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Thursday, October 18, 2012

2013 NBA Championship Futures Odds

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The Heat won their first NBA title with the Big 3 last season and while they have the best odds to win it again the new-look Lakers will be in the mix as well as the young Thunder, who lost in the finals last season. Let’s take a look at some of the teams that have good odds to win the title this season.

The Heat (3.25) won it all last season and it is no shock they will still be led by the Big 3 of James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh they may be a better team then they were last season. Yeah, the Heat do not have legit big man or point guard, but they picked up a couple of solid free agents in Ray Allen and Rashard Lewis. Both of these guys can knock down the long ball, which will space the floor for LeBron and company and each took less money to come to South Beach. Udonis Haslem does the dirty work and is key play this season. He missed a lot of time this season and the Heat need to stay healthy, as they are not a deep squad.

The Lakers (4.33) had a busy off-season gearing up for another title run by trading for Dwight Howard and Steve Nash. Howard is the newest member of a long list of L.A. great big men and Nash gives Kobe Bryant a solid PG, which they have not had in many years. Pau Gasol stayed with the team and they made a solid off-season move picking up Antwawn Jamison. He had Jodie Meeks will be solid bench players and they need to play well since the Lakers do not have a lot of depth. The Lakers are not a young team and they need to impress Howard this season, who is in the last year of his current contract.

The Thunder (5.50) won the West last season and have a great young trio in Kevin Durant, Russell Westbrook, and James Harden. Serge Ibaka is a great defender and Kendrick Perkins is the muscle in the middle. Perry Jones III fell to them with the 28th pick in the draft and he may be a steal. The Thunder will not look much different than last season, but they will now be facing a tougher Lakers’ team in the West.

After the Heat, Lakers, and Thunder oddsmakers have all the other teams as long shots to win the title.

The Bulls (17.00) have a solid core of players with Derrick Rose, Luol Deng, and Joakim Noah. The big question for the Bulls is when will Rose come back. He tore his ACL in the playoffs last season and he needs to be on the floor and playing at a high level for the Bulls to have any chance to come out of the East.

Do the Spurs (21.00) have one more title run in them? Tim Duncan, Manu Ginobili, and Tony Parker are no spring chickens any longer, but they did have a great year last season. Stephen Jackson was solid mid-season pick up last year and Kawhi Leonard had a solid rookie campaign, but the Spurs will only go as far as their big 3 takes them.

The Clippers (29.00) made the playoffs last season and Chris Paul and Blake Griffin will be joined by solid pickup Lamar Odom, who may get back to being a great 6th man after last season’s disaster in Dallas. They also picked up Grant Hill and Jamal Crawford, but they are not a good team on D and that will hurt facing the Lakers and the Thunder, who they will likely have to get by to make the finals.

Like the Spurs do the Celtics (29.00) have another title run in them? They lost one of their Big 3 with Ray Allen bolting for Miami, but Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett will have a lot of new talent with the likes of Jason Terry and rookies Fab Melo and Jared Sullinger. Jeff Green will also be back after missing last season with a heart condition.

The Mavs’s (34.00) window may have closed and while Dirk Nowitzki is still a star the team lost super 6th man Jason Terry. The Mavs will have a new look with the additions of O.J. Mayo, Chris Kaman, Darren Collison and Elton Brand. Jason Kidd bolted for New York and the new guys will have to step up and Dirk will have to have a MVP campaign for Dallas to go all the way.

Odds for NBA Championship Winner as of October 17th.

Miami Heat 3.25
Los Angeles Lakers 4.33
Oklahoma City Thunder 5.50
Chicago Bulls 17.00
San Antonio Spurs 21.00
Los Angeles Clippers 29.00
Boston Celtics 29.00
Dallas Mavericks 34.00
Brooklyn Nets 41.00
New York Knicks 41.00
Memphis Grizzlies 41.00
Indiana Pacers 41.00
Philadelphia 76ers 61.00
Denver Nuggets 76.00
Atlanta Hawks 81.00
Houston Rockets 81.00
Utah Jazz 101.00
Minnesota Timberwolves 101.00
Portland Trailblazers 101.00
Orlando Magic 151.00
Milwaukee Bucks 151.00
New Orleans Hornets 176.00
Phoenix Suns 201.00
Golden State Warriors 201.00
Detroit Pistons 226.00
Cleveland Cavaliers 226.00
Washington Wizards 226.00
Toronto Raptors 251.00
Sacramento Kings 301.00
Charlotte Bobcats 501.00

Monday, April 30, 2012

NBA Playoff Preview and Picks Round 1

NBA Playoff Overview – There is Still Much to be Decided in these NBA Playoffs

The online sportsbook experts can all agree that these NBA playoffs are extremely
exciting to watch. The Los Angeles Clippers were left for dead by the rest of the league,
but Blake Griffin brought the Clippers back to life in game one against the Memphis
Grizzlies. The Bulls suffered what looks like a major setback to its playoff chances, while
the Knicks get good news on the injury front. There is no doubt that, as the weekend
approaches in the NBA playoffs, the betting sites will have plenty to keep an eye on as
each series continues to progress.

All Games are Scheduled for Saturday May 5

Indiana Pacers @ Orlando Magic
The Orlando Magic seem to be adjusting well to the loss of superstar Dwight Howard as
the Magic took the first game in this series against a young Pacers team. While the Magic
may have a good enough bench to beat the Pacers, the price per head sports experts are
not going to give the Magic much of a chance of getting any further than the first round
of the playoffs. But this series is far from over. The Pacers can be aggressive when it
needs to be and pressuring this Magic team as it tries to find its way without Dwight
Howard is how to beat Orlando.
Pick: Indiana Pacers

Memphis Grizzlies @ Los Angeles Clippers
The Clippers lack the rebounding and defensive play to be an NBA champion, but those
are two aspects of its game that the team is working on. The Clippers looked hesitant and
almost intimidated by its first taste of the playoffs in a very long time. Blake Griffin had
never played in a playoff game before, and he looked overwhelmed at first. But when the
second half of game one started, the entire Clippers team looked ready to go. Griffin took
over the game and there was little that the Grizzlies could do. This series will probably go
at least six games and has the potential to go seven. But the Clippers are tough at home,
and that will come out in this game.
Pick: Los Angeles Clippers

Oklahoma City Thunder @ Dallas Mavericks
A 5 dimes review of the Dallas Mavericks roster at the beginning of the seasons shows a
team that had to let a lot of bench talent go after its championship run last year. While it
would be a great story to see Dirk Nowitzki lead the Mavericks to a successful defense
of its NBA title in these playoffs, it seems extremely unlikely against an Oklahoma City
Thunder team so deep in talent. This could very well be the last game of the season for
the Dallas Mavericks.
Pick: Oklahoma City Thunder

San Antonio Spurs @ Utah Jazz
NBA fans always enjoy it when the San Antonio Spurs and the Utah Jazz get together
for a playoff series. But the Jazz just does not have the weapons it has had in the past to
combat the play of the Spurs. San Antonio is attacking Utah with Mano Ginobili, Tony

Parker and Tim Duncan, and the Jazz has no reply. As with the Mavericks, this could be
the last game of the season for Utah.
Pick: San Antonio Spurs

Thursday, December 29, 2011

Top 5 NBA Playoff Moments of All-time

Top 5 NBA Playoff Moments of All-time

As in all sports, there are many defining moments.

The moments when guts overrule common sense and drives a player to step back into the battle despite splintered bones and excruciating pain. Or perhaps finding that little extra something that propels even the most ordinary player to stunning flashes of greatness.

With the shortened NBA season now underway, we thought it would be a good time to reflect and  think back to the top five most memorable moments in NBA playoff history.

There have been a lot of unforgettable instances over the years, but only a few stuck out that actually jolted their team to an NBA Championship.

No. 5-- 1980  Finals Game 4, Philadelphia 76ers v Los Angeles Lakers--Trailing 2-1 in the series, the Sixers entered Game 4 looking to grab a win. In the fourth quarter Julius  Erving delivered. With a move that is perhaps the best-ever of his career, Dr. J drove baseline, elevated, reached back behind the backboard with the ball and somehow emerged on the opposite side of the basket to convert the circus shot, giving Philly a 105-102 victory. The Sixers would of course go on to lose to Los Angeles in six games, but for those who saw it, this has to be our number five.

 No. 4 -- 2004, Western Conference Semifinal Game 5, Los Angeles Lakers v San Antonio Spurs-Who could forget Derek Fisher's miracle shot with .4 seconds remaining that helped the Lakers beat the defending champion Spurs in Game 5. For once, someone other than Kobe Bryant cemented his place in Lakers lore, as Fisher caught the inbounds pass turned around, and threw up a sensational series-changing shot.

 No. 3--1995 Eastern Conference Semifinal Game 5,Indiana Pacers v New York Knicks--With the Pacers trailing the Knicks by six points with 18.7 seconds remaining, Reggie Miller would go off with a series of plays within a span of 8.9 seconds to give us one of the greatest moments in playoff history. The first being a three-point shot, and then stealing the ensuing inbounds pass before dribbling back behind the arc  to hit another the three-pointer to tie the game. On the subsequent possession, the Knicks got a chance to win it on a pair of free throws, but they missed it, and when Miller rebounded the ball, was fouled, and made both of his. The Pacers walked away with a stunning 1-0 lead in the best-of-seven series.

No. 2 --2002 Western Conference Finals Game 4, Sacramento Kings v Los Angeles Lakers--It's the stuff all kids dream off--draining a game-winning three-point shot in the big game. Maybe Robert Horry had that same dream. The only difference--he got to live it. With Sacramento up by two,  Vlade Divac batted away a loose basketball directly into the hands of Horry who drained the game-winning three and sent the Lakers on to Sacramento with the series tied 2-2 instead of trailing 3-1. Los Angeles won its third straight title that year.

No. 1--  1998 Finals Game 6, Chicago Bulls v Utah Jazz--Probably the greatest NBA moment of all-time, by the greatest player to ever play the game.  Not only was this magical moment a game-winner, but it was a championship-winner. With less than 10 seconds remaining, Michael Jordan would come up with a loose basketball in the defensive end. Then after calmly dribbling to the top of the key, faked out Bryon Russell who slipped to the floor essentially leaving Jordan with a wide open shot which he gracefully buried.

Tuesday, December 6, 2011

NBA Trade Rumors

Looks like Christmas will come early this year with our NBA Picks starting on December 25th but the real questions people want to know if whats going on with the NBA Trade Rumors this year? Now that last years gossip of where Carmelo Anthony will end up is over this year we have where will Chris Paul end up going?

Dwight Howard and Chris Paul are both shopping around and Andrew Bynum is even in the mix right about now. Paul Gasol, Jason Kidd, and Kobe Bryant are making it seem like the young Hornet is going to leave New Orleans and the big easy for Tinsletown to be a Laker but only time will tell.

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Tuesday, November 15, 2011

NBA Lockout Updates

Guess what the NBA season is over 180 days on strike and the labor negotiations just keep going back and forth. So who are the winners and losers? Well for starters Coopers Pick Clients are losing out on thousands of dollars due to the immense amount of money our clients would be making with our NBA Picks this basketball season. In fact some of the free sports picks that some of the not so good handicappers are giving out on whether or not there will be a basketball season for 2011-2012.

To be honest it's not looking great but since Lebron James was supposed to get paid $660,000 and Kobe Bryant over $1,000,000 today and neither of them got a penny come day one of the payday season.

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Monday, May 23, 2011

Chicago Bulls vs Miami Heat game 4 Betting Picks

Chicago Bulls vs. Miami Heat Game 4 Preview

NBA Point Spread
: Heat -5 O/U OFF

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Even though 2 of the Big 3 of LeBron James and Dwyane Wade did not have
the best Game 3 the Bulls could not contain the 3rd member of Chris Bosh, who
scored 34 points on 13/18 shooting in the Miami win. Derrick Rose scored 20
points, but for the 2nd straight game he did not shoot the rock well (8/19 from the
floor) and for the game Chicago shot 41.6%. The Bulls are not a high scoring
team and they have to play much better D in Game 4, as in Game 3 the Heat
shot 50.7% from the floor and this season the Bulls are 2-9 when an opponent
shoots over 50%.

Interesting fact that the last team to win a Game 3 in the Eastern Conference
semifinals and go on to lose the series was the 2005 Miami Heat.

In Game 3 in Miami the Heat beat the Bulls 96-85 and Miami covered the spread
and the posted total went Over.

This season the Heat are 48-46-1 ATS and the Bulls are 56-38-2 ATS. The Heat
are 5-2 ATS in their last 7 home games against the Bulls.

Game 4 is in Miami and the Heat have yet to lose at home in this post-season (7-

The Bulls did have a solid Game 3 on the boards out-rebounding the Heat by
9, but they have to shoot the rock better and attack the rim and not settle for
jumpers. Rose, Luol Deng (6/13 14 points), and Carlos Boozer (8/19 26 points)
all shot under 50% from the field and the Bulls only had 36 points in the paint.

Rose has to get it going, as he has struggled in the last couple of games with his
shot and Chicago has lost both games. He only had 5 assists in Game 3 and 0 in
the first half and if he is not hitting his shot he must dish out the rock more.

Joakim Noah is not a focal part of the Bulls offense, but he has to score off
offensive boards and put backs. He only had 1 point in Game 3 and only had 5
rebounds. He has to be more physical inside and get some easy buckets in the
paint as well as pull down more boards.

Betting Trends

Chicago is 11-3-1 ATS in their last 15 games against teams with a winning
percentage above 60% and they have an Under record of 7-3 in their last 10
games after an ATS loss.

Miami is 4-0 ATS in their last 4 home games, 6-0 ATS in their last 6 games
playing on 1 days rest, and they have an Over record of 5-0 in their last 5 home

Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Oklahoma City Thunder vs Dallas Mavericks Game 2 Preview

Oklahoma City Thunder vs. Dallas Mavericks – Game 2 Preview and Betting Picks

NBA Point Spread: Mavs -6 O/U OFF

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The Mavericks took Game 1 of this series and they did it with a masterpiece from superstar Dirk Nowitzki. The Big German was un-guardable going for 48 points on 12/15 shooting and he hit all 24 of his free throws. The Mavs were lights out in the game shooting 53.1% from the floor and their bench came up HUGE combining to score 53 points. Kevin Durant had a big game (40 points), but Russell Westbrook really struggled and for the Thunder to win Game 2 and win this series they will need their pair of All Stars to both play well.

Game 1 was won by the Mavs 121-112 with Dallas covering the spread and the total obviously went Over.

This season the Mavs are 54-36-3 ATS and the Thunder are 49-44-2 ATS. The Mavs have covered the spread in every home game this post-season.

Shaun Marion (11 points 5/10 shooting) was the only other starter that scored in double figures in Game 1.

The Thunder have to do a better job defending the smaller reserve guards of Jason Terry and Jose Juan Barea, who combined for 45 points off the bench on 16/28 shooting and they buried 6 of their 11 3-pointers. The Thunder were so concentrated on Nowitzki that they let these guys have too many open looks and get into the lane and score. That cannot happen again or the Thunder will be going home in a 0-2 hole.

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Russell Westbrook did go for 20 points in Game 1 and he did a good job getting to the free throw line (14/18), but he was only 3/15 from the floor and he committed 4 turnovers. If he struggles with his shooting again he has to keep attacking the rim, but he also has to dish out the rock more. He only had 3 assists in Game 1.

Westbrook is key in Game 2, as in Game 1 every other Thunder starter and 6th man James Harden all shot at least 50% from the floor.

While history is on the side of the Mavs since the winner of Game 1 has gone on to win the series 78.6% of the time the Thunder lost Game 1 in their last series against Memphis and went on to win the series.

Betting Trends

Oklahoma City is 1-3-1 ATS in their last 5 road games, 10-4 ATS in their last 14 after allowing 100 points or more in their previous game, and has an Over record of 4-1 in their last 5 games.

Dallas is 9-0 ATS in their last 9 home games, 19-6-1 ATS in their last 26 games overall, and they have an Over record of 4-1 in their last 5 home games.

In the last 5 games between these 2 teams in Dallas the total has gone Over every time.


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