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NBA stars Dwyane Wade and LeBron James will be betting on this year’s World Series though they have yet to figure out how much will be staked.
Are the Golden State Warriors a lock to win the 2016-2017 NBA Championship? According to the odds makers, they are.
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With Ben Simmons signed with the Philadelphia Sixers, their 2017 regular season win total odds were set at 27.5. The Nets, Lakers and Suns actually were expected to win fewer games for once.
The Philadelphia 76ers have become the first professional sports team in the US to acquire an eSports team.
Upon failing his pre-season physical due to continued blood clotting in his leg, Miami Heat’s Chris Bosh has not been cleared for training camp.
Speaking before the Global Gaming Expo next week in Las Vegas, former NBA Commissioner David Stern is expected to proclaim his support for expansion of legal sports betting.
LA Clippers guard Jamal Crawford says he once lost so much money gambling with the likes of fellow NBA stars Michael Jordan and Ray Allen along with other professional gamblers that he would receive death threats.
NBA Commissioner Emeritus David J. Stern will be a featured speaker at the American Gaming Association’s Global Gaming Expo 2016 (G2E) before more than 25,000 gaming industry professionals in Las Vegas on Thursday, September 29.
Steph Curry has won the MVP award two times now, and the odds are suggesting that he’ll take the MVP award again. Join PayPerHead.com today.
The San Antonio Spurs odds to win the 2017 NBA Championship have more than doubled from 6-1 to 12-1, courtesy of Tim Duncan announcing his retirement Monday (July 11).
The Chicago Bulls had gone from having 40-1 odds to 100-1 odds to now 90-1 odds of winning the 2017 NBA Championship with the signing of Dwyane Wade for £36.2million. These odds were likely to get shorter over the next few days.
The Warriors tightened their arsenal of weapons adding to the star power of MVP Stephen Curry, Thompson, Green, and a host of others off the bench as all world Durant signs on for two years at roughly 54 million dollars, with an opt out after a year. WOW
Oddsmakers always had the Golden State Warriors as favorites to win the 2017 NBA Championship but that number was now coming in at -125 following stunning news they have signed a free agent contract with Kevin Durant. These odds may be slashed further.
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The fine folks at Covers.com offered up some history on the varying prices for Cleveland to win the 2016 NBA Championship depending on when the future bet was placed. Gamblers backing the Cavs would have made out well with wagers placed during the Finals as opposed to beforehand.
You can bet on the critical Game 7 of the 2016 NBA Final online between the Cavs vs. Warriors to determine whether Golden State makes whole its historic 2015-2016 season.
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Below are the latest odds for the 2016 NBA Finals between the Warriors and Cavs.
You can bet Game 2 of the 2016 NBA Finals at Bookmaker. It’s the Cavs vs. Warriors with the reigning NBA champs Golden State taking a 1-0 lead.
The odds of the 2016 NBA Finals Game One between the Cavs and Warriors going into OT (Overtime) were coming in at 9-1 for a potential payout of $900 for every $100 bet or $90 for every $10 bet.
The folks at BetOnline have your 2016 NBA Finals betting props for Game 1 of the matchup between Cleveland and Golden State. This should be a heavily wagered on series due to the star power involved.
Bookmakers are licking their respective chops Tuesday morning with the prospect of a Cavs-Warriors Final to begin in just a matter of days.
Adam Silver gets it, and he's going to keep repeating it until people finally listen. Forget the conspiracy theories about No. 1 picks and why Draymond Green gets to play after a couple well placed kicks.
Gambling911.com has your Raptors-Cavs series Playoffs betting odds where Cleveland opened as a big -10.5 home favorite with a total set at 201.5.
The Thunder-Warriors Playoffs series betting odds had Golden State opening as a -7.5 favorite with Game 1 tipping off at 9 pm EST Monday.
The Russian Basketball Federation says it has banned 24 players from 11 clubs as part of an investigation into gambling.
If any team was likely to beat the mighty Golden State Warriors and advance into the 2016 NBA Championship, it would have been the San Antonio Spurs.
While the Cavs are looking to eliminate the Hawks Sunday, the Thunder are hoping to tie up their series with the mighty Spurs as NBA Playoffs betting odds have Cleveland as a -5 favorite on the road and Oklahoma City as a +1 home underdog.
Disgraced former NBA referee Tim Donaghy speaking to Colin Cowherd Wednesday afternoon made a shocking claim that all refs gamble.
A notorious Rhode Island mobster has been released from prison after serving seven years for attempting to hire a hitman to murder a rival mobster.
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