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OddsShark presents WINNERS

It’s Memorial Day weekend brothers. Summer time has arrived. We are on the precipice of relaxation, dartying, and carefree living for the next three months or so. But before we can truly relax., before we can completely unwind, before we can let it rip, we have to secure our wins. We have to do what it takes to hunt down our wins and bring them home, so we can feast over this long holiday weekend. We have to start it right, brothers, and we do that with WINNERS today. We do it with the help of our great friends at OddsShark. OddsShark has the greatest collection of stats, info, news, injury updates, simulations, and match-ups that any gambler could ask for. Visit OddsShark for your one stop gambling needs.

WINNERS:

Washington Nationals at Miami Marlins (WSH-235)–The Marlins have been slightly more competitive than most thought to start the season. The Nationals, on the other hand, have been quite inconsistent and have yet to really hit their stride. One place that is not true is the shoulder of Max Scherzer. Scherzer has been his usual dominant self, going 7-1 with a 1.78 ERA. Urena for the Marlins is an automatic fade, let’s try to get some value here. THE PICK: Nationals Run Line -150

Boston Celtics at Cleveland Cavaliers (CLE-6.5)–This goes against every bone in my body, but I have to do it. I’m taking the Cavs tonight. They have been a different team at home in the playoffs. They’ve won their last three home playoff games by over 24 points per game. They have been outstanding. The Celtics have struggled to score points on the road in the playoffs. I hate it, but it’s the right play here. THE PICK: Cleveland -6.5

Arizona Diamondbacks at Oakland Athletics (OAK -129)–The Diamondbacks have been in a hell of a skid recently. They’re 1-9 in their last ten and can’t seem to hit the broad side of a barn. Tonight they face Sean Manaea who no-hit the Red Sox earlier in the year and I’m going to roll with the D-Backs. First Manaea has not been nearly as effective since that no-hitter, and he is facing Patrick Corbin who has been fantastic for Arizona this year. At some point this lineup is going to wake up and do some damage, they have too much talent not to. With Corbin on the mound, I’m taking a chance and hoping it’s tonight at plus money. THE PICK: Arizona ML +117

That’s it for now baby, let’s fire up the grill, crack open a cold one and cash some tickets.