Below are a list of the 10 Best NCAA Basketball Handicappers based on results over the last 30 days. We track sports picks daily and rank experts for each game they've picked. Picks must be entered into our system before the start of the game.
Johh R. Block started tipping basketball in 1996 with an email list and a beeper. Things have changed since the late 90's and John has won numerous independent online handicapping awards and joined our staff in 2012.
We are excited to release John's NBA and NCAAB selections exclusively through Sports Investor Central.
Sports Picks Forum has worked extremely hard to find the best sports handicappers in the business. Stevie Atlantic is no exception and has consistently turned a profit in NBA and NCAAB and managed a 61% NBA record the past 3 seasons as well as a 60% NCAAB winning percentage. We look forward to introducing his gift to the Sports Picks Forum community.
Mikhail Lebel has overcome many obstacles in his life and was fortunate to have moved to the United States when he was 11 years old. Mikhail was introduced to sports early in his childhood by neighborhood friends and class mates. From tennis to hockey, Mikhail was fond of the traditional Russian sports he grew up around.
When Mikhail moved to the United States he became infatuated with baseball, football and basketball. While he was aware of these sports in Russia, his interest grew when he became educated on them in the US.
Mikhail informed us his name translates to "Who is God" in the Russian culture and by monitoring his picks for the past year, it's evident he is superior. Mikhail has admitted his father played a very little role in passion for sports but as he looks back his father played an enormous role in terms of gambling knowledge.
"Of course I'm excited for this opportunity as I would have never thought in a thousand years I would be at this stage. I over came a lot in my youth and I think my strong work ethic and desire to succeed drives me to help others succeed".
Sal Limonti adheres to a very strict routine that enables him to maximize the potential of each betting day. In 2015, Sal went 179-135-20 (57%) in NBA and a 136-95 (59%) record against the spread in college basketball.
"When you are submerged in sports on a daily basis, it's easy to find yourself caught up in the trends, analysis and stats like most of the general public. My success has come from using the human psychology element and creating a better understanding or feel for each team I handicap. It's my job to know exactly what is going on with the teams and players of each sport I handicap to provide a more well rounded understanding of how the odds play into the daily matchups". - Sal Limonti
Max Stuzman, the Chief, has been working with Documented Handicappers since 2011 as an assistant college basketball handicapper. Chief had a key role in our research, trends and analysis department and successfully helped all of our college basketball handicappers. Chief has been handicapping college basketball for over five years and has earned an opportunity to be a featured NCAAB handicapper. Chief has been a reliable source of knowledge and odds regarding college hoops and will now be an exclusive partner of Documented Handicappers.
Originally from West Texas, I've been picking apart lines and spotting the daily best best for more than a decade. When you follow sports as closely as I do, it is easy to pick apart the daily spreads in any sports. My winning days outnumber the losing days by a large margin. Whether NBA or college football, you can count on winning consistency backed by honesty and integrity.
Tim was part of a two person sports handicapping investment firm from 2001-2013. While his firm was a profitable venture, his long time partner retired which lead Tim to Oddsboard.com in early 2015. For the better part of 10 years Tim and his partner averaged +$35K to +$40K in profits during the MLB season and NBA was routinely a $5,000 to $8,000 per month money maker for his client base.
"A common question from my client base is what handicapping system do I follow? My answer is simple: I don't follow a handicapping system. My sucess has come from analysizing the public data and a big part of that comes from watching line movements. One of the many reasons the general public will lose money to sportsbooks is they have no clue how to study the line movement to decipher the sharp money and sqaure money. Public perception is an important factor when determing odds and no one does it better than Las Vegas. In order to bank long term profits you must be able to beat the public".
Kris Pennypacker was a former financial analyst that made a bold decision years ago to follow his passion in sports gambling. Kris was leading a very unhappy life with his career choice and decided he could make as much money if not more wagering basketball. Kris was most successful with college basketball and ended the past three seasons with an average winning percentage of 61%. Look for Kris to lead you on a path of financial freedom!
Handicapping the 5 majors and specializing in low market college match ups, you can rest assure that when Jimmy puts you on a game it is for a good reason. What’s the number 1 thing you need to know about Jimmy Lawrence? He wins! Plain and simple. Season after season, Jimmy has since bursting onto the scene a few years back he has made a name for himself as one of the best handicappers in the game. Jimmy has the rare ability to make his own accurate lines and he compares that to what Vegas has. He uses fundamental handicapping with an keen understanding of the point spread, match-up trends, key injuries and personnel. If the numbers fall in his favor he pounces and comes out on top a ridiculous amount of the time. His handicapping skills extend from NFL, to college football, to the NBA. Everyday more and more people are discovering Jimmy Lawrence and his keen eye for spotting value on early opening lines.
I started sports handicapping when I was a Junior in college out of my apartment. My roomate was a Finance major and was very savy with numbers. I learned from him how to use previous stats and apply them to my analysis. This was all for fun until I realized that there is a legitamate market for my skills. The last 10 years I have been able to profit from my picks alone and have helped former college buddies do the same.