NCAA-B  |  Jan 16, 2018
Cincinnati vs. UCF
UCF
+6½ -110
  at  GTBETS
in 14h

Pure Lock's FREE CBB play Tuesday 1-16-18

Central Florida +6 1/2

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NCAA-B  |  Jan 16, 2018
Oklahoma vs. Kansas State
OVER
164 -110
  at  BMAKER
in 16h

R&R Totals FREE CBB Over-Under Tuesday 1-16-18

OVER 164 Oklahoma/Kansas State

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Soccer  |  Jan 17, 2018
Olympique Lyonnais vs. Guingamp
Olympique Lyonnais
+120
  at  BOVADA
in 1d

Lyon +120

Free soccer play takes place in France on Wednesday.

Lyon 2

Guingamp 1

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NBA  |  Jan 16, 2018
Pelicans vs. Celtics
Celtics
-4½ -105
  at  5DIMES
in 14h
Brad Stevens may be the best coach in the NBA with the possible exception of Gregg Popovich. So it's not a huge surprise the Celtics own the best point spread mark in the league at 27-15-2 (64%).  Boston has won seven in a row. The Celtics are extremely well rested having last played on Thursday in London and draw New Orleans with the spread opening smaller than I thought it would.  The Celtics' No. 1 ranked defense surrenders nearly 14 points fewer points per game than New Orleans. Boston catches the Pelicans off a big comeback overtime road victory against the Knicks this past Sunday. All but one of New Orleans' starters, Rajon Rondo, logged more than 44 minutes in that game. Anthony Davis played nearly 50 minutes. This marks the Pelicans' thrid game in five days. New Orleans is at Atlanta on Wednesday. So if his team falls far behind, Pelicans coach Alvin Gentry just may keep his starters out the rest of the way in order to rest them for tomorrow in a far more winnable situation.  This is just Boston's second game in 11 days. So perhaps there could be a rust factor. But I believe Stevens will have his team fresh, well-prepared and raring to play again. The Celtics have had four full days to recover since returning from London. They practiced on Saturday and Monday. The extened time off has allowed Al Horford and Jayson Tatum to recover from their knee injuries. Both are expected to play here.  Davis and DeMarcus Cousins can present matchup difficulties. Stevens has the coaching acumen and versatile roster to combat this, however. Think unsung center Aron Baynes. Stevens versus Gentry is a huge coaching mismatch in Boston's favor.  The Celtics have defeated the Pelicans in five of the last six meetings, including the past three at TD Garden.  (Editor's note: Stephen Nover is recognized as one of the top basketball 'cappers in the country with the record to prove it. Stephen is 135-99-5 on his last 239 NBA plays and is on a 63 percent college basketball run. Make sure not to miss any of Stephen's winners!)   
NCAA-B  |  Jan 16, 2018
Western Michigan vs. Kent State
Western Michigan
-2 -102
  at  5DIMES
in 14h

I'm recommending a play on Western Michigan minus the points on Tuesday. In what's nearly a win and you cover tilt, we're going against the home team. That home team, Kent State, can't shoot, ranked 273rd and 308th in FG percentage and 3-point accuracy, respectively.  And outside of Jalen Avery the Golden Flashes turn the ball over too much for tonight's spot.  In fact, they're slightly upside down in the assists/turnovers ratio at home. Western Michigan comes to town having covered 10 of their last 14 MAC games going back to last season and they're on a 4-1 ATS run on the road.  The Broncos have been on a bit of a "heater," winning five of their last six, while covering four of their last five.  They lost their first road game of the season at South Carolina as a double digit underdog, but have won four of their last five road games outright.  We like the fact WMU owns a 1.35 assists/turnovers ratio on the road, averaging just 9.5 turnovers per contest.  Basically, everything Kent State does, WMU does a little bit better, including shooting, defense, and rebounding.  We're siding with Western Michigan minus the points on Tuesday. Thanks & GL!  Scott Spreitzer.