Futures odds for the 2007-08 NBA champion
Dallas Mavericks +450 Phoenix Suns +450 San Antonio Spurs +350
Cleveland Cavaliers +1300 Detroit Pistons +1000 Houston Rockets +1200 Chicago Bulls +1300 Miami Heat +1300 Denver Nuggets +3000 Utah Jazz +3000 Golden State Warriors +3500 Toronto Raptors +4500 Washington Wizards +6000 Los Angeles Clippers +10000 New Jersey Nets +4500 Los Angeles Lakers +2500 Orlando Magic +4500 Seattle Sonics +6000 Portland Blazers +6000 New Orleans Hornets +6000 Milwaukee Bucks +10000 Charlotte BobCats +10000 Atlanta Hawks +10000 Minnesota T-Wolves +10000 New York Knicks +10000 Sacramento Kings +10000 Indiana Pacers +10000 Philadelphia 76ers +10000
Boston Celtics +700 Memphis Grizzlies +10000
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Posted by paolho 9 years ago
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Posted by paolho
9 years ago
"lovin Pho as well"
1* Cleveland (1:00 ET): The chances for the Browns to avoid the infamy of 0-16 are rapidly dwindling. They are just four games left, but realistically there's probably only two shots where they have a legit chance to win, Dec 24th vs. San Diego and here. This week they are coming off a bye and hosting Cincinnati. I'll recommend to take the points.
It's not as if the Browns haven't been competitive. In fact, they actually outgained the Giants two weeks ago in a 27-13 loss. That game really swung on a defensive score by the G-Men. Despite what the final scores might indicate, they've been competitive in four of the last five games. That doesn't even include close losses to Baltimore, Miami and Tennessee earlier in the year. Robert Griffin III, out since Week 1, is expected to be back this week as the starting QB. Coming off a bye and still motivated to avoid NFL history ('08 Lions only 0-16 team in history), the Browns are a solid value this week. Consider that the "lookahead" line for this game was only +3.5.
The Bengals turned in one of their best performances of the year last week, routing Philadelphia 32-14. But it's "too little, too late" here as a 4-7-1 SU record is probably too big of a hole to climb out of. Even if they were to win out, I'm not sure the Bengals would get into the playoffs. The offense is without WR AJ Green and unlike LW, this is a road game. So far this year, the Bengals are 1-5 SU and 0-6 ATS away from home. After being darlings at the betting window LY, Cincy is just 3-8-1 ATS overall in 2016. With Browns HC Hue Jackson being the Bengals former OC, might there be a little sympathy on the sidelines? Not sure, but Cleveland is also due to erase an 0-4 SU/ATS slide in this AFC North rivalry. 1* Cleveland