Convert this System to SDQL Challenge

Updated on May 23, 2017 in NBA Betting Trends
2 on May 21, 2017

Thought I’d share a previous play that went very well as the writeup for it contains a very useful system.

I challenge the community to convert this plain English writeup to sdql; also create different versions of it based on what you think the premise of the system is.

Here it is (system is bolded):

Saturday May 20th, 2017


NBA  Top Total Play · Over   [723] Golden State Warriors vs. [724] San Antonio Spurs     213    -110
    Sat May 20th, 2017 9:00pm EDT   Win/Loss Undecided

Expert Preview: MREAST NBA SATURDAY PLAY OF THE DAY
Expert Analysis: Sports and physics sometimes come together in a strange sort of way. Some call it mojo, or momentum, or the hot hand, but in any case when Newton`s law meets team`s in the NBA playoffs, the theory of `An object in motion tends to stay in motion. We have seen that on behalf of the Cleveland Cavs in their series vs Boston, and through 2 games, Golden St. has looked equally unstoppable, posting 136 points in their last game. Put it all together, and when a pair of teams meet in the NBA playoffs, after beating the toatl in their previous series meeting by 20 or more points, but less than 50 points and playing at home (using home so double value for each game is eliminated), they are 85-50-3 O/U in their next contest. There is a subset of this, which is 24-2 O/U also active in this contest. Make the play on the over.


Good luck!

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1 on May 23, 2017

I’ll take a stab at this. I’ve been studying sdql and the other forum:

Does this look right?

http://sportsdatabase.com/nba/query?output=default&sdql=playoffs%3D1+and+50%3Ep%3Apoints%2Bop%3Apoints-p%3Atotal%3E%3D20+and+site%3Dhome&submit=++S+D+Q+L+%21++

I’m getting a different record though: 91-59-1 OU

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on May 23, 2017

That’s close dogs, but the “p:”s need to be upper case.

Like this:

playoffs=1 and P:points+oP:points-P:total>=20 and site=home

I’m getting 82-62 OU though, which is a little off from 85-50 OU

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