We have a lot of handicappers who sell picks on our site. Sometimes it can be tough to filter through everyone and make a decision on who has the best chance to make you money.

I'm an action junky, so I like to follow a few handicappers in each sport. Below I'm going to give you my top advice on who to follow in each sport.

I break each sport up into specific time periods. Some handicappers prepare for the beginning of the season better than others and kill it out of the gate. Others need to see the team's perform before they get enough information on who to back.

Other handicappers, well they specialize in types of bets. Some may be good at everything, others are better at totals than point spreads or vice versa.

Consider this page your cheat sheet to higher profits this year.

*Unless noted I recommend flat betting each handicapper's picks. Essentially all of my data ignores unit values. We do track top play v. non top play and I'll mention to only follow top plays if the data suggests it hits at a higher rate.

*Page Updated 02/02/2017. Records and new recommendations for changing time periods will be updated regularly.

NBA

The 2016-17 NBA regular season is moving along quickly, as we are nearing the All-Star break. With football winding down, now is the perfect time to start focusing on your profits on the pro hardwood. By this point of the season, the book is out on all 30 teams. Here's 3 experts that have dominated the lines in the NBA at this point of the season.

Follow: Dec. 15th - Mar. 31st

Jeff Alexander

If you are looking for a NBA handicapper with long-term success, Jeff Alexander is definitely a handicapper you want to get to know. He's the No.1 ranked NBA handicapper long-term, profiting his $1,000 players over $117,000 since 2008. During this incredible stretch on the pro hardwood, Jeff has finished in the Top 10 an amazing 6 times. That includes last year's No. 2 ranking, where he profited over $48,000. Cashing in winning tickets on the pro hardwood this time of year has made Alexander's clients a lot of cash. In fact, he's brought in over $56,500 in profit during this juncture of the season dating back to 2008. If you are someone who likes to play parlays, Jeff has you covered. He has a 2-team parlay on the pro hardwood just about everyday. Get signed up for a premium long-term package now. https://www.sportscapping.com/jeff-alexander.html

Mr. East

If you are someone who likes to bet totals in the NBA, you are going to want to read up on the results from Mr. East, who is our No. 7 ranked long-term handicapper on the site. Mr. East is 393-283 (58%) over his last 676 NBA total releases during the time frame of Dec. 15 to March 31st. This amazing stretch has his $1,000 players profiting over $89,000. Now, Mr. East does release picks on the spreads of games, but if you really want to take advantage of a golden opportunity, you will focus only on his total selections. Find out what premium packages Mr. East has available and cash in big on the pro hardwood. https://www.sportscapping.com/mr-east.html

Matt Fargo

Here's another NBA expert that you need to get to know. Matt Fargo is the No. 2 ranked NBA handicapper long-term on our site, as he's got his $1,000 players up over $105,000 dating back to the 2008 season. One he has a chance to watch the teams and get to know their tendencies, he dominates the books on a nightly basis. Almost all of that profit has come during this point of the season. In fact, Matt is 621-495 (56%) on all NBA picks released from Dec. 15th thru March 31st, which has his $1,000 players up a cool $88,000. I'm confident that Matt has the premium package you are looking for, so head over to his capper page and get signed up today. https://www.sportscapping.com/matt-fargo.html

NCAAB

Much like the NBA, the 2016-17 NCAAB regular season is flying by. Conference action is more than halfway in the books for most teams and that means we are getting closer and closer to tournament time. Here's 3 of our best college experts that have proven success at cashing winning tickets in conference play.

Follow: Jan. 1st - Feb. 28th

Jack Jones

When it comes to long-term success on the college hardwood, Jack Jones is at the top of the list. Jack is the No. 1 ranked NCAAB capper long-term on the site, going 694-589 (54.1%) on all CBB picks from 2011. This amazing run has his $1,000 players up over $61,000. It's also resulted in 4 Top 10 finishes in college basketball over the last 5 years! Those that have followed Jack over the years, know that conference season is when he cleans house. From Jan. 1 to Feb. 31st (just two months a season) he's profiting over $45,000 with a 55% win rate going back to 2010. If you are serious about profiting, get your NCAAB season pass from Jones today. https://www.sportscapping.com/jack-jones.html

Teddy Davis

Teddy Davis was also the No. 1 ranked NCAAB capper for the 2015-16 campaign and it wasn't close. Teddy went 156-106 (60%) on all of his college basketball releases last year, profiting his clients over $42,000. If you combine his NBA and NCAAB winnings from last season, Teddy's $1,000 players netted over $100,000. He's at it again this year, as Davis is currently ranked in the Top 10 for college basketball this season. Conference season was his specialty last year and I see no reason why it will be any different this time around. Teddy is 130-88 (60%) on all NCAAB releases from Jan. 1st to Feb. 28th. Get your premium package from this up and coming basketball expert before it's too late. https://www.sportscapping.com/teddy-davis.html

Bryan Power

Here's another college basketball handicapper who has thrived once conference action is underway. Bryan Power is 171-119 (59%) on all NCAAB picks released from the beginning of the new year up until the end of February dating back to the 2015 season. This amazing run over the last two years has netted Power's $1,000 players over $42,000. Power is currently the No. 3 ranked NCAAB capper for the 2016-17 season, cashing in 62.9% (73-43) of his bets so far. Get signed up for a premium subscription today. https://www.sportscapping.com/bryan-power.html

NHL

With the early portion of the 2016-17 NHL season in the books, it's time to focus in on the experts that have made a living on the ice once December rolls around. Here's a look at the top 3 recommend NHL cappers to follow right now.

Follow: Dec. 1st - March 31st

Ben Burns

Ben Burns is the No. 1 rated NHL handicapper long-term, as he's gone 785-501 (61%) on his hockey premium picks dating back to 2012. This amazing stretch on the ice has his $1,000 players up over $68,000! Burns is off to another strong start to the 2016-17 season, as he's currently ranked in the Top 20 for this year. That's a good sign, because we are into the part of the season where he's made a killing over the years. Ben is 438-288 (60%) on all NHL picks from Dec. 1st through March 31st! Get a long-term package from our most respect NHL expert today. https://www.sportscapping.com/ben-burns.html

Johnny Banks

Johnny Banks has his $1,000 hockey players up over $62,000 going all the way back to 2009 and is the No. 2 ranked NHL capper during this amazing run. Almost all of that profit has come once December hits, as Banks has profited $54,000 on the ice from Dec to March dating back 2009. I highly recommend Banks to anyone who likes a lot of action in the NHL, as he's got a big card on the ice just about every day. Find out what premium packages he's offering by heading over to his capper page. https://www.sportscapping.com/johnny-banks.html

Sean Higgs

Here's another solid expert on the ice that can help your build your bankroll. Sean Higgs is the No. 3 ranked NHL handicapper long-term, profiting his $1,000 players over $51,000. Higgs has made a good chunch of that profit this year, as he's currently the No. 2 ranked NHL capper for the 2016-17 season. This also happens to be a time where Higgs has owned the books. He's got his $1,000 players up over $29,000 on his NHL money line picks during this time period. Find out what premium hockey packages Higgs has available today. https://www.sportscapping.com/sean-higgs.html