What Bettors Should Know for Monday, May 26

What Bettors Should Know for Monday, May 26

1. NBA

– Last night the Oklahoma City Thunder defeated the San Antonio Spurs 106-97 and now trail the series 2-1. The Thunder have opened as 2.5-point favorites for Tuesday’s Game 4 matchup.

– Prior to tip-off, we tweeted out the following trend from our Bet Labs account (the system improved to 91-56 with last night’s win):

– Tonight the Miami Heat (-6) will host the Indiana Pacers. Leading the series 2-1, the Heat are currently -675 favorites to win the series at Pinnacle.

2. MLB

– Yesterday afternoon Dodgers RHP Josh Beckett threw the first no-hitter of the year. Following his impressive achievement we tweeted out the following prop bet (which was available before the season began).

– Key injuries for today include:

-In other injury news, Cleveland Indians 2B Jason Kipnis is expected to be activated from the disabled list prior to Tuesday’s (5/27) game against the Chicago White Sox. Other injuries to monitor include:

Diamondbacks 2B Aaron Hill, Ankle, Questionable
Orioles 1B Chris Davis, Personal, Doubtful
Royals OF Norichika Aoki, Elbow, Probable
Red Sox 1B Mike Napoli, Finger, DL

– For the latest injury and lineup information, make sure to check out our MLB injury page.

3. NHL

– In Sunday night’s NHL playoff action, the New York Rangers beat the Montreal Canadiens 3-2 and now lead their Eastern Conference Finals matchup three games to one. Updated series odds should be posted later today.

– Tonight the Los Angeles Kings (-135) will host the Chicago Blackhawks (+115). According to our NHL betting trends, the Blackhawks were receiving 74% of moneyline bets at the time of publication.


– Get ready for the upcoming College Football season with the 2014-15 Heisman Odds, Week 1 Betting Lines and Championship Futures.

5. NFL

– Getting ready for the upcoming season? On Friday we posted the 2014 NFL Divisional Odds, but make sure you’ve also checked out the following articles:

David Solar

David was the Content Manager at Sports Insights. He has since moved on to greener pastures.

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