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To be Clear. I’m Not talking about my Chairman’s Club picks or my Personal Best
I’m talking about a kind of CONSENSUS pick where ALL the very brightest minds zero in on THE ONE game that MUST win! AND THEY KNOW! As oddsmakers, tracking the computer boys, the wise guy action, the early and late moves, they HAVE to make sharp lines... Too many mistakes and they are OUT! They have to be sure their house is on the right side of the money.
I’m talking about a kind of CONSENSUS pick where ALL the very brightest minds zero in on THE ONE game that MUST win! If it’s not 100% we don’t release it.
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Inside The Cleveland Cavaliers Slow ATS Playoff Start
The Cleveland Cavaliers are winning basketball games in the playoffs, but it isn’t pretty and it certainly isn’t profitable. The Cavs have been installed as (-9) home favorites for each of their first two games against the Indiana Pacers. Both times the result has been a non-cover win. Cleveland barely escaped the opener 109-108 and then won 117-111 on Monday night.
There are worse things than winning unimpressively—one need only ask the Boston Celtics and Toronto Raptors, two favorites that lost home openers outright. But it is fair to ask if Cleveland is going to continue to be a moneyburner in the Eastern Conference playoffs and if they have any shot at beating whichever powerhouse emerges from the West in the NBA Finals.
To help answer that question, let’s look at some common threads from Games 1 & 2 with Indiana…
Can The Toronto Blue Jays Turn It Around
The Toronto Blue Jays have made the ALCS in each of the last two years and were widely perceived as a solid contender in a competitive American League East again this year. They may still end up that way, but right now the Blue Jays are losing games hand over fist and costing their backers major money.
Toronto is 2-11 after losing last night at home to Boston—a game where the Red Sox were forced into calling up a minor leaguer Brian Johnson for an emergency start and he faced Blue Jay ace Marco Stroman. As bad as that record is, it’s even worse for bettors—because the Jays have been favored in 10 of 13 games, they’re (-995) betting units before the season is even a month old.
Now we come to the next logical question which is this—is now the time to invest in Toronto, to buy a stock when its value is at its lowest? Toronto’s odds to win the AL East have dropped to 10-1, as the market shifts them closer to the mediocre Tampa Bay Rays, rather than the trio of contenders in Boston, New York and Baltimore. Even if you don’t want to buy on the Blue Jays to win the division, that change in the market is going to show up in moneylines on a night-to-night basis.
Last year, Toronto had the best pitching in the American League. This year, it’s a train wreck. We have to face the reality that the Blue Jays’ staff likely did catch lightning in a bottle a year ago. J.A. Happ, at the age of 33 and never more than a low-end starter, won 20 games. It’s safe to say that isn’t going to happen again.
NBA roundup: Grizzlies get even with Spurs
MEMPHIS, Tenn. -- Marc Gasol's floating jump shot over LaMarcus Aldridge with 0.7 seconds left in overtime gave the Memphis Grizzlies a 110-108 victory over the San Antonio Spurs on Saturday night at FedExForum to even their first-round Western Conference playoff series 2-2.
A's go for sixth straight win versus Mariners
OAKLAND, Calif. -- One pitcher who has been historically good and another who has been continually bad are set to duel Sunday when the Seattle Mariners and Oakland Athletics complete a four-game series.