What Bettors Should Know for Wednesday, June 4

1. NHL

– This first game of the Stanley Cup Finals begins tonight at 8:05 PM eastern time with the Los Angeles Kings (-155) hosting the New York Rangers (+140). According to our NHL Betting Trends, the Kings are currently receiving 58% of moneyline bets. To get ready for the game make sure to read our 2014 Stanley Cup Preview.

2. MLB

– There were two very significant injures in last night’s games:

– Wondering which players are the favorites for the various MLB awards? Make sure to check out the 2014 MVP Odds and the 2014 Cy Young Odds.

3. NBA

– The San Antonio Spurs are currently receiving 62% of spread bets as a 4-point favorite for Thursday’s Game 1 of the NBA Finals and are -135 favorites to win the series. However, LeBron James is the favorite to be named the NBA Finals MVP

– Yesterday Bovada posted a prop bet about one of the NBA’s most divisive players, who just happens to be an upcoming free agent:

4. Soccer

– Over the past several months we have been posting the 2014 World Cup Odds at a number of major offshore sportsbooks.

– Wondering whether the United States has a realistic chance of winning it all? On Monday we posted an article detailing USA’s World Cup betting odds.

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David Solar

David Solar has been the Content Manager at Sports Insights for over four years. He specializes in sports betting analytics and has created several popular data-driven betting systems. He can be reached directly at david@sportsinsights.com or on twitter at @TheDavidSolar.

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