Bookie vs. Bettor - Heat vs. 76ers

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Apr/16/2018

There are some books where the Philadelphia 76ers money line, priced at -320, was seeing more action than the actual spread. In fact, nearly all the money line betting was on Philadelphia.  This could be a wise bet considering the last ten meetings between these two teams was won by the home team. 

Despite the heavy action on the 76ers at -6.5, some books have not moved towards the -7.  Others were just holding there.  The NBA Betting Power Ratings indicate the line should be -6.

Let's face it, Miami played well the first half of Game 1.  They let their guard down.  It's hard to see this happening again.  In fact, two of the last four wins by Philadelphia against Miami have failed to cover using the current spread of 7.

GO WITH MIAMI +7 HERE.  In a perfect world, this one lands on Philadelphia by 6.

- Tyrone Black, Gambling911.com

 

 

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