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It’s another Thursday in the world of NBA betting action, and here at Bang the Book, we’re taking advantage of the light day on the slate to look back at the week that was with its highest and lowest moments against the NBA odds.
The New York Knicks have had five days off to prepare for Thursday night’s key TNT NBA betting affair, as they travel to the United Center to take on the Chicago Bulls.
The 2010 NBA betting campaign gets started for the Chicago Bulls and the Oklahoma City Thunder on Wednesday night, as two of the youngest, bright teams in the league will meet to kick it all off.
My, how the face of this division changed in a heartbeat! The departure of F LeBron James from the Cleveland Cavaliers has really left this division in flux. This is perhaps the most open of the six divisions this year, though there is an odds on favorite to look at. This could be a division full of surprises though, and is certainly one that you are going to want to keep a close eye on when analyzing the NBA odds for 2010-11.
NBA Free Agency kicks off July 1 and teams have been waiting years for this exact day. BroburySports.com has odds on where all the top players will play their first game of the NBA regular season.
Just when it looked like the Cleveland Cavaliers might have some trouble with the Chicago Bulls, LeBron James stepped up with the most dominating performance of the postseason.
The Cavaliers aim to build on the momentum from their huge Game 4 win when they tip off with the Bulls in Game 5 of their Eastern Conference first round series on Tuesday night at Quicken Loans Arena.
Today in the Daily Sports Roundup: The Cavaliers look to put a stranglehold on the Bulls, the Yankees close out their series with the Athletics, the Penguins can finish off the Senators, and the Zurich Classic of New Orleans begins.
The NBA playoffs start this weekend, and most eyes are on the favorites – the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Los Angeles Lakers.
The Cavaliers (61-21 SU, 38-43-1 ATS) open the first round on Saturday afternoon against the Chicago Bulls (41-41 SU, 42-38-2 ATS), while the Lakers (57-25 SU, 33-46-3 ATS) kick off Sunday’s action with Game 1 of their first-round set against the Oklahoma City Thunder (50-32 SU, 48-34 ATS).
A look at how the Chicago Bulls and Cleveland Cavaliers stack up against each other in their first round NBA playoff betting duel.
The Chicago Bulls and the Boston Celtics have put together possibly one of the best opening round playoff series in history. Tuesday night’s game was just another example of how exciting the last 5 games have been. The Celtics and the Bulls went into overtime for the 3rd time in 5 games and it was the 4th game that the margin of victory has been 3 points or less. The basketball slugfest has become the first series in postseason history to have 3 overtimes. Late in the 4th quarter in Tuesday night’s game the Bulls were faced with an inbounds play with less than 10 seconds remaining. Chicago Coach Vinny Del Negro drew up a perfect play which allowed Brad Miller to roll towards the basket wide open and seemed to have an easy two point lay-up. However, Miller was fouled rather hard by Boston guard Rajon Rondo. After review of the play, the foul could have easily been called intentional as Rondo’s hand came across Miller’s face leaving him with a mouth full of blood. Miller went on to miss both free throws even though the 2nd miss was on purpose and Boston got the rebound which gave them a 3-2 lead in the series. The Bulls now have their back against the wall, but judging how well they have played it would be surprising if this series does not see a Game 7.