Wednesday, Nov. 19

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Yao to Sit Out Tonight's Game, Matchup Cancelled 4:08 p.m. ET
According to multiple reports, Yao Ming will most likely sit out tonight's game against the Mavericks due to an ankle injury. Tracy McGrady has also told multiple websites that Yao will not play. Our matchup has been taken off the board as a result.

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Dan LeFevour needs to have a big game tonight for Central Michigan.


Central Michigan Poised to Take Down Undefeated Ball State at 3:20 p.m. ET
If Ball State can take down Central Michigan tonight, they should be able to finish the season undefeated. With that being said, The StreakMaster thinks the Cardinals are going down to a quality Central Michigan team. In the Las Vegas Sports Consultants poll, Ball State is not even ranked as one of the top 25 teams in the country. The StreakMaster can see this is due to their light schedule. The StreakMaster sees this game coming down to the wire, with Central Michigan pulling the upset.

Today's Preview:
Central Michigan has won six straight and look to take down undefeated Ball State tonight. The over/under is 54.5 and Central Michigan games have been "over" in three out of their past four games. With a predicted Central Michigan win, The StreakMaster likes 55 or more here.

For NBA games, The StreakMaster is on the Jeff Green (fantasy!) bandwagon in Oklahoma and expects a win by the home team (pick 'em) as well as a Nuggets (pick'em) win over the Spurs.


NBA (Dallas at Houston): Who will total more points and rebounds in the game?
Josh Howard is starting to find his groove, scoring 20 or more points in his past four games while averaging nine rebounds per game in that span. Also, Yao Ming will be playing tonight with a sprained ankle. The StreakMaster likes Howard in this one.

Yesterday's Results:
Not a lot of movement on our leaderboard with an overall winning percentage of 62 percent. As The StreakMaster predicted, the Hawks were taken down by the Pacers, earning themselves as the day's top streak breaker. Our leader is still at 22 wins in a row!