What Sports Bettors Should Know for Sunday, May 4th

What Sports Bettors Should Know for Sunday, May 4th

1. MLB

– For the first time in many years, there is legitimate interest surrounding the Miami Marlins which is mainly due to the performance of stud RHP Jose Fernandez (2.08 ERA in 34 career starts). In fact, the Marlins have opened as -195 favorites for Sunday’s game against the Dodgers. They have not been this large of a favorite since July 22, 2010.

– Ervin Santana (Thumb) will miss Tuesday’s start against the St. Louis Cardinals.  Other notable injuries for today’s games include:

Indians 2B Jason Kipnis, Oblique, DL
Brewers OF Ryan Braun, Side, DL
Reds OF Billy Hamilton, Hand, Doubtful
Rockies C Wilin Rosario, Illness, Questionable
Angels 1B Albert Pujols, Hamstring, Probable

– View our MLB injury page for the latest updates.

2. NBA

– The Los Angeles Clippers, Indiana Pacers and Oklahoma City Thunder were all victorious in their respective game 7 matchups. You can see the opening price for their second round matchups listed below.

– There are two remaining game seven’s on tap this afternoon as the Toronto Raptors (-3) host the Brooklyn Nets and the San Antonio Spurs (-7) host the Dallas Mavericks.  Before betting either of these games, make sure you’ve read about some of most historically profitable Game 7 Betting Trends.

– Tom Thibodeau, Kevin Ollie, John Calipari and Byron Scott are among the favorites to be named the next head coach of the Los Angeles Lakers.

3. NHL

– Earlier today we tweeted our the series prices for the second round of the NHL playoffs. For delayed odds and public betting percentages, make sure to check out our free NHL Betting Trends.

– The Minnesota Wild are currently receiving just 28% of moneyline bets as a +175 road underdog today against the Chicago Blackhawks. Based on the research discussed in our recent NHL Betting Against the Public article, the Wild are offering historical value to contrarian bettors.

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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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