bledsoe e Marcus Morris 7.


    Brooklyn Nets-Miami Heat 83-95
    Brooklyn: Bogdanovic 22 (4/6, 4/5, 2/2 tl), Jack 15, Williams 14, Teletovic 11. Rimbalzi: Garnett 9. Assist: Williams 7.
    Miami: Chalmers 22 (4/7, 1/5, 11/13 tl), Bosh 15, Cole 12, Napier 11, Ennis 10. Rimbalzi: Bosh 9. Assist: Chalmers 5.


    Detroit Pistons-Orlando Magic 93-107
    Detroit: Butler 20 (2/6, 3/5, 7/7 tl), Jennings 18, Drummond 12, Caldwell-Pope 10. Rimbalzi: Drummond 10. Assist: Jennings 6.
    Orlando: Vucevic 25 (10/18, 5/5 tl), Harris 24 (7/11, 3/6, 1/2 tl), Fournier 14, Frye 12, Oladipo 11. Rimbalzi: Vucevic 14. Assist: Fournier 8.


    San Antonio Spurs-Philadelphia 76ers 100-75
    San Antonio: Bonner 18 (3/4, 4/6), Joseph 14, Baynes 12, Green 11, Duncan 10. Rimbalzi: Leonard 11. Assist: Parker 5.
    Philadelphia: Carter-Williams 16 (6/9, 1/5, 1/3 tl), Mbah a Moute 13, Sims 9. Rimbalzi: Sims 8. Assist: Carter-Williams e Davies 4.


    Portland Trail Blazers-New Orleans Pelicans 102-93
    Portland: Lillard 24 (6/11, 2/7, 8/8 tl), Aldridge 22, Matthews 16, Kaman 15. Rimbalzi: Kaman 10. Assist: Lillard 7.
    New Orleans: Davis 31 (14/18, 0/2, 3/4 tl), Holiday 14, Evans 13, Anderson 12, Gordon 11. Rimbalzi: Davis 11. Assist: Evans 8.


    Los Angeles Clippers-Chicago Bulls 89-105
    Los Angeles: Crawford 24 (9/12, 1/5, 3/5 tl), Griffin 19, Paul 12, Jordan 10. Rimbalzi: Jordan 17. Assist: Paul 7.
    Chicago: Butler 22 (5/13, 1/4, 9/10 tl), Gibson 20, Dunleavy 19, Hinrich 14, Mirotic 12, Noah 11. Rimbalzi: Noah 16. Assist: Butler 8.

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    NBA - Preview 18 Novembre

    Preview: L.A. Lakers At Atlanta
    When: 7:30 PM ET, Tuesday, November 18, 2014
    Where: Philips Arena, Atlanta, Georgia
    Kobe Bryant is putting up scoring numbers at a pace that matches up with the best years of his career, but his team is on pace for the worst campaign of his tenure. Bryant will try to drag the Los Angeles Lakers to a second victory when they visit the Atlanta Hawks on Tuesday. The Hawks had a four-game winning streak come to an end in a bad loss at Cleveland on Saturday but have yet to fall at home.
    Bryant put up a season-high 44 points on Sunday but Los Angeles dropped a 136-115 decision at home to the Golden State Warriors, who shot 53.5 percent in the drubbing and dropped 14 3-pointers. The Lakers are the worst defensive team in the league, surrendering an average of 112.1 points, and are going up against a Hawks squad that put up 114 in its last home game against Miami on Friday. Atlanta came out flat on the second night of the back-to-back on Saturday and some holes in the defense were exposed in a 127-94 setback.
    TV: 7:30 p.m. ET, TWC SportsNet (Los Angeles), SportSouth (Atlanta)
    ABOUT THE LAKERS (1-9): Los Angeles is off to the worst 10-game start in franchise history and is heading out on a three-game trip through Atlanta, Houston and Dallas. The Lakers have surrendered at least 108 points seven times already and Bryant has yet to hit 50 percent of his shots in a game this season after going 15-of-34 in just 31 minutes on Sunday. First-year coach Byron Scott led team in New Orleans and Cleveland that failed to reach 20 wins and told reporters after the game that “patience is running thin.”
    ABOUT THE HAWKS (5-4): While the Lakers can be exposed beyond the arc on defense so can Atlanta, which allowed Cleveland to go 19-of-31 from beyond the arc on Saturday. "We've got to just throw this one away,” point guard Jeff Teague told reporters. “When they started making shots, I thought we put our heads down." The Hawks have not been the type of team that puts its head down at home, where they have gone for 100 or more points in each of the four victories.
    BUZZER BEATERS
    1. Hawks F Paul Millsap is averaging 21.7 points on 52.9 percent shooting in the last three games.
    2. Los Angeles F Ryan Kelly (right hamstring) left Sunday’s game and is day-to-day.
    3. Atlanta F Kyle Korver was held scoreless on Saturday and did not make a 3-pointer for the first time this season.
    PREDICTION: Hawks 120, Lakers 106


    Preview: New York At Milwaukee
    When: 8:00 PM ET, Tuesday, November 18, 2014
    Where: BMO Harris Bradley Center, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
    After the end of a long losing streak, New York looks to put together consecutive wins when it visits Milwaukee on Tuesday in the opener of a two-game road trip. The Knicks suffered five single-digit losses during a seven-game slide - including a buzzer-beater setback against Utah on Friday - before finally snapping out of it with a 109-93 victory over Denver on Sunday. Carmelo Anthony, who had 46 points in Friday's loss, led the way with 28 points and nine rebounds in the slump-busting win.
    New York has won eight of the last nine games against Milwaukee but will be facing a different Bucks team that has won three of four after a 91-84 win at Miami on Sunday. Milwaukee dominated the defending Eastern Conference champs in the second half, riding three late 3-pointers by Brandon Knight to a victory that brought Jason Kidd's team back to .500 at 5-5. The Bucks did not pick up their fifth win until their 21st game last season.
    TV: 8 p.m. ET, MSG (New York), FSN Wisconsin (Milwaukee)
    ABOUT THE KNICKS (3-8): When J.R. Smith was made into a full-time starter late last season the Knicks flourished, going 16-5 down the stretch to nearly steal the final playoff spot in the East. His insertion into the starting lineup Sunday in place of the injured Iman Shumpert had a similar impact, as Smith scored a season-high 28 points on 10-of-16 shooting to spark New York's best offensive effort of the season. Shumpert, who shot 50 percent or better in four straight games while averaging 14.5 points before he hurt his hip against Utah, is still listed as day-to-day.
    ABOUT THE BUCKS (5-5): Milwaukee's offensive attack is actually producing 3.7 points fewer per game than last season's dismal 15-win squad, but the Bucks' ability to tighten things up on the defensive end has turned around their fortunes early on. Milwaukee ranks third in the league in scoring defense (92.6) and steals per game (9.3) while ranking fourth in field-goal percentage defense (41.8) and 10th in blocks (5.3) entering Monday's action. They were in the bottom third in each category a season ago and held just four teams under 85 points; Miami was already the fourth victim to suffer that fte under Kidd's Bucks.
    BUZZER BEATERS
    1. Anthony hit 9-of-17 3-pointers while averaging 32.5 points in two games at Milwaukee in 2013-14.
    2. Bucks F Giannis Antetokounmpo has scored in double figures in a career-high four straight games.
    3. New York is fifth in the league in 3-point percentage (39.3) while Milwaukee is last (29.6).
    PREDICTION: Bucks 94, Knicks 90


    Preview: Oklahoma City At Utah
    When: 9:00 PM ET, Tuesday, November 18, 2014
    Where: EnergySolutions Arena, Salt Lake City, Utah
    Oklahoma City was going to struggle to score points with superstars Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook out with injuries, but the depths of the club's current struggles are quite remarkable. The shorthanded Thunder hit the road again looking to find some answers when they visit Utah on Tuesday in the first of two away from home. Oklahoma City shot 29.4 percent while matching the lowest-scoring output in franchise history in Sunday's embarrassing 69-65 home loss to Houston.
    The Thunder have averaged 77.3 points over their last three losses and entered Monday's action last in the NBA in scoring (89.5) and 28th in shooting (42.2 percent). Utah is coming off a 2-3 road trip that included a handful of tight games before a 111-93 loss in Toronto on Saturday. Derrck Favors scored 18 points on 9-of-11 shooting but his teammates combined to shoot 37.5 percent from the floor as the Jazz faded in the second half.
    TV: 9 p.m. ET, FSN Oklahoma, ROOT Sports (Utah)
    ABOUT THE THUNDER (3-8): Among the few positives for Oklahoma City has been the progress of second-year center Steven Adams, who has teamed with backup Kendrick Perkins and power forward Serge Ibaka to give the squad some occasional nastiness along the frontline. Adams has 11 blocked shots over the last two games for a team that limits opponents to 36.1 points in the paint, ninth-fewest in the league. Adams' offensive game is rather pedestrian, but he has four double-digit scoring efforts already after securing just three in 81 games as a rookie.
    ABOUT THE JAZZ (4-7): While Favors was solid in the loss to Toronto and each of his fellow starters managed to score in double figures, the lack of depth was an issue once more for Utah, which received 23 points on 7-for-16 shooting from six substitutes. The Jazz's bench contributes an average of 25.5 points, which is 28th in the NBA. Only two reserves (Trevor Booker and Joe Ingles) reached double digits on the five-game trip, both netting exactly 10 points on just one occasion.
    BUZZER BEATERS
    1. Ibaka is shooting 47.7 percent from the floor after posting a 53.6 percent mark or better in each of his first five seasons.
    2. Favors is 26-for-37 from the floor over a three-game span.
    3. Thunder F Perry Jones (knee) has missed six straight games and G Andre Roberson (foot) has sat out the last seven.
    PREDICTION: Jazz 91, Thunder 84


    Preview: New Orleans At Sacramento
    When: 10:00 PM ET, Tuesday, November 18, 2014
    Where: Sleep Train Arena, Sacramento, California
    Two teams familiar with blowing leads will try to end that trend Tuesday night when the Sacramento Kings host the New Orleans Pelicans. The Kings gave away leads of 24 and 26 points last week in losses to the Dallas Mavericks and Memphis Grizzlies but bounced back with a 94-91 win Saturday night against the defending NBA champion San Antonio Spurs. The Pelicans let a 15-point fourth-quarter lead slip away in a nine-point loss at the Portland Trail Blazers on Monday night
    Pelicans small forward Tyreke Evans was drafted fourth overall by Sacramento in 2009 and spent his first four years with the Kings, and New Orleans reserve forward Ryan Anderson was born in Sacramento and grew up about 30 miles away in El Dorado Hills. Evans had 25 points and 12 assists in his first game back last season, a 113-110 win by New Orleans, and came back with 27 points, 10 rebounds and eight assist in his second game in March. New Orleans will need to find an answer for Rudy Gay and DeMarcus Cousins, who come in averaging 22.5 and 22.4 points, respectively, joining the Golden State Warriors as the only team with two of the top 10 scorers in the league.
    TV: 10 p.m. ET, NBATV, CSN-CA (Sacramento), FS NOLA (New Orleans)
    ABOUT THE PELICANS (5-3): The Pelicans did not have Omer Asik available Monday night against the Trail Blazers because of a sore lower back, but they’ll need him against Cousins. If he’s unavailable, Anthony Davis could be called upon to defend Cousins, his offseason workout partner who also played for Kentucky. Davis matched his season high with 31 points against Portland, while also grabbing 11 rebounds and blocking three shots.
    ABOUT THE KINGS (6-4): Darren Collison, who broke into the league as first-round pick of New Orleans in 2009, has been a pleasant surprise for the Kings, averaging 15.8 points and six assists, both of which would be career highs if he can maintain that pace. He has bettered his season scoring average in each of the last two games, putting up 20 against the Grizzlies and 19 on the Spurs. Probably most reflective of Collison’s value to the team is the team’s plus-12.9 net rating when he’s on the floor, compared to negative-22.3 when he’s not.
    BUZZER BEATERS
    1. The Kings iled a protest with the NBA on Monday, claiming the Memphis Grizzlies did not get off the game-winning shot in time in the 111-110 loss Thursday.
    2. Gay, who signed a three-year, $40-million contract extension Sunday, matched his career high of 41 points against New Orleans in January.
    3. The Kings came into Monday leading the NBA in free-throw attempts per game (35.1) and third in free-throw percentage (81.2).
    PREDICTION: Kings 115, Pelicans 105

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    NBA - Quote 18 Novembre

    Vincente incontro

    mercoledì 19/11/2014 ore 01:30 1 2
    Atlanta Hawks - L.a.lakers 1,15 4,75
    mercoledì 19/11/2014 ore 02:00 1 2
    Milwaukee Bucks - New York Knicks 1,65 2,10
    mercoledì 19/11/2014 ore 03:00 1 2
    Utah Jazz - Oklahoma City Thunder 1,55 2,30



    Vincente Handicap

    mercoledì 19/11/2014 ore 01:30 1 2
    Atlanta Hawks - L.a.lakers ( Punteggio iniziale:0 - 9.5 ) 1,85 1,85
    mercoledì 19/11/2014 ore 02:00 1 2
    Milwaukee Bucks - New York Knicks ( Punteggio iniziale:0 - 2.5 ) 1,85 1,85
    mercoledì 19/11/2014 ore 03:00 1 2
    Utah Jazz - Oklahoma City Thunder ( Punteggio iniziale:0 - 3.5 ) 1,85 1,85


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    NBA Report - Trends e Statistiche 18 Novembre

    Hot Teams
    -- Hawks won four of their last five games (1-2-1 HF).
    -- Bucks won three of last four games (1-1 HF).


    Cold Teams
    -- Lakers lost nine of first ten games (2-2 AU).
    -- Knicks lost seven of their last eight games (2-1-1 AU).
    -- Thunder lost three of their last four games (2-4 AU). Jazz also lost three of last four games (2-2 H, 0-0 F).
    -- Kings lost three of last four games, but covered seven of last nine (1-0 HF). Pelicans won/covered once in four road games (1-3 AU).


    Series Records
    -- Lakers lost four of last five visits to Atlanta, losing last two by 4-14.
    -- Knicks won eight of last nine games with Milwaukee.
    -- Thunder won nine of last twelve games with Utah.
    -- Kings won four of last five games with New Orleans.


    Totals
    -- Seven of last nine Laker games went over total.
    -- Six of last seven Milwaukee games stayed under.
    -- Under is 8-2-1 in Oklahoma City games this year.
    -- Five of last six New Orleans games went over.

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    NBA - Risultati 18 Novembre
    Ieri si sono giocate quattro partite e tante emozioni nell'ultimo turno Nba dove chiudiamo 1-1 nei nostri pronostici. I Los Angeles Lakers conquistano la seconda vittoria in stagione grazie ad un Kobe Bryant sempre più a caccia di record. Con i 28 contro Atlanta infatti il Black Mamba raggiunge quota 32.000 punti realizzati in carriera. Vince anche New Orleans che agguanta così la sesta vittoria in stagione grazie al successo contro Sacramento dove entra il nostro Over. Buio pesto invece in casa Oklahoma City, che perde ancora e deve così cedere il passo agli Utah Jazz. Non stanno meglio i New York Knicks, battuti dai Milwaukee Bucks dei ragazzi terribili Jabari Parker e Giannis Antetokounmpo. Sconfitta di 4 punti per Melo e compagni, che non basta a chiudere il nostro handicap +2.5.


    Sacramento Kings-New Orleans Pelicans 100-106
    Sacramento: Cousins 24 (10/18), Thompson, Gay 15. Rimbalzi: Cousins 17. Assist: Collison 11.
    New Orleans: Davis 28 (11/19), Anderson 22, Evans 18, Gordon 17. Rimbalzi: Davis 9. Assist: Holiday 9.


    Atlanta Hawks-Los Angeles Lakers 109-114
    Atlanta: Millsap 29 (9/14, 2/4, 5/8 tl), Teague 23, Horford 15, Sefolosha 10. Rimbalzi: Sefolosha 9. Assist: Mack 5.
    Los Angeles: Bryant 28 (5/11, 3/7, 5/5 tl), Boozer 20, Hill 18, Young 17, Lin 15. Rimbalzi: Boozer e Hill 10. Assist: Lin 10.


    Milwaukee Bucks-New York Knicks 117-113
    Milwaukee: Ilyasova 20 (5/6, 3/4, 1/4 tl), Pachulia e Knight 14, Middleton e Antetokounmpo 13, Parker 12, Mayo 11. Rimbalzi: Pachulia 13. Assist: Knight 9.
    New York: Anthony 26 (8/113, 2/4, 4/6 tl), Hardaway 24, Shumpert 21, Stoudemire 14, Prigioni 11. Rimbalzi: Shumpert 8. Assist: Shumpert 8.


    Utah Jazz-Oklahoma City Thunder 98-81
    Utah: Burks 20 (3/5, 2/3, 8/9 tl), Burke 17, Kanter 16, Hayward 13, Favors 10. Rimbalzi: Kanter 15. Assist: Burke 9.
    Oklahoma City: Lamb 19 (2/8, 3/7, 6/6 tl), Adams 11, Jackson 10. Rimbalzi: Thomas e Adams 8. Assist: Jackson 7.

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