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2013 Week 10 College Football Lines & Weekly Breakdown

October 31st, 2013 by Chad A. Dawkins | Posted in College Football   Comments Off on 2013 Week 10 College Football Lines & Weekly Breakdown
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The Complete List of Week 10 College Football Lines Can Be Found Below

Below you will find all the current week 10 2013 College Football lines for the upcoming weekend of action.  All the NCAA football bettors and sports fans will get their fill of quality action this weekend as there is one conference matchup between two teams in the top 10 with huge BCS implications. There are also a couple of key conference tilts in the Big 10, PAC 12, and Big 12 conferences that will get plenty of attention from the betting public.

Week 10 College Football Lines For Friday, November 1, 2013

USC at Oregon St (-5) @ 9:00 pm EST
The USC Trojans will head to Corvallis, Oregon to take on the Oregon State Beavers in a Friday night PAC-12 clash. The Trojans are off an impressive win against Utah, while the Beavers are off a home loss against Stanford. Oregon St is currently a 5 point favorite receiving 95% of the action. The key matchup in this one is the USC defense  against the nations leading passer, Sean Mannion. This game should receive a good amount of action being the only football game on Friday.

Week 10 College Football Lines  Saturday, November 2, 2013

Mississippi St at #16 South Carolina (-13) @ 12:21 pm EST
South Carolina, is coming off a big win at previously unbeaten Missouri, will host Mississippi St in an SEC tilt. Mississippi St escaped with a win last week against SEC bottom feeder Kentucky, and will definitely have to be on their ‘A’ game if they want to hang with the Gamecocks. Mississippi St almost upset the Gamecocks last year, so it will be a challenge for Steve Spurrier’s squad to avoid a letdown after such a big win.

#21 Michigan at #24 Michigan St. (-4.5) @ 3:30 pm EST
The interstate rivalry will take place in a key Big 10 matchup, as the Michigan Wolverines travel to East Lansing to take on the Michigan St Spartans. Oddsmakers have made the Spartans a 4.5 point favorite. Last years game was a low scoring affair in Ann Arbor, as the Wolverines escaped with a 12-10 win. Michigan will be looking to take sole possession of 1st place in the Big 10 legends division.

West Virginia at TCU (-13.5) @ 3:30 pm EST
A matchup of two 3-5 teams will meet in Forth Worth, Texas as the West Virginia Mountaineers face the TCU Horned Frogs. The TCU Horned Frogs have been somewhat of a disappointment this year, and at times, it’s looked like West Virginia has overachieved at times. When these two teams met up last year, TCU won 39-38 in one of the more entertaining games of the year. This year, West Virginia has beaten Oklahoma St outright, and been competitive against Oklahoma and Texas Tech. This one should be interesting.

Georgia (-2.5) at Florida @ 3:30 pm EST Everbank Field, Jacksonville, FL
Who would have thought these two teams would be out of the top 25 at this point in the season? Regardless of the standings, it is certain that the “World’s Largest Cocktail Party” will garner a lot of betting action on Saturday. Georgia RB Todd Gurley is aiming for a return in this one after an extended absence. Georgia won this contest last year 17-9.

#18 Oklahoma St at #15 Texas Tech (-2) @ 4:00 pm EST
The Texas Tech Red Raiders will be looking to rebound after suffering their first loss of the season at the hands of Oklahoma. The Red Raiders are 2 point favorites hosting the Oklahoma St. Cowboys in Lubbock, Texas. The Cowboys are rolling as of late, winning 3 straight against Kansas St, TCU, and Iowa St. The Red Raiders will be looking for revenge, as they were throttled in Stillwater last year, 59-21.

#11 Auburn (-9) at Arkansas @ 6:00 pm EST
The Auburn Tigers will be traveling to Fayetteville to face the Arkansas Razorbacks in an SEC matchup. The Razorbacks are currently a 9 point home underdog. Auburn avoided the letdown bug by taking care of business against FAU. Two SEC road games are on for the Tigers, as they travel to Fayetteville this week, and head to Tennessee next week.

Tennessee at #9 Missouri (-11) @ 7:00 pm EST
Two SEC teams will be looking to get back in the win column, as the Tennessee Volunteers travel to Columbia, to face the Missouri Tigers. Missouri’s dreams of an undefeated came crashing down last week, losing in overtime to South Carolina. Tennessee suffered the same outcome, however, their loss wasn’t as close, getting blasted 35-10 to #1 Alabama. Missouri, favored by 11, won at Tennessee last year in a wild one, 51-48, so Tennessee will be looking even the score.

#7 Miami FL at #3 Florida St (-22) @ 8:00 pm EST
Two unbeaten teams meet up in an ACC matchup with big time BCS implications. It’s pretty significant that the top 2 teams out of the state of Florida do not involve an SEC team. To say Florida St hasn’t been impressive is an understatement. Florida St is a 22 point favorite, and is getting about 51% of tickets at this point. Florida St was passed up in BCS standings by Oregon last week, so style points will most certainly be in play. Miami has squeaked out their last 2 wins against North Carolina, and Wake Forest respectively. Emotions will without a doubt be running high in this one. Florida St has dominated every opponent for the most part this year for the most part, while Miami has somewhat played down to it’s competition as of late.

Below Are The Week 10 College Football Lines @ JustBet Sportsbook (as of 10/30/13):
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Week 10 College Football Lines For Thursday, October 31, 2013
           
Time # Teams Spread Total Odds
7:00 PM 305 SOUTH FLORIDA  +18½-110  o53½-110  +760
  306 HOUSTON U  -18½-110  u53½-110  -1200
           
7:30 PM 307 RICE  +3½-110  o53-110  +155
  308 NORTH TEXAS  -3½-110  u53-110  -175
           
7:30 PM 309 UL MONROE  +3-110  o60½-120  +130
  310 TROY  -3-110  u60½EV  -150
           
10:30 PM 311 ARIZONA STATE  -12-110  o71½-110  -480
  312 WASHINGTON STATE  +12-110  u71½-110  +375
           
           
Week 10 College Football Lines For Friday, November 1, 2013
           
Time # Teams Spread Total Odds
9:00 PM 313 USC  +3½-110  o52½-110  +155
  314 OREGON STATE  -3½-110  u52½-110  -175
           
           
Week 10 College Football Lines For Saturday, November 2, 2013
           
Time # Teams Spread Total Odds
3:30 PM 315 CLEMSON  -17-110  o54½-110  -750
  316 VIRGINIA  +17-110  u54½-110  +540
           
12:00 PM 317 VIRGINIA TECH  -4½-110  o41-110  -190
  318 BOSTON COLLEGE  +4½-110  u41-110  +162
           
7:00 PM 319 EASTERN MICHIGAN  +31-110  o66½-110  +1700
  320 TOLEDO  -31-110  u66½-110  -5000
           
3:30 PM 323 KENT STATE  +1-110  o52½-110  
  324 AKRON  -1-110  u52½-110  
           
12:00 PM 325 TEMPLE  +13-110  o55½-110  +360
  326 RUTGERS  -13-110  u55½-110  -460
           
12:00 PM 327 ILLINOIS  +10-110  o56-110  +280
  328 PENN STATE  -10-110  u56-110  -340
           
7:00 PM 329 PITTSBURGH U  +10-110  o53½-110  +290
  330 GEORGIA TECH  -10-110  u53½-110  -350
           
12:30 PM 331 WAKE FOREST  +3½-110  o51-110  +150
  332 SYRACUSE  -3½-110  u51-110  -175
           
1:00 PM 333 WESTERN KENTUCKY  -19½-110  o55½-110  -1200
  334 GEORGIA STATE  +19½-110  u55½-110  +760
           
7:00 PM 335 TENNESSEE U  +10-110  o55-110  +295
  336 MISSOURI  -10-110  u55-110  -360
           
3:30 PM 337 IOWA STATE  +16-110  o51½-110  +565
  338 KANSAS STATE  -16-110  u51½-110  -800
           
12:00 PM 339 SOUTHERN MISS  +31-110  o56-110  +1800
  340 MARSHALL  -31-110  u56-110  -6000
           
9:00 PM 341 UTEP  +45½-110  o76½-110  
  342 TEXAS A&M  -45½-110  u76½-110  
           
1:00 PM 343 MIDDLE TENN ST  -3½-110  o62½-110  -170
  344 UAB  +3½-110  u62½-110  +145
           
3:30 PM 345 TEX SAN ANTONIO  +3EV  o53½-110  +130
  346 TULSA  -3-120  u53½-110  -150
           
12:00 PM 347 ARMY  PK-110  o55-110  
  348 AIR FORCE  PK-110  u55-110  
           
3:30 PM 349 WEST VIRGINIA  +12½-110  o45½-110  +360
  350 TCU  -12½-110  u45½-110  -460
           
 AT EVERBANK FIELD, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA   
3:30 PM 351 GEORGIA  -3EV  o47-110  -140
  352 FLORIDA  +3-120  u47-110  +120
           
3:30 PM 353 ARIZONA U  -16-110  o66½-110  -600
  354 CALIFORNIA  +16-110  u66½-110  +450
           
8:00 PM 355 MIAMI FLORIDA  +22-110  o61½-110  +990
  356 FLORIDA STATE  -22-110  u61½-110  -1800
           
12:00 PM 357 WISCONSIN  -9½-110  o48½-110  -340
  358 IOWA  +9½-110  u48½-110  +280
           
3:30 PM 359 MICHIGAN  +5½-110  o46½-110  +185
  360 MICHIGAN STATE  -5½-110  u46½-110  -225
           
12:00 PM 361 OHIO STATE  -31½-110  o56½-110  -6000
  362 PURDUE  +31½-110  u56½-110  +1800
           
3:30 PM 363 MINNESOTA U  +10-110  o65½-110  +295
  364 INDIANA  -10-110  u65½-110  -360
           
7:30 PM 365 COLORADO  +27-110  o57-110  +1500
  366 UCLA  -27-110  u57-110  -3500
           
3:30 PM 367 NAVY  +16-110  o48½-110  +550
  368 NOTRE DAME  -16-110  u48½-110  -800
           
6:00 PM 369 AUBURN  -7½-110  o54½-110  
  370 ARKANSAS  +7½-110  u54½-110  
           
7:30 PM 373 ARKANSAS STATE  +3EV  o63½-110  +140
  374 SOUTH ALABAMA  -3-120  u63½-110  -165
           
4:00 PM 375 HAWAII  +22½-110  o52½-110  +1100
  376 UTAH STATE  -22½-110  u52½-110  -2000
           
4:00 PM 377 SAN JOSE STATE  -4-110  o66-110  -180
  378 UNLV  +4-110  u66-110  +155
           
5:00 PM 379 NEW MEXICO STATE  +31½-110  o65½-110  
  380 UL LAFAYETTE  -31½-110  u65½-110  
           
5:00 PM 381 TEXAS STATE  -10½-110  o50-110  
  382 IDAHO  +10½-110  u50-110  
           
12:30 PM 383 NORTH CAROLINA  -4-110  o57½-110  -185
  384 NC STATE  +4-110  u57½-110  +165
           
3:30 PM 385 KANSAS  +27½-110  o52-110  
  386 TEXAS  -27½-110  u52-110  
           
7:00 PM 389 OKLAHOMA STATE  +2½-110  o66-110  +110
  390 TEXAS TECH  -2½-110  u66-110  -130
           
6:00 PM 391 EAST CAROLINA  -24½-110  o50½-110  
  392 FLORIDA INTL  +24½-110  u50½-110  
           
10:30 PM 393 NEVADA  +20-110  o73½-110  +850
  394 FRESNO STATE  -20-110  u73½-110  -1400
           
12:20 PM 395 MISSISSIPPI ST  +11½-110  o52-110  +355
  396 SOUTH CAROLINA  -11½-110  u52-110  -445
           
8:00 PM 397 BOISE STATE  -6½-110  o59½-110  -260
  398 COLORADO STATE  +6½-110  u59½-110  +215
           
8:00 PM 399 NEW MEXICO  +14½-110  o55-110  +485
  400 SAN DIEGO STATE  -14½-110  u55-110  -650

 

2013 Week 9 NFL Lines Breakdown – Current Week Nine NFL Odds

October 29th, 2013 by Travis Edwards (Bankroll Sports Contributor) | Posted in NFL Football   Comments Off on 2013 Week 9 NFL Lines Breakdown – Current Week Nine NFL Odds
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Listed below you will find the complete listing of all the NFL week 9 lines and spreads for all the upcoming games.

Thursday Night NFL Week 9 Lines For 10/31/2013

Cincinnati (-2.5, 42.5) at Miami – 8:25 EST

Week 9 of the NFL kicks off on Thursday night as the Cincinnati Bengals (6-2 SU, 5-2-1 ATS) travel to Miami to take on the Dolphins (3-4 SU, 3-4 ATS) a team on a 4 game losing streak. Currently 92% of bets are on Cincinnati, and 93.2% on the action is on the over. The Dolphins need a win, as their backs are against the wall. If this line climbs to 3 or 3.5, I would expect the sharp money to come in on the home dog in this on. The whole Mike Pouncey ordeal might be a big distraction in the locker room. Definitely not a good thing to be having on a short week.


Sunday Week 9 NFL Lines & Odds For 11/3/2013

Atlanta at Carolina (-7.5, 44) – 1:05pm EST

The struggling Atlanta Falcons (2-5 SU, 2-5 ATS) travel to Carolina to take on the Panthers (4-3 SU, 4-3 ATS), winners of four in a row. Currently 53% of the public is on the Atlanta Falcons and 89% of the action is on the over. Carolina’s defense has been stellar as of late, and that could pose a problem for an Atlanta team that is struggling on offense. I would expect some sharp money to come in on the Falcons, as this is a key divisional game.

Minnesota at Dallas (-10, 47.5) – 1:05pm EST

The Minnesota Vikings (1-6 SU, 2-5 ATS) will head to Dallas to take on the Cowboys (4-4 SU, 7-1 ATS). Currently, about 65% of the bets are on the Cowboys, and 100% of the public is on the over. It will be interesting to see how Dallas responds after the heartbreaking defeat they suffered in Detroit. I would expect that this number will climb up to 12 or 13, and in that case, the sharps might jump in and take the dog in this one.

New Orleans (-5, 45) at New York (AFC) – 1:05pm EST

The New York Jets (4-4 SU, 5-3 ATS) will be looking to rebound from a 40 point loss as the New Orleans Saints (6-1 SU, 5-2 ATS) come to Met Life stadium. Currently 95% of the bets are on New Orleans, and 87% of the action is on the over, which is no surprise. The Jet defense will have their hands full with Saints offense.  If this number continues to climb, the sharp money will without a doubt be on the home dog.

Tennessee (-3, 39.5) at St. Louis – 1:05pm EST

The Tennessee Titans (3-1 SU, 4-2-1 ATS) head to St. Louis to take on the Rams, who are on a short week after a Monday night loss. Currently, 77% of the bets are on Tennesee, who is off a bye week. As far as the total, 66% of the action is on the under. I would have to expect that this line will climb, as teams that have played Seattle don’t fare well the following week. Arizona was the first team to win after playing Seattle, but they played the Seahawks on a Thursday night, so they had more time to recover.

Kansas City (-3, 40.5) at Buffalo 1:05pm EST

The only remaining undefeated team, Kansas City (7-0 SU, 5-3 ATS), will be taking on the Buffalo Bills (3-5 SU, 5-3 ATS) at Ralph Wilson stadium. The Chiefs are 3-0 ATS on the road, while the Bills are 4-0 ATS at home. Currently, around 78% of the public is on the Chiefs, which should come at no surprise. If this week 9 line climbs to 3.5 or 4, I would have to think that the sharp money will be on the home dog. This might be a bad spot for Kansas City, as they have a bye week the following week, and  a divisional game against Denver the next week.

San Diego (Pick, 51.5) at Washington 1:05pm EST

The San Diego Chargers, fresh off a bye, head to Washington for a 1 p.m. EST start to take on the Redskins. 77% of the public is on the Chargers, who will be traveling East for an early start for the third time this year. Surprisingly, the Chargers are 2-0 in those games, while in the past, they’ve struggled in early starts. It will be interesting to see the line movement, as I suspect this line to close at -1 or -2. Definitely will have to monitor the health of RG III.

Tampa Bay at Seattle (-16.5, 40) 4:05pm EST

The Seattle Seahawks (7-1 SU, 5-3 ATS) will host the winless Tampa Bay Buccaneers (0-7 SU, 1-6 ATS). The Seahawks will be looking to rebound off a sloppy performance on Monday night against St. Louis. This line will continue to climb, as oddsmakers will continue to force bettors to pay a premium on Seattle at home.

Baltimore (-2.5, 41) at Cleveland 4:25pm EST

The Cleveland Browns (3-5 SU, 4-3 ATS) will host the Baltimore Ravens (3-4 SU, 4-3 ATS) in a key AFC North matchup. The Browns, currently an underdog, gave Kansas City all they could handle in week 8, and should give the Ravens a tough challenge as well. The last time these teams met in Week 2, Baltimore got the win, 14-6, however Cleveland was very competitive in the game. If this line climbs to 3 or 3.5, the sharp money will definitely be on Cleveland.

Pittsburgh at New England (-7, 44) – 4:25pm EST

New England (6-2, 4-4 ATS) are favored by a touchdown at home against the Pittsburgh Steelers (2-5 SU, 2-5 ATS). New England has won 2 out of the last 3 in this series. Pittsburgh has won 2 of the past 3 meetings in this series. Both teams are totally different since these teams last met. Check the status of Aqib Talib, because he is a difference maker in this secondary. When was the last time you could say that the Patriots have a better defense than the Steelers? That looks to be the case here. New England is currently getting about 76% of the action. If the line climbs above a touchdown, expect the sharps to come in on the dog.

Indianapolis (-2.5, 44.5) at Houston – 8:30pm EST

Both the Colts (5-2 SU, 4-3 ATS) and Texans (2-5 SU, 1-6 SU) are coming off a bye week. Currently, the Colts are 2.5 point favorites, are receiving about 90% of the action. This will be a very interesting matchup, as this will be the Colts’ first game without Reggie Wayne, Andrew Lucks’ main target. Check the status of both Arian Foster and Ben Tate for Houston. If this line should climb to 3 or 3.5, the sharp money will without a doubt be on the Texans, as they are really not as bad as their record would indicate.

Monday Night Football Week 9 NFL Lines For 11/3/2013

Chicago at Green Bay (-10.5, 49.5) 8:30pm – EST

The Chicago Bears (4-3 SU) visit the Green Bay Packers (5-2 SU, 4-3 ATS) in an NFC North divisional tilt. The Packers have been on a roll as of late, despite multiple injuries to key players on offense. This will be Chicago’s first game without starting QB Jay Cutler, who is out for a month with a groin injury. Josh McCown will get the start for Chicago. It will be interesting to see how this Bears defense responds with the starting QB out, because the rest of the team needs to step up. The Packers are getting about 52% of the action. There might be some value on Chicago at this number, and it should stay around 10 or 10.5.

2014 NBA Finals Odds & Picks – Odds to win the NBA Finals

October 28th, 2013 by Travis Edwards (Bankroll Sports Contributor) | Posted in NBA Basketball   Comments Off on 2014 NBA Finals Odds & Picks – Odds to win the NBA Finals
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NBA ChampionshipWith so much football action on the docket, many people forget that the 2014 NBA Basketball season is just a few short days away.  Here at Bankroll Sports, we are very excited for the upcoming season and look forward to bringing you lots of free NBA picks and basketball handicapping advice.

Listed at the bottom of this article/page you will find the current odds to win the NBA finals in 2014 from some of the best sportsbooks on the web.  As sports betting enthusiasts who get to speak with very sharp handicapping wiseguys daily, such as the Bankroll Sports expert, we wouldn’t feel like we were doing our part if we didn’t offer you some sensible advise before displaying the full list of NBA Championship odds for 2014.

It’s obvious that the Miami Heat are the obvious and clear cut favorites this year, the casual bettor may look at the list of teams and assume there isn’t any value anywhere else.  Some squares may actually assume that the three-peat is inevitable and may actually take the Miami Heat’s NBA finals odds at 2 to 1 (Diamond Sportsbook).

The truth is that the 2 to 1 price on the Miami Heat is basically the sportsbooks sending a message that says; “We took a bath on the Heat last year & we’re not letting that happen again”.

Last season, the heat went off at 6 to 1 to win the NBA Finals and the Vegas sportsbooks tried to lure the sports betting public into playing them.  They paid the price for it.  This year, they aren’t feeling so generous after LeBron James & Dwyane Wade made a mockery of the entire league last season.  While the Heat’s chances of winning the NBA finals look extremely high, they aren’t without some flaws and a 50% chance (which is what 2 to 1 truly is) is a little higher than it should be.  When you account for possible freak injuries and unforeseen circumstances, the 2 to 1 number starts to appear a bit ridiculous.  Therefore, if you are going to make a future bet for someone to win the NBA 2014 NBA Championship, we advise you to look for value elsewhere.

Our advice is look at the teams that were almost there last year and might push themselves over the hump in 2014. Always remember when betting futures that if the favorite is absurdly high, you can usually find a lot more value down the board.  There are a some other contenders that we feel have some value.

We feel that the Los Angeles Clippers are worth taking a serious look at.  You’ll find the Clippers at a very lofty 10 to 1 or higher at a lot of books.  The Clips re-inked their superstar point guard in Chris Paul and look to be trying to add more experienced role players rather than star power.  There were some rumors that that Clippers were looking to trade Blake Griffin, but we believe the team was just doing their due-diligence and testing the market to see what they could get in return.  It goes without saying that Blake Griffin along with DeAndre Jordon currently make up one of the best front-courts in the league.  They also needed a bit more experience out of the guards in 2013 and want to add a solid three-point shooter.  They got just that in guards, JJ Reddick and Jared Dudley. When you add in their acquisition of Doc Rivers, who is no stranger to playoff success, we feel that 2014 may be the year that the Clipper find their groove and make a run at a Championship.  If the Clippers get hot early, those 10 to 1 odds could seem like a gift.

There was no NBA team more exciting than the Golden State Warriors who rallied their fan base last season.  They showed that they might have the best guards in the NBA.  Stephon Curry may be the best shooter in the game and his side-kick, Klay Thompson makes them a matchup nightmare.   Their post players in Andrew Bogut along with David Lee aren’t the league’s best, but they compliment the guards well.  They showed a lack of defense in 2014, but if you factor in their off-season signing of Andre Iguodla & new head coach Mark Jackson, sports fans in the Bay area may have reason to be excited for the NBA basketball playoffs again in 2013.  At around 30 to 1 to win the NBA Finals next year, the Warriors offer a very lofty price and may be worth a small play.

Current Odds To Win The 2014 NBA Finals @ JustBet Sportsbook (as of 10/22/13)
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PHILADELPHIA 76ERS: 725 to 1
CHARLOTTE BOBCATS: 1000 to 1
MILWAUKEE BUCKS: 450 to 1
CHICAGO BULLS: 9 to 1
CLEVELAND CAVALIERS: 80 to 1
BOSTON CELTICS: 175 to 1
LOS ANGELES CLIPPERS: 13 to 1
MEMPHIS GRIZZLIES: 33 to 1
ATLANTA HAWKS: 215 to 1
MIAMI HEAT: 2 to 1
UTAH JAZZ: 175 to 1
SACRAMENTO KINGS: 180 to 1
NEW YORK KNICKS: 27 to 1
LOS ANGELES LAKERS: 60 to 1
ORLANDO MAGIC: 950 to 1
DALLAS MAVERICKS: 75 to 1
NEW JERSEY NETS: 13 to 1
DENVER NUGGETS: 55 to 1
INDIANA PACERS: 10 to 1
NEW ORLEANS PELICANS: 130 to 1
DETROIT PISTONS: 130 to 1
TORONTO RAPTORS: 450 to 1
HOUSTON ROCKETS: 12 to 1
SAN ANTONIO SPURS: 11 to 1
PHOENIX SUNS: 650 to 1
OKLAHOMA CITY THUNDER: 6 to 1
MINNESOTA TIMBERWOLVES: 150 to 1
PORTLAND TRAILBLAZERS: 85 to 1
GOLDEN STATE WARRIORS: 23 to 1
WASHINGTON WIZARDS: 125 to 1

We aren’t exactly firm believers that the San Antonio Spurs are going to be in the thick of things once again next season. There are a bunch of teams in the Southwest Division that could overtake them, and that could leave the door open once again for the Oklahoma City Thunder (NBA Finals Odds: 6 to 1 @ JustBet Sportsbook). F Kevin Durant wasn’t able to get to the NBA Finals for the second straight season, but the fact of the matter is that he challenged one of the best teams in the West, the Memphis Grizzlies essentially all by himself. G Russell Westbrook will be back in the saddle after getting hurt in the playoffs.

List Of Past NBA Finals Champions
2013 NBA Champions: Miami Heat
2012 NBA Champions: Miami Heat
2011 NBA Champions: Dallas Mavericks
2010 NBA Champions: Los Angeles Lakers
2009 NBA Champions: Los Angeles Lakers
2008 NBA Champions: Boston Celtics
2007 NBA Champions: San Antonio Spurs
2006 NBA Champions: Miami Heat
2005 NBA Champions: San Antonio Spurs
2004 NBA Champions: Detroit Pistons
2003 NBA Champions: San Antonio Spurs
2002 NBA Champions: Los Angeles Lakers
2001 NBA Champions: Los Angeles Lakers
2000 NBA Champions: Los Angeles Lakers

As for the longshots, some may think it may be worth it to put a small play on Cleveland Cavaliers (Odds To Win 2014 NBA Championship: 120 to 1 @ 5 Dimes Sportsbook). Kyrie Irving is one of the best young guards in the NBA.  The Cavs are building a core of players that can compete in the Eastern Conference. While it’s clear there aren’t that many great teams in the Eastern conference, a good young team like the Cavs could surprise some people and make a run. If the Pacers were able to get the job done in the Central Division this past year, Cleveland could easily do it in 2013. Obviously we’re not saying that we actually believe Cleveland is going to win the NBA title in 2012. However, this is a team a we feel offers great value in their 2014 futures odds.

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Miami Heat – 1.75 to 1
Oklahoma City Thunder – 6 to 1
Chicago Bulls – 8 to 1
Brooklyn Nets – 11 to 1
Los Angeles Clippers – 12 to 1
Indiana Pacers – 13 to 1
San Antonio Spurs – 13 to 1
Houston Rockets – 14 to 1
Golden State Warriors – 23 to 1
New York Knicks – 29 to 1
Memphis Grizzlies – 32 to 1
Los Angeles Lakers – 44 to 1
Denver Nuggets – 58 to 1
Dallas Mavericks – 70 to 1
Cleveland Cavaliers – 120 to 1
Atlanta Hawks – 175 to 1
Minnesota Timberwolves – 175 to 1
Utah Jazz – 200 to 1
Detroit Pistons – 200 to 1
Portland Trail Blazers – 205 to 1
Boston Celtics – 210 to 1
New Orleans Pelicans – 210 to 1
Washington Wizards – 210 to 1
Milwaukee Bucks – 350 to 1
Sacramento Kings – 350 to 1
Toronto Raptors – 475 to 1
Philadelphia 76ers – 575 to 1
Phoenix Suns – 575 to 1
Charlotte Bobcats – 600 to 1
Orlando Magic – 600 to 1

2013 College Football Week 9 Lines – NCAA Football Week Nine Lines

October 23rd, 2013 by Richard Boyle (Bankroll Sports Contributor) | Posted in College Football   Comments Off on 2013 College Football Week 9 Lines – NCAA Football Week Nine Lines
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Below you will find all the current week 9 college football Missouri's Week 9 Lineslines for the upcoming weekend of action.  All the NCAA football bettors and sports fans will get their fill of quality action this weekend as there is a huge slate of televised college football matchups featuring several BCS top 25 programs.  With eight major conference teams still presently undefeated and almost of them with scheduled conference games, we are bound to see a big upset this weekend, causing the newly posted BCS rankings get shaken up after one week.  Some of the the big matchups that the sports betting public will likely be focusing in on this Saturday include the undefeated squads in the BCS top 5-10.

Wake Forest will head down to Florida to take on the undefeated #7 Miami Hurricanes.  The oddsmakers don’t expect much of a contest in this one.  The Demon Deacons are listed as a big 23.5 point road underdog in this noon (EST) game against the red hot Miami Hurricanes; who somehow escaped the wrath of the NCAA punishment squad this week.

At 3:30pm (EST), the newest Heisman odds favorite, Jameis Winston and his #2 BCS ranked, Florida State Seminoles, fresh off their big road win at Clemson last week, will play host to the Wolfpack of NC State.  Bettors who want to put their cash on the sensational freshman quarterback will have have a fun time laying 30+ points in a conference game.

In a massive SEC evening showdown at 7:00pm ET, the #20 South Carolina Gamecocks will head to Columbia, Missouri to take on the unbeaten & #5 ranked, Tigers.  This may be, arguably, the best game on the board, and SEC haters will have to watch another week of college football where one of the top two or three games on the day will be between SEC squads. Despite the big discrepancy in the two program’s rankings, the sportsbooks only have the undefeated Missouri Tigers listed as less than a field goal favorite at home against Steve Spurrier’s Gamecocks.  The state of Missouri also has a lot to cheer about lately, as the Kansas City Cheifs are 7-0 and the St. Louis Cardinals head to the World Series against the Boston Red Sox, starting on Wednesday, 10/23 (Check out the World Series Odds for this week).  We think all the excitement in the air may take the pressure off the Tigers on Saturday evening.

In an always riveting Big Ten contest, the Penn State Nittany Lions will travel to Columbus to take their shots at the #4 ranked, and undefeated Ohio State Buckeyes.  Ohio State bettors will be laying more than two touchdowns of chalk in this one.  The Braxton Miller led Buckeyes are listed as 14.5 point favorites at the Horseshoe.

The week 9 NCAA football lines also feature some fantastic matchups taking place out west this Saturday.  On Saturday night at 7:00pm ET, the one-loss UCLA Bruins will shoot up to Eugene to try and slow down the high octane Oregon offense.  Jim Mora’s Bruins face a very tough task as the unbeaten Ducks are averaging over 55 points a game this season.  The #3 ranked Ducks and the always spirited Autzen Stadium crowd will also be playing host to ESPN’s flagship program, College Gameday (as if UCLA’s defense wasn’t dreading this one already).

While all of the college football fans on the East Coast will have their focus on the BCS’s unbeaten squads, Saturday’s most exciting game to bet on & watch may actually feature two one-loss programs and have a late 10:30pm ET kickoff.  In what will likely be the most competitive game of the day, the very tenacious #6 Stanford Cardinals will visit Mike Riley’s confident Oregon State running attack.  The 5-1 Beavers are 4-0 in the Pac 12 this year.

Make sure to take a look at the complete list of NCAA football matchup and the full sheet of week 9 college football odds found below. If you require any assistance this week with your college football picks, feel free to purchase the premium card of NCAA football releases from our expert handicapping team.  They are having a great season thus far, and one day of releases from our professional handicappers will cost you only $19.95.

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2013 Week 9 College Football Lines for Thursday, 10/24/13

4:30 PM 105 KENTUCKY
106 MISSISSIPPI ST
         
4:30 PM 107 MARSHALL
108 MIDDLE TENN ST

2013 Week 9 College Football Lines for Friday, 10/25/13:

5:00 PM 109 BOISE STATE
110 BYU

Week 9 College Football Lines for Saturday, 10/27/13:

9:30 AM 111 GEORGIA TECH
112 VIRGINIA
         
9:00 AM 113 CONNECTICUT
114 CENTRAL FLORIDA
         
9:00 AM 115 BALL STATE
116 AKRON
         
11:00 AM 117 MIAMI OHIO
118 OHIO
         
12:30 PM 119 BUFFALO U
120 KENT STATE
         
12:00 PM 121 WESTERN MICHIGAN
122 MASSACHUSETTS
         
9:00 AM 123 HOUSTON U
124 RUTGERS
         
12:30 PM 125 BOSTON COLLEGE
126 NORTH CAROLINA
         
12:30 PM 127 CLEMSON
128 MARYLAND
         
12:30 PM 129 DUKE
130 VIRGINIA TECH
         
10:00 AM 131 PITTSBURGH U
132 NAVY
         
2:00 PM 133 UAB
134 TEX SAN ANTONIO
         
12:00 PM 135 TEMPLE
136 SMU
         
12:30 PM 137 EASTERN MICHIGAN
138 NO ILLINOIS
         
5:00 PM 139 ARIZONA U
140 COLORADO
         
9:20 AM 141 VANDERBILT
142 TEXAS A&M
         
4:30 PM 143 FLORIDA ATLANTIC
144 AUBURN
         
12:30 PM 145 TENNESSEE U
146 ALABAMA
         
4:00 PM 147 UCLA
148 OREGON
         
1:00 PM 149 UTAH
150 USC
         
12:30 PM 151 TULSA
152 TULANE
         
8:00 PM 153 CALIFORNIA
154 WASHINGTON U
         
12:45 PM 155 WEST VIRGINIA
156 KANSAS STATE
         
12:30 PM 157 MICHIGAN STATE
158 ILLINOIS
         
9:00 AM 159 WAKE FOREST
160 MIAMI FLORIDA
         
12:30 PM 161 NC STATE
162 FLORIDA STATE
         
12:30 PM 163 TEXAS TECH
164 OKLAHOMA
         
4:30 PM 165 TEXAS
166 TCU
         
9:00 AM 167 NORTHWESTERN
168 IOWA
         
3:00 PM 169 UNLV
170 NEVADA
         
4:00 PM 171 WYOMING
172 SAN JOSE STATE
         
7:30 PM 173 STANFORD
174 OREGON STATE
         
1:00 PM 175 TROY
176 WESTERN KENTUCKY
         
2:00 PM 177 NOTRE DAME
178 AIR FORCE
         
4:00 PM 179 GEORGIA STATE
180 UL MONROE
         
4:00 PM 181 SOUTH ALABAMA
182 TEXAS STATE
         
4:30 PM 183 IDAHO
184 MISSISSIPPI
         
4:00 PM 185 NORTH TEXAS
186 SOUTHERN MISS
         
3:00 PM 187 LOUISIANA TECH
188 FLORIDA INTL
         
4:00 PM 189 SOUTH CAROLINA
190 MISSOURI
         
9:00 AM 191 OKLAHOMA STATE
192 IOWA STATE
         
4:00 PM 193 BAYLOR
194 KANSAS
         
9:00 AM 195 NEBRASKA
196 MINNESOTA U
         
9:00 AM 197 LOUISVILLE
198 SOUTH FLORIDA
         
11:30 AM 199 TOLEDO
200 BOWLING GREEN
         
5:00 PM 201 PENN STATE
202 OHIO STATE
         
12:30 PM 203 UTEP
204 RICE
         
7:30 PM 205 FRESNO STATE
206 SAN DIEGO STATE
         
9:00 PM 207 COLORADO STATE
208 HAWAII

Added Week 9 College Football Lines for Saturday, 10/26/2013:

4:00 PM 241 FURMAN
242 LSU

2013 Week 8 NFL Football Lines Breakdown & Listing

October 22nd, 2013 by Travis Edwards (Bankroll Sports Contributor) | Posted in NFL Football   Comments Off on 2013 Week 8 NFL Football Lines Breakdown & Listing
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The weekend of NFL Football action kicks off week 8 with the traditional Thursday night matchup (airing on the NFL Network).  In our week eight Thursday night matchup, the inconsistent Carolina Panthers (3-3) fresh off a week seven rebound-win against the Rams, will head down to Tampa Bay to take on Greg Shiano’s winless Buccaneers; who will likely be without their star running back, Doug Martin. The Carolina Panthers are listed as six point road favorites in this matchup. Keep an eye on the Martin Injury as this could change as the week goes on.

There are only a three other road favorite / home underdogs on the week 8 NFL lines schedule. These road favorites include;

The (2-4 SU & ATS) Pittsburgh Steelers, who are laying a field goal in Oakland against the 2013 London Week 8 NFL GameRaiders.  The (2-4 SU) Raiders currently sit in the basement of the very surprising AFC West division.  The Steelers are currently 0-3 straight up and 1-2 ATS on the road this year and would likely not be a favorite away from Heinz field against very many teams.  The struggling Raiders are currently 2-1 (both SU & ATS) at home in 2013 and have treated their bettors well with an overall 4-2 ATS record.  The sharps will be looking to cash in on the Raiders and will likely be hoping to get them at 3.5 or 4 by game time.

Another other road favorite will be on display in the nationally televised week 8 Sunday Night Primetime NFL game.  The week 8 Sunday night NFL matchup features Arron Rodgers and the streaking Green Bay Packers (4-2 SU & ATS), who head to the Metrodome to take on Adrian Peterson’s (1-4 SU) Minnesota Vikings.  The Vikings will feature new quarterback Josh Freeman in his second start.  Minnesota will also play their second prime time game in as many weeks.  The Vikings have not gotten great play from the quarterback position this season. Most experts believe that the quarterback carousel with stop with Josh Freeman. The Vegas NFL lines for week 8 on Sunday had the Packers opening at 6.5 point favorites against the Vikings, despite the major injures Green Bay has faced.  Their big injuries include Randall Cobb, Jermichael Finley, & Clay Matthews. We’re going to assume that the public will overlook/ignore the Packers road struggles & major injuries.  As a result, we will expect this line to go up to 7 or 7.5 by gametime.  My guess is that the sharps are hoping for the same thing as the Packers seem to be one of the most over-bet teams every week.

We also have the biggest road favorite/home dog of all the week 8 NFL game lines in the Monday Night Football matchup.  On Monday Night, the (5-1) Seahawks head on the road as 10.5-point favorites to take on the ailing St. Louis Rams.  Despite their (3-1 SU & ATS) road record, the Seahawks haven’t looked good on the road.  It may also surprise people to learn that second year standout, Russell Wilson is a career 6-6 in the road as a starter.  In fact, Wilson’s worst career start was when he faced the Rams last season. He finished the game on the Road vs the rams in 2012 with a 3 interceptions and 0 TDs, which was good for a 14.4 QBR.  Despite these facts, the 10 point spread is up from a 6 point opening line.  This is likely due to the injury of the Rams starting quarterback in Sam Bradford on Sunday.  Veteran backup, Kellen Clemens will get the start for the Rams. Clemens took over for the injured Bradford in the 4th quarter, and finished the game with a stat-line of: 2/4, 19 yards, No TDs, No INTs.  Clemens has career 62 QB rating and has twice as many turnovers as touchdowns in his career.

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In our first of two NFL International Series games, the red hot San Francisco 49ers (5-2 SU & ATS) will head to London to face the lowly Jacksonville Jaguars (0-7 SU & 1-6 ATS) in Wembly Stadium on Sunday.  This is the biggest point spread of the week as the week 8 NFL lines have the 49ers, who are coming off 4 straight wins, as 16.5 point favorites.  The oddsmakers clearly think the 49ers will do most of the scoring as the 40.5 point total is one of the lowest numbers on the board this week.  While this is technically a road favorite / home dog matchup, it’s not actually one as neither team has an advantage when playing on a neutral field in London.  The 49ers 2-1 ATS away from San Francisco and 5-1 ATS as a favorite this season.  The winless Jags were able to cover the spread just once in 2013, and it was on the road in Denver as 27 point underdogs.

Other big favorites from week eight’s game lines include the following;

The current superbowl odds favorite in (6-1 SU) Denver Broncos, are returning home from a highly publicized national TV loss , head to D.C. as big 13 point favorites against the (2-4 SU) Washington Redskins. The skins finally looked like the team from last season on offense. However, the opposite was true on Defense.  A struggling defense isn’t exactly something you want to have when your schedule has you playing in Denver against Peyton Manning’s high powered passing attack.

The fresh off a bye week in week 7, (5-1) New Orleans Saints welcome the (3-4) Buffalo Bills, who have been able to rally despite losing their Rookie sensation quarterback a few weeks ago. The Saints look to rebound from their heart-breaking loss to the New England Patriots last week. New Orleans has a top 5 passing offense as well as a top 10 passing defense this season. Excluding the final drive in the Patriots game, it’s been very surprising to see the Saints play defense like they have this year. The week 8 lines have the Saints listed as big 13 point favorites.  The Saints are  back to being another one of the public’s favorite teams to bet.  However, they have treating their bettors well this year with a 4-2 ATS record.

Bye Weeks For Week 8: Baltimore, Chicago, Houston, Indianapolis, San Diego, Tennessee

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NFL WEEK 8 LINES FOR THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24, 2013    
           
8:25 PM   103 CAROLINA  -6-110  o39½-110
    104 TAMPA BAY  +6-110  u39½-110
           
NFL WEEK 8 LINES FOR SUNDAY, OCTOBER 27, 2013    
           
1:00 PM (EST)   209 SAN FRANCISCO  -17-110  o41-110
    210 JACKSONVILLE  +17-110  u41-110
           
1:00 PM (EST)   211 DALLAS  +3-105  o51-110
    212 DETROIT  -3-115  u51-110
           
1:00 PM (EST)   213 NY GIANTS  +6½-110  o54½-110
    214 PHILADELPHIA  -6½-110  u54½-110
           
1:00 PM (EST)   215 CLEVELAND  +7EV  o39½-110
    216 KANSAS CITY  -7-120  u39½-110
           
1:00 PM (EST)   217 BUFFALO  +12½-110  o50-110
    218 NEW ORLEANS  -12½-110  u50-110
           
1:00 PM (EST)   219 MIAMI  +7-115  o45½-110
    220 NEW ENGLAND  -7-105  u45½-110
           
4:05 PM (EST)   221 NY JETS  +6½-110  o41-110
    222 CINCINNATI  -6½-110  u41-110
           
4:05 PM (EST)   223 PITTSBURGH  -3EV  o40½-110
    224 OAKLAND  +3-120  u40½-110
           
4:25 PM (EST)   225 WASHINGTON  +13½-110  o57½-110
    226 DENVER  -13½-110  u57½-110
           
4:25 PM (EST)   227 ATLANTA  +2½-105  o45-110
    228 ARIZONA  -2½-115  u45-110
           
8:30 PM (EST)   229 GREEN BAY  -7½-110  o48-110
    230 MINNESOTA  +7½-110  u48-110
           
MONDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL WEEK 8 LINES FOR SUNDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2013
           
8:40 PM (EST)   231 SEATTLE  -11-110  o41½-110
    232 ST. LOUIS  +11-110  u41½-110

Complete MLB Playoffs TV Schedule, World Series TV Schedule

October 19th, 2013 by Adam Markowitz (Bankroll Sports Columnist) | Posted in MLB Baseball   Comments Off on Complete MLB Playoffs TV Schedule, World Series TV Schedule
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2013 World Series LogoThe 2013 World Series is finally here and it features two of baseballs power dominant teams.  For baseball purists, this is one of the most exciting World Series matchups in a very long time.  You’ll find the World Series TV Schedule and TV listings for each of the games.  Be sure to keep an eye on this page every post-season as our staff will be regularly updating this page through future postseasons.  We will have all of the World Series and playoff games each and every year.  Bookmark This Page (Internet Explorer Only) to check back and see the up to date TV schedule, along with the probable starting pitchers and the final scores of each of the games, as this page will be updated nightly in the playoffs!

Current Event: World Series: Full World Series Schedule & TV Listings
World Series Scheduled Dates: Wednesday, October 23-31, 2013 (TV Network: FOX)
Italics Denote If Necessary Games – Highlighted Matchups Are The Next Upcoming Game

World Series Game 1: Wednesday, October 23, 2013 7:30pm ET
Matchup St. Louis Cardinals @ Boston Red Sox (TV Network: FOX)

Listed Pitchers: RHP Adam Wainwright (St. Louis) vs LHP Jon Lester (Boston)
World Series Game 1 Odds: Boston -117 / St. Louis +110 @ 5Dimes Sportsbook
World Series Game 1 Over/Under: Over 7 -120 / Under 7 +110 @ 5Dimes Sportsbook

World Series Game 2: Thursday, October, 24, 7:30 ET – Cardinals @ Red Sox (TV Network: FOX)
World Series Game 3: Saturday, October, 26, 7:30 ET – Red Sox @ Cardinals (TV Network: FOX)
World Series Game 4: Sunday, October, 27, 8:00 ET – Red Sox @ Cardinals (TV Network: FOX)
World Series Game 5: Monday, October, 28, 7:30 ET – Red Sox @ Cardinals (TV Network: FOX)
World Series Game 6: Wednesday, October, 30, 7:30 ET – Red Sox @ Cardinals (TV Network: FOX)
World Series Game 7: Thursday, October, 30, 7:30 ET – Red Sox @ Cardinals (TV Network: FOX)

Wacha Wacha Wacha! If you didn’t know the name of RHP Michael Wacha before this week, you sure as heck do now. This kid has been lights out here in the playoffs, and he now has been named the MVP of the NLCS. All Wacha did in two games against one of the best teams in baseball and against the Cy Young Award winner in LHP Clayton Kershaw was throw 13.2 shutout innings, allowing seven hits and two walks in those outings. Wacha has been a stud in these playoffs, and the argument could be made that he should be starting Game 1 against the Red Sox in the World Series. We won’t go that far yet, because RHP Adam Wainwright is certainly well rested having only had to pitch one game against the Dodgers. This series was always going to be won by St. Louis right out of the blocks, as it won the first two games and never looked back. These Cards are legit, and they might be the favorites in the Fall Classic to get their 12th World Series ring in franchise history.

Game 163 (AL Wild Card Tiebreaker)
Monday 9/30, 8:07 PM – Rays 5 @ Rangers 2 (TB Wins AL Wild Card)

LHP David Price was masterful on Monday night against a team that was expected to give him fits. He threw nearly 120 pitches to get arguably his most important win of his career, taking down the Rangers without really getting into too many tough jams. 3B Evan Longoria had three hits on the night, including the two-run homer that Texas never really fully recovered from. The Rangers are now going into the offseason wondering if Manager Ron Washington is going to still be with the team, while Tampa Bay advances to take on the Indians on Wednesday night.

NL Wild Card Playoff Game
Tuesday 10/1, 8:07 PM – Reds 2 @ Pirates 6 (PIT Wins NL Wild Card)

If you haven’t seen the video of the fans forcing Johnny Cueto to drop the baseball on the mound, you need to watch it. The next pitch was the home run that probably sealed the deal in the game. Pittsburgh’s fans were nuts as we expected at PNC Park, and they did such a massive job of helping out their hometown team, it isn’t even funny. We haven’t seen a home field advantage like this is the playoffs in quite some time, and we know that this is the key to keeping the Pirates alive in the playoffs as long as possible. The crowd clearly got under the skin of the Reds, and that’s why they’re going home early.

AL Wild Card Playoff Game
Wednesday 10/2, 8:07 PM – Rays 4 @ Indians 0 (TB Wins AL Wild Card)

It looked to be a day where Danny Salazar was going to declare himself the next great Indians pitcher, but that mark only really lasted for a couple innings. When Delmon Young rode a high fastball well over the wall in left field to give Tampa Bay a 1-0 lead, that was all the help that the team needed. The Tribe had their chances against Alex Cobb, but to his credit, he pitched a heck of a game and got himself out of every jam that he was in. Tampa Bay has now won back to back elimination games, and it’s time to ship off to Boston, where the hated Red Sox are waiting and licking their chops for a big time game.

ALDS: Full Tampa Bay Rays vs. Boston Red Sox Series Schedule

Italics Denote If Necessary Games
Game 1: Friday 10/4, 3:00 ET – Rays 2 @ Red Sox 12 (BOS Leads Series 1-0)
Game 2: Saturday 10/5, 5:30 ET – Rays 4 @ Red Sox 7 (BOS Leads Series 2-0)
Game 3: Monday 10/7, 6:00 ET – Red Sox 4 @ Rays 5 (BOS Leads Series 2-1)
Game 4: Tuesday 10/8, 8:30 ET – Red Sox 3 @ Rays 1 (BOS Wins Series 3-1)

The Rays had a chance in this series, but the truth of the matter is that they were overmatched for the most part. They kicked the ball around in the outfield quite a bit, and though they weren’t helped out by a lot of calls from a shaky umpiring crew, they weren’t able to come up with the big hits when they needed them either. The Boston bullpen was flawless outside of a home run by C Jose Lobaton that won Game 3, while the Rays were a disaster in the pen the whole series. The Red Sox scored more runs in their four games of this series than any other team did in the LDS, and heck… they scored almost as many runs in one game as any other team did in the LDS as well! This is a team that can really mash the baseball, and all of the awesome base running by men like OF Jacoby Ellsbury and OF Shane Victorino is really putting pressure on teams. This won’t be an easy team to knock out of the playoffs.

ALDS: Full Detroit Tigers vs. Oakland Athletics Series Schedule

Italics Denote If Necessary Games
Game 1: Friday 10/4, 9:30 ET – Tigers 3 @ Athletics 2 (DET Leads Series 1-0)
Game 2: Saturday 10/5, 9:00 ET – Tigers 0 @ Athletics 1 (Series Tied 1-1)
Game 3: Monday 10/7, 1:00 ET – Athletics 6 @ Tigers 3 (OAK Leads Series 2-1)
Game 4: Tuesday 10/8, 5:00 ET – Athletics 6 @ Tigers 8 (Series Tied 2-2)
Game 5: Thursday 10/10, 9:00 ET – Tigers 3 @ Athletics 0 (DET Wins Series 3-2)

Second verse, same as the first. What the A’s are finding out is that they don’t have the ace pitcher that can shut down a series the way that the Tigers have RHP Justin Verlander. Verlander was flat out awesome in this series. He might have been beaten in Game 2, but he still has allowed just one run in four starts against the A’s here in the playoffs over the course of the last two seasons. Oakland hosted Game 5 in both cases, but in both games, Verlander came up with a shutdown performance. The Athletics will look at Game 1 as the missed opportunity. They went through more than two full games without allowing a single run to the Tigers, yet they were down 1-0 after one game and were lucky to still be in the series after four games. Once the Detroit bats got going again with eight runs in Game 4, it was all over.

NLDS: Full Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Atlanta Braves Series Schedule

Italics Denote If Necessary Games
Game 1: Thursday 10/3, 8:30 ET – Dodgers 6 @ Braves 1 (LA Leads Series 1-0)
Game 2: Friday 10/4, 6:00 ET – Dodgers 3 @ Braves 4 (Series Tied 1-1)
Game 3: Sunday 10/6, 8:00 ET – Braves 6 @ Dodgers 13 (LA Leads Series 2-1)
Game 4: Monday 10/7, 9:30 ET – Braves 3 @ Dodgers 4 (LA Wins Series 3-1)

Manager Don Mattingly gets all of the credit in the world for making the right choice with his starting pitching in this series. LHP Clayton Kershaw looked him in the face and said, “I’ve got the ball in Game 4,” and though he left in a suspect situation, the decision paid off, as the game was won and the series was clinched. Kershaw proved that he is a man on a mission this year, and no team looked more impressive in our eyes in the opening round of the playoffs than LA did. Five men pounded out six hits in the series, and OF Carl Crawford hit three of the seven home runs in the four games. Atlanta was overmatched from the get go, and it almost seemed like winning Game 2 was a bit of a farce as well, as that game easily could have gone the other way had the Dodgers not made a blunder on the base paths in the ninth inning.

NLDS: Full Pittsburgh Pirates vs. St. Louis Cardinals Series Schedule

Italics Denote If Necessary Games
Game 1: Thursday 10/3, 5:00 ET – Pirates 1 @ Cardinals 9 (STL Leads Series 1-0)
Game 2: Friday 10/4, 1:00 ET – Pirates 7 @ Cardinals 1 (Series Tied 1-1)
Game 3: Sunday 10/6, 4:30 ET – Cardinals 3 @ Pirates 5 (PIT Leads Series 2-1)
Game 4: Monday 10/7, 3:00 ET – Cardinals 2 @ Pirates 1 (Series Tied 2-2)
Game 5: Wednesday 10/9, 5:00 ET – Pirates 1 @ Cardinals 6 (STL Wins Series 3-2)

The Pirates gave it everything that they had, but when they only scratched out one hit in Game 4 of this series with RHP Michael Wacha on the mound, it was all over but the crying. As was the case in the regular season, there was never really all that much of a chance for the Pirates to overcome the Cardinals in the end, and the better team ultimately prevailed. The Cards didn’t amass a ton of hits, but they got the clutch ones that mattered, and they rode their ace to easy wins in Game 1 and the decisive Game 5. The penalty is that RHP Adam Wainwright won’t be available until Game 3 of the NLCS, but you take what you can get, and it’s better to live to fight another day. Pittsburgh has nothing to be ashamed of for this year, as just the ability to go on to play 168 games over the course of the season was very refreshing after two decades of losing baseball.

ALCS: Full ALCS Series Schedule

Italics Denote If Necessary Games
Game 1: Saturday 10/12, 8:00 ET – Tigers 1 @ Red Sox 0 (DET Leads Series 1-0)
Game 2: Sunday 10/13, 8:00 ET – Tigers 5 @ Red Sox 6 (Series Tied 1-1)
Game 3: Tuesday 10/15, 4:00 ET – Red Sox 1 @ Tigers 0 (BOS Leads Series 2-1)
Game 4: Wednesday 10/16, 8:00 ET – Red Sox 3 @ Tigers 7 (Series Tied 2-2)
Game 5: Thursday 10/17, 8:00 ET – Red Sox 4 @ Tigers 3 (BOS Leads Series 3-2)
Game 6: Saturday 10/19, 8:00 ET – Tigers (Scherzer) @ Red Sox (Buchholz) (FOX)
Game 7: Sunday 10/20, 8:00 ET – Tigers (Verlander) @ Red Sox (Lackey) (FOX) (If Nec)

The Tigers and the Red Sox have both been phenomenal over the course of this series, and when this one is said and done with, it is going to go down as one of the most remarkable series that we have ever seen. There have already been a pair of 1-0 games, there was a 5-1 lead that was blown in the final six outs of a game, and a 4-0 lead was nearly squandered. Now, the Tigers are left on the road with their two best pitchers that have to win the two biggest games of the season against the Red Sox. Boston has been badly overmatched in the starting pitching department, but shockingly, it was LHP Jon Lester that was outpitched in Game 1, while both RHP Max Scherzer and RHP Justin Verlander were beaten in Games 2 and 3. The Detroit bullpen hasn’t been remarkable, and that has probably been the difference in the series. There are some issues for sure to be worked out in Boston’s pen as well, but if the team keeps hitting like this and manages to get the job done to not blow leads, it’ll be blood, sweat, and beards in the Fall Classic this year.

NLCS: Full NLCS Series Schedule

Italics Denote If Necessary Games
Game 1: Friday 10/11, 8:30 ET – Dodgers 2 @ Cardinals 3 (STL Leads Series 1-0)
Game 2: Saturday 10/12, 4:00 ET – Dodgers 0 @ Cardinals 1 (STL Leads Series 2-0)
Game 3: Monday 10/14, 8:00 ET – Cardinals 0 @ Dodgers 3 (STL Leads Series 2-1)
Game 4: Tuesday 10/15, 8:00 ET – Cardinals 4 @ Dodgers 2 (STL Leads Series 3-1)
Game 5: Wednesday 10/16, 4:00 ET – Cardinals 4 @ Dodgers 6 (STL Leads Series 3-2)
Game 6: Friday 10/18, 8:30 ET – Dodgers 0 @ Cardinals 9 (STL Wins Series 4-2)

2013 Up To Date World Series Odds, Picks & World Series Predictions

October 19th, 2013 by Jason Richards | Posted in MLB Baseball   Comments Off on 2013 Up To Date World Series Odds, Picks & World Series Predictions
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World Series LogoBelow you will find the latest 2013 World Series odds, including futures during the season and at the start of the playoffs, series prices when the World Series matcup is announced, as well as each game through the series.  We will be updating this page often with the latest futures odds.  So, be sure to bookmark this page & check back on this page often for the latest World Series lines & odds. Below are the best odds for each team from our endorsed list of trusted online sportsbooks…

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Best Series Prices

Best Odds To Win The Series (as of 10/22):

Boston Red Sox -129 5 Dimes Sportsbook
St. Louis Cardinals +122 @ BetOnline Sportsbook

Best World Series Game 1 Live Odds

Individual Moneyline Team Prices (as of 10/22):

Boston Red Sox -117 JustBet Sportsbook
St. Louis Cardinals +113 @ 5 Dimes Sportsbook

Individual Total Over/Under Lines (as of 10/22):

Over 7 (-115) 5 Dimes Sportsbook
Under 7 (+105) @ 5 Dimes Sportsbook

Current 2013 Exact World Series Outcome Odds @ 5 Dimes Sportsbook (as of 10/22/13):
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St. Louis Cardinals win series 4-0 1300
Not St. Louis Cardinals in 4 games -2575

St. Louis Cardinals win series 4-1 585
Not St. Louis Cardinals in 5 games -1010

St. Louis Cardinals win series 4-2 475
12006 Not St. Louis Cardinals in 6 games -735

St. Louis Cardinals win series 4-3 475
Not St. Louis Cardinals in 7 games -735

Boston Red Sox wins series 4-0 1000
12010 Not Boston Red Sox in 4 games -1750

Boston Red Sox wins series 4-1 550
Not Boston Red Sox in 5 games -925

Boston Red Sox wins series 4-2 350
ot Boston Red Sox in 6 games -485

Boston Red Sox wins series 4-3 395
Not Boston Red Sox in 7 games -545

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