Sports Betting Online – Keep An Eye Out For These Betting Options

by Dirty on June 5, 2012

Online Gambling at BetOnline Sportsbook



If you bet on sports, you have a busy week with plenty of different options as the NBA playoffs is down to their final four, while the Stanley Cup finals switches from New Jersey to Los Angeles and the week wraps with some baseball action.


Thunder Spurs Odds (Monday, 9:00 PM ET): San Antonio is favored by five points at home in Game 5 of their Western Conference finals matchup against Oklahoma City, and those wagering at sports betting sites would tell you that the home team has won the first four games of this series. It is down to a best-of-three now, which makes home-court advantage even more important.


Celtics Heat Odds (Tuesday, 8:30 PM ET): The home team has also come out on top over the first four games of the Eastern finals as well, and Miami is favored at home on Tuesday night by eight points. The Heat could also be getting Chris Bosh back after an abdominal strain has sidelined the All-Star forward for the last nine games.


Devils Kings Odds (Wednesday, 8:00 PM ET): Cappers at betting sites should find the Kings favored in Game 4 of the Stanley Cup finals, but they’re not quite the same in Los Angeles, although they could be going to close out the series after Game 3 on Monday. The Devils failed to protect their home ice and the Kings ran their record to 10-0 on the road, but can they bring the same intensity to the table at the Staples Center?


Rays Yankees Odds (Thursday, 7:05 PM ET): In this huge American League East matchup, a pair of ace southpaws square off in the Bronx as C.C. Sabathia and the Yankees welcome David Price and the Tampa Bay Rays. Sabathia beat Price when the two teams met in New York back in May, and the Yankees should end up being the favorite; 2012 Triple Crown betting sharps would compare this to a pair of thoroughbreds at Saturday’s Belmont Stakes.


Nationals Red Sox Odds (Friday, 7:10 PM ET): Interleague action kicks off on Friday with Boston getting their first look at the game’s next big thing in Washington’s Stephen Strasburg, who has looked like a Young candidate for the surprising Nationals. The Red Sox will counter with Felix Doubront, who is making the transition from the bullpen to the rotation and has given up five homers in his last three starts, but Boston has won two of those games. American League fans won’t get a lot of chances to see Strasburg much in 2012, and you can wager that you’ll see at least one “Strasburg to Boston in the future” article this week as you are researching your online sportsbook pick.


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