In order to maximize profits as we get back on track in NBA, we’re scaling back all base plays in NBA to a half unit. NBA is known as the sport with the most efficient betting markets. As we take extreme advantage of the inefficiencies of NCAAB and NHL, we do not want to be giving back NBA money concurrently as we grind through this rough patch. Scale back, it’s worth it. If we start winning again, we’re still winning money. Don’t think for a second though that just because we are losing, we are bound to start winning soon. That’s the exact fallacy behind Martingale betting systems. Take blackjack for example: the fact that you lost the previous 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 hands has no effect in and of itself on the next hand. It is entirely possible that more high cards came out than low cards, the count is worse, and you are just betting more into an unfavorable situation. We don’t want to be doing that in NBA, so for the time being, we’re scaling back. When the advantage is there to exploit again, we will raise our bets.