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    Free Basketball Pick - Butler vs UNC

    Last Updated: 3/25/2017 9:55 AM ET

    To view the free pick analysis for the Over/Under in the Butler Bulldogs vs. UNC Tar Heels game for 3/24/2017, please sign up. Picks for every college basketball game, including our play value recommendations and access to the Play Analyzer can be purchased in the Shop.

    For Thursday and Friday, there are 13 playable picks, including six playable against-the-spread plays and seven over/unders. In the 2016 tournament, "normal" or better against-the-spread picks (greater than 57% confidence to cover) went 8-1 (89% ATS), while upset watch picks went 6-2 (75% ATS). Through the first two rounds of the tournament, such "normal" or better plays are 4-1 ATS in the 2017 Tournament and are 64-38 (63% ATS) all-time in the NCAA Tournament. There are two "normal" or better sides and two upset watch picks projected in the Sweet 16.

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    03/13/2017 Highlight: Using our ResultsFinder tool, it's evident that the Predictalator is entering March Madness in incredible form. The Predictalator posted 59 "normal" or better plays in March (plays with greater than 57% confidence) and went a stellar 36-23 (61.0%) on those plays. An average $50 bettor would have profited $678 using our recommended wager sizes. After posting an outstanding 8-1 (88.9%) ATS record on "normal" or better sides in last year's NCAA Tournament, the Predictalator looks poised to produce more NCAA Tournament winners.

    NBA predictions continue to follow the same heat wave of college hoops, as all playable sides are 30-25 (54.5%) ATS in the month of March. More importantly, top plays continue to produce at a staggering clip, with all "normal" or better sides off to a solid 9-3 (75.0%) ATS mark in March, producing $284 in profits for an average $50 bettor.

    The Predictalator's NHL picks continue to cash in consistenly as "normal" or better ML and PL plays are an outstanding 32-18 (64.0%) on the season, amassing $507 in total profits. While the betting market has really tightened up with NHL in recent months, the Predictalator continues to find success and is now 449-367 (55.0%) on all playable ML and PL plays this season.

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    06/26/2017 Highlight: With the MLB season almost reaching its midpoint, we can take a look back at our Win Total Picks released at the beginning of the season to see where things currently stand. We released 22 playable win totals and at this point in the season, 15 of those 22 plays (68.2%) are on pace to be winners by the end of the season. Of the nine "normal or better" win totals that we released, seven of nine (77.8%) are looking like winners at this point.

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