What Bettors Should Know for Wednesday, June 11

What Bettors Should Know for Wednesday, June 11

1. NBA

– Last night the Spurs jumped out to a 71-50 halftime lead and cruised to an easy 111-92 victory to take a 2-1 lead in the NBA Finals. The Heat have opened as 5-point favorites in Thurday night’s crucial Game 4 matchup.

– Although the 2014 season hasn’t finished yet, one prominent offshore sportsbook has already posted NBA Championship futures for the 2014-15 season.

2. NHL

– Leading the Stanley Cup Final 3-0, the Los Angeles Kings have a chance to clinch tonight in New York. According to our NHL Betting Trends, the Kings are currently receiving 53% of moneyline bets as a +126 underdog. The Rangers are currently listed as -141 favorites.

– Ready to look ahead to the 2014-15 season? Then check out our 2015 NHL Stanley Cup futures

3. MLB

– Last night’s game between the Detroit Tigers and Chicago White Sox was postponed due to rain, and no makeup date has been announced. As a result, John Danks will replace Anthony Rienzo as today’s starter for the White Sox.

– Other key injuries for Wednesday include:

Tigers 1B Miguel Cabrera, Hamstring, Probable
Astros OF George Springer, Knee, Questionable
Pirates SP Francisco Liriano, Side, Questionable

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

4. Golf

– The 2014 U.S Open, the second golf major of the year, will begin tomorrow at Pinehurst No.2 in North Carolina. Click here for the latest odds.

5. World Cup

– The World Cup kicks off tomorrow as Brazil (-340) hosts Croatia (+1195) with the Draw priced at +410. For all of the latest odds and trends, make sure to view our 2014 World Cup Central with real-time odds, public betting percentages and much more.

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David Solar

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

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