Tuesday, November 14, 2006

Tuesday GodsTips

Tuesday, November 14, 2006


Dream Team at GodsTips.com has America’s only full-time NBA handicapper Curt Thomas, to join Mike Godsey, the football God. Curt’s mastery of private and publicly available databases has made him the NBA Specialist. Tonight, not only do you get the first moneyline NBA play this year, but it is a Wise Guy.  Best of all, it is backed by a super system that is 42-3 SU, including a sub system that is 31-1 SU.  Yes, they both support the underdog.  We tell you exactly what the system is.

But that is not it.  With Mike Godsey as the lead football expert, we have a Major play on the Ball State-Toledo side, backed by the most accurate and succinct analysis known to man.  Oh and you get two college hoop plays as well. All four plays led by the Dandy Dog NBA Wise Guy moneyline play. Dandy dogs are moneyline dogs of 140 or more.  You get the all of today’s Joe Duffy’s GodsTips  $17 at the new home: OffshoreInsiders.com.  Check out our new five day pass for $67, requested by many. 


RICE +12 Gonzaga

Zags coach Mark Few is not blowing smoke when he says how tough of a matchup they have tonight. In Rice, GU will face a Conference USA contender that returns three starters – including preseason Playboy All-American Morris Almond, who tested the NBA Draft waters at the end of last year before deciding to return for his senior season.

“He’s definitely an NBA guy,” Few said of the 6-foot-6 wing, who led C-USA in scoring last season with an average of 21.9 points per game. “He’s a good shooter who really knows how to read screens and move without the ball. He’s going to be a handful, plus they’ve got nine other guys who played a lot last year.”And experience can really get you a long way early in the season.”

The Owls, in their 15th season under head coach Willis Wilson, have another standout performer in senior point guard Lorenzo Williams, who averaged 10.5 points and 6.1 assists as a junior. The Owl transition game will be affective to a Zags team that is trying to get some chemistry following the loss of Adam Morrison, J.P. Batista and Errol Knight.

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