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NBA - Toronto vs Brooklyn - My Pick: ML-BROOKLYN 0 (-210) WON

Toronto 83 - Brooklyn 97 FINAL
My Pick: ML-BROOKLYN  0 (-210)
Bet $210 To Win $100

Bet Summary
I think the veterans on the Nets will be a motivational factor in this game for the rest of the team. Look for a good game tonight from the Nets.


Nets beat Raptors 97-83 to force Game 7
NEW YORK -- Deron Williams scored 23 points, shaking off a second-half injury, and theBrooklyn Nets forced a seventh game in their first-round series by beating the Toronto Raptors 97-83 on Friday night.
Despite appearing to hurt his left foot or ankle early in the third quarter, Williams dominated his matchup with Kyle Lowry and helped the Nets put it away with a 3-pointer with 1:13 left that made it 92-79.
Game 7 is Sunday in Toronto, with the winner advancing to face the defending championMiami Heat.
It became the fourth first-round series ticketed for a do-or-die game in these playoffs.
DeMar DeRozan scored 28 for the Raptors, who will have to go the distance if they are to win a seven-game series for the first time in franchise history. They haven't won any postseason series since 2001.
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Sunday, April 20, 2014

NBA betting odds: Spurs are the team to beat in Western Conference

NBA betting odds: Spurs are the team to beat in Western Conference
By OddsShark on Apr 18 2014, 12:07p
Bettors and experts keep waiting for age to catch up to Tim Duncan and the San Antonio Spurs, but after posting the NBA's best regular-season record of 62-20 SU, it hasn't happened yet. The Spurs are a 3/2 favorite to win the tough Western Conference with the first-round kicking off on Saturday. Golden State Warriors vs. Los Angeles Clippers - Game 1 on Saturday in Los Angeles This looks to be one of the first round's most exciting matchups between two great young offensive teams. Since 2012, Golden State (28/1 to win the championship) is 7-4 SU and ATS against the Clippers (9/1). The home team won every game in the four-game season series this year. The total has gone OVER in seven of the last nine games between these two teams.Memphis Grizzlies vs. Oklahoma City Thunder - Game 1 on Saturday in Oklahoma With Russell Westbrook sidelined in the postseason last year, the Oklahoma City Thunder (4/1) went 1-4 SU and 0-5 ATS against the Memphis Grizzlies (66/1). The Thunder get a shot at redemption this postseason after going 3-1 SU and 2-1-1 ATS against Memphis during the regular season. The Grizzlies are 5-0 SU and 3-1-1 ATS over their last five games. Dallas Mavericks vs. San Antonio Spurs - Game 1 on Sunday in San Antonio In addition to finishing with the conference's top seed, the San Antonio Spurs (3/1 to win the championship) landed a favorable first-round matchup against the Dallas Mavericks (66/1). San Antonio is 13-2 SU and 12-3 ATS in its last 15 games against the Mavericks, including a current 9-0 SU and 7-2 ATS run. Portland Trail Blazers vs. Houston Rockets - Game 1 on Sunday in Houston Portland (40/1) ended the season on a 9-1 SU and 6-4 ATS run, but couldn't jump Houston (20/1) for homecourt advantage in this series. This appears to be a good draw for the Rockets, who are 9-3 SU and 8-3-1 ATS in their last 12 games against the Trail Blazers. The total has gone OVER in each of the last seven games between Portland and Houston.

Thursday, April 17, 2014

For These Ten MLB Players, 2014 Could Be Their Breakout Season

For These Ten MLB Players, 2014 Could Be Their Breakout Season
Every year, the baseball season produces a handful of stars that nobody knew much about before. In 2013, that group would have included a portly 20-year-old pitcher for the Miami Marlins named José Fernández, who only made the team out of spring training thanks to one of those infuriating purges of top-tier talent by owner Jeffrey Loria.
Also 28-year-old Carlos Gomez of the Milwaukee Brewers, a top defensive outfielder who, in his seventh season in the big leagues, ratcheted up his offense to levels (.284 average, 24 homers, 73 runs batted in, 40 stolen bases) that took him the All-Star Game and made his former employers at the Minnesota Twins and New York Mets drool.
And then there is a certain Cuban defector who helped turn the Los Angeles Dodgers’ season around when he got called up at the beginning of June with his timely hitting and swashbuckling feats in the field and on the basepaths.
In compiling this year’s 10 most likely to succeed list, we haven’t forgotten the “Wild Horse,” Yasiel Puig. One thing about being mercurial, it’s awfully hard to predict what the hell you’re going to do next.

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Wildcats G James Young to enter NBA draft

Wildcats G James Young to enter NBA draft

By GARY B. GRAVES (AP Sports Writer) LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) -- Kentucky guard James Young will enter the NBA draft, becoming the first of the Wildcats' heralded freshmen to turn pro. The 6-foot-6 Young led Kentucky with 82 3-pointers last season. He was one of six high school All-American recruits on a Wildcats squad that began the season No. 1 with expectations of winning the national championship. His 43 percent shooting from long range in the NCAA tournament helped Kentucky reach the final before it lost 60-54 to Connecticut last week. The Wildcats' second-leading scorer averaged 14.3 points and 4.3 rebounds. Projected as a first-round selection, Young said in a statement Thursday that ''my time at Kentucky has been special to me, something I'll always treasure, but I feel that I'm ready to take the next step to the NBA.'' Young made the Final Four all-tournament team after averaging 18.5 points and 6 rebounds. Though known for his perimeter shooting, the Rochester Hills, Mich., native wasn't afraid of contact. In the second half of the championship game at Arlington, Texas, Young drove the lane through several Huskies defenders for a vicious dunk that brought teammates off the bench and on to the elevated court. Earlier Thursday, Kentucky coach John Calipari gave no indication which of his talented freshmen would leave for the NBA. Forward Julius Randle and twin guards Aaron and Andrew Harrison are expected to announce their decisions soon, and 7-foot center Dakari Johnson might be mulling his options. Forward Marcus Lee plans to return. Young played a big role in Kentucky's late-season run and now moves on to the next level, as many expected. ''From Day 1, the NBA people who came to our practices in the preseason raved about him,'' Calipari said in a statement. ''He's done everything we've asked of him all season, investing himself in his brothers for the betterment of the team, and I think we all saw the end result in the tournament and Final Four. ''Whatever team drafts James is not only getting a superb athlete, they are getting the ultimate teammate.''

Tuesday, April 15, 2014

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New Playoff Format Gives N.H.L. Matchups It Wanted

New Playoff Format Gives N.H.L. Matchups It Wanted

Under a new format this season, the N.H.L. playoffs are arranged by division, with no reseeding after each round,resembling an N.C.A.A. tournament bracket. Even though some teams face more difficult matchups than they would have under the former format, the league got exactly what it wanted: matchups with plenty of spice and the renewal of some good rivalries. READ MORE

Brandon Lloyd, San Francisco 49ers strike 1-year dea

Brandon Lloyd, San Francisco 49ers strike 1-year deal

At long last, Brandon Lloyd has found a new home.
The San Francisco 49ers announced Tuesday that the wide receiver has signed a one-year deal to rejoin the team that originally picked him in the fourth round of the 2003 NFL Draft.

Lloyd didn't register a snap last season after the Patriots released him in April on the heels of a 74-catch season in New England. Amid reports that his "erratic behavior" in the locker room bothered the Pats, Lloyd drew little interest on the open market before landing a role in a zombie flick.

Add Lloyd to a flock of 49ers wideouts who lack speed, but know how to catch the ball in traffic. He's on the wrong side of 30, but has a shot to make the roster behind Anquan Boldin and Michael Crabtree. San Francisco still lacks a true burner at the position, one reason the 49ers showed interest in DeSean Jackson before he signed with the Washington Redskins. READ MORE