What Bettors Should Know for Sunday, June 15

1. NBA

– Game 5 of the NBA Finals tips off tonight at 8:10 PM ET and, according to our NBA Betting Trends, the San Antonio Spurs are currently receiving just 44% of spread bets as a 5.5-point home favorite. Leading the series 3-1, the Spurs are listed as -1445 favorites to win the series at Pinnacle.

– After his incredible performances in Games 3 and 4, Spurs G/F Kawhi Leonard has emerged as the favorite to be named the NBA Finals MVP.

2. MLB

– Contrarian betting continues to be profitable for MLB bettors during the 2014 MLB season, so make sure to view our recent MLB Betting Against the Public update.

– Earlier this week we detailed the impact that low-scoring MLB games have had on totals (Over/Unders). Click here to read the full article.

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

3. World Cup

– With the World Cup well under way, be sure to check out our 2014 World Cup Central for real-time odds, public betting trends, recent blog posts and more.

4. Golf

– Earlier this week we posted 2014 U.S. Open Odds and Martin Kaymer was listed as a +4000 longshot to win. He’s currently 5 shots up heading into the final round of play.

5. College Football

– On Friday the Golden Nugget released their “Game of the Year” betting lines for many of the upcoming season’s biggest games. You can also view the 2014-15 NCAAF Futures and Win Totals.

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David Solar

David Solar is the Content Manager at Sports Insights. He specializes in sports betting analytics and creating data-driven betting systems. He can be reached directly at david@sportsinsights.com or on twitter at @TheDavidSolar.

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