NBA 2021

If you guys want a layup tonight take Denver TT over 112. Joker MPJ and Howard going to play a lot of minutes no Gordon or Facu meaning theres going to be a shitload of offense and hardly any defense they should put up 120 easy.

Oh god not Howard. That dude is the worst player to hit the floor for the Nuggets in a long time. Check out his +/- stats even though he's playing garbage time usually. They would be better off putting Bol at PG than Howard.
 
Oh god not Howard. That dude is the worst player to hit the floor for the Nuggets in a long time. Check out his +/- stats even though he's playing garbage time usually. They would be better off putting Bol at PG than Howard.
Just like everybody else he's a lot better when playing with Joker all he's got to do tonight is catch and shoot. Monte is playing so when Jokers not in he'll handling the ball.
 
Just like everybody else he's a lot better when playing with Joker all he's got to do tonight is catch and shoot. Monte is playing so when Jokers not in he'll handling the ball.

Bol is better at catch and shoot too. Howard is like the student manager who should only get into the last minutes of a senior game blowout.
 
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Atlanta over NEW YORK

7:05 PM EST. There’s so much to discuss here but let’s start off with the Knicks being about the hottest commodity in the NBA for an extended period of time. No team in the NBA cashed more tickets than the Knicks (64.3%) this entire season and you can add another 15% to that to make it look closer to 80% in the final month of the regular season. To suggest New York’s stock is high would be an understatement yet on this gorgeous Sunday, where everyone on the East Coast will be outside enjoying the weather, the oddsmakers opened with the Knicks being a -1 point favorite in the prime-time spot of the day. On this gorgeous, early Sunday spring day, nobody gives a fuck about the first two afternoon games but bettors will be flocking to their TV’s to watch the Knicks/Hawks at 7, followed by Memphis/Utah at 9:30. Point is, very few will be betting the Hawks because the oddsmakers made the Knicks, the hottest team in North American sports, such an appealing choice at home.

There is talk in the media (listen to Stephen A if you want to vomit), that the Knicks are back baby, that they have a chance to get to the finals this year in such a wide open field, yet the oddsmakers have the Knicks listed at 70-1 to win it all and 36-1 to make it to the East Finals. Raise your hand if you have already bet that. Of course you have, who wouldn’t? Nets +240, Milwaukee 6-1, Knicks +70-1? Seriously? The point once again is that the Knicks look like a gift but the Futures prices suggest the oddsmakers give the Knicks almost no chance of advancing past the second round, should they even get by the first round. You have to understand that we’re not discussing some small market team here with little exposure. The New York Knicks are getting a galaxy of media coverage and positive press. We promise you that the media has massive influence on market perception. By the time this one tips off at 7:00 PM or thereabouts, one can expect to be spotting a point or two more so if you’re on the Knicks, bet it now. If you’re with us on Atlanta, wait until you consume your last BBQ baby back rib, then bet it.

We would be remiss to not mention other fodder that the media and market is salivating over regarding the Knicks’ chances against Atlanta. The Knicks fashioned a 3-0 regular-season sweep of the Hawks. Oddsmakers couldn’t care less, as they could have opened this game at -2½ New York and not swayed a single wager. By game time, the efficient market will very likely have this price up to -2½ anyway.

A good way to win the series is to win Game 1 on the road. The shooters surrounding Clint Capela for the Hawks – Trae Young, Bogan Bogdanovic, Danilo Gallinari, LouWilliams – are more reliable than the shooters surrounding New York’s Julius Randle. The Knicks went 16-4 straight up in their last 20 games. Again, they owned the NBA’s best point-spread record, making them the most underrated team in the league...for the first 72 games but the gig is up. The line is screaming that the market is about to pay the price so let’s try and take advantage of the Knicks being the most overvalued team in the playoffs. It’s also worth noting that despite being an underdog in Game 1 and despite New York having a home court edge and despite the media gushing all over the Knicks, Atlanta is favored to win the series. Friends, if we read between the lines, Atlanta is the prudent play to a large degree.

The wagers are as follows:

If you are able to: Bet365 offers Game and series double at +200 (That is our 2 unit wager).



If you can’t do that, we’re suggesting Atlanta in Game 1 @ +112 or thereabouts.

If the Knicks win Game 1, come back with a Series bet on Atlanta before Game 2.

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Atlanta over NEW YORK

7:05 PM EST. There’s so much to discuss here but let’s start off with the Knicks being about the hottest commodity in the NBA for an extended period of time. No team in the NBA cashed more tickets than the Knicks (64.3%) this entire season and you can add another 15% to that to make it look closer to 80% in the final month of the regular season. To suggest New York’s stock is high would be an understatement yet on this gorgeous Sunday, where everyone on the East Coast will be outside enjoying the weather, the oddsmakers opened with the Knicks being a -1 point favorite in the prime-time spot of the day. On this gorgeous, early Sunday spring day, nobody gives a fuck about the first two afternoon games but bettors will be flocking to their TV’s to watch the Knicks/Hawks at 7, followed by Memphis/Utah at 9:30. Point is, very few will be betting the Hawks because the oddsmakers made the Knicks, the hottest team in North American sports, such an appealing choice at home.

There is talk in the media (listen to Stephen A if you want to vomit), that the Knicks are back baby, that they have a chance to get to the finals this year in such a wide open field, yet the oddsmakers have the Knicks listed at 70-1 to win it all and 36-1 to make it to the East Finals. Raise your hand if you have already bet that. Of course you have, who wouldn’t? Nets +240, Milwaukee 6-1, Knicks +70-1? Seriously? The point once again is that the Knicks look like a gift but the Futures prices suggest the oddsmakers give the Knicks almost no chance of advancing past the second round, should they even get by the first round. You have to understand that we’re not discussing some small market team here with little exposure. The New York Knicks are getting a galaxy of media coverage and positive press. We promise you that the media has massive influence on market perception. By the time this one tips off at 7:00 PM or thereabouts, one can expect to be spotting a point or two more so if you’re on the Knicks, bet it now. If you’re with us on Atlanta, wait until you consume your last BBQ baby back rib, then bet it.

We would be remiss to not mention other fodder that the media and market is salivating over regarding the Knicks’ chances against Atlanta. The Knicks fashioned a 3-0 regular-season sweep of the Hawks. Oddsmakers couldn’t care less, as they could have opened this game at -2½ New York and not swayed a single wager. By game time, the efficient market will very likely have this price up to -2½ anyway.

A good way to win the series is to win Game 1 on the road. The shooters surrounding Clint Capela for the Hawks – Trae Young, Bogan Bogdanovic, Danilo Gallinari, LouWilliams – are more reliable than the shooters surrounding New York’s Julius Randle. The Knicks went 16-4 straight up in their last 20 games. Again, they owned the NBA’s best point-spread record, making them the most underrated team in the league...for the first 72 games but the gig is up. The line is screaming that the market is about to pay the price so let’s try and take advantage of the Knicks being the most overvalued team in the playoffs. It’s also worth noting that despite being an underdog in Game 1 and despite New York having a home court edge and despite the media gushing all over the Knicks, Atlanta is favored to win the series. Friends, if we read between the lines, Atlanta is the prudent play to a large degree.

The wagers are as follows:

If you are able to: Bet365 offers Game and series double at +200 (That is our 2 unit wager).



If you can’t do that, we’re suggesting Atlanta in Game 1 @ +112 or thereabouts.

If the Knicks win Game 1, come back with a Series bet on Atlanta before Game 2.

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Atlanta SU winna!
 
"Highest public concentrations...

NY Yankees -173 & PHI/MIA OV7 (-102)

Brooklyn -9 & DAL/LAC OV215.5

Carolina -197 & TOR/MTL OV5.5 (-101)

Prices are where the highest concentrations exist. Current price may be much better or worse."
 
L.A. LAKERS -6½ over Phoenix

3:35 PM EST. Interesting, isn’t it that the NBA decided to make Brooklyn/Boston & Clippers/Mavs the prime time games and not Lebron vs Chris Paul? You see, Lakers/Suns is mostly Men against Boys. L.A. is taller, longer and wider. “Threepoint Lebron” is turning into “Drive to the Hoop Lebron” with the bell of the playoffs having rung. In Game 3, all of Anthony Davis’ 10 field goals in the paint were either assisted, or came after offensive rebounds. Prior to Game 1, we said, ‘Bad series to be Deandre Ayton of the Suns, and yet they won that game when the Lakers shot horribly, but on balance, Phoenix’s lone “rim protector” has too much to do.

The Lakers blueprint for winning is to let Chris Paul shoot and focus more attention on Devin Booker. Whatever strategy the Lakers are employing, it seems to be getting progressively worse for the Suns. Maybe Monty Williams will go super-small and put another guard on the floor to see if quickness and outside shooting can overcome the Lakers’ inside dominance. We shall see but will it really matter? The Lakers are forcing the Suns to alter their plans and that’s never a good thing in Game 4 on the road against a Lebron James-led team.

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Favs are an astounding 11-2 ATS in the past 4 days. With Atlanta up by 25 late it looks like they'll soon be on a 12-2 ATS run. Let's see if the Suns can put a dent in this run.
 

ComptrBob

EOG Dedicated
Favs are an astounding 11-2 ATS in the past 4 days. With Atlanta up by 25 late it looks like they'll soon be on a 12-2 ATS run. Let's see if the Suns can put a dent in this run.

Your goofball buddy went 0-6, let's see if he can put a dent in that.
 
Can't be looking to good- down 22 units for MLB.

Looking at the big picture he was up over +110 units last year & had winning years in 9 of past 11 years, so that looks quite superb. As well as being up much more in units than that in his overall betting history. And having a overall historically recorded plus units record in most, if not all, sports.

Lost units in Golf past 2 weeks, never updated, lol

I sent him a message about that. He recently noted that when there's a mistake re his records he gets many messages. Except when it's an error that is unfavorable to him hardly anyone comments. LOL.
 

ouch

EOG Veteran
It is virtually a whole new ballgame with the 8 teams that are remaining in the playoffs.

Between them, there hasn't been an NBA championship won since the 76'ers did it in 1983. In fact, 5 of these teams have never won a championship.

The Bucks won it in 1971 (with Kareem).....the Hawks won it in 1958 when they played in St. Louis, and the Sixers won in 1967 and the aforementioned 1983 season. (And maybe include 1955 when the Sixers franchise was playing in Syracuse as the Nationals.

It's kinda nice to see a new cast of characters.
 

ouch

EOG Veteran
Imagine a Brooklyn vs. Atlanta Eastern Conference final.

Do you think there would be a little offense in that series?

The over/under would be off the chart for an NBA playoff game.

The Sixers still might have something to say about that though.
 
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