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MLB Gambling News: New York Mets running out of towels to throw in

06.10.2013     07:20 AM     Printer Friendly
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Two weeks ago, the New York Mets swept a four-game series against the New York Yankees. It was a fairly remarkable feat considering that their pre- and post-sweep play has been nothing short of horrific. Since April 26, against teams not named the Yankees, the Mets are 9-26 – including five straight losses against Miami. Following Sunday's loss, management decided to make some changes with a host of guys being sent down and called up. Things don't get any easier with a three-game set against the St. Louis Cardinals (41-22) starting Tuesday.




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NBA Betting Recap: San Antonio Spurs take down Miami Heat in Game 1

06.07.2013     07:05 AM     Printer Friendly
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Submitted by Stat Intelligence

Fantastic game. Most of the evening was very simple…

*Both teams kept working the ball sharply for open looks

*Neither team turned the ball over much

*Both offenses either made their open looks or saw the opposing defense rebound the miss

*Rinse and repeat for 40 minutes

Don’t want to overstate the case…but that was what basketball lovers imagine when they’re visualizing the perfect game. Clean as can be. No thuggery. Move the ball well and try to make your shots. Beautiful. Last year I wrote about the Spurs playing “the beautiful game” when they were at their peak. Both teams were doing that tonight. Until Miami hit a wall with about 8:30 to go.

*Miami led 76-73

*Miami started missing shots

*Miami started turning the ball over

*Miami seemed to lose a stop on defense.

San Antonio would win that last 8:30 by a 19-12 score (equivalent of a 27-17 quarter). And, three of Miami’s 12 Read more



Tags: NBA Miami Heat San Antonio Spurs Stat Intelligence




MLB Gambling Free Pick: Oakland A's at Chicago White Sox

06.07.2013     06:27 AM     Andrew Lange     Printer Friendly
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Oakland (Parker) at Chicago WS (Sale) -120 O/U 7.5
Recommendation: Under


This may be the easiest free play write-up in history in part because we are going back to the well with another Jarrod Parker/Chris Sale under the total bet. On Sunday those faced off in Oakland with a total of 7 – both teams barely got to seven hits as the A's won 2-0. Everyone knows how dominant Sale has been but Parker has quietly returned to last year's stellar form. Over his last four starts, he has allowed only 17 hits and six earned runs in 27.1 innings to go with a 21/6 K-to-BB ratio and 1.98 ERA. Obviously Cellular Field plays a bit smaller than Oakland Coliseum, however I still see two pitchers trending in a positive direction and facing two sub-par offenses. Get this Read more



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Online poker could help televised coverage bounce back

06.05.2013     01:21 PM     Printer Friendly
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Remember a few years back when on any given day there would be multiple poker events on TV? Nowadays, you really have to search save for ESPN’s World Series of Poker coverage. TV execs however are banking on another poker boom with online legalization looming.


“Online poker will introduce a lot of new people to the game and I think that will bring another big wave to television,” said Jamie Horowitz, vice president original programming and production for Walt Disney’s ESPN.






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NBA Gambling: Miami Heat a -230 series favorite over San Antonio Spurs

06.04.2013     06:35 AM     Printer Friendly
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The 2013 NBA Finals are set with the San Antonio Spurs taking on the Miami Heat. Game 1 is slate for Thursday with the Heat an early 5.5-point home favorite. For the series, Miami is -230/-240 favorite with San Antonio around +200.

Series Schedule (All Games ABC)
Game 1: at Miami, Thu., Jun. 6, 6 PM PT
Game 2: at Miami, Sun., Jun. 9, 5 PM PT
Game 3: at San Antonio, Tue., Jun. 11, 6 PM PT
Game 4: at San Antonio, Thu., Jun. 13, 6 PM PT
Game 5: at San Antonio, Sun., Jun. 16, If Necessary
Game 6: at Miami, Tue., Jun. 18, If Necessary
Game 7: at Miami Thu., Jun. 20, If Necessary





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Teddy Covers' Las Vegas Wise Guy Report: NFL Season Over/Under Wins

06.03.2013     11:43 AM     Teddy Covers     Printer Friendly
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In last week’s column, I wrote about my personal process for assessing NFL Season Win Totals, calling those totals “the single most profitable set of wagers that I’ve found in my 15 years as a professional bettor living in Las Vegas.”  I also wrote in detail about the first step of that process – identifying accurate strength of schedule numbers from last year, to better gauge whether teams overachieved or underachieved in 2012; giving me a superior starting point to begin my analysis for this year.

I closed out the article with these two paragraphs: “The New York Giants faced single toughest schedule from last year based on my numbers on the weeks the games were played.  The Saints weren’t far behind.  Arizona, San Francisco, Tennessee, Baltimore and St Louis all faced abnormally tough slates.

“On the easy side, the Colts, Texans and Bengals all stood out; by far the three easiest schedules in the league.  Miami, Atlanta and San Diego also had much easier than average slates.  In my next column, I’ll write about the next step in the process -- identifying accurate Read more



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MLB Betting: Underreported Story...Tampa Bay Rays an Offensive Juggernaut!

06.03.2013     07:11 AM     Printer Friendly
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Submitted by Stat Intelligence

For quite a few years now, the Tampa Bay Rays have been stereotyped as a small market team that has to manufacture little advantages at the edges to compete in the tough AL East. There was a Moneyball type book written about them. The manager is considered by some to be a tactical wizard. The team found hard throwing young pitchers to shut down opponents. They’d try to invent enough runs to outscore what those solid pitchers were allowing.

Because images are hard to shake, particularly images that have been accurate for a few years…changes in form often go unnoticed or underreported when they happen. That’s the case right now with the Tampa Bay Rays…who have become an offensive JUGGERNAUT over the past month and a half.

Most of this year’s coverage in the blog has concerned 5-inning results. I’m going to focus on full 9-inning numbers today because they tell the story so well…and because most of you reading this are still seeing the Read more



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NBA Betting Recap: Indiana Pacers take down Miami Heat, force Game 7

06.02.2013     07:25 AM     Printer Friendly
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Submitted by Stat Intelligence

I said I wouldn’t get too wound up in a Miami Heat playoff series until they faced an elimination game. They’d shown a tendency to pace themselves all year. We learned last year that they're not necessarily vulnerable when they’re looking vulnerable.

NOW, they’re vulnerable!

They still have some margin for error because of home court advantage. And, it’s tough to expect that Dwyane Wade…and Chris Bosh…and Ray Allen will all be as worthless Monday night as they were this evening. LeBron James is very likely to get some help. If he doesn’t, then it will be the Pacers who advance to face the San Antonio Spurs. It’s a team game. LeBron and a bunch of half-hearted, shot missing, non-rebounders isn’t much of a team.

Reasons for hope for Indiana:

*The grueling pace of this series…every other day of intense physicality…may be having a much bigger impact on Bosh, Wade, and Allen than Read more



Tags: NBA Miami Heat Indiana Pacers Stat Intelligence




NBA Betting Recap: This Time, Miami Rebounds (literally)

05.31.2013     07:43 AM     Printer Friendly
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Submitted by Stat Intelligence

The Miami Heat said they’d make it a point of emphasis to prevent the Indiana Heat from owning the battle of the boards in Game Five of the Eastern Conference Finals. They certainly did that, particularly when it came to Indiana’s penchant for offensive rebounds.

Offensive Boards

Game Four: Indiana 15, Miami 12 (Total—Indiana 49, Miami 30)

Game Five: Indiana 6, Miami 6 (Total---Indiana 33, Miami 32)

Denied second chance points (and the potential for foul calls on second chance attempts), Indiana’s scoring dropped 20 from the 99 they posted back in Game Four. Miami doesn’t have to win this stat to win the series. They just have to neutralize Indiana’s advantage. The Pacers have little chance to fully compete if they‘re NOT winning rebounding.

That can also be expressed in our “Imposing of Will” stat that showed such dominance for the Pacers in the last game. Let’s update the Read more



Tags: NBA Miami Heat Indiana Pacers Stat Intelligence




MLB Betting Notes: Brewers and Twins pile up bullpen innings

05.29.2013     01:48 PM     Printer Friendly
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Milwaukee (Estrada) -115 at Minnesota (Deduno) O/U 8.5

Bettors should be aware of the bullpen situation for both Milwaukee and Minnesota heading into tonight's contest. Simply put, they've both been work pretty hard of late. Twins' starter Samuel Deduno doesn't have much of a pedigree for being able to go deep into games. Marco Estrada is a little more trustable but supporting a 19-30 National League team as a road favorite vs. the American League doesn't appear to provide us with much value.

Minnesota - Thursday
Roenicke 0.2
Duensing 0.1
Burton 1.0
Perkins 1.0

Minnesota - Friday
Fien 1.1
Roenicke 1.0
Burton 1.0
Perkins 1.0
Swarzak 2.0
Pressly 2.0
Duensing 1.0

Milwaukee - Sunday
Hand 2.0
Gonzalez 1.0
Kintzler 1.0
Rodriguez 1.0

Milwaukee - Monday
Gorzelanny 1.1
Gonzalez 0.2
Badenhop 0.2
Axford Read more



Tags: MLB Minnesota Twins Milwaukee Brewers



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