yo yo and yo

  • Thursday, June 16, 2022

Las Vegas - If you're using the YO-YO theory, then obviously, it's Boston's turn to bounce back after two straight losses. Since the Celtics turned up the heat in January and went on their crazy run, they have not lost three in a row. Actually, they have come back after two straight Ls to post 3-0 record in the next game. Not sure if Andrew Wiggins is gonna be a double/double MONSTER once again, but if he is, that's trouble with a capital T. If we get 'Game 6 Klay' that's also a YUGE problem for Boston. If you're not familiar with 'Game 6 Klay,' check out these numbers. In 12 career Game 6s, he is averaging 20.7 points per game, shooting 44.6% from the field and 49.5% from downtown. On the other side of the coin, the Warriors are only 4-5 on the road and have covered just two of the last eight away from San Francisco. I know you're not gonna be shocked, but since there are TOO many issues pro and con on each side, we're not ready to open the wallet.

Will open the wallet on the MLB board this afternoon, and gonna roll with the Padres over the Cubs. San Diego sends my guy, Joe Musgrove to the hill, and he has been lights OUT! You know that we've been following Joe, and why? Because he has NOT LOST a game yet this season, 7-0, and has allowed one stinkin' earned run over the last 27 innings. I could probably do the math in my head, but the calculator is quicker, and it tells me that his ERA over the last month is SO LOW you can't even find it. Okay, we found it, and it's 0.33! The Cubbies have not named the starter yet, Matt Swarmer is a possibility, but as long as it AIN'T Bob Gibson from the skybox, it's San Diego for the money.