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Years in handicapping: 42 years in the handicapping business. Doc’s Sports started offering clients sports predictions back in 1971 and now has assembled some of the finest experts in the country for its handicapping service. We are one of the few handicapping companies that have withstood the test of time because of hard work, honesty (win or lose), and consistently providing winners to our valued clients.
Achievements in handicapping: Since 1971 Doc's Sports has been recognized and one of the leaders and most trusted names in sports handicapping. Doc’s Sports became famous for our Big Ten Game of the Year that covered the point spread 19 years in a row. Doc’s Sports is one of the only handicappers whose powerful influence has historically moved the official line more than seven points. 2008 was a Golden Year for Doc’s Sports, as we earned Las Vegas handicapping titles in both college football and college basketball. In 2009 we were a nationally ranked top-5 handicapper during the NFL Preseason!
Biggest win of the year: Our 10* selection with Chicago over Tennessee on Nov. 4, 2012. The Bears entered the game as a slight favorite and forced a turnover on the first offensive play from scrimmage from Tennessee. The Bears jumped on the Titans early and never looked back, winning the game by a score of 51-20. Chicago was playing outstanding football at this moment, and this was the perfect time to go with a big 10* selection with them.
Biggest loss of the year: The selection was Duke +9.5 over Cincinnati in the 2012 Belk Bowl. This was one of the worst beats in the history of our company, as the score was tied with under two minutes to play, and Duke had the ball inside the Cincinnati 10-yard line. A fumble, 80-plus-yard touchdown pass, and a pick six did us in, as Duke wound up losing by 14 points is one of our worst beats ever.
Systems used for handicapping a game: "Often times, less information is available and certain trends stick out that the average person may not catch," Doc’s Sports says. "Oddsmakers set lines to balance the action, so in reality we're often handicapping against the general public perception, and the general public rarely ever wins long-term. The sportsbooks and oddsmakers have to handicap and set lines for every game -- we simply find a few of their mistakes." Doc’s Sports uses a combination of technical, fundamental and exclusive information that they gather from a vast network of contacts that they have developed over the past 40 years.
Favorite team to wager on or against: Washington State in college basketball. The Cougars have an outstanding home-court advantage and always appear to be underrated by the oddsmakers. We use them numerous times each season, especially during the nonconference portion of the season.
Team you avoid when wagering: Michigan State. This is a team that has frustrated us over the years in both football and basketball. Their football team has been unpredictable this decade and wins games when they appear flat and loses games when then have the momentum. We did use them as our top bowl selection in 2012, and they came through for us. But nothing is ever easy with this team. Every year they win games that they should not and lose to teams that they are much better then.
Sports, conferences and divisions the service excels at handicapping: At Doc’s Sports we've built our name by becoming one of the best in handicapping college sports. That still holds true today, as our best results still come from college football and college basketball. We also have full time handicappers for NBA, NFL, MLB, NHL, and major horse races, and we feel we have some of the top experts in the country in these designated fields. We are a worldwide company and have offices in both the Midwest and Las Vegas, and we have the resources to staff full-time handicappers in the above mentioned sports.
Quote: Doc’s Sports loves the feeling of being able to help people make money when facing challenging odds. Good money can be made if one has the connections, and, here at Doc's Sports, we pride ourselves on uncovering the edge that gives the consumers the ability to beat the books on a consistent basis.
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Wednesday, June 19, 2013
Chicago White Sox vs. Minnesota Twins (MLB) - 8:10 PM EDT
Play: Money Line: -130 Chicago White Sox
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4-unit Play Take #971 Chicago White Sox over Minnesota Twins (8:10pm ET) It hasn't been a good season for the Chicago White Sox. At 29-39 they find themselves in the cellar of the American League Central with little hope for the future. But one guy they know they can count on going forward is their young ace Chris Sale. The 24-year old is 5-5 with a 2.43 ERA and 0.90 WHIP in 12 starts this season. He's been even better than that of late posting a 1.19 ERA in his last six outings against some pretty good offenses. That includes an absolute gem in his last outing when he struck out 14 batters in eight innings without allowing an earned run. He'll face a Minnesota Twins team today that also hasn't fared very well against left-handers. In fact, the Twins are 14th in the AL in runs against southpaws. The Twins send right-hander Kevin Correia to the hill today. He's nothing special and has really struggled against the White Sox regulars throughout his career. With the Sox struggling, the price is relatively low on this game even though Sale is getting the ball. The value is on Chicago here.
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Chicago Blackhawks vs. Boston Bruins (NHL) - 8:00 PM EDT
Play: Money Line: -125 Boston Bruins
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10 Unit Play. Take #58 Boston over Chicago (8:05 p.m., Wednesday June 19) The Boston Bruins will look to take a commanding 3-1 lead in the Stanley Cup Finals over the Chicago Blackhawks when the two teams meet tonight at the TD Garden in Boston in Game #4. The Bruins dropped a heart-breaker in Game 1 of the series, blowing a two goal third period lead before losing in triple overtime but rebounded nicely in Game 2, dominating Chicago from the start of the third period, eventually winning in overtime. They then took it to the Hawks from the drop of the puck in Game 3, dominating all areas of the game in a 2-0 victory. Tuukka Rask, who has been excellent throughout the playoffs will once again get the call between the pipes for the Bruins. He has posted a 14-5 record with a 1.64 GAA, .946 save % and 3 shut-outs in his 19 playoff starts. Rask will be opposed by Corey Crawford, who has been equally as good in his 20 games, going 13-7 with a nearly identical 1.73 GAA and .936 save %. The Bruins, who seem to have a bit more offensive firepower that the Blackhawks have been excellent in the spot they are in here tonight at home. They have won 7 straight games at the TD Garden and have posted a 7-1 record when their opponent scored 2 goals or less in their previous game. They have also been lights out on Wednesday night games for whatever reason, going 36-15 in their last 51 Wednesday night contests. The Hawks, who had the best record in the league during the regular season have actually struggled a bit historically when they have to go on the road against Boston, winning in just 2 of their last 8 trips to Beantown. They have also had their issues with teams who have a winning % of .600 or greater on home ice, going 1-4 in their last 5 games. Pair that with the fact that the Bruins have won 8 of the last 11 head to head meetings between these two teams and we'll lay the small price with Boston at home to get the win and take a 3-1 lead in the Stanley Cup Finals.
Washington Nationals vs. Philadelphia Phillies (MLB) - 7:05 PM EDT
Play: Money Line: -113 Washington Nationals
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Free Comp Selection from Doc's Sports. #955.Take Washington Nationals over Philadelphia (Wednesday 7:05 pm est.) Reigning National League Manager of the Year Davey Johnson is (70) years old. It has been announced that this will be his last year as the Nationals manager after (17 ) big league seasons. The Nationals realized they had a good balanced offense last season so for the most part, they kept it together. That means their NL East foes will still have to regularly deal with the likes of Ryan Zimmerman, Jayson Werth, Ian Desmond, and Adam LaRoche. The only difference was shipping out slugger Michael Morse and importing Denard Span, which is a crucial acquisition as the Nationals haven’t really had a true textbook lead-off hitter with outstanding speed in the recent past, and Span will fill that need. Pitching-wise, Washington should still be in great shape and tonight’s starter at Citizens Bank Park, Gio Gonzalez, is the top southpaw in a very deep group of starters. Gio Gonzales is (3-1) in his career versus the Phillies with a (3.52) ERA. Philadelphia starter Kyle Kendrick has been a swingman starter over the past two years, but is back full-time again after some relatively impressive pitching in that time. Kyle Kendrick has a (4-6) career mark versus the Nats with a (4.90) ERA. The Phillies are (4-9) in their last (13) Wednesday games, (3-7) in their last (10) overall while the Nationals are (19-7) in Gonzalez’s last (26) road starts. Nationals prevail in the “City of Brotherly Love”.
Minnesota Lynx vs. Phoenix Mercury (WNBA) - 10:00 PM EDT
Play: Point Spread: -4.0/-101 Minnesota Lynx
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5-Unit Play. Take #601 Minnesota (-3.5) at Phoenix (10:00 p.m., Wednesday, June 19)
Minnesota is 4-1 this season as it travels to Phoenix for an early season matchup against two of the consensus preseason favorites to win the West. The defending Western Conference champions have been very good so far and already have a 20-point victory, 99-79 at home on June 6th, against the Mercury under their belt. The Lynx who are paced by all world guard Maya Moore and Rebekkah Brunson have gone 4-0 ATS in the last 5 meetings in Phoenix. They are also 7-1 ATS in their last 8 overall. Phoenix has found their stride of late winning 3 in a row but they really struggle on two days rest, 0-4 in their last 4. This was most experts pick for a West final so we could be seeing a preview. But even though Phoenix is getting better and the public loves Sue Bird and Brit Griner the books still know Minnesota is the better team, and that is why they are such a strong favorite. This line opened at -1.5 for Phoenix but the sharp money hit the Lynx. That was enough to sway me. Minnesota seems to have the Mercury's number and should be able to pull away at the end covering the 3.5 points.