NBA 2017 – Mid January Recap

SIN NBA RookiesOur NBA tout service was barely even noticed by the experts at the beginning of the season, but like all great rookies who are out-performing expectations, we’re starting to get some attention. Just kidding – we’re still ignored by everyone. But it is too bad that more people didn’t climb on board the SIN Train in November – we’ve had a win percentage over 60% every week since the beginning and everyone has been steadily cashing in.

Thank god we’re winning because it’s currently colder than a witch’s teat outside and I need a vacation somewhere warm. With AnonymousGamblr on a roll, my mattress is plump with cash so I think I’m going to dip in and use some winnings to fly down south for a week – I can’t take much more of this miserable January weather.

Speaking of trips, all paying members of Sports Information Network’s algorithms and prediction models got a few extra dollars to add to their vacation funds last week thanks to our 56% win percentage on props. However, you’d statistically have had just as good a chance of winning game line plays if you’d flipped a coin instead of using our picks, so I guess you gotta take the good with the bad.

Now seems like the appropriate time to remind you our props are mathematically-backed projections based on historical data, algorithms and the beautiful Excel file that Angelo Di Traglia and his brother created in the backroom of his barbershop, which is updated and maintained daily. They then send it to AnonymousGamblr who rubs it down with his own degenerative herbs and surly spices to come up with the “true numbers” for each player seeing action that night, allowing us to hammer weak lines at USA and Canadian online sportsbooks and make the bookies cry. This system has proven to provide correct projections on NBA props an average of 60% of the time – which is actually pretty insane.

SIN Rookie of the Year 2017Now compare that method to how our NBA game line plays are formulated by A.G. in the late afternoon, usually after he has pickled himself in a random inebriant. These are usually “advantage plays” but sometimes we’ve seen him throw out a few “gut picks” that are fuelled by his massive ego, beer, and an entire grocery store pre-cooked chicken. All of this to say: our prop numbers are always based on pure science…our game plays, not so much. Therefore it’s no surprise that our money line record is weaker – beer and chicken is damn tasty but it can’t beat science.

When you take all of this into consideration, I think that you’ll have to agree that the Sports Information Network is the Rookie of the Year for Paid NBA Selections. I’ve looked far and wide for a service that’s doing better than us and I can’t find one. So if knowing of smarter advice, please DM me the proof of their record and I will personally pay for you this week. Hell, maybe two. I’m serious. If there’s a superior pro basketball tout out there, I want to know about them so I can start buying from their service. (Well, at the very least I’ll buy some game lines. A.G. Slam!)

Anyway, even after this less-than-stellar week our season average on expert NBA gambling picks is still a shocking 60.13%, which any professional will admit is astronomical, especially considering the amount of plays that we send out. Will the winning continue into spring? We honestly have no clue, but for now we have no reason to think otherwise. Stay tuned to find out if we’re a Michael Jordan or a Sam Bowie.

Here’s what our subscribers had in their inboxes each day, (scroll to the bottom to check out our updated prices):


Week 12 Results:

 Game Lines: 4 – 5

Props: 43 – 30 – 4


Jan 9

Miami Heat +4 W


Serge Ibaka (TO) Pts u15.5 -125 W

Shabaz Napier (POR) Pts u14.5 +100 L

Shabaz Napier (POR) Rbs+Asst u8.5 +105 W

Shabaz Napier (POR) Pts+Rbs+Asst u23.5 +100 L

Russell Westbrook (OKC) Pts u27 -115 W

Bizmak Biyombo (ORL) Pts u9.5 -135 W

Bizmak Biyombo (ORL) Rbs u10.5 -105 W

Dennis Smith Jr (DAL) Pts u15.5 -130 L

Willie Cauley-Stein (SAC) Pts u14.5 -115 W

De’Aaron Fox (SAC) Pts u12 +115 L

Kentavious Caldwell-Pope (LAL) Pts u12.5 -115 L

DeMar DeRozan (TO) Pts u28 +110 W

CJ McCollum (POR) Rbs+Asst u9 -115 L

Russell Westbrook (OKC) Pts u27.5 -115 W

Aaron Gordon (ORL) Pts u21.5 -115 W

Dennis Smith Jr (DAL) Pts u15.5 -110 L

Buddy Hield (SAC) Pts u13 -110 P

Willie Cauley-Stein (SAC) Pts+Rbs u23 -110 W

Brandon Ingram (LAL) Pts u17.5 -115 W


Jan 10

Dallas +7.5 W

Indiana -5 L

Brooklyn +2.5 L


Kelly Olynyk (MIA) Pts u12.5 -115 W

Victor Oladipo (IND) Pts u26 -135 P

Victor Oladipo (IND) Pts+Rbs+Asst u35.5 -115 L

Thaddeus Young (IND) Pts+Rbs u19 -120 L

Markieff Morris (WAS) Rbs u8.5 -130 W

Wesley Matthews (DAL) Pts o12 -125 L

Ish Smith (DET) Pts u14 -115 W

Rondae Hollis Jefferson (BKN) Pts u16 -105 W

Kristaps Porzingis (NY) Pts u25.5 -115 W

Bizmak Biyombo (ORL) Pts u8 -125 L

Bizmak Biyombo (ORL) Rbs u10 -115 W

Jrue Holiday (NO) Rbs+Asst o7.5 -125 W

Russell Westbrook (OKC) Pts u27 -115 L

Kent Bazemore (ATL) Pts+Rbs+Asst u21.5 -125 W

Goran Dragic (MIA) Rbs+Asst o9.5 -130 W

Spencer Dinwiddie (BKN) Pts o14.5 +100 L

DeMarcus Cousins (NO) Rbs o12.5 -140 L

E’Twaun Moore (NO) Pts o12 -120 W

Rajon Rondo (NO) Pts+Rbs+Asst o19 -115 P

Trevor Ariza (HOU) Pts u14.5 -130 W

Russell Westbrook (OKC) Pts u28 -115 L

Paul George (OKC) Pts u24.5 -115 W


Jan 11

Philly +2 L

Raptors +3 W


Kyrie Irving (BOS) Pts u26 -115 W

Ben Simmons (PHI) Pts+Rbs+Asst u32.5 -120 W

Kevin Love (CLE) Pts u19.5 +100 W

Isaiah Thomas (CLE) Pts u17.5 -115 W

Buddy Hield (SAC) Pts u13.5 +100 L

Willie Cauley Stein (SAC) Pts u14 -115 W

Willie Cauley Stein (SAC) Rbs u7.5 -120 W

Pau Gasol (SAS) Pts u12.5 +100 W

Jaylen Brown (BOS) Pts u14.5 -125 L

Kyrie Irving (BOS) Pts u24.5 +120 W

Joel Embiid (PHI) Pts+Rbs o32.5 -115 L

Willie Cauley Stein (SAC) Pts u14 -115 W

Willie Cauley Stein (SAC) Pts+Rbs u20.5 -115 W

Buddy Hield (SAC) Pts u13.5 -115 L

Pau Gasol (SAS) Pts u12.5 -115 W

Kyle Anderson (SAS) Pts u8.5 -115 W

Julius Randle (LAL) Pts+Rbs u23.5 -115 W

Brandon Ingram (LAL) Pts u17 -115 L


Jan 12

Milwaukee +4.5/5 L

Atlanta -3 L

Indiana +2.5 W


Lebron James (CLE) Pts+Rbs+Asst u44.5 -115 L

Kevin Love (CLE) Pts+Rbs u28.5 -115 L

Derrick Favors (UTA) Pts+Rbs u21.5 -115 W

Spencer Dinwiddie (BKN) u15 -115 L

Spencer Dinwiddie (BKN) Rbs+Asst u10 -115 L

Kevin Durant (GS) Pts+Rbs u38.5 -115 W

Klay Thompson (GS) Pts u23 -115 W

Jamal Murray (DEN) Pts o16.5 -130 L

TJ Warren (PHO) Pts+Rbs o24.5 -115 L

Lebron James (CLE) Pts+Rbs+Asst u44.5 -115 L

Kevin Love (CLE) Pts+Rbs u28.5 -110 L

JR Smith (CLE) Pts o7.5 -115 W

Ricky Rubio (UTA) Rbs+Asst o8.5 -115 W

Derrick Favors (UTA) Pts u13.5 -115 W

Kemba Walker (CHA) Rbs+Asst o8 -125 P

Bizmak Biyombo (ORL) Pts u8 -115 L

Bizmak Biyombo (ORL) Rbs u9.5 +105 L

Marcin Gortat (WAS) Pts o8.5 -115 W


Season Game Lines: 24-24 (50%)

Season Props: 190 – 126 – 9 (60.13%)


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