Bookie vs. Bettor - Celtics vs. 76ers Game 3

Written by:
Published on:

60% of the bets in the Game 3 NBA Playoffs matchup between Boston and Philadelphia were coming in on the Celtics at +9.  Books had mostly moved off the Philadelphia -9.5 to as low as -8.5.  Any hold at -9.5 or a move upwards and we would be all over the 76ers.  Right now we would be treading cautiously as there doesn't appear to be any significant opinion one way or another as to which side will win this game.

The Celtics are up 2-0 in this Playoffs series and have covered the spread in eight of their last ten games overall, thus giving independent bookies fits.

And to think that Boston is not 100 percent healthy.

It should be noted that Boston is 5-1 Against The Spread in the last 6 meetings between these two teams as well.

The NBA Betting Power Ratings do indicate Philadelphia should only be a -3 favorite here so there is a significant overlay.  This is often something we stay clear of and will do so here in order to try and maintain our solid NBA picks record.

Boston area bookies best be using a Pay Per Head software platform as a means to reduce costs and to prevent more substantial losses through LIVE IN-PLAY WAGERING and the offering of casino games.

- Tony Caliente,

Basketball Odds News

White Label Sports Betting Solution for the NBA

White Label Sports Betting Solution for the NBA

Don't look now but the NBA is just around the corner and bookies, agents as well as sports bettors will be looking for the very best wagering platform online.

Jimmy Butler Odds With Word He Wants Out of Minnesota

Jimmy Butler Odds With Word He Wants Out of Minnesota

According to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN, Jimmy Butler wants to be traded to one of three teams: The Nets, Clippers or Knicks.

Tampa Bay Rays vs. Toronto Blue Jays Betting Preview - August 12

You can bet Sunday's Rays vs. Blue Jays game online with the Rays +130 and Blue Jays -120.   The total is 8.

Thunder Trade Carmelo Anthony

Oklahoma City has agreed to trade Carmelo Anthony and a protected 2022 first-round pick to Atlanta for point guard Dennis Schroder and Mike Muscala, league sources tell ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski.

Kawhi Leonard

How Good Are the Raptors Now That They Have Kawhi Leonard?

How good are the Toronto Raptors now that they have received Kawhi Leonard?  Just look at the odds.