TOM STRYKER’S FREE BASKETBALL SELECTION THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2ND
#830 COLORADO (-15′) over California at 10 PM EST
In the middle of a dismal 1-5 SU and ATS run and off back-to-back road losses at Oregon and Oregon State, Colorado will return home and get back on the winning track against California. The Golden Bears rolls into this Pac-12 battle on a dismal 0-5 SU and 1-4 ATS run of their own and they just don’t have enough offense to stay competitive in this contest.
If the losses to the Ducks and Beavers won’t have the Buffaloes fired up for this battle, then the memory of their 80-76 road loss at Cal will be more than enough to do the trick. Thankfully, at home in this series, CU has been a force notching a powerful 10-1 SU and 8-3 ATS record. Additionally, in Boulder hitting the hardwood off two or more straight up losses, the Buffs have been a solid wager notching a reliable 41-21 SU and 38-21 ATS mark. In this setting facing a foe that arrives off a straight up loss, Colorado improves to a solid 30-7 SU and 28-7 ATS including an incredible 20-2 ATS provided they storm the court off a blemish of seven points or more.
It certainly won’t take much to fade a California squad that enters this conference game on a dismal 6-33 SU and 17-22 ATS run in its last 39 games. In this run rolling with four or more days of rest, the Golden Bears have gone into hibernation notching a woeful 3-18 SU and 7-14 ATS tally. Finally, when going into revenge, Cal holds a feeble 18-29 SU and 17-29 ATS record including a miserable 5-19 SU and 6-18 ATS provided they are playing on the road.
Before embarking on a three-game road trip that takes them to USC, UCLA, and Utah, the Buffs will make the most of home games against the Golden Bears and Cardinal. Take Colorado. Thanks and best of luck, Tom.
TREY’S 29-8 ATS CBB PRIVATE PLAYERS CONFERENCE GAME OF THE YEAR
Lee’s $1,000 wager on Xavier fell short by a bucket last night and the TSPC turns to Trey to get them back on the winning track. This Private Players exclusive investment opportunity is backed by major emotion and one highly profitable 29-8 ATS angle that knows how to get the job done. Grab Trey’s CBB Private Players Conference Game of the Year for $30.