• WHITE HOT 79-59 +$12,976 NBA Y-T-D!
  • INSANE 9-2 (82%) +$7,040 "GOW" RUN!
  • RED HOT 46-36 +$7,492 NCAAB Y-T-D!

AAA Sports

OFF 3-0 SAT. SWEEP, NOW +$20,468 ALL HOOPS IN 2014/15!


NBA & NCAAB 2014/15 = +$20,468!

March 2014: 80-59 +$14,253!

Feb. 28th, 2015: 3-0 (100%) +$2,800 NCAAB sweep!

Off a 3-0 sweep on the final day of the month, AAA Sports looks to hit the ground running in March and duplicate what he did in 2014.

There's no question that his NBA and College Hoops are both ON FIRE.

JUST CHECK THOSE STREAKS BELOW!

Sunday: Three 10* NBA and 10* NHL total. NOTE: ALL 4 plays will be posted EARLY Sun. morn. as soon as lines become available.

The time is NOW to get involved with AAA Sports!

STREAKS

NBA: 79-59 +$12,976 Y-T-D, 264-195 +$51,976 s/ 2013, 151-109 +$33,590 w/ ALL 10* NBA s/ 2013!

NHL: 258-196 +$21,576 s/ 2013!

NCAAB: 46-36 +$7,492 Y-T-D, 32-21 +$7,320 w/ 10* TOPS!

GAME OF WEEK: 9-2 (82%) +$7,040 RUN!

Football Futures: 3-1 (75%) +$3,500 w/ 10* NCAAF, 5-3 (63%) w/ NFL!

Subscriptions
Last 10 Picks 5 - 4 ( 56% )
DATE W/L SPORT PICK UNITS
Feb 28 W NCAAB Southern Illinois 1000
Feb 28 W NCAAB Boston College 800
Feb 28 W NCAAB Louisville 1000
Feb 27 W NBA New York 1000
Feb 27 L NHL Dallas -1220
Feb 26 W NCAAB Minnesota 1000
Feb 26 Push NCAAB San Diego 0
Feb 26 L NCAAB Wright St. -1050
Feb 25 L NHL Anaheim -975
Feb 25 L NBA O (MEM at SAC) -880
Expert's Edge
  • The National League East

    AAA Sports finished 178-136 +$6,539 in the 2014 MLB regular season and he's got even BIGGER plans for 2015! He's going to review every division and every team, here's a quick look at the National League East.

  • Watch: 3 NBA TEAMS IN SECOND HALF

    So much for the NBA All-Star exhibition. In fact, so much for the first part of the NBA season, which can also be considered one long exhibition schedule. It’s time to actually play hard, jockey for playoff positions and start to open some eyes for players who are trying to get fat contracts for next season and beyond.

  • Super Bowl XLIX Cliff Notes

    Turns out oddsmakers pretty much knew what they were talking about when they set the NFL futures lines well before the start of the season.

About AAA

Interview: Read AAA's exculsive interview with the Covers Experts manager HERE


Name: AAA Sports


Age: 28

Background: AAA Sports turned a promising University education into one of the World’s top professional sports handicapping services. It’s been a meteoric rise since he broke onto the national scene in the Summer of 2012. AAA would “wow” his new clients by putting together one of the most lucrative NFL/College Football combined runs in recent memory in his first year as a professional (records listed below).

However, that was just a precursor to the all out domination that was unleashed in 2013/14. AAA would go on to put together one of the most remarkable “ALL SPORTS” runs of all time, ultimately finishing in the Top 5 in the World for College Football, in the NBA and in the NHL. A quick look around will confirm that three Top 5 finishes in the same wagering season has never been accomplished by any service or individual in all of professional sports handicapping recorded history.

The 2014/15 wagering season promises to be more of the same.

Recent Accomplishments: In the professional sports handicapping industry, the saying: “It’s not what have you done for me, but what have you done for me lately”, simply could not be more apt.

That’s just fine with AAA, his “Football” numbers over the last couple of years could go toe-to-toe with any other handicapper on the planet!

2012:

NFL 2012 Regular Season: 86-61-3 (+$18,439)
NFL 2012 Playoffs: 14-9-1 (+$2,750)
NFL 2012 Combined: 100-70-4 (+$21,189)
NCAAF 2012 Bowls: 25-17-1 (+$6,703)

2013:

NCAAF 2013 Regular Season: 101-57 (+$37,810)
NCAAF 2013 Bowls: 19-16 (+$1,543) (Played every single Bowl game last year)
NCAAF 2013 Combined: 120-73 (+$39,353)
Finishes 2013 Regular Season: 28-9 (76%) with 10* side selections over the last eight combined Saturday’s of action

First Half Specialist:

“First Half” NCAAF Career Record: 42-20 (68%)
“First Half” NFL Career Record: 26-17 (60%)

NBA

2013:

Regular Season: 145-116 (+$20,752)
Playoffs: 37-20 (65%) (+$14,370)
Entire Season: 182-136 (+$35,190)

NHL

2013:

Regular Season: 153-107 +$20,889 & 28-14 (67%) w/ 3-GM NHL paks
Playoffs: 25-15 (63%) (+$5,165)
Entire Season: 178-122 (+$26,053)


Ratings of Plays: Plays are rated on 1-10 "star" basis. AAA Sports’ biggest football and basketball "point-spread (ATS)" plays receive their 10* ranking. Nearly all of their point-spread plays fall in the 8* to 10* range, as AAA has confidence in all his plays and doesn't believe in significant variances in wager sizes.

In addition to wagering on money-line underdogs, AAA Sports will occasionally recommend a larger money-line favorite. In these cases, in keeping in line with their belief that wagers should be similar in size, they’ll typically lower their star rating. For example, they may love a -150 favorite but only assign it a 6* or 7* rating.

Systems Used in Handicapping: AAA Sports has developed their own form of fundamental handicapping. As far as AAA is concerned, it all starts with an in depth understanding of the coaches, personnel and matchups played on the field/court. Next, he considers situational and technical factors.

AAA Sports’ approach is a little different with professional sports than it is with collegiate ones. However, in all sports, obtaining optimal line value is always emphasized.

Money Management: For AAA Sports, every 10* play represents 1% of his sports betting bankroll. Wager size will vary based on bankroll size. If one has a bankroll of $10,000, then AAA recommends wagering to win $100 on each of his 10* plays. A *9 play would require wagering to win $90 and so on. Of course, in this area, the final decision is entirely up to each individual player and can vary based on individual goals and risk tolerance. A more aggressive investor may elect to wager a larger percentage of bankroll per play.