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SUPER BOWL PROP GUIDE

By Marc Lawrence — From “un” angles like the length of the national anthem and whether the coin flip comes up head or tails, to key parts of the game like who scores first and last, and who’s named MVP, there are over 1,000 ways to dissect the game and everything around it. Will the 49ers or Chiefs score first? Will Jennifer Lopez make two or three wardrobe changes? Will Patrick Mahomes win Super Bowl MVP? CBS Sports shares 54 props for the biggest game of the year. For instance: How long will it take Demi Lovato to sing the national Anthem? Tip – Lovato blazed past two minutes when she sang the anthem at Mayweather-McGregor in 2017 … Longest touchdown of the game? Tip: There has only been one touchdown of 45 yards or longer in the last 10 Super Bowls … Last score of the game? Tip: The last score being a touchdown in 11 of the previous 13 Super Bowls… Read more here.

Two NBA Trends Of the Day

Atlanta is 10-1 SUATS in its last eleven games versus Dallas … and Orlando is 5-25 SU and 7-23 ATS against Miami when the Magic are coming off consecutive losses, including 1-5 ATS as a favorite.

Grinding Out The Profits

From this week’s Playbook Basketball Newsletter: With 3-point sharpshooters Jaylen Brown and Jayson Tatum back in the Celtics lineup, Boston is 21-2 this season when they’ve shot 36% or better from 3-point range. They are also 13-3-1 ATS at home with same-season triple revenge when coming off a non-division foe, including 6-0 SUATS with a winning record. You know what to do.
 

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