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The second game in the NBA Playoffs this afternoon features the Los Angeles Lakers taking on the San Antonio Spurs.
BetRoyal recaps betting odds and covers from the 2014 FIBA Basketball World Cup. From Group A to Group D and the knockout stages, all teams are covered.
With free agency winding down, Sports Gambling looks at some current futures odds for the 2014 NBA season. Who have good odds? Who should you avoid?
NBA futures odds are all over the place after the trade of Kevin Love to the Cavs. Cleveland is an instant favorite now.
The Chicago Bulls will play the Denver Nuggets at 10:30 PM ET in the Pepsi Center, and the Bulls are listed as 1 to 1 ½ point road favorites.
The Los Angeles Lakers play the Denver Nuggets at 9:00 PM ET in the Pepsi Center, and the Nuggets are listed as 9 1/2 to 10 point home favorites.
The Boston Celtics will take on the Memphis Grizzlies at 7:00 PM ET in FedExForum, and the Grizzlies are listed as 11 ½ to 12 ½ point home favorites.
The WNBA Finals began this weekend as the Dream and Lynx both advanced. Let's look at the latest betting trends for each team and tonight's Game 2.
We're down to four teams left in the WNBA Playoffs, as the Eastern and Western Conference Finals begin tonight. Let's look at each of these games in depth.
There are two Game 2s in the WNBA Playoffs today as, the Sky-Fever and Lynx-Storm series continue on.
Four more WNBA teams open their postseason play tonight, as the Fever take on the Sky and the Storm play the Lynx.
This is the last day of the 2013 WNBA regular season. Eight teams finish up their schedules today, and then the playoffs will begin later this week.
Friday night is one of the last busy days in the WNBA, with eight of the twelve teams playing tonight in some of their final games of the regular season.
There are two games in the WNBA on Wednesday night, and each of these teams has just three games left on their regular season schedules.
There’s one game in the WNBA today, a rare Monday night game for womens basketball. But it’s a special occasion with Labor Day, so let’s take a quick look at today’s matchup.
Why is SBG and other online sportsbooks so big on the American team at the FIBA basketball World Cup? They're the overwhelming favorites to win it all.
The Los Angeles Lakers take on the Atlanta Hawks at 7:30 PM ET in Philips Arena, and the Hawks are listed as 5 ½ to 6 point home favorites.
The Boston Celtics take on the San Antonio Spurs at 8:30 PM ET in the AT&T Center, and the Spurs are listed as 14 to 14 ½ point home favorites.
The Washington Wizards take on the Dallas Mavericks at 8:30 PM ET in Americans Airlines Arena, and the Mavericks are listed as 5 1/2 to 6 point home favorites.
The Boston Celtics face the Detroit Pistons at 6:00 PM ET in The Palace of Auburn Hills, and the Pistons are listed as 9 to 9 ½ point home favorites.
After a few days off, the WNBA Playoffs resume this afternoon with Game 2 of the Conference Finals in the Eastern and Western Conference.
Two first-round series in the WNBA Playoffs will end tonight, as the Mystics try to upset the Dream, and the Sparks attempt to move past the Mercury.
The first round of the WNBA playoffs continues today, as the Dream-Washington series and the Sparks-Mercury matchup go to Game 2.
The WNBA Playoffs start tonight with two matchups, on in the Eastern Conference and one in the West. Let's take a look at the betting odds.
We've got two games in the WNBA on Saturday night for some of the final games of the regular season. These four teams wrap up their seasons tonight.
We've got two games in the WNBA tonight, as two losing teams and two winning teams face each other. Here are our previews of those matchups.
It's been a little while since we've covered the WNBA, but with the regular season ending this week, teams are playing for playoff positions. There are three games today, so let's take a quick look at each.