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I'm laying the points with the Miami Heat in their decisive game seven tilt with Charlotte. The Heat crushed Charlotte in the first two games of the series, before the Hornets adjusted, the Heat hit the offensive skids, and Charlotte won three straight games. But Miami turned the corner in Charlotte last time out, making correct adjustments of their own on the offensive end. The Heat scored 59 first half points and held on in the second half for the 97-90 road win. Now Miami returns home for game seven, on an 8-1 ATS run in South Beach. They're also on a 13-5 ATS run against teams that score 99 or more ppg, outscoring those 18 teams by an average final score of 110-100. I expect more of the same in this one and I'm laying the points with Miami, my Slam Dunk. Thanks & GL! Scott Spreitzer.
I'm laying the points with the Raptors on Sunday. The road team has taken two of the games in this series, but I believe that stops here. The Pacers whipped the Raptors last time out, but Dwane Casey has gotten the most out of his teams off bad losses, going 41-23 ATS off a double digit road loss. The Raptors not only won 56 games, but because of players like DeMar DeRozan and Kyle Lowry, Toronto has been called the greatest threat to the Cavaliers' attempt to win their second straight conference title. Toronto has yet to play their best game on the offensive end, yet can still win the series. And we do have history on our side. Only five 7-seeds have knocked 2-seeds from the postseason in 32 years. I do like the matchups and believe DeRozan will come through on the offensive end, leading his team to a spread covering win. I'm laying the points with the Raptors, my Knockout on Sunday. Thanks & GL! Scott Spreitzer.