Los Angeles Lakers AT Charlotte Bobcats
Feb 14, 2011 at 7 PM EST
Opening Line:  L.A. -5
Current Line:  L.A. -4.5
Opening Total: 188
Current Total: 190
Opening Moneyline: L.A. -210 / Cha +180
Current Moneyline: LA. -200 / Cha +170

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Charlotte Bobcats AT Utah Jazz
Jan 31, 2011 at 9 PM EST
Opening Line:  Utah -3
Current Line:  Utah -3
Opening total: 190
Current Total: 189
Opening Moneyline:  Uta -150 / Cha +130
Current Moneyline:  Uta -160 / Cha +135

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Charlotte Bobcats AT Phoenix Suns
Jan 26, 2011 at 9 PM EST
Opening Line:  Phoenix -5.5
Current Line:  Phoenix -7
Opening Total:  201
Current Total: 199.5
Opening Moneyline: Phx -260 / Cha +220
Current Moneyline:  Phx -275 / Cha +225

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Charlotte Bobcats AT Sacramento Kings
Jan 25, 2011 at 10 PM EST
Opening Line:  Sacramento -1
Current Line: Sacramento -1
Opening Total: 192.5
Current Total: 193
Opening Moneyline:  Cha -125 / Sac +105
Current Moneyline:  Cha -105 / Sac -115

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San Diego Chargers at St. Louis Rams
Sunday, 10/17/10, 1:00 PM EDT, TV:  CBS
Opening Point Spread:  San Diego -9
Current Betting Line:  San Diego -7.5
Opening Total:  45
Current Total:  44
Current Moneyline:  San Diego -385 / St. Louis +325

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Training camps have begun and tip-off is less than a month away, so it’s time to preview the upcoming NBA season. With all the movement in the offseason it is likely that some new teams will rise to the tops of their divisions. Let’s take a look at the Southeast Division. – All odds according to Pinnacle Sportsbook, although other places like Bodog offer online NBA betting on these props as well.

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Wow, Cleveland is bad. So, so, so bad. Brady Quinn isn’t the answer. Is there an answer?

It was interesting watching the debut of John Wall in Kentucky tonight. It was pretty obvious why people are so excited about him – there is a lot of talent there. He turned it over too much, and he and fellow super-frosh Eric Bledsoe are going to have to learn to share the back court better, but he played well, and he scored the winning basket at the end of the game. He’s going to be a good one. That being said, that was one scary game from Kentucky. Miami of Ohio is a decent team with a very nice incoming freshman class, but they clearly aren’t of the caliber of Kentucky, and they were 17.5 point underdogs. Despite that, they were the better team for much of the game, and could very easily have pulled it out. Miami led for more of the game, and for much of the game they seemed to want it more. Kentucky simply needs to be much, much better to play with the big boys. They have a few easy game to work out the kinks, but a deadly four day stretch at the beginning of December in which they play UNC and UConn looms. They need to be much better than they were tonight if they want to survive that duo of potential disaster.

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