NBA Wagering : Home Covers to Continue? 5/2
Saturday and Sunday saw NBA Wagering in the profit with a proliferation of home covers. Here it is Monday morning and we have two games on our plates to feast on. Cavs and Hawks start off a rematch of last year’s Eastern Conference finals. Thunder have a lot of questions to be answered after that blowout loss to the Spurs. How will we profit on this tonight and will the home covers keep on coming in?
NBA Wagering : Weekend Action
Ratings dropped through the floor after a 43-20 first quarter by the Spurs. At no point was a cover even close after that as San Antonio romped 124-92. Miami was a six point favorite with a close game at half. Third quarter turned into into a laugher of a 106-73 win. Pattern continued with a 37-17 first quarter Warrior lead without Steph. Spread of -9 1/2 made it close but GS came through with the ATS win by a score of 118-106. Finally, the Raptors let nerves get to them after starting the fourth with a double digit lead. They held on for the win but finally a road team covered with the Pacers taking home ATS cash for us.
Double header with the Cavs being – 7 1/2 against Atlanta in the early game. There is no real resistance to the Cavs presumed path to the final. Cleveland will be most vulnerable in Game Two and expect their Big Three to look very good after a prolonged rest after the sweep against Detroit. Thunder backers would have to be very brave to back OKC tonight in the late game. Linesmakers are only giving the Spurs – 7 1/2 here because of a strong historical trend. After 25+ point losses, the team on the wrong end of things has been a goldmine to ATS cover in game two.
So what does our plate feature? Cleveland minus the points continues home dominance of the weekend. However, this all ends in the second game. The whole Durant era really hinges on this game. Should they fall badly in this series, his time for the Thunder could be at an end. Go with OKC + 7 1/2 on the road for our second projected cover. Good fortune today and we will see you on Tuesday here at the HRW.