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NBA Gambling: Bettors lean with road underdogs, Pacers and Spurs

05.24.2013     11:59 AM     Printer Friendly
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Here are the consensus bets for tonight and Saturday's NBA Playoff Games courtesy of Bookmaker. Note that the percentages represent the number of bets (not total handle) placed on each given wager.

Sides
Indiana +7.5 - 58.7%
San Antonio +5.5 - 53.3%

Moneyline
Indiana +315 - 64.1%
San Antonio +200/Memphis -240 - 50%

Totals
Indiana-Miami OVER 182 - 76.3%
San Antonio-Memphis OVER 177.5 - 61.2%





Tags: NBA Memphis Grizzlies San Antonio Spurs Miami Heat Indiana Pacers




Sports Betting Podcast 5-24-2013 with Handicappers Teddy Covers and Erin Rynning

05.24.2013     10:18 AM     Printer Friendly
SportsMemo.com blog entry.
Friday's Sportsmemo Podcast featured handicappers Teddy Covers and Erin Rynning. Teddy and Erin went through every game on the MLB card. 

Today's segments
Full Show

Teddy Covers - National League

Erin Rynning - American League

To listen to past shows, be sure to visit our Sportsmemo Podcast Homepage.

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Tags: MLB NBA Teddy Covers Erin Rynning




MLB Handicapping: Are the Washington Nationals Really 80% to Miss the Playoffs?

05.24.2013     08:09 AM     Printer Friendly
SportsMemo.com blog entry.
Submitted by Stat Intelligence

It’s only May 23, but ESPN’s standings page is showing that the preseason favorite to win the National League is now 80% to MISS the playoffs entirely.

NL East Chance to Make Playoffs (typed up moments before posting)
Atlanta 90%
Washington 19.9%
Philadelphia 11.4%
NY Mets 3.4%
Miami 0.1%

Can that be true?

In favor of the skepticism:

*Washington has a run differential of -26, even though they’re won-lost record is 24-23. I think the sabermetric world pays way too much attention to that particular number. But…the Nats really are WAY off the pace for what a championship contender should be doing.

*Washington is 5-1 against the horrible Miami Marlins, a virtual expansion team in their own division. That means they’re 19-22 against the rest of the league. Washington was +16 in run differential in those wins, which means they’re Read more



Tags: MLB Washington Nationals Stat Intelligence




NBA Betting Trends: Markets prefer to bet postseason games UNDER the total

05.23.2013     01:38 PM     Printer Friendly
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A look back at the NBA totals market over the last two rounds of the playoffs. The results are dead even at 12-12-1 over/under with two games going under in regulation but over as a result of overtime. Of the 25 games, 17 were bet under the total based on CRIS’s opening and closing lines.

Indiana at Miami - 5/22
Opener: 183.5
Closer: 181.5
Result: OVER

Memphis at San Antonio - 5/21
Opener: 184
Closer: 181.5
Result: OVER (Under in regulation)

Memphis at San Antonio - 5/19
Opener: 184
Closer: 181.5
Result: OVER

Indiana at New York - 5/18
Opener: 178
Closer: 179
Result: OVER

Indiana at New York - 5/16
Opener: 179
Closer: 182
Result: UNDER

San Antonio at Golden State - 5/16
Opener: 196
Closer: 194.5
Result: UNDER

Chicago at Miami - 5/15
Opener: 183
Closer: 182
Result: OVER

Memphis at Oklahoma City - 5/15
Opener: 185
Closer: 185.5
Result: Read more



Tags: NBA




NBA Betting Recap: Miami Heat pull off Game 1 overtime thriller over Indiana Pacers

05.23.2013     08:28 AM     Printer Friendly
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Submitted by Stat Intelligence

I’m not even going to try to describe the last few minutes of regulation, or the last 10 seconds of overtime. If you watched, you saw the thrills and spills. If you didn’t, you’re not an NBA fan anyway.

Miami 103, Indiana 102 (OT)

2-Point Percentage: Indiana 48%, Miami 53%

3-Point Shooting: Indiana 4/14, Miami 5/18

Free Throws: Indiana 24/32, Miami 16/25

1’s and 2’s: Indiana 90, Miami 88

Rebounds: Indiana 43, Miami 38

Turnovers: Indiana 20, Miami 20

Whoever lost was going to be heartbroken. Whoever lost was going to have 20 turnovers! Amazing that the game winner also had 20. There was a lot for grouches to complain about here. And, if Lebron James is going to spend the rest of the playoffs whining about calls he’s not getting…then there may not be much for the public to hang its hat on.

*Tough to root for the heavy favorite, particularly when Read more



Tags: NBA Miami Heat Indiana Pacers Stat Intelligence




NBA Gambling: Bettors fairly even on Pacers-Heat Game 1 opinion

05.22.2013     02:03 PM     Printer Friendly
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Here are the consensus bets for tonight’s Game 1 of Eastern Conference Finals between the Indiana Pacers and Miami Heat courtesy of Bookmaker. Note that the percentages represent the number of bets (not total handle) placed on each given wager. CRIS opened the game Miami -8.5 with a total of 183.5. The line dropped to -7.5 at a few shops (most notably Grande) before settling back at -8. Vegas residents can still get the Pacers +8.5 at Coasts. The total was bet down to 182 (181.5 at Pinnacle, 183 at South Point). Miami is -750 to win the series; Indiana +550.

Side
Miami -8 - 53.7%

Moneyline
Miami -425 - 51.3%

Total
Indiana-Miami OVER 182 - 59.8%





Tags: NBA Miami Heat Indiana Pacers




Sports Betting Podcast 5-22-2013 with Handicappers Ian Cameron and Teddy Covers

05.22.2013     10:23 AM     Printer Friendly
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Wednesday's Sportsmemo Podcast featured handicappers Ian Cameron and Teddy Covers. Ian and Teddy broke down the entire MLB card while Teddy also talked Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals.

Today's segments
Full Show

Ian Cameron - National League

Teddy Covers - American League and NBA

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Tags: MLB NBA Ian Cameron Teddy Covers




NBA Handicapping: Statline Data for Indiana-Miami series

05.22.2013     08:11 AM     Printer Friendly
SportsMemo.com blog entry.
Submitted by Stat Intelligence

Here are the numbers for the Eastern Conference finals, using the data that’s helped us throughout the college and NBA postseasons. If you’re new to the blog, there are regular season numbers in:

*Two-Point Defense

*Rebounding Differential

*Turnover Differential

*Made Treys per Game

*Ranking in Pace

This helps paint a picture for how the games are likely to play out given the strengths, weaknesses, and preferences of each team. Conference seedings are in parenthesis…

(3) Indiana: 44% two-point defense, +5.0 rebounding, -1.6 TO’S, 6.9 treys, #25 full season pace

(1) Miami: 47% two-point defense, -1.5 rebounding, +1.7 TO’S, 8.7 treys, #23 full season pace

Indiana was fantastic inside the arc defensively. A lot of very good teams were right at 47%, so that’s kind of off-the charts in a stat category that’s usually lumped together very tight. Indiana has a huge edge in Read more



Tags: NBA Indiana Pacers Miami Heat Stat Intelligence




Sports Betting Podcast 5-21-2013 with Handicappers Rob Veno and Erin Rynning

05.21.2013     10:31 AM     Printer Friendly
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Tuesday's Sportsmemo Podcast featured handicappers Rob Veno and Erin Rynning. Rob and Erin went through every game on the MLB card. Erin also discussed tonight's Memphis-San Antonio Game 2.

Today's segments
Full Show

Rob Veno - National League

Erin Rynning - American League and NBA

To listen to past shows, be sure to visit our Sportsmemo Podcast Homepage.

ITunes users can subscribe to the show by searching "Sportsmemo" in the podcast directory.




Tags: MLB NBA Rob Veno Erin Rynning




Betting odds on who will win the 2013 NBA Lottery

05.21.2013     06:29 AM     Printer Friendly
The NBA Lottery will be selected tonight followed by the actual draft on June 27. The lottery is weighted, giving more "chances" for the weaker teams to earn a higher draft spot. But despite the favorable odds, teams with the worst record have won the lottery only three times since 1990 – Orlando was the last team in 2004. If you like betting on events like these, The Greek posted odds on who will win the lottery. We broke down the moneyline, the odds percentage of the moneyline and actual percentage based on the NBA's sliding scale. Since Orlando's "win" in 2004, the following worst records have won the lottery: 6th-worst, 5th, 6th, 9th, 2nd, 5th, 8th, and 3rd (tie).

2013 NBA Draft Lottery Odds
Team
Odds
Odds Pct.
Actual Pct.
Orlando Magic
+175
36.36%
25.00%
Charlotte Bobcats
+200
33.33%
19.90%
Cleveland Cavaliers
+350
22.22%
15.60%
Phoenix Suns
+650
13.30%
11.90%
New Orleans Pelicans
+1000
9.09%
8.80%
Sacramento Kings
+1200
7.69%
6.30%
Detroit Pistons
+1500
6.25%
4.30%
Washington Wizards
+1800
5.26%
2.80%
Minnesota Timberwolves
+3000
3.22%
1.70%
Portland Trailblazers
+3500
2.77%
1.10%
Oklahoma City Thunder (Via Toronto)
+5000
1.96%
0.80%
Philadelphia 76ers
+5000
1.96%
0.70%
Dallas Mavericks
+6500
1.51%
0.60%
Utah Jazz
+8000
1.23%
0.50%





Tags: NBA



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