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Dr. Bob

Dr Bob Basketball Best Bets +467.5 Stars Last 18 Years

Dr Bob’s Basketball Package include both College Basketball and NBA Best Bets and the Best Bets have been a very profitable +467.5 Stars the last 18 seasons and 54.3% for an average profit of +33.8 Stars per season over 28 years.

2016-17 College Best Bets 163-148-9

After a slow start to the season I am 150-128-9 (54%) on my College Basketball Best Bets since early-December and I am now 163-148-9 for the season.

NCAA Tournament

My NCAA Tournament Best Bets are 56% over 28 years and have gotten better recently, including 127-100-4 (56%) the last 14 years and 52-38-2 (57%) the last 6 years. I also designate games as opinions, which are 103-89-4 the last 6 years in the NCAA Tourney and a profitable 53.4% over 14 years.

Packages Available

  • Dr. Bob NCAA Tournament

    Get analysis of every NCAA Tournament game, as well as some plays from other post-season tournaments.

    My NCAA Tournament Best Bets are 56% over 28 years and have gotten better recently, including 126-100-4 (56%) the last 14 years and 51-38-2 (57%) the last 6 years. I also designate games as opinions, which are 101-89-4 the last 6 years in the NCAA Tourney and a profitable 53.3% over 14 years.

    In addition to the emails with analysis, you can also choose to receive texts of each Best Bet. The texts are sent to everyone at precisely the same time, which allows you to beat the line moves. You can also view the Best Bets analysis on the site.

    $70.00 Subscribe

  • Dr. Bob Basketball Season

    I am a very profitable +467.8 Stars (at -1.10 odds) the last 18 years on my Basketball Best Bets (and 54.3% on my Basketball Best Bets over 28 seasons for an average profit of +33.8 Stars).

    Get all my College and NBA Basketball Best Bets, including the NCAA Tournament and NBA Playoffs, from now through the end of the 2016-2017 season. In addition to the emails with analysis, you can also choose to receive texts of each Best Bet. The texts are sent to everyone at precisely the same time, which allows you to beat the line moves. You can also view the Best Bets analysis on the site.

    $495.00 Subscribe

Free Analysis

I was 161-135-7 on the Free Analysis in the 2015-16 basketball season (38-32-2 on Free Best Bets and 123-103-5 on Opinions). Over 9 seasons I am 162-149-8 on my Free Basketball Best Bets and 904-810-38 on my Free Basketball Opinions. Check back daily throughout the Basketball season for Free Analysis from Dr Bob.

Check back around 3:20 pm Pacific for an update on my Basketball Free Analysis page.

Daily/Season to Date Recap

College Best Bets 163-148-9

Thursday was a good day, as my only Best Bet, a 1-Star Best Bet on Kansas -5 won by 32 points and both opinions (under in the Michigan-Oregon game and under in the Xavier-Arizona game) also won.

My NCAA Tournament Best Bets are still down at 5-7-1 and 8-14-2 on a Star basis (0-1 3-Stars, 3-5-1 on 2-Stars and 2-1 on 1-Stars), although a lot of you are 6-7 and 10-14 on a Star Basis by getting a win on Purdue -9.5 or less (closed at -8.5) while I get a push since I released the game in the 3 hour window this week when the line was at -10.

I’m using the same consistently winning NCAA Tournament situations and ratings that I’ve always used, which is all I can do. But, even though I’ve had great success in the NCAA Tournament over the years, there are years in which I don’t win. However, I am likely to win going forward based on my long term success in the tourney.

After a slow start to the season I am 150-128-9 on my College Best Bets since early-December.

My College Basketball Best Bets are now 163-148-9 and 288-272-19 on a Star Basis (18-22-2 on 3-Stars, 89-80-6 on 2-Stars, and 56-46-1 on 1-Stars) for -11.2 Stars.

NCAA Tournament

My NCAA Tournament Best Bets are 56% over 28 years and have gotten better recently, including 127-100-4 (56%) the last 14 years and 52-38-2 (57%) the last 6 years. I also designate games as opinions, which are 103-89-4 the last 6 years in the NCAA Tourney and a profitable 53.4% over 14 years.

2015-16 Basketball Season Recap