Portland Trailblazers AT Cleveland Cavaliers
Feb 5, 2011 at 7:30 PM EST
Opening Line: Port -6.5
Current Line: Port -6.5
Opening Total: 194.5
Current Total: 195.5
Opening Moneyline: Por -250 / Cle +210
Current Moneyline: Por -280 / Cle +230
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Cleveland Cavs AT Boston Celtics
Jan 25, 2011 at 7:30 PM EST
Opening Line: Boston -18
Current Line: Boston -17
Opening Total: 211.5
Current Total: 210.5
Opening Moneyline: Bos -5500 / Cle +2750
Current Moneyline: Bos -6300 / Cle +2100
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Well, last time I pled for you to jump aboard the gravy train, and kudos to you if you did, because this week I am 15-4 on Player Prop bets and have only had one losing night all season. Tonight’s lines offer a lot of intrigue as Bodog sometimes sets quirky lines given players’ recent play, which they don’t always take into account, instead going by season averages more often than not. That said, let’s take a look at tonight’s selected player prop bets for eight different bets.
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Olympic Bet of the Day – I had an easy win yesterday – I needed Finland to win by three goals, and they win by six. That means a modest profit of $83 on the day, and a loss up to this point of $242. Not great, but not bad all things considered. Today there is a lot going on, so I am going to do a big parlay to have a cheering interest in as much of it as I can. Here are the events: Sweden (-330) to beat France in men’s curling, Great Britain (-225) to beat the U.S. in women’s curling, Andrea Fischbacher (-110) to beat Fabienne Suter in Super G, Petter Northug (-205) to beat Dario Cologna in XC skiing, and Shani Davis (-400) to beat Chad Hedrick in 1500m speed skating. $100 on that will pay $568.
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Olympic Bet of the Day – We got back to the winning ways thanks to the dominance of Lindsey Vonn. She paid off at even money (less by post time), so she netted me $100. That means I’m down just $125 and climbing. Happy days are ahead. To try to keep up the winning spirit I’m going to go right back to the well. Lindsey Vonn skis again today – this time in the Super Combined. That event involves one run of the downhill and one run of slalom. Vonn is far from the best slalom skier out there, but she is competent, and I think that her downhill competence and current form gives her a good chance of opening up as much of a lead as she’ll need. She pays +240 to win, so she’s worth a shot.
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