Today's Most Wagered On Sides - December 5: Warriors, Buckeyes Basketball

Written by:
Don Shapiro
Published on:
Dec/05/2018

The Warriors are seeing lopsided action early Wednesday, making them the most wagered on side during the morning hours after Chelsea FC.


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Chelsea faces off against Wolverhampton as a 3/4 favorite.

The Warriors were seeing over 90% of the action against Cleveland as a -11 favorite.  Some of the sharp books had moved to -11.5. 

In College Basketball we have Ohio State seeing heavy lopsided action versus Illinois.  The Buckeyes are a -5.5 favorite on the road.  This one had been trending down a half point despite the lopsided action coming Ohio State's way.  Could be an opinion in the making here but too early to tell as this was going to publication.

In the upcoming NFL slate, Broncos, Titans, Chiefs, Colts, Rams are the sides seeing the most early action.

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