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NBA Gambling: Pacers plan on sitting three starters in regular season finale

04.15.2014     01:35 PM     Printer Friendly
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Note that for tomorrow's regular season finale vs. Orlando, the Indiana Pacers, who have already wrapped up the Eastern Conference's top seed, will sit Paul George, Lance Stephenson, and David West. Roy Hibbert and George Hill will play but limited minutes.

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MLB Betting Alert: Tampa's Odorizzi scratched for Gomes

04.15.2014     01:27 PM     Printer Friendly
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There has been a pithing change for tonight's Tampa-Baltimore game. Tampa's Jake Odorizzi (flu) was scratched and will be replaced by reliver Bradon Gomes. Gomes has never started a game during his four-year MLB career. He's pitched in 87 games with an ERA of 4.46. Oddsmakers reopend the game with the Orioles and Miguel Gonzalez a -115 favorite with a total of 9un-125.

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Sports Betting Podcast 4-15-2014 with Sportsmemo Handicappers Rob Veno and Ian Cameron

04.15.2014     11:06 AM     Printer Friendly
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Tuesday's Sportsmemo Podcast featured Sportsmemo Handicappers Rob Veno and Ian Cameron. Rob and host Andrew Lange broke down every game on the MLB slate while Ian previewed the four NHL Western Conference playoff matchups.

Today's segments 
Full Show

Rob Veno - MLB Every Game on the Board

Ian Cameron - NHL Western Conference Playoffs

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.

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MLB Handicapper Free Play: Tampa Bay Rays at Baltimore Orioles

04.15.2014     10:09 AM     Sammy P Sports     Printer Friendly
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Tampa Bay (Odorizzi) at Baltimore -105 O/U 8.5 
Recommendation: Over


Tampa Bay and Baltimore get together tonight for their second game of the series.  Last night saw the Orioles lay the lumber on young Tampa Bay starter Chris Archer.  The O's strung together 12 hits over his five innings and the result could have been much worse than the 7-1 final.  Baltimore has been swinging the bat well to start the season as they are second in the AL with 121 hits, but their main problem has been discipline at the plate.  They should be able to see plenty of pitches tonight from Rays starter Jake Odorizzi.  Odorizzi had a terrible outing in Kansas City last week giving up 10 hits and 7 earned runs in just 5 innings.  He's struggled to find the plate in both his starts averaging over 17 pitches per inning.  Baltimore counters with Miguel Gonzalez on the mound who hasn't been much better.  In fact Gonzalez has given up 10 earned runs already in just his 9.1 innings pitched.  The long ball has particularly hurt Gonzalez as he's given up 4 homers in both starts combined.  The total has gone Over in all four of their starts heading into tonight.  This total is sitting at a very generous 8.5 and despite the lack of offense Tampa has been producing, tonight seems like an offensive breakout night for both clubs.

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NBA Handicapping: Playoff picture clearer but a few matchups still yet to be determined

04.15.2014     08:47 AM     Printer Friendly
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All 16 NBA Playoffs teams are set but there are still a few series that have yet to be determined. Indiana is the top seed in the Eastern Conference and will face Atlanta in the first round. Miami is the no. 2 seed while Toronto and Chicago are still fighting for the no. 3 and no. 4 seeds. With a win over New York tonight, Brooklyn would lock up the no. 5 seed. Washington and Charlotte are still in play for the no. 6 and no. 7 seeds.

In the Western Conference, Memphis is in following last night's win over Phoenix. Whoever wins Wednesday's Grizzlies vs. Mavericks game will be the seventh seed. San Antonio is the top seed followed by a TBA between Oklahoma City and the LA Clippers for the no. 2 and no. 3 seeds. No. 4 Portland will play no. 5 Houston in the first round. Golden State is the no. 6 seed.

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04.15.2014     07:18 AM     Printer Friendly
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NHL Gambling: Current Stanley Cup Playoff series odds

04.15.2014     08:30 AM     Printer Friendly
Below are the Stanley Cup Playoff series prices according to Pinnacle Sports. Be sure to tune into the Sportsmemo Podcast today and Wednesday for our playoff previews.

Eastern Conference 
Atlantic #1 - Boston Bruins -283 
Wild Card - Detroit Red Wings +250

Atlantic #2 - Tampa Bay Lightning -110 
Atlantic #2 - Montreal Canadiens +100

Metro #1 - Pittsburgh Penguins -231 
Wild Card - Columbus Blue Jackets +206

Metro #2 - NY Rangers -145 
Metro #3 - Philadelphia Flyers +131

Western Conference 
Central #1 - Colorado Avalanche -134 
Wild Card - Minnesota Wild +121

Central #2 - St. Louis Blues -105 
Central #3 - Chicago Blackhawks -105

Pacific #1 - Anaheim Ducks -186 
Wild Card - Dallas Stars +167

Pacific #2 - San Jose Sharks -140 
Pacific #3 - Los Angeles Kings +127 


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Guess the St. Louis Rams' schedule and win six figures

04.15.2014     07:53 AM     Printer Friendly
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This isn't really gambling so much as guessing but with a little research and common logic someone can at least increase their odds. The St. Louis Rams are offering $100K to anyone who can accurately pick their regular season schedule – including any Monday or Thursday night affairs. Maybe this is a precursor to “contests” involving questions like Will Team A’s game vs. Team B Go Over/Under 47.5 Points?


"In anticipation of the Rams' 2014 regular-season schedule release, we are excited to offer fans the unique opportunity to win $100,000," team vice president of marketing Brian Killingsworth said in a statement. "We challenge our fans to accurately predict all 17 weeks of the team's regular-season schedule and win the cash prize."



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MLB Handicapping: Milwaukee Brewers off to a red hot start

04.15.2014     07:38 AM     Printer Friendly
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Good article from FanGraphs on Milwaukee's hot 10-3 start. They own an MLB-best +24 run differential and ridiculous 1.97 team ERA. Their "playoff odds" have jumped from 8% to over 19%.


According to our Playoff Odds page, when the Brewers were 0-0, they stood about a 7% chance of winning the division, and about a 7-8% chance of winning one of the Wild Cards. We gave them a 14.5% chance of postseason baseball. Look now. Now the Brewers have a 16% shot at the division, and a 17-18% shot at one of the Wild Cards. Their playoff odds are up to 33.7%, which is an increase of 19.2 percentage points.

 


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04.11.2014     06:22 AM     Printer Friendly
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Gambling Update: How Phil Ivey beat baccarat

04.14.2014     02:24 PM     Printer Friendly
UPDATE

Deadspin provides and explanation on the details of how Phil Ivey took Atlantic City's Borgata Casino for nearly $10 million.




Atlantic City casino sues poker pro Phil Ivey

04.14.2014     06:55 AM     View Original Blog
Poker pro Phil Ivey is being accused of scamming Atlantic City's Borgata Casino during a very successful Baccarat run. Ivey won well into the millions but now the Borgata is suing Ivey for $9.3 million saying he took advantage of a manufacturer defect to the playing cards. Ivey had a similar run-in with a London casino last year.




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NBA Gambling Alert: Spurs expected to play starters vs. Rockets

04.14.2014     12:47 PM     Printer Friendly
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San Antonio at Houston -5 O/U 212

Despite having wrapped up the top seed in the Western Conference, the San Antonio Spurs plan on playing their "regulars" tonight vs. Houston.


“Having all your horses going in the playoffs is huge I think that’s everybody’s major concern. And then hopefully you’re as sharp as you can be execution wise. Those two things I think are the top priorities. I want to keep everybody healthy and I want to keep everybody sharp. That means you can’t just sit people and expect them to roll out first playoff game and be sharp and ready to go. People have to play.”



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Sports Betting Podcast 4-14-2014 with Sportsmemo Handicappers Teddy Covers and Erin Rynning

04.14.2014     11:11 AM     Printer Friendly
SportsMemo.com blog entry.
Monday's Sportsmemo Podcast featured Sportsmemo Handicappers Teddy Covers and Erin Rynning. Teddy broke down every game on the NBA slate while ER did the same for the MLB.

Today's segments 
Full Show

Teddy Covers - NBA Every Game on the Board

Erin Rynning - MLB Every Game on the Board

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.

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MLB Handicapper Free Play: Atlanta Braves at Philadelphia Phillies

04.14.2014     11:01 AM     Rob Veno     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Rob Veno

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Atlanta -120 at Philadelphia O/U 8.5 
Recommendation: Atlanta


Strong weekend for each of these clubs as they completed series sweeps at home yesterday. For Atlanta, the ramifications were significant since they decisively swept their main divisional competitor Washington by a cumulative score of 23-11. Atlanta’s offense ripped through the Nationals pitching posting a .306 BA, .398 OBP, and 1.000 OPS. Justin Upton has been red hot lately and Freedie Freeman is third in MLB with a .442 BA. Tonight they’ll face Philadelphia’s Roberto Hernandez whose propensity to cause hitters to swing and miss (had 20 in his last start vs. Milwaukee) could cause problems for Atlanta’s free swinging lineup. In the other dugout, the Phillies defeated Miami’s studs Jose Fernandez and Nate Eovaldi on Friday and Saturday before pounding out 12 hits vs. Henderson Alvarez yesterday. In all, the Marlins starters lasted a combined 16.1 IP while allowing 27 hits, 7 walks and 13 earned runs for an ERA of 7.16. MLB’s leading hitter Chase Utley (.500 BA) continues to lead the Philadelphia offense which also got a huge leadoff contribution out of reserve Tony Gwynn Jr. who had a .429 OBP in the series.

Tonight’s contest at Citizens Bank Ballpark figures to tame some of the hot offensive numbers as Roberto Hernandez and Atlanta’s Ervin Santana are flashing solid current form. Like Hernandez, this appears to be a good matchup for Santana who coasted through 8 innings of three hit shutout ball last Wednesday versus the Mets. The veteran RH’s out pitch is his breaking ball which happens to be a weakness of the Phils. Expect each starter to capitalize on their advantageous situations and throw quality starts but the difference will be in the bullpens where Atlanta is far more equipped to close the back third. Philadelphia’s bullpen was worked excessively in the setup and closer spots and they don’t figure to have Jonathan Papelbon available after being used the past three days (45 pitches). LH 8th inning man Antonio Bastardo also threw in every game of the Miami series (49 pitches) while currently dependable RH B.J. Rosenburg (0.00 ERA) worked Saturday & Sunday. There’s a real chance the Philadelphia bullpen will implode tonight so laying the short price with Atlanta is worth a look.  

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Teddy Covers' Las Vegas Wise Guy Report: Betting tips on early season MLB totals

04.14.2014     07:42 AM     Teddy Covers     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Teddy Covers

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We’re two weeks into the marathon baseball season, but there hasn’t been a lot that stands out thusfar in the standings.  The Milwaukee Brewers are riding a nine-game winning streak into the new week, a surprise team with the best current record in baseball.  And the defending World Series champs, the Boston Red Sox, have slumped out of the gate, sitting in last place in the AL East. 

Frankly, we should expect these sorts of anomalies in early season play – in fact we should expect more of them than we’ve seen thusfar.  But there’s not much we can expect to accomplish from riding hot teams out of the gate and fading underachievers.  Based on two weeks’ worth of results, I wouldn’t recommend betting on the Brewers or against the Red Sox on a daily basis moving forward.  A hot or cold start is not necessarily a ‘leading indicator’ for a hot or cold season.

But MLB totals are a very different story.  I’ve written several previous articles about why I look to bet MLB totals – particularly Overs – all summer long.  To summarize three key points from those previous articles, the betting markets don’t notice streaks of Overs or Unders at anywhere near the level that the markets notice wins and losses, making streaks easier to ride without laying a hefty price. 

Secondly, Overs beget Overs and Unders beget Unders.  Hot lineups, struggling starters and worn down bullpens carry from one game to the next.  So do strong starters, rested and effective bullpens and slumping lineups.  One game legitimately affects the next game.  Bettors looking to capitalize on MLB streaks most assuredly have totals as a significant piece of their betting repertoires.

Thirdly, totals have very little wiggle room on the margins.  You don’t see MLB games totaled above 11 except in the most extreme circumstances, nor does the market offer anything lower than the occasional 6 even in expected pitcher duels with nearly ideal conditions for a low scoring game.  Sides can be priced from pick ‘em to -400 or higher, but totals are forced into a much more limited range.

When it comes to early season MLB totals trends, unlike the sides, there’s plenty that stands out.  Here’s a brief list:

Top Over Teams: 
San Francisco 11-2 
Minnesota Twins 10-2 
LA Angels 10-2 
Arizona Diamondbacks 11-4 
Chicago White Sox 9-4 
Colorado Rockies 9-3

Top Under Teams: 
Boston Red Sox 10-3 
San Diego Padres 9-3 
Milwaukee Brewers 8-4

The case of the Giants really stands out.  Normally, teams don’t fly Over the total every night when they have an elite bullpen.  For example, the Brewers have the best bullpen ERA in baseball thusfar, and they’ve been MLB’s top side money earner and a consistent Under squad.  Meanwhile, the White Sox have the worst bullpen ERA in the league thusfar, and they rank among the strongest Over teams.

And normally teams don’t fly Over the total every night when their top two bats are ice cold.  The Giants have been Over machines here in April despite the fact that key middle-of-the-order bats Pablo Sandoval and Hunter Pence have only 17 hits combined in their 101 at-bats, while driving in only eight runs between them.

So, the Giants bullpen has been great and their lineup isn’t yet clicking on all cylinders.  Yet they’ve been cashing Over bet after Over bet, an emerging trend that unlike the Brewers and Red Sox sides that I wrote about earlier, is most assuredly worth riding for the next week, month – however long it takes until the markets catch up with the “new” Giants.

San Francisco came into the season with a baseline total at AT&T Park in the range of 7 or 7.5.  In 81 home games last year, the Giants didn’t have a single game totaled higher than 8 and 78 of those games were totaled at 7.5 or lower.  Given an average starting pitching matchup at AT&T Park, the total would be 7 or 7.5 without much variance.

But this year’s Giants team is a completely different squad from any recent version.   First of all, they can hit!  Angel Pagan, Michael Morse, Buster Posey, Brandon Belt and Brandon Crawford are all off to solid starts, despite the early struggles from Panda Bear and Pence. 

A squad that ranked among the bottom ten in baseball in runs scored, total bases and home runs last year currently ranks among the top six in all three categories this year.  And frankly, there’s no reason to think their current level of offensive production is primed for any sort of immediate drop-off.  The Giants are hitting and I expect them to continue to hit.

But with that improved offensive production, the Giants new-look lineup is not as good defensively as recent versions. That’s clearly evidenced by their park adjusted defensive efficiency numbers ranking among the bottom third in baseball.

With that defensive decline, San Fran has seen their starting pitching underachieve thusfar, and there’s no reason to think that it’s going to improve by leaps and bounds in the weeks to come.  Both Ryan Vogelsong and Tim Lincecum have been lit up early and neither guy has a profile that indicates the situation is likely to improve anytime soon. 

Matt Cain has thrown for 200+ innings in six of the last seven seasons, and his strikeouts are down; an indication that last year’s modest decline could be a harbinger of things to come.  Tim Hudson and Madison Bumgarner have put up solid early season numbers, but even that duo is 5-1 to the Over through their first six starts thanks to the low totals in the markets and the Giants lineup hot bats.

Plain and simple – the Giants baseline total is priced wrong these days.  This squad has a very different feel than last year’s team – a much more potent lineup, with a weaker defense and a drop-off in their starting pitching.  Until we see that market routinely price San Francisco’s totals at home at 8 or higher, there’s no reason to expect the single strongest early season MLB betting trend to suddenly reverse itself!

Most of the eight other total trending teams on the list above are in similar spots.  The markets still value data from last year’s result, particularly when it comes to totals – those baseline numbers remain fairly static from one year to the next.  Those ‘slow-to-adjust’ numbers offer savvy bettors legitimate value riding some of these early season total trends moving forward!

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Sheldon Adelson remains hell-bent on gumming up the works

04.14.2014     07:29 AM     Printer Friendly
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One of the better articles we've come across regarding the online gambling vs. Sheldon Adelson saga courtesy of Slate.com. Lots of good links and reasons for you to despise Adelson and his cronies even more than you already do.


Adelson had already begun pressing for a ban through Las Vegas Sands, which spent $320,000 on lobbying in Washington last year. But his formation of the Coalition to Stop Internet Gambling signaled a new phase in the political influence game. The group hired former New York Gov. George Pataki, former Sen. Blanche Lincoln of Arkansas, and former Denver Mayor Wellington Webb as national co-chairmen, and kicked off a national media campaign to convince the public of the ills of online gambling.

 


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MLB Gambling: Arizona puts Collmenter in starting rotation

04.14.2014     07:12 AM     Printer Friendly
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NY Mets (Wheeler) at Arizona (Collmenter) -125 O/U 9

Look who is back, bettors! Arizona's starting pitching has been so bad (7.18 ERA) that they've decided to place Josh Collmenter back in the rotation. Collmenter has thrived in the role of a reliever with a 2.49 ERA in 148 career innings. As a starter, after the league caught on to his delivery and deception, he posted a 5.11 ERA in 2012. He's been primarily a bullpen arm ever since.


"You still got to make the same pitches," Collmenter said. "Now I just know the exact day I'm going to pitch. That's really the only thing that changes."

"He's a guy who locates and that's kind of what we're having trouble doing is locating the ball when we get guys on base and we feel Josh is the guy to do that for us," Gibson said. "He's pretty efficient with his pitches. He doesn't walk a lot of guys."



 

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NBA Handicapping: Phoenix Suns in must-win situation vs. Memphis Grizzlies

04.14.2014     07:01 AM     Printer Friendly
SportsMemo.com blog entry.
Memphis at Phoenix -2.5 O/U 195.5

A game behind Memphis and void of any tie-breakers in their favor, the Phoenix Suns need a lot of favorable bounces to reach the postseason. First, they'll need to beat Memphis tonight and Sacramento on Wednesday. They'll also need the Grizzlies to lose to Dallas in their season finale – the only problem is the Mavs are locked into the seventh seed and will have nothing to play for.

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Atlantic City casino sues poker pro Phil Ivey

04.14.2014     06:55 AM     Printer Friendly
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Poker pro Phil Ivey is being accused of scamming Atlantic City's Borgata Casino during a very successful Baccarat run. Ivey won well into the millions but now the Borgata is suing Ivey for $9.3 million saying he took advantage of a manufacturer defect to the playing cards. Ivey had a similar run-in with a London casino last year.

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MLB Handicapper Free Play: Pittsburgh Pirates at Milwaukee Brewers

04.13.2014     07:56 AM     ER Sports     Printer Friendly
Submitted by ER Sports

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Pittsburgh (Morton) +109 at Milwaukee (Lohse) O/U 8.5 
Recommendation: Pittsburgh


The red-hot Brewers go for the sweep of the Pirates this afternoon but it figures to be a tougher test than the market dictates.  The Pirates will send unheralded Charlie Morton to the hill.  Morton sports one of the better arms in the National League but has always had difficulty putting everything together.  He returned last June from Tommy John surgery and I figured it would take the rest of the season for him to regain the form he flashed in 2011. Instead, he pitched extremely well with a 3.26 ERA and showed more velocity pre-injury.  Morton is an outstanding match-up against this Brewers potent lineup coming from the right-side.  The Brewers are dominated by the right-handed bat, while Morton’s groundball ways can neutralize Milwaukee’s power.  Meanwhile, veteran Kyle Lohse will toe the rubber for the Brew Crew.  We expect more regression from Lohse as the 35-year-old has posted ERA’s of 2.86 and 3.35 in each of the last two seasons.  In his last outing against the Phillies he allowed three runs in five innings and another mediocre start is expected.  Note Brewers closer Frankie Rodriguez has pitched three-straight days and will be unavailable, while Jim Henderson has worked four of the last five days.  Look for the Pirates to garner the win this afternoon.   

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MLB Handicapper Free Play: Colorado Rockies at San Francisco Giants

04.12.2014     07:44 AM     Andrew Lange     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Andrew Lange

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Colorado (Anderson) at San Francisco (Cain) -135 O/U 7.5 
Recommendation: Over


Because of so many right-handed bats, San Francisco has really pound lefties so far this season: .289 BA, .488 SLG, and .862 OPS. In four games against southpaw starters the Giants pounded out 4, 8, 7, and 6 six runs. They face a very hittable one today in Colorado's Brett Anderson. Brett Anderson has thrown back-to-back 6 IP, 3 ER starts but his peripherals are very questionable. In 12 innings he allowed 15 hits and struck out only three batters. And of the 172 pitches he threw only six were swung on and missed. And in 39 plate appearances, righties are hitting .364/.997 vs. Anderson. Like Anderson, San Francisco's Matt Cain hasn't missed a lot of bats either with five strikeouts and 12 swinging strikes in two appearances. Overall we have two pitchers who are currently throwing to contact and with the ball having the tendency to carry a bit better during the day in AT&T Park, we'll take a look towards the over.

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Sports Betting Podcast 4-11-2014 with Sportsmemo Handicapper Teddy Covers

04.11.2014     10:21 AM     Printer Friendly
SportsMemo.com blog entry.
Friday's Sportsmemo Podcast featured Sportsmemo Handicapper Teddy Covers. Teddy and host Andrew Lange broke down the entire MLB slate as well as a few games in the NBA.

Today's segments 
Teddy Covers - MLB EGOTB and NBA

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

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MLB Handicapper Free Play: New York Mets at Los Angeles Angels

04.11.2014     07:29 AM     Andrew Lange     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Andrew Lange

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NY Mets (Gee) at LA Angels (Skaggs) -160 O/U 8 
Recommendation: Los Angeles


Did you notice the move towards LA's Tyler Skaggs off of the opener? That is the betting markets telling you just how much potential this kid has. A few more starts like what we saw out of Skaggs vs. Houston (8 IP 4 hits, 0 ERs) and enter the customary -175 and above price tag at home. We're not there yet and it was only one start against a poor hitting team, but at home vs. the Mets is another opportunity for him to thrive. Dillon Gee pitched well the back half of 2013 with a 2.77 ERA his last 11 starts. It coincided with an up-tick in velocity. That velocity has eluded him the first two starts of 2014 with his average fastball below 90 mph. Gee isn't a hard thrower to begin with but without being at the top of his game, it will be difficult facing an American League team on the road. I like that the Angels have placed more emphasis on defense and utilizing the shift more. And I also like the advantage LA should have in the late innings with the Mets carting out the likes of Kyle Farnsworth and Jose Valverde – both guys threw last night in Atlanta. The opening price of -140 had zero chance of sticking around. But even at the current number we have a solid play on the home favorite.

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Boxing Gambling: Pacquiao at -230 betting favorite over Bradley

04.11.2014     07:24 AM     Printer Friendly
SportsMemo.com blog entry.
Big fight this weekend in Las Vegas with Manny Pacquiao and Timothy Bradley hooking up at the MGM Grand. Bradley defeated Pacquiao as a +320 underdog back in June of 2012. Offshore sportsbooks currently have Pacquiao as a -230 favorite with the over/under rounds set at 9.5ov-350.


“There’s been good two-way action on this fight,” Bogdanovich said, “(but the price on Pacquiao) might go up a little at the end. I can see Pacquiao closing at like -240 or -250. But it won’t stray too far. It will be anywhere from -200 to -250, I believe , depending on each individual shop and the liability they have on it.”



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NBA Betting News: Miami Heat focused on health rather than top seed

04.11.2014     07:15 AM     Printer Friendly
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While the Indiana Pacers are all-in for tonight's critical game at Miami according to LeBron James, the team's focus remains on staying healthy. James however later noted that tonight's contest will have a Game 7-like feel. Make up your mind, Bron.


"It's not about controlling our destiny with the No. 1 seed," James insists. "We want to get healthy. That's all we care about, man, going into the postseason healthy. We've got more problems as far as health issues than the No. 1 seed. And if it happens, it happens. We're going to be excited to get the postseason started. But that's the least of our worries right now."

"It doesn't matter how a team is struggling; once they play us we already know what we're going to get," James said of the Pacers, who have lost five of seven games since beating Miami last month. "It's going to be one of those games where it's going to feel like a Game 7. So we look forward to it."

 


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