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NBA Gambling: New York Knicks a long shot to make the playoffs

04.11.2014     06:58 AM     Printer Friendly
SportsMemo.com blog entry.
Just to clarify, the New York Knicks have pretty much no chance of reaching the playoffs. Losers of two straight, the Knicks are two games behind eighth seed Atlanta heading into tonight. Both teams have four games remaining and New York would need to win out and have Atlanta go 1-3. For tonight, the Knicks are a 5-point road undedog at Toronto while the Hawks are the same at Brooklyn.


“It is going to be tough. We put ourselves in this predicament which unfortunately we are [in],” Amar'e Stoudemire said after practice on Wednesday. “We have to win every game at this point to get in. It has been a roller-coaster year for us so far but to be optimistic, we got a chance to make the playoffs still. We just got to make sure we take care of business.”





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NBA Handicapping: Indiana Pacers will play starters vs. Miami Heat

04.11.2014     06:52 AM     Printer Friendly
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Rested and ready the Indiana Pacers head to Miami looking to secure the top seed in the Eastern Conference. According to reports, Indiana will play all of its starters. The Pacers have a half game lead over the Heat with three games remaining. Miami has four games left. No line as of this morning as oddsmakers wait to confirm who will play for both sides.


"There was a lot of energy at practice, they definitely had their legs," Vogel said. "The decision [to rest the starters] was every bit as much about the bench guys as the starters. Hopefully that took care of the bench, and the fresher legs will help the starters."






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04.11.2014     06:22 AM     Printer Friendly
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NBA Handicapping: Indiana Pacers somehow back in lead of Eastern Conference

04.10.2014     08:08 AM     Printer Friendly
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Just when looked like Indiana was waving the white flag (i.e. sitting starters) in its quest for the Eastern Conference's top seed, they went ahead and beat Milwaukee 104-102 and regained the East lead by a half game over the Miami Heat who have lost three of four. The two teams meet in South Beach on Friday.

We have to point out that while the results (-1 closing number) say the Pacers covered vs. the Bucks, keep in mind that game opened -3.5, went to -5, dropped to -2 and only an hour before game time did the line drop to -1.5/-1. In their last 23 games, the Pacers really have only one legitimate pointspread cover (91-79 as 6.5-point favorites vs. Chicago). The other two were last night’s miraculous victory and an OT win as 5-point chalk vs. Detroit.


“We accomplished the purpose,” said George, who spent the game in warm-ups after getting in some conditioning and shooting. “We felt very comfortable with the group we had, that they were going to go out there and get us a win. It wasn’t like we were sacrificing the game. Read more



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NBA Gambling Alert: Indiana Pacers sit starters vs. Milwaukee

04.09.2014     11:55 AM     Printer Friendly
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Indiana -2 at Milwaukee O/U 183

Always an adventure betting late regular season NBA. The Indiana Pacers opened -3.5 for tonight's game at Milwaukee. Earlier today they were bet up to -5. Then news broke that head coach Frank Vogel was going to sit his starters. They'll instead go with Donald Sloan, Evan Turner, Rasual Butler, Ian Mahinmi, and Luis Scola. That drove the line from -5 to -2.



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NBA Handicapper Free Play: Detroit Pistons at Cleveland Cavaliers

04.09.2014     10:35 AM     Teddy Covers     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Teddy Covers

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Detroit +6.5 at Cleveland O/U 207
Recommendation: Detroit


I used the Cavs +6.5 as a free play when they travelled to Detroit less than two weeks ago and emerged with a one point SU victory.  In the rematch tonight, once again this pointspread is out of whack with current realities, but this time it’s Detroit offering legitimate value for their supporters.

The Cavs suffered brutal back-to-back losses last weekend; blown out by a Hawks team that they were chasing for the final playoff spot in the East, then knocked off at home in OT by the Bobcats.  While the Cavs remain technically alive for that last berth, they’ll need to win every game while the Hawks and Knicks lose every game; an extremely unlikely proposition.  For a squad with major chemistry issues that haven’t dissipated as the season has progressed, it’s hard to picture a circle-the-wagons level of effort this evening.

Detroit won at Cleveland on their last visit to Read more


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NBA Betting News: Updated playoff picture

04.09.2014     06:10 AM     Printer Friendly
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Here's a quick breakdown of teams that have yet to officially clinch a playoff berth.

Atlanta (34-43) - Currently the 8th seed in the Eastern Conference. Following last night's loss to Detroit, the Hawks' led over the New York Knicks is 1.5 games. Atlanta plays host to Boston tonight.

New York (33-45) - After winning four of five, lost back-to-back games to Washington and Miami. Don't play until Friday. Close with Toronto twice, Chicago, and Brooklyn.

Golden State (48-29) - Currently the 6th seed in the Western Conference but yet to officially clinch. One game lead over seventh seed Dallas. Favorable schedule down the stretch: vs. Denver, at LA Lakers, at Portland, vs. Minnesota, at Denver.

Dallas (48-31) - One game behind Golden State, one game ahead of Phoenix. Winners of four straight road games. Close the season vs. San Antonio, vs. Phoenix, and at Memphis.

Phoenix (46-31) - One game behind Dallas but only one game ahead of Memphis. Currently on a 10-3 SU, 9-4 ATS run heading into tonight's game vs. New Orleans. Five games left -- four of which are Read more


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NBA Handicapping: Does Indiana's late season slump lessen it postseason chances?

04.08.2014     12:06 PM     Printer Friendly
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Interesting article on the Indiana Pacers and whether or not "peaking" impacts a team's ability to make a postseason run.


The Pacers are minus-5.6 in their last 20 games in point differential, which has consistently proven to be a good predictor of postseason success. Only one team in the past ten years has even made the playoffs with a point differential of minus-5 or worse in their final 20 games: the 2011 Atlanta Hawks who finished 7-13 in their last 20 with a minus-5.9 point differential.





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NBA Gambling Update: Another Golden State assistant fired

04.07.2014     01:40 PM     Printer Friendly
UPDATE

Where there is smoke, there is fire? Another Golden State Warriors assistant was let go – this time due to what is being called "a violation of company policy." The off-court issues haven't (yet) impacted the team's results with the Warriors playing solid of late and headed to the postseason. But two assistants in two weeks and plenty of talk about head coach Mark Jackson's future aren't exactly positives.


"Believe it or not," Jackson said, "I am absolutely convinced that my future is just fine."

"There's no friction at all," Jackson said. "I humbly submit to you, if you've got a problem with me as a person, then it's your problem. I'm low maintenance. What you see is what you get, and I'm going to be a fun-loving enjoyable guy that's easy to talk to. I have no issues with anybody in this organization and it's been that way from Read more



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Teddy Covers' Las Vegas Wise Guy Report: The Indiana Pacers' historic ATS slide

04.07.2014     08:02 AM     Teddy Covers     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Teddy Covers

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The Indiana Pacers have been a remarkable pointspread story this year, worthy of a Wiseguy Report to examine in detail what has happened and why.  To be thorough, this story starts last year when the Pacers flexed their collective muscles, developing into a title contender for the first time in a decade.  

Indiana was good, not great, in the 2012-13 regular season.  They won 49 games, tied for the third best record in the (much) weaker of the two conferences.  Here’s an excerpt of what I wrote about the Pacers heading into the playoffs last year:

“A month ago, I would have listed the Pacers as Miami’s toughest Eastern Conference potential test.  Indiana’s defensive numbers rank among the best in the NBA, and low post behemoth Roy Hibbert is a very tough matchup for the Heat in the paint.  Indiana beat Miami twice during the regular season, and the Pacers were the last team to give the Heat real trouble in the playoffs last year, taking a 2-1 series lead in the Eastern Conference semi’s before the Heat closed out the series with three straight wins.

But the Pacers have not Read more


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