Miami Heat +180
Chicago Bulls +250
New Jersey Nets +500
Detroit Pistons +550
Cleveland Cavaliers +550
Indiana Pacers +1800
Orlando Magic +1800
Toronto Raptors +2500
Boston Celtics +4000
Washington Wizards +4000
New York Knicks +4000
Philadelphia 76ers +4500
Milwaukee Bucks +4500
Atlanta Hawks +5500
Charlotte Bobcats +6000
Odds courtesy of sportsbook.com
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Whether you're looking at the last week or the entire month, the bottom line is that RED HOT Ben Burns is cashing at an almost UNPRECEDENTED rate.
A (modest) 2-1 Tuesday has him at 16-4 overall L7 days and a SIMPLY RIDICULOUS 45-14 in August
Having previously finished "in the black" seven of the past eight months, Burns isn't done yet. Subscribe.
I'm playing Kansas City and Colorado to finish UNDER the total. Yes, I know this game is being played at Coors Field. But after scoring 10 runs in each win of Sunday's doubleheader sweep against the Reds on Sunday, Colorado was held to only four runs Tuesday. I don't think they'll be scoring many, if any, more here against Danny Duffy.
Duffy has a 2.64 ERA and 1.10 WHIP. While his last three starts have all gone Over, this is someone who has allowed two runs or fewer in six of his past eight starts. He's one of those pitchers whose numbers are better than the overall record.
Kansas City has a great bullpen too. Their relievers actually have the lowest combined ERA in the American League. They uncharacterstically gave up two runs in the bottom of the ninth yesterday. In fact, eight of the 11 runs scored in last night's game came in the final three innings.
Remember that the Royals don't have the designated hitter at their disposal because this is a National League park. Their lineup should suffer. 1* Free play.
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