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Sportsmemo's Erin Rynning talks NBA Finals on ESPN's Behind the Bets Podcast

06.05.2013     02:28 PM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
Here is a link to Sportsmemo Handicapper Erin Rynning's ESPN Behind the Bets Podcast from earlier today. Host Chad Millman talked with ER about the NBA Finals between the Miami Heat and San Antonio Spurs.

Tags: NBA Miami Heat San Antonio Spurs Erin Rynning

Sports Betting Podcast 6-5-2013 with Handicappers Ian Cameron, Teddy Covers and Alf Musketa

06.05.2013     10:24 AM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
Wednesday's Sportsmemo Podcast featured handicappers Ian Cameron, Teddy Covers, and Alf Musketa. Ian and Teddy broke down the entire MLB card while Alf talked French Open, the St. Jude Classic, and Game 1 of the NBA Finals.

Today's segments
Full Show

Ian Cameron - National League

Teddy Covers - American League/Interleague

Alf Musketa - Tennis, PGA, 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 PGA NBA Ian Cameron Teddy Covers Alf Musketa

NBA Betting Trends: San Antonio Spurs have experience playing after extended layoff

06.04.2013     11:53 AM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
San Antonio at Miami -5.5 O/U

The San Antonio Spurs last played on May 27, which leaves nine days of full rest before Thursday's Game 1 of the NBA Finals against the Miami Heat. According to our database, the Spurs are no strangers to extended breaks. Since 2004, there have been four instances in which they had seven days off in between playoff games. They won all four games straight up and were 3-1 against the spread – the lone ATS loss came against the Warriors in Game 1 of their second round series. Overall, teams with seven or more days of rest are 10-6 SU and 9-7 ATS in the postseason dating back to 2003. Totals went 9-7 O/U.

"We don't know how to react to rest vs. rust," he told USA TODAY Sports. "It is what it is, and we're trying to prepare and maintain focus and rhythm and reduce

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Tags: NBA San Antonio Spurs Miami Heat

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

06.04.2013     06:35 AM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
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

Tags: NBA Miami Heat San Antonio Spurs

NBA Betting News: Nearly 67% of Game 7 action is on Indiana Pacers

06.03.2013     01:50 PM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
Here are the consensus bets for tonight's Eastern Conference Finals Game 7 between the Miami Heat and Indiana Pacers courtesy of Bookmaker. Note that the percentages represent the number of bets (not total handle) placed on each given.

Indiana +7 - 66.8%

Indiana-Miami OVER 180 - 66.6%

Indiana +285 - 65.7%

Tags: NBA Miami Heat Indiana Pacers

Sports Betting Podcast 6-3-2013 with Handicappers Rob Veno and Teddy Covers

06.03.2013     10:05 AM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
Monday's Sportsmemo Podcast featured handicappers Rob Veno and Teddy Covers. Rob went through every game on the MLB card while Teddy broke down Game 7 of the Eastern Conference Finals.

Today's segments
Full Show

Rob Veno - MLB EGOTB (Free Play)

Teddy Covers - NBA Heat vs. Pacers Game 7

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 Teddy Covers

NBA Gambling Trends: History points towards home teams in Game 7

06.03.2013     08:26 AM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
According to our database, NBA home teams in Game 7's are 22-8 SU, 19-11 ATS, and 11-19 Over/Under. We've seen only one Game 7 this postseason – Chicago won at Brooklyn, 99-93. Last year, home teams went 3-1 SU/ATS. The Miami Heat are 7-point home favorites vs. Indiana for tonight's Eastern Conference Finals Game 7.

Tags: NBA Miami Heat Indiana Pacers

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

06.02.2013     07:25 AM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
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 blog entry.
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: Yankees Bats Cooling Off

05.30.2013     07:55 AM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
Submitted by Stat Intelligence

Through the early part of the season, there was some media coverage about how the “replacement” guys on the Yankees were putting runs on the board in the absence of the big name stars who were injured. That and great pitching helped the Yankees stay in the fight for first place in the AL East even while shorthanded. The Yankees remain only a game out of first place right now after both they and Boston lost Wednesday evening.

Scoring has hit a wall in recent weeks. There are a lot of ways to show that. Since I’m working hard each day to log all the five-inning results from pitching and hitting perspectives…I can show you what the slump looks like through that lens.

*Remember that make-up doubleheader the Yankees had to play in Cleveland where they kind of “traded” gentlemen’s shutouts for a split? The Yanks scored 0 and 1 in the first five innings of those two games.

*New York came home to play Seattle after that. They could only manage Read more

Tags: MLB New York Yankees


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