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Matchup Selection W/L
NHL  |  Apr 23, 2017
Senators vs Bruins
-155 at 5Dimes
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The set-up: History tells us that the Boston Bruins have never come back from a 3-1 postseason series deficit but Sean Kuraly's double-overtime goal enabled the Bruins to stave off elimination on Friday and force a Game 6 in their Eastern Conference first-round series against the Ottawa Senators on Sunday. Boston overcame a two-goal deficit and had to withstand an apparent game-winning goal in overtime being overturned by video before beating Ottawa. For their part, the Senators have won all eight series in which they've held 3-1 leads and still have the comfort of knowing a potential deciding Game 7 would be played on their home ice.

Ottawa: "We knew they weren’t just going to roll over and die," Senators forward Mark Stone said. "We’ve just got to go to Boston and regroup.” The Senators managed only five shots on goal in the third period but head coach Guy Boucher dismissed the notion that his team went into a protective shell. "It's different during the regular season," Boucher said. “We weren’t scared to lose. I thought we did a good job at that. It’s one of those games that could go either way and it didn’t go our way.” The Senators should be confident, as in this series, they took Game 3 in overtime and won 1-0 in Game 4 (both in Boston), with Bobby Ryan scoring the winner in both games. Ottawa has now won five straight games at TD Garden and is 7-2 overall against Boston this season.

Boston: "We were just battling out there," Bruins captain Zdeno Chara said about his team's Game 5 effort. "We were close and a few denied goals, but that's just part of it and you have to battle through it and keep going and that's what we did." Kuraly waa clearly a surprise hero for the Bruins. He played in only eight contests during the regular season and was a healthy scratch for Games 3 and 4. However, head coach Bruce Cassidy inserted the rookie in the lineup and he has temporarily saved Boston's season. Kuraly scored his first NHL goal late in the second period to tie the score at 2-2 before before delivering the decisive tally midway through the extra session,


The pick: Boston now gets a chance to earn a win at home and send this series back to Ottawa for a Game 7. The Bruins shut down the Senators on all five of their power-play chances on Friday and Ottawa is now 0-for-8 with a man advantage these last two games. Yes, Ottawa has won seven of nine against Boston this season but seven of the nine have been decided by one goal (one of the two two-goal decisions included an empty-netter. Four of the nine have required extra time. Gut feeling here says the series is headed for a Game 7. Make Boston a 10* play.

Matchup Selection W/L
MLB  |  Apr 23, 2017
Nationals vs Mets
-148 at betonline
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The set-up: The Washington Nationals look to sweep this three-game series from the Mets tonight on ESPN. The Nats won 4-3 (11 innings) on Friday and four pitchers allowed just two hits for a 3-1 victory in Saturday’s contest. Surging Washington has now won six in a row to sport a 12-5 record, while the slumping Mets have lost seven of eight games to fall to 8-10. More bad news comes New York's way with the Mets placing infielders Lucas Duda (elbow) and Wilmer Flores (knee) on the disabled list Friday and New York will likely still be without Yoenis Cespedes (hamstring) for a least a few more days.

The pitching matchup: The Nationals send Max Scherzer (2-1 & 1.37 ERA) to the mouynd tonight up against New York's Zack Wheeler (1-1 & 5.52 ERA). Scherzer takes the mound Sunday after his best start of the season, limiting Atlanta to two hits over seven scoreless innings last Tuesday with seven strikeouts and three walks in a 3-1 victory. He has yielded three ERs over 12 2/3 innings in his first two starts of the 2017 season and has yet to surrender a home run in three outings. Scherzer owns 1.88 ERA in 10 career career against the Mets, going 5-3, although his teams are just 5-5. Wheeler looked good his last time out in a no-decision, when he allowed just one run on four hits over five innings with seven strikeouts and two walks against Philadelphia. However, he had given up eight runs on 10 hits over 9 2/3 innings in his first two starts of the season after missing two years due to Tommy John surgery. Wheeler is 2-6 with a 4.69 ERA in eight career starts against the Nats.

The pick: No reason to step in front of the Nats in this one. Scherzer was 2-1 with a 0.87 ERA versus the Mets in 2016, while Wheeler was 1-4 with a 5.86 ERA in five outings against Washington back in 2014, the last time he faced them. Make the Nats an 8* play.

Matchup Selection W/L
MLB  |  Apr 23, 2017
Yankees vs Pirates
UNDER 7½ +105 Won
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The set-up: The Yankees exploded for 11 runs in the final four innings to earn an 11-5 win on Saturday at Pittsburgh. The Pirates won 6-3 on Friday night, so the teams get set for the rubber match of this three-game IL series on Sunday afternoon from PNC Park. The Yankees are off to a solid 11-6 start, while the Pirates have yet to get going, sitting at 7-10.

The pitching matchup: Jordan Montgomery (1-0 & 4.22 ERA) makes his first career start against the Pirates while Ivan Nova (1-2 & 2.25 ERA), the ex-Yankee, will face his former team for the first time. Montgomery picked up his first career win in his second career start on Monday, when he held the Chicago White Sox to three runs and seven hits in six innings. Montgomery struck out seven over 4 2/3 innings in his debut on April 12 but had just four last Monday, while inducing eight groundouts on Monday. Nova struggled for the Yankees in 2015 and the first half of 2016 before coming over to Pittsburgh. He had made 118 starts with the Yankees but was having trouble sticking in the rotation with a 5.07 ERA at the time of the trade. However, with the Pirates, he posted a 3.06 ERA in 11 starts, going 5-2 (team won seven of his first eight starts, before losing his last three). He gave up fewer home runs, fewer walks and in general seemed to much more closely resemble the pitcher he had been early in his career, when he won 16 games for the Yankees in 2011.

The pick: Montgomery will face a Pittsburgh lineup that has totaled 11 runs in the first two games of the series but that's after managing just three in the previous three games. I wouldn't be surprised if Nova was sharp against his ex-teammates and will make the Under

Matchup Selection W/L
NBA  |  Apr 23, 2017
Celtics vs Bulls
-2½ -106 at 5Dimes
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The set-up: The 41-41 Bulls were able to sneak into the playoff field as the East's No. 8 seed, getting the nod over the 41-41 Heat by virtue of a tiebreaker. The Bulls then went into the tD Garden and won Game 1 106-102 over the top-seeded Celtics (53-29 on the season), before rolling over the Celtics in Game 2, by a score of 111-97. However, with Chicago PG Rajon Rondo ( in the 1st two games) out with a broken thumb in Game 3, the Celtics coasted to a 104-87 victory on Friday night. The series continues in Chicago on Sunday with Rondo out indefinitely with a fractured right thumb,

Boston: Four of Boston's five starters scored in double digits in Game 3 with Boston connecting on 17 three-pointers, after making just 18 of 59 (30.5%) in the first two games. PG Thomas scored 16 points in Game 3, nearly 13 below his season average, but handed out nine assists. However, others around him became more involved offensively, namely fellow guard Avery Bradley (15 points, 4-of-6 from three-point range), who had shot 10 of 28 (35.7%) in the first two games. Bradley also had seven rebounds, seven assists and spent much of the game shutting down Butler and Wade on the defensive end. Backup PG Terry Rozier, a non-factor in the games in Boston, emerged in Game 3 to provide 11 points in 23 minutes off the bench.

Chicago: Swingman Jimmy Butler averaged 26 points in the two wins at Boston but was held to 14 points on 7-of-21 shooting in Friday's loss. The Bulls shot just 39.3% as a team, including 6 of 21 on threes. Rondo's backups, Jerian Grant and Michael Carter-Williams, combined for eight points, three assists and seven turnovers. Head coach Fred Hoiberg may just want to run the offense more through Butler and Dwyane Wade. Center Robin Lopez has been a real surprise for Chicago, averaging 14.7 points on 70.4 percent shooting, while adding 8.3 RPG (he has 16 offensive rebounds in the series!)

The pick: Falling behind 3-1 may be a hill too high to climb for Boston, so Game 4 could be considered a "must win." The Celtics have been a decent road team this season (24-18 SU and 24-16-2 ATS including Game 3 of this series) and the bottom line is, Chicago is every bit a .500 team. Yes, Boston may be the weakest No. 1 seed in a long time (ever?) but as we saw in Game 3, they are a better team than the Bulls. Make Boston an 8* play.

Matchup Selection W/L
NBA  |  Apr 23, 2017
Cavs vs Pacers
OVER 212½ -105 Lost
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The set-up: The Cavs overcame the largest halftime deficit (25 points) in postseason history in Game 3 to take a 3-0 in their first round series against the Pacers. Indiana built a 26-point, third-quarter lead in Game 3, before the Cavaliers rallied to deliver the third-largest comeback victory in postseason history. After suffering one of the worst collapses in NBA playoff history, the Pacers take the court on Sunday looking to avoid a four-game sweep.

Cleveland: LBJ scored 41 points, grabbed 13 rebounds and handed out 12 assists in leading the way for the Cavs. "LeBron willed us home, 41, 12 and 13, played the whole second half," Cavaliers coach Tyronn Lue told reporters. "That's what playoff basketball is all about. You got to be willing to sacrifice and lay it on the line to win a game, and that's what he did for us." No one should really be surprised, as LBJ has done this before. LBJ moved into third place on the NBA's postseason scoring list (5,669) -- passing Kobe Bryant -- with his latest outing and is averaging 32.7-9.7-10.7 in the series. He connected on six three pointers, as Cleveland went 21-of-44 from three-point range (47.7%) and now have made 45 three-pointers through three games.

Indiana: Paul George had 36 points and a postseason career-best 15 rebounds in Game 3 and is now averaging 32.3 PPG in teh series. However, Turner and Miles are both averaging only 7.7 PPG and have been the targets of George's criticism. It's now or never for the Pacers, who at best, can send this series back to Cleveland for a Game 5.

The pick: The Pacers were stunned after the 119-114 loss as they went from being on the verge of making it a series to basically having no chance "'Do you want to go home or not?' That's the mentality," Indiana swingman C.J. Miles told reporters. "That's how you get over it. 'Do you want to keep playing?' That's pretty much the only thing you can take into the next game." Point guard Jeff Teague is among the players talking the good fight, saying "we're playing for pride now. We're all competitors in here and we all believe in one another. We're not getting swept." Indiana is averaging 111.0 PPG in the series (averaged 105.1 during the season) but has allowed Cleveland to average 111.0 PPG (allowed 105.3 in the regular season) on 51.0 percent shooting, not to mention averaging making 15 three-pointers per game. Can (will) the Pacers live to fight another day? Maybe bu the Over is a 10* play.


Age: 59 

Will Rogers believes that there is always value somewhere, and he wants to help you find it. Rogers is here to serve as your personal guide through the world of sports investing. He will help you navigate through both opportunities and pitfalls with the one goal to help you make money. 

These are some of the many attributes Rogers brings to the table.

Success: A proven winner in every walk of life.

Vision: A laser-like ability to focus on relevant data.     

Resources: A team of proven handicappers.  A vast network of contacts. 


Rogers has worked hard his entire life and he's achieved success at every level. Five years in university. Five years in research. quantitative analysis. Twenty five years in his second passion of running high-end kitchens. He's rubbed shoulders with the rich and big players. Royalty, sometimes. He's built and motivated kitchen brigades. He's taken the heat and he's delivered the product. 

Before committing to sports investing full-time Rogers was working as a trouble shooter.  He was analyzing and resolving issues in failing workplaces. Rogers' career was intense and pressure-filled but he never stopped loving or following sports. With the advent of the Internet, participating in fantasy pools and investing in sports was a natural progression. Success followed. 

Achievements In Handicapping

Since turning "pro" in 2013, Rogers has found immediate success. His NHL season was nothing short of phenomenal. He won 67% of ALL plays (for the season!), going 97-48-4 and finishing +$24,786 in net profit! May is where Rogers truly shined. Incredibly, he netted nearly $25,000 in profit with all selections for the entire month! June saw him wrap up an excellent NBA playoff campaign. He profited +$6,468 in the first half in MLB! 

Money Management/Rating Of Games

Rogers takes a conservative long-term approach to investing on sports.  He has seen too many sharp handicappers done in by mismanaging their money. 

He's not interested in unnecessary risk and/or high volatility. He's confident in his abilities.  But, he keeps his wager sizes to a small percentage of his bankroll and consistent.  He's content in the knowledge that his long-term strategy will produce profits. 

A 10* rated play represents 0.5 percent of his bankroll. 

Systems Used For Handicapping Games

Rogers and his team take pride in their day-to-day knowledge about every team on the board. They have a wide variety of proven handicapping techniques in their arsenal. Knowing when to utilize and employ is key. Quite frankly, methods will vary from day-to-day, sport-to-sport and week-to-week. Nothing works forever. An ability to shift on the fly and to adjust to changing market conditions keeps the Rogers' group ahead of the curve. 

Quote: "Even if you are on the right track, you'll get run over if you just sit there."