Handicapping NBA Double Digit Comebacks

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Jack Jones is a professional sports handicapper that has been beating the books with NBA betting for years. In the past, handicappers were making a decent amount of money by fading teams playing the second of two back-to-back games on the road, but if you want to be profitable with your NBA picks then you have to adjust and change with the times as soon as the bookmakers do. Here he talks about handicapping comeback winners, teams who came back from a large deficit which would require them to spend a lot of effort.

Angle #1 – Teams down by double digits at half time who came back to win the game.

This scenario is a solid situation in which a fade is in order, as the team that comes back to win only covers the spread 41.8% of the time in the following game. You should look for spots to go against these teams in their next game and could have a 58.2% winning system on your hands.

Angle #2 – Team coming back on the road when the next game is also on the road.

Here you are still dealing with teams that came back from a double digit deficit at the half to still win the game, but you are adding in the variable that the game was played on the road and the next game is also away from home. The percentage of winners when you fade these teams has jumped up to 63.5%.

Angle #3 – Team coming back was at home with their next game on the road, playing a team coming off a home game.

This time the team you want to fade is coming off a win at home after being down double digits at the half. They then have to go on the road for this game to play a team that is getting their second straight game on their home floor. Now the angle has jumped up to 66% ATS, a very profitable winning system!

About the Author: Jack Jones has been one of the top experts on the site while competing against roughly 80 of the best handicappers in the world each year. He has made most of his money on the hardwood. In fact, he has finished in the Top-5 in college basketball each of the last three seasons (#5 2011-12, #5 2012-13, #3 2013-14). He was also the No. 1 NBA handicapper from 2012-13. As of early April, Jack has compiled an 802-631 basketball run that has seen his $1,000 game players profit $124,030. He was the No. 3 College Football handicapper in 2012-13. While he doesn't have any top finishes in the NFL, he has produced steady profits without killing his clients. Jack also was your No. 7 MLB handicapper in 2009 and backed it up with a No. 8 MLB finish in 2010. No matter the sport, the one thing you can count on with Jack Jones is that he won't leave any stone unturned. You'll know why he is on a game with his detailed analysis, and more times than not, you will come out well ahead against your book. Head on over to Jack's premium pick page to see what he has in store for tonight!
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