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While the National Basketball Association Commissioner Adam Silver may have gone against the status quo by suggesting the time has come for legalized sports betting on NBA games, some of his colleagues – most notably the National Hockey League’s Gary Bettman – remain opposed to the idea.
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Responding to NBA Commissioner Adam Silver’s new stance that sports betting should be legalized and regulated, ESPN2 sports commentator Keith Obermann suggested there is an underlying reason behind Silver's about-face.
Writing an opt-in piece for the New York Times, NBA Commissioner Adam Silver says he wants sports betting legalized at the state level. This comes just one week before U.S. District Court Judge Michael Shipp will hear oral argument on whether to issue an injunction that continues to bar Monmouth Park from offering sports betting.
Although the NBA adjusted Lebron James’ amazing performance Monday night to a Double-Double, Sportsbook.ag still honored all Triple-Double prop bets, which paid out at 50-1.
The Philadelphia 76ers 2014-2015 betting odds and to win the NBA Championship were set at 350-1.
Since being founded as the Syracuse Nationals in 1946 before becoming the Philadelphia 76ers in 1963 this NBA franchise has had incredible highs and lows.
The Orlando Magic betting odds for the 2014-2015 season and to win the NBA Championship were not very good at 250-1. Place your Magic and other NBA future bets at BetDSI.com here to receive up to $2500 in FREE CASH.
The Miami Heat 2014-2015 odds of winning another NBA Championship were set at 50-1 at BetDSI.com.
The San Antonio Spurs 2014-2015 NBA betting odds and their chances of winning the Championship were set at 4/1 at BetDSI.com, where you can claim up to $2500 in FREE CASH here.
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With the 2014-2015 NBA season about to get underway, oddsmakers have been taking futures bets on odds for which team will win the 2015 NBA Championship. AceSportsbook.com was offering the Cleveland Cavs as the odds-on favorite at 3/1 early on in the season. Odds keep changing so let's look at the latest.
Fantasy Basketball in the US is legal under federal law but that doesn’t mean your individual state permits it.
With Fantasy Basketball getting into full swing over the next few days, questions about its legality will surely arise.
One need only look at the gambling industry to understand why federal vs. state law does matter.
The latest TV deal signed by the NBA could bring that league truly into the big time. Not only did the deal more than double the fees it would receive from the two networks that signed the deal, the NBA will enjoy the sort of long-term media rights that the NFL and MLB take for granted.
With the National Basketball Association ending its restrictions on Fantasy Sports sponsorship deals last month, the Chicago Bulls expect to jump into the fray in a very big way.
NBA Commissioner Adam Silver believes that legalized sports betting is “inevitable” and that the National Basketball Association should embrace this concept.
With Lebron James back in town, Cleveland area bookies have been making some serious coin on the new demand for Cleveland Cavalier bets.
Cleveland has always been a hardcore sports town with the Browns and Indians but the Cavs simply haven’t attracted the type of interest that comes with having a bona fide star the likes of Lebron.
The Cleveland Cavs odds to win the 2015 NBA Championship were being held at just under 4-1 at Sportsbook.ag even with rumors of a Minnesota trade of star forward Kevin Love to the team.
Carrie Stroup here and Sportsbook.ag has released a handful of Cleveland Cavaliers betting props that include regular season wins OVER/UNDER and their odds of winning the 2015 NBA Championship now that Lebron James has returned home. All odds could be found here at Sportsbook.ag.
It’s difficult to imagine a more awkward and painful departure than when LeBron James left Cleveland four years ago for his hometown team. The dramatic TV announcement, the two-hour-long prime time party, and the promise to create a dynasty in Miami really stung Cavalier fans.
It’s official, Lebron James is heading home to Cleveland.
“I’m coming home,” James tweeted at 12:30 pm EST.
Cleveland was set at 5-1 odds to win the 2015 NBA Championship.
Carrie Stroup here and Sportsbook.com is reporting extensive future wagering on the Cleveland Cavaliers odds to win the 2015 NBA Championship as rumors continue to swirl that Lebron James is returning home. At press time, Sportsbook.com was offering odds of 8-1 on the Cavs but this number is sure to be slashed so it is advised to lock this price in early.
This die-hard NY Knicks fan says he would not be surprised to see Carmelo Anthony leave New York – and if he does, perhaps one of the reasons would be taxes. Even with all it has to offer, The Empire State has become the Must-Leave State with Census Bureau estimates revealing that 104,470 more people moved out of New York than moved into it during the 12 months ending July 1.
Carrie Stroup here with your 2014-2015 NBA Rookie of the Year betting odds courtesy of Sportsbook.ag.
Some notable names include the likes of Jabari Parker, favored at 5/2 odds, Julius Randle at 8/1 and Andrew Wiggins at 8/1.
Sportsbook.com has released odds on which team LeBron James will be playing on at the start of the 2014-2015 NBA season as well as which team Carmelo Anthony will be playing on.
With all the talk about LeBron leaving Miami, Heat fans can find some solace in knowing that the oddsmakers have offered a price of 1/8 for him to stay put.
Most Miami Heat fans aren't celebrating today after the San Antonio Spurs clobbered them in Game 5 of the NBA Finals to take the championship. But that's not necessarily the case at one popular online sportsbook. SportsBettingOnline.ag today announced that all bets on the Miami Heat to win the championship made during pre-season or the regular season have been refunded.
The Heat Spurs Game 5 odds were set at San Antonio -6. The last two games looked as if Miami had nothing left in the tank and this is reflected in the price found for this game.
The Spurs vs. Heat Game 4 point spread was coming in at Miami -5. There was a huge move on the total just prior to game time at Sportsbook.com with the number going from 200 to 196.5.
The record in this series is 5-5 over the last ten games.
The Spurs are 7-3 Against The Spread in their last 10 games following a Straight Up win and 17-8 ATS in their last 25 NBA Championship games.
After a difficult decade of ups and downs, the NBA Finals are once again must see TV.
This year's Southern Gaming Summit is set to be held from May 2nd to May 4th in Biloxi, Mississippi.
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