**7-UNIT NBA MAIN EVENT TUESDAY!**
**15-7, 68% NBA PLAYOFF MAIN EVENT RUN!**
**BOUNCE BACK TUESDAY!**
MLB 4-UNIT: +$950 Last 11!
NBA 16-6 WINNING POSTSEASONS LAST 22 PLAYOFFS!
NBA MAIN EVENTS: 15-7, 68% Last 22!
MLB MAIN EVENTS: 34-17 long term run!
MLB 7-4, +$950 w/ 4U MLB Last 14 Days!
NBA 61% with 4 Unit Sides Since mid-December!
CFB/NFL ALL FOOTBALL RUN: 118-84, 58%!
7-Unit NBA MAIN EVENT posted for Tuesday! We're in bounce back mode and what better way to land in the win column and start a new winning streak than with a 7-UNIT MAIN EVENT! 15-7, 68% with out last 22!
We're +$950 last 11 4U MLB sides. We lost last night and making a very rare pass on Tuesday's MLB card. Just nothing coming up other than our FREE play as seen in my video on Tuesday!
NHL: 60% HOCKEY RUN with our last 32 plays! Passing today's NHL card.
Scott Spreitzer has spent 25+ years in the world of sports betting and he's been one of the few bettors/handicappers to be accepted and sought after on several national radio shows as the key go-to analyst with a Vegas perspective. Scott dominates the ESPN national airwaves during football season. He's the featured bettor/handicapper on the Dari and Mel show, appearing every football Saturday for the past four years with Dari Nowkhah and Mel Kiper, Jr., a show heard on over 300 ESPN affiliates. Scott doubles back every Sunday morning on ESPN National's NFL Sunday Countdown with Kevin Winter (4 years running). And he kicked off this past football season each and every Friday as the regular betting expert on the Mike Golic, Jr., show. Scott's even had his Vegas-centric information repeated on college football live game broadcasts by the likes of Kirk Herbstreit. If you tune into ESPN national on football weekends, you're bound to hear Scott.
NFL: 58% LAST 327 PLAYS!
CFB/NFL TOP RATED PLAYS: 64% L28 PLAYS!
MLB: 14-5 WINNING SEASONS LAST 19 YEARS!
NBA: 39-22, 64% PLAYOFF FINALS RUN!
CFL: 71% 2017 SEASON! *93-59, 61% RUN!
Scott's made numerous appearances on ABC radio as part of their Sugar Bowl preview, among several other bowl preview shows heard on a national basis. And Scott's the only bettor/handicapper to be featured on national NFL pregame shows. Scott's been a featured guest on such radio shows as the SEC Network's Paul Finebaum show along with the Stephen A. Smith show. Scott's in his 6th season and currently heard weekly on MAD DOG RADIO'S The Wrap (Sirius-XM) with Patrick Meagher. He's in his 12th year on NBC Radio in Phoenix and he appears on roughly 8-12 regional shows each and every week throughout the football and basketball seasons.
By just 25-years of age, Scott was already the co-host of the world famous, "Stardust Line," first made famous by Frank "Lefty" Rosenthal, and later by former NFL RB Jim Brown. Scott appeared on a weekly national TV football show, Proline, on USA Network for 10 seasons and he's been a featured sports betting expert on CNBC's Power Lunch (financial show). Scott has hosted more than a dozen radio shows in Las Vegas and has appeared as an expert speaker at the NAB convention, while also hosting the Westgate Super Book's annual football weekend. Most recently, Scott has been co-host of The Las Vegas Sports Line, heard daily on ESPN-Las Vegas.
Scott's proudest achievements took place in front of the Las Vegas betting public. Scott is the only handicapper to advance to three straight Finals in the Station Casinos Football Invitational. In fact, he's the all-time Station Casinos Win Champion. And what's most impressive about Scott's record is that it was compiled with a high volume of selections. Scott released over 500 college football and NFL plays combined, over five seasons, and finished with an awesome, 59% ATS winning mark, as documented by the Station Casinos and the Las Vegas betting public. He's also placed in the top-20 (over 1,000 entries at $1,500 per entry), in the world famous Westgate NFL Super Contest.
Scott Spreitzer grew up in a horse racing family. Scott's Uncle, Robert Mundorf was Jockey of the Year at Del Mar race track in the 1960's. Besides having a jockey in the family, Scott has been surrounded by those who attempt to beat the spread since he was in his late teens, moving to Vegas at 17 years of age. "Growing up around those who were all about winning to make a living, showed the type of attitude, desire, and work ethic it takes to get the job done, year-after-year. You want to eat? You better know how to win."