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NBA Wrap: Lakers win to make Sixers only winless team
2014-11-11

Carlos Boozer added 16 points in Byron Scott's first win as Lakers coach. Their victory left the Sixers as the NBA's only winless team at 0-7.

Lin and Boozer's offense dominated the third, when the Lakers were down by seven before a 25-6 run sent them into the fourth leading 76-64.

It was a lead they never gave up (see full recap).

Deng scores 30, Heat roll over Mavs
DALLAS -- Luol Deng is still learning how he fits as Miami's new No. 3 with Chris Bosh and Dwyane Wade.

The Dallas Mavericks might say he's coming along just fine.

Deng scored a season-high 30 points, Bosh and Wade added 20 apiece and the Heat stayed perfect against Dallas since the 2011 NBA Finals with a 105-96 victory on Sunday night.

The Heat have won seven straight regular-season games against Dallas since the Mavericks took three in a row in the finals to capture their first championship (see full recap).

Suns rally to deal Warriors 1st loss
PHOENIX -- The Phoenix Suns didn't do much different to defend the high-flying Golden State Warriors in the second half Sunday night. They just stuck with their effective bench play and let the Klay Thompson-less Warriors get tired and make mistakes in a fourth quarter that saw the Suns outscore them by 20.

Phoenix zoomed past the Warriors to a 107-95 victory on the strength of a 36-16 fourth quarter, leaving the NBA with no unbeaten teams.

Isaiah Thomas scored 15 of his 22 points in the fourth and fellow reserve Gerald Green added 16 of his 19 points in the final quarter, when the Suns surged ahead after trailing by eight through three (see full recap).

Blazers extend Nuggets' skid to 5
PORTLAND, Ore. -- LaMarcus Aldridge scored 28 points and the Portland Trail Blazers handed the Denver Nuggets their fifth straight loss with a 116-100 victory on Sunday night.

Wesley Matthews added 21 for the Blazers, who have won three of their last four.

Ty Lawson had 18 points for Denver after missing the team's 110-101 loss at home to Cleveland on
Friday night because of a sore left ankle. Kenneth Faried led the Nuggets with 19 points




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Who are you betting on the L.A. Lakers or the Boston Celtics
2010-06-18

Sports betting have been around since the advent of competitive sports itself.  People wagered money or anything of value for the added entertainment that whichever sport brings.  One of those sports is basketball which has a huge NBA betting following.


In the world of the National Basketball Association, sports betting have been extremely popular over the past decades.  It is actually listed in the licensed sports book of the United States of America.  It should be mentioned that since the advent of the internet, sports betting online has progressively been made accessible to anyone with a personal computer and an internet connection.  Just recently, the NBA finals between the Los Angeles Lakers and the Boston Celtics have finished their first of seven games.  Heading into the first game, the NBA betting odds makers have Cleary picked a favorite.  The Los Angeles Lakers are favored by 5-6 points in the first game, according to most online betting sites.  There are several key factors to note on this favored team.


First off, the LA Lakers is simply the better team in this current finals match up.  Even in the regular season, NBA betting odds makers pick the Lakers as the favorite team, which all NBA betting has taken notice of.  Compared to Boston's 50-32 win – loss regular season record, the Lakers sailed to a 57-25 best record in the much tougher Western conference.  The Lakers have beaten Oklahoma City in the first round then moved up to beat the Utah Jazz in the conference semi-finals.  They faced Steve Nash's Phoenix Suns in the conference finals and beat them with a 4-2 standing. 


Looking at both teams' current lineup, the LA Lakers still has the advantage in the sports books.  With a formidable frontline of Andrew Bynum, Pao Gasol and Lamad Odom against an aging Kevin Garnett, Kendrick Perkins and an ancient Rasheed Wallace; it wouldn't be surprising if people bet on the Los Angeles Lakers. 


It should also be noted that the first game is played at the Staples Center.  Another heavy advantage right there.  With a packed arena of screaming Hollywood celebrities and fans alike, it is a definite factor in boosting the team's morale, putting another notch in favor of the Lakers. 


Lastly, the Lakers have Kobe Bryant.  He is currently the best player in this finals matchup and arguably the best player in the league.  He came into the playoffs with a 27 point season average.  Coming into the finals, he averaged 29.4 points.  He is the go to guy of his team and is considered “Kobe Factor” in NBA sports betting.  Probably the most dominant force of either teams in this 2010 NBA finals. 


With the Los Angeles Lakers winning game one, the sports betting odds in the sports books won't change much going into game two of this finals matchup.  With the momentum now going on for the Lakers, the Celtics is now facing an insurmountable challenge.  They wouldn't want to come home in game three with a 0-2 finals standing.  The Lakers will still be the heavily favored pick in game two and will probably still be the favorite team coming into game three, with probably just a few minor odds adjustments. 


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NBA: The end is near for Chicago
2010-04-27

Last season, the Chicago Bulls pushed the Boston Celtics to the brink of a first round playoff exit, losing a classic series in seven games. It certainly doesn’t look as if the Bulls have that type of effort ready for 2010 versus the Cleveland Cavaliers. LeBron James has been his usual sterling self in getting his team to within one win of advancing to the second round. The decisive game could be Tuesday night in Cleveland, and Sportsbook.com oddsmakers weren’t shy in showing their support for the hosts, listing the Cavs as 12-point chalk.

The confidence with which the Cleveland Cavaliers play is flabbergasting. For three quarters of Game 3, Chicago took the action to Cleveland, holding a double digit lead most of the time. The Bulls were the aggressor and it appeared Cavs players were satisfied with their less than full effort. In the fourth quarter the Cavs came storming back with LeBron taking over the offense and his teammates knocking down three-pointers, finally succumbing by just two points 108-106, as Chicago made their free throws late.

The most stunning aspect of the closeness of that contest was the reaction of James and his teammates, not long faces from losing a game they could have won by playing all 48 minutes, but they were smiling, with a almost maniacal grin of “Oh man, we almost got’em, we’ll take care of this later”.

There were no smiles before Game 4 as King James led a tyrant army of mercenaries into the United Center and blew away their Windy City counterparts by 22. Cleveland returns home to end the series and is 18-6 ATS after a blowout win by 20 points or more.

Cleveland is starting to reap the rewards for trading for Antawn Jamison, who scored 24 points in Game 2. Jamison is highly respected around the league and didn’t come to Cleveland to improve his legacy, but rather to get a championship ring. At 33, Jamison is sensing his basketball mortality.

“This is an opportunity of a lifetime,” he said. “I don’t have another five or 10 years left in this body. The sense of urgency is there, not only with myself but with the rest of these guys. That’s why I think it’s a great fit because we all have the same mentality. We are all trying to accomplish the same thing—right now. We’re not trying to wait until next year or the year after that.” The Cavs have covered 42 of their previous 66 playoff games.

Chicago is also sensing their mortality, about this season. Star guard Derrick Rose missed practice Monday to undergo an MRI on his right ankle and forward Luol Deng sat out with a sore knee and calf. The Bulls are once again dozen points underdogs and hope to hit enough shots to improve on a 19-10 ATS record revenging a same season loss.

The Cavaliers will look to polish this series off and most likely go on to face Boston next. They are 17-7 UNDER after winning by 20 or more points, with average margin of victory 13.9 points for this 8:00E TNT broadcast.

The StatFox Power Line shows Cleveland by 12, matching the number.