Preview Week on June 11th – 17th: Interleague MLB, NBA Finals, US Open Golf

by Dirty on June 12, 2012

Betting on the NBA Finals



Week Preview


Golf Betting News: Tiger Looks To Use Momentum As US Open Begins Thursday


As far as momentum goes, Tiger Woods cannot be feeling any better heading in to the US Open this week. After a gutsy win in the Memorial Tournament in Dublin, Woods heads to the US Open looking to continue his pursuit of the record for major tournament wins on Thursday at the Olympic Club. It has been a long road back to a place where Tiger can be confident heading in to a major tournament, but he isn’t the only one that has struggled this past year. Defending tournament champion Rory McIlroy has been a shadow of the player that won this event a year ago, and along with Tiger will get the majority of attentions heading in to the US Open this week.


NBA Sportsbook News: Heat, Thunder Set To Open NBA Finals Tuesday


As predictable as the first two rounds of the NBA finals might have been, there is no denying the excitement that the conference finals brought, with the Miami Heat and Oklahoma City Thunder coming out on top to reach the NBA finals. Down three-games-to-two on the road in Boston for game six, Lebron James came alive with one of the most dominant playoff performances in NBA history, and sent the series back to Miami for a game seven the Heat would go on to win to reach the finals. Perhaps even more impressive, the Thunder didn’t need seven games to take care of the San Antonio Spurs, despite dropping the first two in the series. Oklahoma City stormed back with four-straight wins to send the Spurs home, and now Kevin Durant, Russell Westbrook, and James Harden will get the chance to bring the Thunder franchise its first NBA title beginning on Tuesday night.


Baseball Betting News: Yankees Aim For Top Spot In AL East; Red Sox Look To Stop Bleeding


The New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox are two of the most successful franchises in MLB history. Right now, they are two teams heading in opposite directions in the American League East. The Red Sox are coming off a three-game sweep of the Washington Nationals on the weekend, and have dropped to the basement of the AL East as the only team in the division with a record below .500, with a trip to Miami to face the Marlins this week. Meanwhile, the Yankees are headed in the other direction with three straight wins over the New York Mets and have earned victories in eight of their last 10 overall to climb within a half-game of the Tampa Bay Rays for top spot. The Yankees will take on the Atlanta Braves this week, with the Rays hosting the Mets.

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