In this game, you can count the legitimate players on your hands and maybe a few toes. Whether it is from the past 25 years of being a pro or whether you are a recent KrackWins member, you know without a doubt that I am all about honesty and transparency. Every week in this space you get the record – the good, the bad, and occasionally the ugly. Spend some time and find any other service that does that week after week. You won’t. All of the fugazis on Twitter that only share their wins would have you believe they are 200-5 for the year. As I have told you before – don’t believe the hype. If you want to follow someone, I would love for it to be me. But even if it is not, make sure you check the stats – not from the last night or the last couple days, but for the totality of the season. With that said, let’s get into my sports betting recap and picks for the week.
Sports Betting News and Picks Recap
I couldn’t ask for much more out of my college basketball team. This past week, CBB went 11-4-1 (+15.7 units). So far, CBB is a white-hot 32-14-2 (+37.5 units). If you find someone out there with a better record than that, please email me – I want to know. As for the rest of the week, NFL went 6-5 (even) and NCAAF went 2-0 (+3.5) for an overall total of 19-9-1 (+19.2 units).
As good as college hoops has been, I am ready for more – and, believe it or not, the NBA starts its 72-game season next week. NBA Basketball is a staple of building my bankroll each year. The NBA was one of the first sports that I bet professionally when I moved to Las Vegas nearly twenty years ago. At that time, the number of NBA bettors you would find in sports books on a nightly basis was small. While that number has increased significantly, I find plenty of profitable advantages over the course of the season. Stay tuned for my NBA primer early next week!
The NFL is heading towards the playoffs and only a handful of college football games remain in this odd season. But basketball is here in earnest and I promise you: no one gives out more winners in college and pro hoops than KrackWins. No one.