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NBA Handicapping: Lakers desperate for defense heading into road trip

12.13.2013     07:33 AM     Printer Friendly
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LA Lakers at Oklahoma City -13 O/U 208

The Los Angeles Lakers will attempt to make defense a priority during a four-game road trip that starts tonight in Oklahoma City. They'll try to do so without a point guard as Steve Blake (elbow), Jordan Farmar (hamstring), and Steve Nash (back) are all out with injuries. The Lakers have allowed 100+ in five straight games (107.2 ppg, 2-3 SU/ATS) and rank 19th in the league in defensive efficiency. 


"It's almost like spitting blood out there," D'Antoni said. "There's got to be a little bit more urgency in our game." 

"Points in the paint right now are killing us," D’Antoni said. "We just have to be able to be a little stiffer on defense."






Tags: NBA Los Angeles Lakers Oklahoma City Thunder




NBA Handicapper Free Play: Oklahoma City Thunder at Portland Trail Blazers

12.04.2013     12:03 PM     Teddy Covers     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Teddy Covers

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Oklahoma City +2.5 at Portland O/U 205
Recommendation: Oklahoma City


Here’s the quote from Pacers head coach Frank Vogel, following Portland’s four-point win over Indiana on Monday: “They made big shots all game long. Hopefully that's what it's going to take to beat this team – making impossible shot after impossible shot."

Portland isn’t the best team in the Western Conference, and their 15-3 start to the season might well be their high point of the campaign.  I’m not saying the Blazers are bad, but I am saying that this team isn’t going to hit contested jumpers to the tune of 105 points per game average for the entirety of the season.  The Blazers have only one way to go from here, from a SU and ATS perspective, and that’s down!

Oklahoma City has come on like a freight train since their sluggish start to the season, reeling off eight straight wins (6-2 ATS) coming into tonight.  That stretch Read more


Tags: NBA Oklahoma City Thunder Portland Trail Blazers Teddy Covers




NBA Handicapping: Denver Nuggets pretty much can't stop anyone

11.18.2013     08:18 AM     Printer Friendly
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Denver at Oklahoma City -9 O/U 210.5

Denver's had a tough go of it on the defensive end of the floor allowing 100+ points in six of its first nine games. The only teams that failed to top 100 were Utah (30th offensive efficiency), Sacramento (21st) and the LA Lakers (24th).


"Right now, I think poor," he said. "The last two games, we've taken a step back, especially the latter part of the games, the fourth quarters, where we've given up 30-point fourth quarters. You can't do that and expect to win. So, when we are able to get back, we'll show in a film session what it looks like. When we are able to get back on the floor and practice, a lot of the emphasis will be on the defensive end."

We've got to get better as a team defensively," J.J. Hickson said. "It's a process. Definitely our help-side defense (needs Read more



Tags: NBA Denver Nuggets Oklahoma City Thunder




NBA Betting News: Memphis Grizzlies and Miami Heat go up 3-1

05.14.2013     10:02 AM     Printer Friendly
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Submitted by Stat Intelligence

The night is running late so let’s jump right into the numbers…

Memphis 103, Oklahoma City 97 (in overtime)

2-Point Percentage: Oklahoma City 42%, Memphis 42%

3-Point Shooting: Oklahoma City 9/20, Memphis 6/17

Free Throws: Oklahoma City 20/22, Memphis 25/29

1’s and 2’s: Oklahoma City 70, Memphis 85

Rebounds: Oklahoma City 44, Memphis 41

Turnovers: Oklahoma City 15, Memphis 7

An inverse of Game One. This time, it was Oklahoma City as the road team blowing a big lead (up 17 at one point), so Memphis as the home team could “steal” a win. The Grizzlies had to go overtime to do it. In fact, Oklahoma City won G1 by a 93-91 score, while this one went OT at 94-94. Those two cancel out. The other two games in the series were 6-point Memphis wins (one at each site).

Average Regulation Result: Memphis by 2.5

Memphis is now +17 in turnover differential, which Read more


Tags: NBA Memphis Grizzlies Oklahoma City Thunder Miami Heat Chicago Bulls State Intelligence




NBA Gambling: Nearly 60% of bettors on Miami Heat for Game 4

05.13.2013     11:14 AM     Printer Friendly
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Here are the consensus bets for tonight’s two NBA Playoff Games courtesy of Bookmaker. Note that the percentages represent the number of bets (not total handle) placed on each given wager.

Sides
Miami -8 - 59.0%
Memphis -4.5 - 56.3%

Totals
Oklahoma City-Memphis OVER 185 - 55.6%
Chicago-Miami UNDER 185.5 - 53.2%

Moneyline
Oklahoma City +170 - 70.7%
Chicago +340 - 59.5%



Tags: NBA Miami Heat Chicago Bulls Oklahoma City Thunder Memphis Grizzlies




Teddy Covers' Las Vegas Wise Guy Report: Durant leads OKC past Memphis in Game 1

05.06.2013     11:48 AM     Teddy Covers     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Teddy Covers

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Coming into the playoffs, the odds that backup OKC point guard Derek Fisher would be a defensive difference maker were somewhere between slim and none.   Then Russell Westbrook suffered a season ending injury.  Reggie Jackson, the second year point guard out of Boston College who averaged just 14 minutes of playing time during the regular season, has been promoted to the starting spot.  Fisher, who didn’t even sign with the Thunder until after the All-Star break, got a steady dose of garbage time minutes down the stretch.  He closed out his 24 game regular season stint with OKC averaging just 4.1 points on 33% shooting and 0.7 assists per game.

Fisher’s playoff history is truly a special one, highlighted by his infamous Game 5 buzzer beating three-pointer at San Antonio in Game 5 of the 2004 Western Conference Finals.  That shot is just one of quite literally dozens of huge makes from Fisher from a career that dates all the way back to 1996.  And Fisher hit a pair of impact three pointers in Game 1 against Memphis as well.  But the biggest clutch contribution from a guy with five championship rings on his fingers came Read more


Tags: NBA Oklahoma City Thunder Memphis Grizzlies Teddy Covers




NBA Playoff Betting Recap: Pacers and Thunder take 1-0 series leads

05.06.2013     07:08 AM     Printer Friendly
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Submitted by Stat Intelligence

I didn’t get a chance to re-post the regular season statlines before Round Two got started Sunday in the NBA Playoffs. Let’s do a combination report that features those, plus the afternoon boxscores from the first two games of the league quarterfinals.

Let’s start in the East. The format we used during March Madness that helped paint such a good picture for us involved the following stats:

Two-Point Defense

Rebound Differential

Turnover Differential

Made Treys per Game

Pace Ranking

If you believe “defense and rebounding wins championships,” we have those numbers. If you believe that “you have to avoid turnovers” is important when championships are on the line, we have that. If you believe that three-point production is revolutionizing the game, that’s covered. If you believe that playing at your preferred pace while forcing your opponent out of their comfort zone is a hidden key to postseason Read more


Tags: NBA Indiana Pacers New York Knicks Oklahoma City Thunder Memphis Grizzlies Stat Intelligence




NBA Playoff Betting Preview: No. 5 Memphis Grizzlies vs. No. 1 Oklahoma City Thunder

05.05.2013     07:14 AM     ER Sports     Printer Friendly
Submitted by ER Sports

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Western Conference Semifinals
No. 5 Memphis Grizzlies vs. No. 1 Oklahoma City Thunder


Series Schedule
Game 1 - Sunday, May 5, at Oklahoma City 10 am PT
Game 2 - Tuesday, May 7, at Oklahoma City 6:30 pm PT
Game 3 - Saturday, May 11, at Memphis 2 pm PT
Game 4 - TBD
Game 5 * TBD
Game 6 * TBD
Game 7 * TBD

Series Price (CRIS)
Memphis -130/Oklahoma City +110

Playoffs Records
Oklahoma City - 4-2 SU, 3-3 ATS, 1-5 O/U
Memphis - 4-2 SU, 5-1 ATS, 5-1 O/U

Season Series (Memphis 2-1 SU, Oklahoma City 2-1 ATS, 2-1 O/U)
3/20 - Memphis 90 vs. Oklahoma City (+1.5) 89 OT - UNDER 188.5
1/31 - Oklahoma City (-9.5) 106 vs. Memphis 89 - OVER 190
11/14 - Memphis (+5.5) 107 at Oklahoma City 97 - OVER 195

Sportsmemo Handicapping Erin Rynning's take:
The Western Conference changed dramatically coinciding with the injury to the Oklahoma City’s Russell Westbrook.  Look no further than the series price in this #1 seed vs. #5 matchup as the Thunder, with their home court Read more


Tags: NBA Memphis Grizzlies Oklahoma City Thunder Erin Rynning




NBA Playoff Betting Recap: Oklahoma City and Memphis square off in Western Conference semifinals

05.04.2013     07:15 AM     Printer Friendly
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Submitted by Stat Intelligence

A fascinating Friday night quadruple-header of Game Sixes resulted in NO Game Sevens for Sunday, as the 3-2 leaders all sealed their respective deals. We talked about the games out East in our earlier post. We wrap up the evening with a look at the two Western Conference finals.

Oklahoma City 103, Houston 94

2-Point Percentage: Oklahoma City 48%, Houston 39%

3-Point Shooting: Oklahoma City 11/27, Houston 14/32

Free Throws: Oklahoma City 16/16, Houston 20/31

1’s and 2’s: Oklahoma City 70, Houston 52

Rebounds: Oklahoma City 41, Houston 43

Turnovers: Oklahoma City 10, Houston 15

A few quick notes…

*Jeremy Lin was always going to be overmatched in this series because he’s slower than people realize, and his shot comes and goes (mostly goes vs. quality opposition). His injury was a blessing because it put better athletes on the floor. He’s a great kid…and worth Read more


Tags: NBA Oklahoma City Thunder Memphis Grizzlies Stat Intelligence




NBA Playoff Betting Recap: Harden huge as Rockets extend series

05.02.2013     07:13 AM     Printer Friendly
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Submitted by Stat Intelligence

James Harden finally got hot, making his first seven treys on the way to a 31 point outing on only 16 field goal attempts. That helped Houston build a comfortable lead. In desperation, Oklahoma City started fouling Omer Asik to see if “Hack-a-Shaq” and “Hack-a-Dwight” would work on a big guy who actually has decent form, a soft release, and a complete lack of arrogance. Asik would end the night 13 of 18 from the free throw line. Houston would end the night celebrating a 107-100 victory

Houston 107, Oklahoma City 100

2-Point Percentage: Houston 54%, Oklahoma City 53%

3-Point Shooting: Houston 14/35, Oklahoma City 8/33

Free Throws: Houston 25/37, Oklahoma City 20/28

1’s and 2’s: Houston 65, Oklahoma City 76

Rebounds: Houston 42, Oklahoma City 43

Turnovers: Houston 12, Oklahoma City 8

I can’t say that fouling Asik was a horrible gamble at first. The element of surprise Read more


Tags: NBA Houston Rockets Oklahoma City Thunder Stat Intelligence



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