SportsLine's principal data engineer, Stephen specializes in sports simulations, projections and advanced statistical analysis. He is a co-founder of AccuScore. Stephen, whose NCAA Tournament bracket correctly predicted six of seven double-digit seed upsets in 2016, destroyed the books as SportsLine's No. 1 expert in the 2016-17 college hoops season. Bettors wagering $100 on his CBB picks made nearly $3,000 in profit. This season he's terrorizing books again. For Stephen Oh media inquiries, contact SportsLine@CBSInteractive.com.
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8-3 IN LAST 11 CBB O/U PICKS | +480
My numbers see a minimum of 227 points hitting the scoreboard Thursday between the Cavaliers and Wizards, sending this one Over with room to spare. Washington has played Over in its past six road games against winning teams, while Cleveland has played Over in four straight.
8-6 IN LAST 14 NBA ML PICKS | +345
My projection model sees Purdue at least 16 points better than struggling Illinois on Thursday. The Boilermakers have struggled of late, and are 0-7-1 ATS in their past eight. But I see them taking care of business against an Illinois club that has been competitive in spurts but appears to be fading as the season winds down.
My projections see the Warriors at least 18 points better than the Clippers when they meet Thursday coming out of the All-Star break. I've got the chalk covering in two-thirds of simulations. While the road team has covered the last five meetings, the Clippers have just two cashes in their last eight against the Warriors.
I'm projecting 206 points for 76ers-Bulls, giving us a solid lean to the Under. Chicago comes in on a 7-3 Under streak, while Philly enters on a 5-2 Under run. The Under is cashing in 68 percent of my simulations.
Both teams come into this matchup with some momentum after securing big upsets in their last outings. The major statistical comparisons are virtually even for these two defensive-minded squads, but my simulations like the value of South Carolina -- a team that already covered against Georgia once this year and has the slight edge in scoring offense -- playing at home.
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