NBA  |  Nov 21, 2018
Blazers vs. Bucks
-6 -102
  at  5DIMES
in 13h
It may surprise you to know that Milwaukee has the second-best record in the NBA so far. The Bucks have built up this mark in large part because of an 8-1 home mark, 7-1-1 ATS. The Bucks have won every one of their home games except one by 11 or more points. The Bucks have matched up well to the Trail Blazers in recent seasons going 11-3-1 ATS versus them. One of the losses, however, occurred on Nov. 6 in Portland. The Trail Blazers buried the Bucks, 118-103. The Bucks' other three losses have been by an average of three points.  That embarrassement to Portland remains fresh in the minds of the Bucks coming just two weeks ago. The spot sets up well for Milwaukee. The Bucks catch the Trail Blazers playing their fourth road game in six days and second in two nights. Portland was taxed by the Knicks last night, winning 118-114, with four of its players logging more than 30 minutes.  The Trail Blazers rely heavily on their outstanding backcourt tandem of CJ McCollum and Damian Lillard. McCollum played more than 38 minutes against the Knicks, while Lillard saw more than 36 minutes of action.  Portland is out of the gate fast, too, at 12-5. The Trail Blazers have been fortunate with their early-season schedule, though. They beat the Rockets when Houston didn't have James Harden. They also have played a combined seven games versus the Lakers, Timbewolves and Wizards. Those three teams have all been struggling to find their identity. 
NBA  |  Nov 21, 2018
Lakers vs. Cavs
221 -109
  at  GTBETS
in 13h

In his return to Cleveland, you know Lebron is going to want to have a big game. When he was with the Heat, he was 12-1 against the Cavs. The last time that he was a visitor in this arena, he scored 43. On Sunday, when facing his 'other' former team, he dropped 51 on the Heat. While they likely don't have the firepower to do so, the Cavs are going to do everything they can to spoil his homecoming. They'll do their best to trade offensive punches. With Laker games averaging 232 points on the season, this total could easily be a bit higher. Consider the Over. 

On absolute fire across the board, Ben has a bevy of blockbuster bets locked and loaded. Here are just some of the headlines:

2018 NFL TURKEY SHOOT PASS! Burns is GOING BIG on Thanksgiving Day with HUGE PLAYS on ALL THREE GAMES. In addition to his annual "Turkey Day Main Event," which won by double-digits again last year, he's firing with one of his coveted "BLUE CHIP" totals. First he gets things started with his "Turkey Day Breakfast Club," featuring the Bears & Lions. GRAB ALL THREE WINNERS with Ben's 2018 NFL TURKEY SHOOT PASS!

NHL GAME OF MONTH! Monday's 7-2 winner with Calgary brought Ben Burns to a BLISTERING 22-6 his L28 on the ice, an industry BLAZING 12-2 his L14. If you enjoyed cashing Ben's first (October) NHL Game Of the Month, a 7-3 BLOWOUT WINNER with St. Louis on 10/27, You're going to LOVE his #1 GAME OF THE MONTH from November. It goes today. Do NOT miss this one. Seriously!

COLLEGE HOOPS PERSONAL FAV! It doesn't get much easier than yesterday's winner on UNLV/Pacific "Over" the total, part of a 2-0 sweep. If you enjoyed that LAUGHER, you're going to LOVE Ben's top-rated "PERSONAL FAVORITE" from Wednesday. Its got all the makings of another B-L-O-W-O-U-T. While yesterday's win was a total, top-rated basketball sides are a simply AWESOME 20-8 YTD!

NBA PERSONAL FAV! Yesterday's comeback winner with the Wizards kept Ben Burns' 100% PERFECT YTD with his NBA GOW/GOM plays. Overall, top-rated NBA sides are now a SICK 16-5 ON THE SEASON. He adds to the pile with Wednesday's "PERSONAL FAVORITE." Get on it!

THE GREY CUP GOES THIS WEEKEND! If you're looking for help with picking the winner of the Grey Cup, you should probably check out what Ben Burns has to say. He's released only one CFL play so far this month, a +7-pt dog which won outright. Since late July, he's 10-2 ATS. While many will be focused on the NFL/NCAAF games, this is absolute "MUST PLAY TERRITORY" north of the border!