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NBA Playoff Betting Podcast 4-17-2015 with Sportsmemo Handicappers Teddy Covers and Erin Rynning

04.17.2015     10:51 AM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
Friday's Sportsmemo Podcast featured Sportsmemo Handicappers Teddy Covers and Erin Rynning. Teddy and ER broke down this weekend's NBA Playoffs.

Today's segments 
Full Show

Teddy Covers - NBA Playoffs Saturday

Erin Rynning - NBA Playoffs Sunday

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NHL Handicapper Free Play: New York Islanders at Washington Capitals

04.17.2015     08:32 AM     ICC     Printer Friendly

Submitted by ICC blog entry.
NY Islanders at Washington -145 O/U 5.5 
Recommendation: Washington

The Washington Capitals will be looking to bounce back from a 4-1 Game 1 loss. The Capitals didn’t play a terrible game in the series opener as the shots were practically even but goaltender Braden Holtby had a very poor showing as he yielded a pair of “soft” goals. Washington’s vaunted power play was supposed to have an edge against a team that struggled on the penalty kill this season but the Capitals were shut down on both power play opportunities. Washington also didn’t seem to have a great sense of urgency but I expect a lot more of that tonight especially when reading this quote from Brooks Laich: "I don't think our execution was there. It starts with thinking quicker and moving quicker. I don't think we did that well in the first period. The result was that we looked like a slow team. It has to get better." We also have two distinct trends working in our favor here as the Islanders do not have a great track record following up wins this season with a 18-29 record. On the flip side, the Caps have showed the focus and intensity required to come back strong following a defeat with a 22-15 mark in games after a loss. I expect the urgency meter to rise significantly for Washington as it looks to avoid an 0-2 hole. The price is reflective of a bounceback but one that I’m willing to lay.

Tags: NHL New York Islanders Washington Capitals Ian Cameron

Gambling on the NBA Playoffs: A look at the public money

04.17.2015     08:10 AM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
Let's a take a look at where the public money is at for Saturday and Sunday's NBA Playoff first round games. Percentages courtesy of Sports Options.

Washington at Toronto 
57% Toronto, 56% Over

New Orleans at Golden State 
76% Golden State, 72% Over

Milwaukee at Golden State 
72% Chicago, 59% Over

Dallas at Houston 
67% Houston, 86% Over

Boston at Cleveland 
73% Cleveland, 66% Over

Brooklyn at Atlanta 
72% Atlanta, 54% Over

Portland at Memphis 
80% Memphis, 62% Under

San Antonio at LA Clippers 
52% San Antonio, 77% Over

Tags: NBA

The Best NBA Postseason Handicapper on the Planet!

04.17.2015     07:33 AM     Printer Friendly

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MLB Handicapping: Rogers Centre turf playing slow

04.16.2015     06:46 AM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
Reports out of Toronto saying that the Rogers Centre's new artificial turf is playing really slow and causing the occasional wicked hop. A team spokesman claims it needs time to settle and will quicken with wear. One would think the slow turf would help Blue Jays starter Aaron Sanchez who is regarded as a "heavy groundballer."  

“It’s weird, but we’re going to have to adjust,” he said. “It’s definitely a lot slower than it was in the past and a lot slower than any other artificial turf I’ve ever laid my feet on.”

Tags: MLB Toronto Blue Jays

NBA Gambling: Early line moves for Saturday and Sunday's first round matchups

04.16.2015     02:10 PM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
The NBA betting markets have had time to mature some following CRIS's openers from earlier this afternoon. Quick look at the early line moves.

Saturday's Games 
No. 5 Washington at No. 4 Toronto 
Opener: Toronto -4 O/U 192 
Current: Toronto -4.5 O/U 193

No. 8 New Orleans at No. 1 Golden State 
Opener: Golden State -10.5 O/U 203 
Current: Golden State -11.5 O/U 204

No. 6 Milwaukee at No. 3 Chicago 
Opener: Chicago -8.5 O/U 187 
Current: Chicago -7.5 O/U 185.5

No. 7 Dallas at No. 2 Houston 
Opener: Houston -5.5 O/U 209 
Current: Houston -5.5 O/U 210

Sunday's Games 
No. 7 Boston vs. No. 2 Cleveland 
Opener: Cleveland -10.5 O/U 203 
Current: Cleveland -11 O/U 203

No. 8 Brooklyn vs. No. 1 Atlanta 
Opener: Atlanta -10 O/U 201.5 
Current: Atlanta -10 O/U 201.5

No. 5 Portland vs. No. 4 Memphis  
Opener: Memphis -3.5 O/U 191 
Current: Memphis -4 O/U 188.5

No. 6 San Antonio vs. No. 3 LA Clippers 
Opener: LA Clippers -1 O/U 204 
Current: LA Clippers -1 O/U 205.5

Tags: NBA

NBA Gambling: Playoff Series Odds

04.16.2015     01:42 PM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
NBA series odds have been posted! Here's a look at the opening at current odds at CRIS in rotation order. Higher seed has home court advantage with 2-2-1-1-1 format.

No. 5 Washington vs. No. 4 Toronto 
Opener: Washington +140/Toronto -165 
Current: Washington +161/Toronto -190

No. 8 New Orleans vs. No. 1 Golden State 
N/A - Those sportsbooks offering odds have the Warriors around -4000.

No. 6 Milwaukee vs. No. 3 Chicago 
Opener: Milwaukee +600/Chicago -900 
Current: MIlwaukee +525/Chicago -700

No. 7 Dallas vs. No. 2 Houston 
Opener: Dallas +230/Houston -280 
Current: Dallas +230/Houston -280

No. 7 Boston vs. No. 2 Cleveland 
Opener: Boston +1700/Cleveland -5000 
Current: Boston +1700/Cleveland -5000

No. 8 Brooklyn vs. No. 1 Atlanta 
Opener: Brooklyn +800/Atlanta -1300 
Current: Brooklyn +800/Atlanta -1300

No. 5 Portland vs. No. 4 Memphis 
Opener: Portland +150/Memphis -175 
Current: Portland +155/Memphis -180

No. 6 San Antonio vs. No. 3 LA Clippers 
Opener: San Antonio -170/LA Clippers +145 
Current: San Antonio -170/LA Clippers +145

Tags: NBA

MLB Handicapper Free Play: Arizona Diamondbacks at San Francisco Giants

04.16.2015     10:34 AM     Teddy Covers     Printer Friendly

Submitted by Teddy Covers blog entry.
Arizona (Bradley) +155 at San Francisco (Bumgarner) O/U 6.5 
Recommendation: Arizona

San Fran lit up some lousy D-backs pitching in Arizona in their opening series of 2015, but this is anything but an elite lineup with Pablo Sandoval in Boston, Hunter Pence on the DL and Brandon Belt struggling with a strained groin.  Belt and starting third baseman Casey McGahee should be back in the lineup today, but even with that duo on the field, the Giants haven’t been scoring runs against anybody.

The defending champs have scored 1, 0, 1, 2, 4, 0, 1 and 2 runs in their last seven games, winning only once during that span.  They just got swept at home by the Rockies, producing only three runs in three games.  Manager Bruce Bochy: “We have some guys that are really, really pressing right now.  It’s pretty obvious looking at the at-bats.”

World Series MVP Madison Bumgarner carries a hefty price tag to support these days; as public a pitcher as you’ll find in baseball right now.  But even Bumgarner isn’t immune to the Giants April struggles, lit up in a dismal three inning start in San Diego last weekend.  Arizona’s lineup is built to hit lefties and they produced four runs or more twice in four meetings against him last year; with a surprisingly good batter vs. pitcher stats from Aaron Hill, Jordan Pacheco, AJ Pollack and others against the Giants ace.

Arizona rookie hurler Archie Bradley was rated as the #1 right handed pitching prospect in the minor leagues by last winter.  He outdueled Clayton Kershaw in his MLB debut last weekend, allowing just a single hit in six shutout innings against the Dodgers.  Anything close to that level of performance tonight and the D-backs are live to cash at this attractive underdog price!

Tags: MLB Arizona Diamonbacks San Francisco Giants Teddy Covers

MLB Betting Trends: Overs the hot play this season

04.16.2015     09:30 AM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
A couple of trends worth mentioning through the first two weeks of the MLB season.

Despite the league-wide offensive numbers being slightly down from 2014, scoring is up.

2014: 4.07 runs per game, .251/.314/.386/.700 
2015: 4.13 runs per game, .242/.310/.384/.694

Note that the unearned run rate is up from 0.34 to 0.40 per game.

The uptick in scoring has resulted in a lot more overs with 56% of games cashing tickets (72-56-5 O/U).

Another strong trend has been road teams who are currently 71-62. Away favorites are 21-15 while underdogs are 49-47.

Of the 133 games, 19 (14%) have been decided by one run.

Tags: MLB

Pinnacle reveals majority owner

04.16.2015     08:06 AM     Printer Friendly


Pinnacle announced that Magnus Hedman is the company's new owner. Hedman, who is also the owner of the risk management firm Touchbet, is expected to expand Pinnacle's overseas presence. The purchase of Pinnacle was estimated at $170 million.

Unnamed investor purchased Pinnacle Sports

02.23.2015     07:19 AM     View Original Blog
Pinnacle Sports was recently sold to an undisclosed investor according to

“The sports betting industry is maturing and moving towards the direction of modern financial markets,” Brunet and Carlston said.

“Pinnacle Sports has always been, and still remains to this day, at the forefront of this evolution.

Tags: MLB

NBA Gambling: Cleveland Cavaliers favored to win title

04.16.2015     07:30 AM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
Still waiting on NBA first round series prices. In the meantime, check out the respect the Cleveland Cavaliers are getting in the futures market -- and lack thereof for top seed Atlanta. Odds courtesy of 5Dimes.

Odds to Win the Eastern Conference 
Cleveland -150 
Atlanta +325

Odds to Win NBA Championship 
Cleveland +240 
Golden State +255 
Atlanta +1050

NBA Finals Matchups 
Cleveland vs. Golden State +314 
Cleveland vs. San Antonio +452

Tags: NBA Cleveland Cavaliers Atlanta Hawks Golden State Warriors

NBA Gambling: Regular Season Results for Eight Playoff Matchups

04.16.2015     07:20 AM     Printer Friendly

Quick look at the regular season results of the eight NBA playoff matchups.

2015 NBA Playoffs: Regular Season Results
Eastern Conference
Straight Up
No. 1 Atlanta vs. No. 8 Brooklyn
Atlanta 4-0
Atlanta 3-1
No. 2 Cleveland vs. No. 7 Boston
Boston 3-1
No. 3 Chicago vs. No. 6 Milwaukee
Chicago 3-1
Chicago 3-1
No. 4 Toronto vs. No. 5 Washington
Toronto 3-0
Toronto 2-1
Western Conference
Straight Up
No. 1 Golden State vs. No. 8 New Orleans
Golden State 3-1
No. 2 Houston vs. No. 7 Dallas
Houston 3-1
Houston 3-1
No. 3 LA Clippers vs. No. 6 San Antonio
No. 4 Portland vs. No. 5 Memphis
Memphis 4-0
Memphis 4-0

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NBA Gambling: Add the Knicks to the list of teams that need to lose

04.15.2015     11:56 AM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
We know the Heat and 76ers don't want to win. Well, New York should have the same mindset but in typical Knicks fashion, they enter tonight's game on a two-game winning streak. Tonight's opponent, the Detroit Pistons, were bet up from -5.5 to -9.

At 17-64, the Knicks now have leapfrogged Minnesota (16-65) out of the NBA basement, and they still have a chance to tie Philadelphia (18-63) with a win Wednesday night against eliminated Detroit (31-50). The Timberwolves and Sixers also have home finales on Wednesday against Oklahoma City and Miami, respectively.

Tags: NBA Detoit Pistons New York Knicks

NBA Gambling: The Heat and 76ers almost assuredly don't want to win

04.15.2015     11:46 AM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
Tonight's Miami-Philadelphia game should be a dandy...

The Sixers want to lose to potentially gain a share of the league’s second-worst record, which would improve their draft lottery chances. The Heat need to lose, in order to ensure they’ll keep their draft pick. If it lands outside the top 10, it will go (ironically enough) to the Sixers.

Tags: NBA Miami Heat Philadelphia 76ers

NBA Handicapper Free Play: Denver Nuggets at Golden State Warriors

04.15.2015     11:17 AM     Teddy Covers     Printer Friendly

Submitted by Teddy Covers blog entry.
Denver +10 at Golden State O/U 216.5 
Recommendation: Denver

The Nuggets aren’t laying down here in the final week of the season; still playing hard just about every night for interim head coach Melvin Hunt.   They’ve won by double-digits twice in their last four ballgames. In the third, they rallied back from 21 down at halftime before losing by a point in double overtime to the Mavs.  And in their most recent game, at LA against the surging Clippers, the Nuggets led from wire-to-wire until the Clips went nuts late, scoring 20 points in a three minute span late in the fourth quarter to steal the win (but not the cover).

Nuggets forward Kenneth Faried talking about how hard the team is playing for interim head coach Melvin Hunt: “I feel like we're back to the old Nuggets and it's exciting. I hope they hire him and I hope he's our head coach next year."  Hunt, talking about the importance of tonight’s game: “I want us when we get on that plane after playing Golden State, I want it to be as quiet as a library because they're so exhausted just from playing hard.  I want them to get every ounce of enjoyment out of this next performance as they can so we can have a good summer."  Bottom line: Denver is coming to play tonight.

I’m not convinced that’ll be the case for double digit favorite Golden State.  Steve Kerr isn’t expected to rest his starters, necessarily -- hence this 10-point spread --  but don’t be shocked in the slightest if the Warriors lineup consists exclusively of backups and role players by the time the fourth quarter rolls around.    In the ultimate meaningless game for the home favorite, look for the road underdog to be live for the full 48 minutes tonight.  Take the Nuggets.

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Tags: NBA Denver Nuggets Golden State Warriors Teddy Covers

MLB Handicapper Free Play: Philadelphia Phillies at New York Mets

04.15.2015     10:21 AM     Rob Veno     Printer Friendly

Submitted by Rob Veno blog entry.
Philadelphia (Williams) at New York (Niese) -140 O/U 7 
Recommendation: Under

The Mets were hit by the injury bug yesterday as a pair of their middle of the order hitters went down. For 3B David Wright it looks to be about a two week absence due to a pulled hamstring while Michael Cuddyer could actually play tonight despite having a bruised left hand after being hit by a pitch. With Jerome Williams throwing for the Phillies, New York manager Terry Collins could choose to insert LH hitting Kirk Nieuwenhuis into the lineup. Regardless of which way Collins constructs his lineup tonight, the key component for the Mets tonight figures to be LH starter Jon Niese who has been dominant recently not only against Philadelphia (1.95 ERA L5 starts) but at home as well (1.52 ERA L4 starts). The Phillies LH dominated lineup is weakened versus lefties but was able to benefit from four walks issued by Washington starter Gio Gonzalez in their only southpaw matchup thus far. Same isn’t likely to happen here as Niese has issued an average of just 2.3 walks in his last 81 starts dating back to 2011. Offense could be tough to come by for New York as well since they’ve started the season in a severe funk hitting .227 with an OBP of .310. Mets bullpen a slight concern here since closer Jeurys Familia has appeared in three straight contests but lack of lineup production and Niese’s recent history against the Phils suggests a play on the under. 

Tags: MLB Philadelphia Phillies New York Mets Rob Veno

MLB Betting Podcast 4-15-2015 with Sportsmemo Handicappers Teddy Covers and Rob Veno

04.15.2015     10:15 AM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
Wednesday's Sportsmemo Podcast featured Sportsmemo Handicappers Teddy Covers and Rob Veno. Rob, Teddy, and host Andrew Lange broke down today's MLB card.

Today's segments 
Full Show

Teddy Covers - National League

Rob Veno - American League and Interleague

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 Teddy Covers Rob Veno Andrew Lange

NBA Handicapping: Oklahoma City needs win and New Orleans loss to reach postseason

04.15.2015     07:59 AM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
Oklahoma City needs some help tonight in order to secure the 8th seed in the Western Conference. New Orleans, who plays host to San Antonio, holds the tiebreaker. The Thunder need to beat Minnesota and hope the Pelicans lose to the Spurs.

"We're going to need some help from San Antonio," he said. "I've always been a Pop fan, and [on Wednesday] I'll be even more of a Pop fan."

"We just have to focus on winning the game," Thunder coach Scott Brooks said. "It's a one-game season for us. We have to go up to Minnesota and beat them. We're going to have to play for 48 minutes. We can't worry about what's happening in New Orleans. We have to just focus on what we do. They have a tough matchup. We have a tough matchup. Every team in this league, if you don't take them seriously, can beat you. We're just going to focus on playing good basketball and take care of our business. Hopefully, we get some help down south of us."

Tags: NBA Oklahoma City Thunder New Orleans Pelicans San Antonio Spurs

NBA Handicapping: Spurs and Pelicans with a ton to play for

04.15.2015     07:46 AM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
Extremely important regular season finale tonight with San Antonio headed to New Orleans. The Spurs, who have won 11 games in a row, need to win in order to grab the no. 2 seed. Lose, and they could fall as low as the no. 6 seed depending on how the rest of the night shakes out. As for the Pelicans, it's win-and-you're-in. They own the tiebreaker over Oklahoma City who plays at Minnesota.

“We have to embrace this,” said Williams Wednesday night. “There’s going to nerves, fear, a lot of questions. Can I do it, am I ready? You have to embrace all of that. That is part of it.”

“We have dealt with more emotion, big losses, big wins, our guys are fine,” said the Pelicans head coach Tuesday. “They know they have to go out and execute. They know it is a cool time.”

Tags: NBA San Antonio Spurs New Orleans Pelicans

MLB Betting Preview Podcast 4-14-2015 with Sportsmemo Handicappers Ian Cameron and Erin Rynning

04.14.2015     10:59 AM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
Tuesday's Sportsmemo Podcast featured Sportsmemo Handicappers Ian Cameron and Erin Rynning. Ian, Erin and host Andrew Lange broke down today's MLB card.

Today's segments 
Full Show

Ian Cameron - National League

Erin Rynning - American League and Interleague

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 Ian Cameron Erin Rynning Andrew Lange

NBA Gambling: Playoff scenarios as of 4-14

04.14.2015     07:38 AM     Printer Friendly

Two days left in the NBA regular season there are still a boatload of seeds and berths up for grabs. Here's a link to an in-depth look at what's going on.

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MLB Handicapper Free Play: Chicago White Sox at Cleveland Indians

04.14.2015     07:05 AM     Drew Martin     Printer Friendly

Submitted by Drew Martin blog entry.
Chicago (Quintana) at Cleveland (Carrasco) -125 O/U 7 
Recommendation: Under

The Cleveland Indians host the Chicago White Sox in the first of a two-game mid-week series. The South Siders will go with southpaw Jose Quintana who has posted a 1.52 ERA over 23.3 innings at Progressive Field. Quintana has also benefited from both his FIP and SIERA falling each of his first three years in the major leagues. Quintana’s velocity has stayed consistent throughout his time in the show capping out about 93 mph and has logged 200 innings the last two seasons. He is facing an Indians lineup that is missing a key bat in Michael Brantley who is listed as day-to-day and will likely not be back in the lineup today facing the lefty Quintana. The bat of Brantley missing does not help an Indians club who is struggling offensively with a team batting average of .238. The Tribe send Carlos Carrasco to the hill who struck out 10, while walking one, giving up no runs and allowing three hits in a win over the Astros on Wednesday. Carrasco posted a stellar 2.58 SIERA through 134+ innings last year and did not miss a beat in his 2015 debut. He will be facing a White Sox lineup who currently sports a dismal .270 on-base percentage. The last time Currasco squared off against the White Sox in September he went 8.1 scoreless innings striking out eight on his way to the win. The early indications of wind at Progressive field are a light breeze in from right center. All signs point towards both offenses being overmatched as my money is on the under.

Tags: MLB Chicago White Sox Cleveland Indians Drew Martin

NBA Handicapping: Wizards put beating Pacers on to-do list

04.14.2015     06:56 AM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
With two games remaining in the regular season, the Indiana Pacers hold a half-game lead over the Brooklyn Nets for the eighth seed in the Eastern Conference. Tonight's opponent, the Washington Wizards, have nothing to play for as they are locked into the fifth seed. However, the Wizards claim they'll be in "full effort mode." The betting markets though aren't buying in as Indiana was bet up from -4.5 to -9.

"We got a rivalry with them," said Wall, who remembers vividly how their season ended in Game 6 of the East semis in a home loss to the Pacers. "We feel like we owe them from last year."

“We have to approach them like this is a team like Brooklyn. They are fighting for their spot," Beal said. "They are going to be aggressive and hungry. We have to approach it like a playoff game like we have done these last six and seven games. We know it is not going to be easy. We have to come out ready to go and be aggressive with the mind-set knowing that they are going to come out the same way and they are not going to stop so we really have to come ready to play.”




Tags: NBA Washington Wizards Indiana Pacers

AGA wants law enforcement to spend more time (and money) going after illegal gambling

04.14.2015     06:45 AM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
The American Gaming Association announced that it wants to ramp up its efforts on curbing illegal gambling. Sounds like it's time to dial up a few scare tactics!

“The illegal gambling industry is fueling criminal networks and large criminal enterprises that profoundly harm your state, your schools, your consumers and your law enforcement,” Freeman said, according to his prepared remarks.

“Consider the fact that every dollar diverted by illegal operations is a dollar siphoned away from legal activities that contribute taxes to support education and public safety,” he said in his prepared remarks.

Tags: NBA Washington Wizards Indiana Pacers

Casinos speed up games as a way of getting more of your money

04.13.2015     01:58 PM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
Good article on how casinos continue to improve on “experience” as well as taking your money at a historically fast rate.

“They like to increase velocity and not have it seem like the (gambling) experience has been altered,” he says. “It's all short-sighted” because players realize their money doesn't last as long as it once did.

“We're taking the money faster than at any point in gambling history,” Conrad says. “How do we disengage? How do we go back?”

Tags: NBA Washington Wizards Indiana Pacers

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