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 5 years ago
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Posted by paolho
5 years ago
"lovin Pho as well"
I'm going with the Under as the Mariners and Angels wrap up a four-game set Thursday. Runs have certainly been scarce the last two games, one a 3-2 Seattle win and last night's 1-0 victory by LA. I see this one going the same way as Seattle sends out Felix Hernandez to help their cause.
Here are my keys to the game:
1. Hernandez - He is coming off back to back very strong outings. Both times he went seven innings and he's allowed just one run total. He's allowed only 10 hits in 14 innings during that time, including a shutout effort vs. Oakland last Saturday (that the bullpen nearly blew). But facts are facts. Hernandez has a shiny 1.74 ERA in nine road starts this season. Earlier this year, he turned in another quality outing facing the Angels. He went 8 innings and gave up only one earned run. Expecting a quality outing here is more than reasonable.
2. Seattle Offense - The reason Hernandez doesn't have a better record is because Seattle's offense isn't very good. They were shutout Wednesday after scoring only three runs each of the previous two days. Over the last 13 games, the Mariners have scored a total of only 30 runs. They have not scored more than four in any game during that time.
3. X-Factor - Talk about a bunch of rally killers. The Angels have grounded into 77 double plays this year, most in all of baseball. That includes 11 in the last five games.
Selection: This is a free play on Under Seattle-LA Angels (1*).