THE 3 IN 4 GAMES SYSTEM & THE 3 IN 4 GAMES SYSTEM

THE 3 IN 4 GAMES SYSTEM

The league has gone to great lenghts to lessen the amount of back-to-back schedules that team’s face in the past several years, but it’s not unusual for teams to play 3 games in 4 nights. The betting experts at TheSportsGeek.com found that teams playing B2B2B’s went across the overall points margin 58.8percent of their time. This can be best explained by the simple fact that defense takes more effort than offense, with players playing with less defensive intensity while tired. Regardless of the case, it is advised to take the”total points over” when teams onto on the third of a B2B2B. THE B2B SYSTEM It’s understood that clubs find it difficult to win the 2nd match of B2B’s, but they don’t all find it equally difficult. NumberFire did a fascinating study in 2016 where they looked at the effects of B2B’s on groups that were under and above .500 in the NBA league standings. NumberFire saw that clubs over .500 lost 5% more than their average on the 2nd night of a back-to-back, while teams under .500 lost 11 percent more often than their average on the 2nd night of a B2B. It was also found that whether it was a home or away game played with a big element in the performance of a group. Teams enjoying the 2nd of a B2B on the road were 18 percent more likely to lose. These insights are certainly something. Also think about a team’s pace of play, their average age, and if the team has had to adapt to numerous time zones at a short program. Each of these factors can cause a substantial drop in performance from game to game. Read more: http://xn--lck0cd0byimbydc7722rjlva.com/ufc-on-fox-26-robbie-lawler-vs-rafael-dos-anjos-toe-to-toe-preview-a-complete-breakdown/
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