ATS Play ON Trend of the Day: The Trailblazers are 19-0 ATS (+5.79 ppg) with less than two days rest after a loss in which they shot better than 20% from the arc and led by double digits at the end of the first quarter.

ATS Play AGAINST Trend of the Day: The Thunder are 0-9 ATS (-8.28 ppg) as a road dog with rest off a game as a dog when they won two straight vs their opponent.

OU Play OVER Trend of the Day: The Trailblazers are 11-0 OU (+18.18 ppg) with rest off a road game in which they committed at least four turnovers more than their season-to-date average.

OU Play UNDER Trend of the Day: The Bucks are 0-9 OU (-17.11 ppg) as a favorite with more than one day of rest off a game as a favorite when they are facing a team that is averaging more than 61.75 ppg from 2-point range.

Player-Based ATS Trend of the Day: The Bucks are 10-0 ATS (+12.35 ppg) off a loss in which Giannis Antetokounmpo had a negative plus/minus.

Player-Based OU Trend of the Day: The Thunder are 7-0 OU (17.57 ppg) in franchise history off a road game in which Dennis Schroder played fewer than 30 minutes, made at least two threes and scored fewer than 30 points.

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We also investigate the technical circumstances of each team and game, searching for meaningful historical trends utilizing the SDQL. How teams have performed under certain conditions in the past, such as; after a loss in which their star was no the high scorer, after a game in which their star point guard committed five-plus turnovers or after two straight games in which 60%-plus of their baskets were assisted, can portend future outcomes. In addition to selectively using these established, simple single-team and single-factor angles, we have discovered and continue to develop our own unique and complex team and league-wide sports handicapping systems for employment in our arsenal. SDQL Guru’s SYSTEMS are the most POWERFUL technical handicapping tools in the industry.

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