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This Week's Best Spot Bet Opportunities
By Ben Burns

Letdown spot

On 3/1 the Vanderbilt Commodores will host archival Tennessee. Its always a big game when these instate rivals get together and this game also marks the Commodores' last home game. Off such an emotional game, and having faced Florida and Kentucky before that, it may be easy to suffer a letdown for a road game against Texas A&M. After this season's earlier meeting against the Vols, Vanderbilt followed it up by getting blown out its next game. On the other hand, the Aggies should be fired up as they'll be playing their final home game while looking to avenge their worst loss of the season. Take a look at the Aggies in their final game.

Lookahead spot

On Sunday afternoon, the Wizards will host Lebron James and the Cavs. They've played the Cavs tough this season (1-1 SU/2-0 ATS) and will be looking forward to do so again. First, however, they've got a date with the lowly 76ers, at Philly, on Friday night. Having beaten the 76ers three straight and seven of eight times, including a 12-point win at the beginning of February, they could easily get caught "looking ahead" to Sunday's big game. The 76ers have been mostly competitive in recent weeks (10-5 ATS L15 entering Tuesday's game vs. Orlando) and are worth a look on Friday night.

Schedule spot

Back on 1/7, playing at home, the Siena Saints hammered the Fairfield Stags by 15 points. On Wednesday, Fairfield will host Siena, getting a chance for some payback. Off five straight wins, the Stags (10-4 at home) are playing better now than they were for the previous meeting. This is their final home game of the regular season, so they'll be motivated for a big performance. On the other hand, the Saints (8-8 on the road) are off an emotional loss vs. rival Iona and they have their final home game of the season on deck. The Stags may be slight underdogs for this one but with the schedule in their favor, I like their chances of rewarding the faithful with a victory. Consider Fairfield on Wednesday
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