Bookies Have Been Making Out Big With Warriors of Late Despite GS Wins

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Matt Skinner
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Bookies Have Been Making Out Big With Warriors of Late Despite GS Wins

The Golden State Warriors keep on winning, having gone 9-1 in their last ten games and losing a mere five games this season.  The 2015-2106 Warriors could end up going down as the best NBA team on record when all is said and done.   

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One would think the bookies – especially those residing in the San Francisco/Oakland area – might be about ready to throw in the towel at this point.  That’s hardly the case.

Instead, bookies have been making out like bandits over the past two weeks.

Golden State continues to attract more than 80 percent of the wagering action no matter who they play yet they continue to fail in covering the spread more times than not.

Heading into their game against the Thunder Saturday, Golden State had failed to cover in five of their last seven games. 

Another failed cover looked likely on Saturday as the home team had won eight of the last ten in this series (Golden State plays on the road in Oklahoma). 

Most bookies are still down with Golden State for the season as the Warriors maintain a 32-23-1 record Against The Spread thus far. 

Local bookies can cut their losses by using Pay Per Head businesses that provide more impulsive and House-friendly live wagering and virtual online casino games.

- Matt Skinner,

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