NBA Game Seven : Cleveland at Golden State 6/19

NBA Game Seven : Cleveland at Golden State 6/19

NBA Game Seven 6/19

HRWager’s coverage of NBA Game Seven is electric for the excitement of the situation.  One last game to determine the fate of two franchises.  One is on the cusp of becoming a repeat champion.  The other is courting the chance to finally bring a title to Cleveland.  These implications alone make it one of the must watch events of the spring and summer.  Sunday the 19th at 8PM sees the Warriors as a current five point favorite at home.  Let us see how we can profit from this entertaining situation here at HRWager.

NBA Game Seven : First Quarter

Few games in this series have survived the first quarter.  One team or the other finds momentum and rides the wave to a clear cut lead.  Who would have thought the Golden State would get just 11 points in the first quarter last time out?  It was over after that but not for the reasons one would think.  Certainly, the Warriors have the means to catch up from such a deficit after only 12 minutes into it.  Instead it was the defensively liabilities in part from Andrew Bogut’s injury that caused this.  Golden State could not consistently stop the dribble penetration of the Cavs.  Too many easy points on the one end would thwart any attempt at a Golden State comeback here.

So What Needs to Happen for GS to Hang On?

Odd that we think of the Warriors as the ones being on the cliff.  Two chances to close it out would certainly produce some panic.  Most of the -5 spread is based on the game being at Golden State.  What corrections are in store from Steve Kerr?  Will his complaints result in a different way of officiating?  This game will be all about hwo the whistles go early on.  If the Cavs are allowed to bulldoze their way in and get most of the contact calls to go against Golden State then they should not only cover but win the title!  This is it.  Cavs are playing about as well as they can.  Two dominant scorers with the rest playing their roles to perfection.  Meanwhile, Andre and Harrison for the Warriors have to show up.  So processing all of this, where does this take us down the path of profit?

The total holds the keys to our bankroll in this one.  207 1/2 has gone down to 206 1/2.  The market movement in this direction is wrong.  Almost all Warrior scenarios winning has the title going over.  Cav wins on the road could see the total go over as well but with a lot less degree of certainty.  Home team will dictate tempo on Sunday Night.  Cavs have the scoring to keep up.  Our Free Pick to Profit by is the over 206 1/2 for Game Seven.  Good fortune and we will see you on Sunday here at HRWager.

 

NASCAR Fathers Day Break

NASCAR Fathers Day Break

NASCAR Fathers Day

 

Sunday is coming where NASCAR Father’s Day Break gives this motorsport the opportunity for their drivers t recharge their batteries.  It comes on the heels of the temporary rule changes that were seen at Michigan International Speedway last weekend.  So now it is time for us as fans of this sport to gain some necessary perspective so that we can push for more profit.  Second half of the season starts at Sonoma next Sunday so let us ponder these points for next week’s action.

NASCAR Fathers Day Break : Kyle Busch Needs This Break

We first look at the curious case of Kyle Busch.  Here we had a top five cashing machine in props and heads up wagering.  Over the course of the first 15 races of the season, he got in the top 5 nine times.  Has this magic run ended after those three victories?  Last four races has seen him finish thirty or below in the standings.  This is wagering death for heads up propositions.  This does not mean the end of the road for him but for us betting on him in the immediate future.  With Sonoma being only one of the two road courses on the circuit for the Sprint, it is hard to see him shaking off the doldrums there.

Wager Related Trends

Martin Truex is the man for the most lead laps on the circuit so far this year.  Even in the face of that, Joe Gibbs racing leads the teams in total amount of wins.  Now is the time to look for the trend of new drivers winning to be snapped in 2016.  We have had ten unique drivers win so far in the 15 races.  11 contests are left.  History has demonstrated to us that only one or two more first time winners this season will happen.  Bad news for fans of the ones that have now been in victory row for 2016.

So lots of questions will be answered in the second part of the season.  Will Tony Stewart win his way in for his last season behind the wheel?  Drivers that need to get that one win include Chase Elliott, Kyle Larson, Randy Newman, Kasey Kahne and a host of others.  So digest on these salient points and we will be back next Saturday for our preview for the pivotal race in Sonoma.  Good fortune in your wagering and Happy Fathers Day to all this Sunday.