Miami Heat (+240)
The Heat go for the three-peat this season. Miami got stronger inside with the addition of former first-round pick Greg Oden. But can the big man make it through the season?
Oklahoma City Thunder (+700)
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Los Angeles Clippers (+800)
There is a new king in Los Angeles, with the Clippers stepping over the Lakers. New head coach Doc Rivers brings championship experience to the sidelines at the Staples Center.
Chicago Bulls (+900)
The Bulls are the Heat's closest competition in the East with the return of star PG Derek Rose. Can he be the same explosive player he was before the knee injury?
The Spurs proved there was gas left in the tank last year but now much compete with Dwight Howard and the Rockets. Brooklyn made a big splash by landing Garnett and Pierce.
Indiana Pacers (+1,400)
The Pacers were so close to a spot in the NBA Finals last year, and look to be providing the best value of the outlining favorites.
Golden State Warriors (+2,500)
Golden State added the explosive Andre Iguodala to its already potent scoring attack. Can the Warriors steal the Pacific?
The Knicks have plenty to prove in the East but still have Carmelo Anthony leading the charge. Memphis could be the odd team out in the West with Howard boosting Houston's odds.
Nuggets (+4,000)/Mavericks (+5,000)
The Nuggets are always tough at home but lack true star power. The Mavericks have plenty of big names, but their best days are far behind them.
Los Angeles Lakers (+7,500)
No Kobe. No Dwight. Can Nash and Pau keep the Lakers relevant in the West or are we about to see L.A. tank for next season?
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The Flyers arrival in town should also ensure Pittsburgh's full attention since they have defeated them in their last six encounters...
My free play is on Philly/Pitt Under at 8:05 ET.
Pittsburgh will find themselves down a man on defense with both Christian Ehrhoff and Kris Letang out for tonight's Metropolitan Division class between these two in-state rivals. With the Penguins' lacking the salary cap flexibility to call up another defenseman, they will have to resort to relying on a five-man rotation at their blue-line where all five will be expected to log in more minutes. At least in the short-term, that should not impact Pittsburgh's tenacity on its end of the ice. This team has the luxury of leaning on goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury who has bettered his numbers after the All-Star break with a 2.18 goals against average and a .922 save percentage. The Pens have plenty at stake as they fight for home ice advantage for the first round of the Eastern Conference playoffs. The Flyers arrival in town should also ensure Pittsburgh's full attention since they have defeated them in their last six encounters. The Penguins average 2.8 goals per game but see that mark fall a half-goal to 2.3 goals per game against division rivals. Pittsburgh has also played seven of its last nine games under the number against teams with a winning percentage below .400.
Philadelphia enters this contest looking to rebound from a 3-2 loss to San Jose in the shootout on Saturday. The Flyers now go on the road where the under is 5-0-2 in their last seven road games against teams with a winning record on their home ice. Much of the "credit" for these unders can go to the Philly offense that scores only 2.3 goals per game away from home which does not reach their 2.6 goals per game average for the season. However, while the Flyers' offense struggles when playing in hostile environments, a pleasant surprise for this team already eliminated from the playoffs, has been the play of Steve Mason. The netminder has a very respectable 2.24 goals against average this season along with a .927 save percentage based on a sensational second-half of the season where he has produced a .939 save percentage and 1.89 goals against average since the All Star break. Take the under.
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