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LeagueCapper
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And all the trolls come right back in 
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No choking this time k Toronto? Let's get it going
LeagueCapper
LeagueCapper
Quote Originally Posted by Titusblink:

Love the card LC

 

So you like Pelicans more than Jazz tomorrow. I have Jazz at +2 for game 3 and thus, love the value in Utah tease


I do yes. Utah has a dominant home court but Houston is still in an obvious bounce back spot after their performance on their home court. Jazz is an okay play, but Pelicans much stronger imo.
LeagueCapper
LeagueCapper
Quote Originally Posted by Robd08:

No sixers / raptors ml parlay ? cmooon pays +110 

Not much of a difference from -4 to ML in this game to warrant the juice. Philly should win convincingly in my opinion tonight.

Also, I have 2k riding on Raptors -1 with teasers so no point in adding more liability.


LeagueCapper
LeagueCapper
Boston’s home dominance ends tonight.

  • Raptors -6.5 -105 ($1,000)
  • 76ers -4 -115 ($1,500)
  • Celtics TT Under 100.5 -110 ($500)
  • Pelicans +4 -102 ($1,000)
  • Raptors -1 / Pelicans +10 -120 ($1,500) 
  • Raptors -1 / Jazz +9 -120 ($500) 
Big card for these next two days but like them all. All lines available through 5d and Bovada currently

LeagueCapper
LeagueCapper
Quote Originally Posted by LeagueCapper:

Again Toronto missed a golden opportunity to win a game they should have, but yes people claiming this series is over couldn't be further from the truth. 

Toronto just needs to avoid a hangover in game 2 and they'll be alright.

Cleveland will wear out by the end of the series:

Tomorrow's game will be:

  • Cleveland’s 5th playoff game in 9 days. Lebron's total minutes: 161
  • Toronto’s 4th playoff game in 9 days. Derozan’s total minutes: 112
  • Toronto’s 4th playoff game in 9 days. Lowry’s total minutes:  107 
Toronto must survive the hangover in game 2. 


There's a reason Cleveland will still be an underdog to win this series even if they leave Toronto with a 1-1 split
LeagueCapper
LeagueCapper
Again Toronto missed a golden opportunity to win a game they should have, but yes people claiming this series is over couldn't be further from the truth. 

Toronto just needs to avoid a hangover in game 2 and they'll be alright.

Cleveland will wear out by the end of the series:

Tomorrow's game will be:

  • Cleveland’s 5th playoff game in 9 days. Lebron's total minutes: 161
  • Toronto’s 4th playoff game in 9 days. Derozan’s total minutes: 112
  • Toronto’s 4th playoff game in 9 days. Lowry’s total minutes:  107 
Toronto must survive the hangover in game 2. 

LeagueCapper
LeagueCapper
Y’all need to calm down, Toronto is the better team. I’m worried about a possible hangover for game 2 after that brutal loss but if they come out and take care of business they’ll be okay. Don’t forget that Cavs will still be an underdog to win this series if Toronto wins game 2 despite Cleveland leaving with a split. 
LeagueCapper
LeagueCapper
Cavs never led in regulation, not even for 1 second. Quit acting like Cavs were supposed to win that game, Toronto just choked
LeagueCapper
LeagueCapper
Toronto missed a golden opportunity 2nite, Cleveland had no business winning this game. Couldn't believe my eyes watching JV miss 7 layups under the rim late in the 4th 
LeagueCapper
LeagueCapper
philly is so overvalued now. are they ready to be this big of a road favorite in the playoffs?

hard for me to stay away from boston at this number, but will just watch and see how philly is able to handle this 1
LeagueCapper
LeagueCapper
One more add for tomorrow:

Raptors Over 111 -115 ($500)

Toronto will turn this into a track meet tomorrow
LeagueCapper
LeagueCapper
Quote Originally Posted by Achilles1629:

Even with all this being said, discounting Lebron is playing with fire. The pulse out there is that lebron and the Cavs are in over their heads; people say that because if what they saw in round 1. The Cavs and lebron know they need to up their game and even if it’s just by a little, you can’t count them out. Lebrons legacy is continuing to be written here and even though he may not reach the finals, winning this series in game 7 again would only add it that legacy. Games 1 and 2 are monumental for both teams specifically because the chances decrease greatly for the Cavs if they have to play catch up and it decreases by the game for the raptors given that playoff lebron will be felt later in the series. Raptors have to be up 2-0 or they could lose this

I like playing with fire. Cleveland is not getting past Toronto
BornToDie
BornToDie
Jaylen Brown is doubtful currently, this line will probably rise to -4.5 / -5 once he's confirmed out. Just him out alone is pretty big, but when he's out after Kyrie and Hayward are already out, their depth is taking more of a hit now
begginerboy
begginerboy
Quote Originally Posted by vni1:

who cares it's only one series you think the league gives a garbage 

That's what most fail to realize. The NBA has been going strong for 50+ years. 1 series that will most likely not even last 10 days, means absolutely nothing to the league. On to the next.
LeagueCapper
LeagueCapper
Quote Originally Posted by capperator:

This is the best chance they’ll have to knock out lebron. If they can’t then they never will.

Agreed
LeagueCapper
LeagueCapper
Quote Originally Posted by scalabrine:

Game 1 will set the tone.

And frankly the Raptors are the bottom of the barrel when it comes to winning game 1 in a playoff series.

I will not back them in game 1 and I most certainly am not laying 6 points given that.

For some reason when they are home they are even worse.

But I will be rooting for them and that you win your bet.

LeagueCapper
LeagueCapper
Quote Originally Posted by Jailbait7127:

-190 on reduced if u are playing on 5d buddy.. gl

-185 now, two series in a row I got a bad line lol. Locked in at -200 already. I couldn't have just waited an hour? 

Regardless, Toronto will be near -280 after game 1
LeagueCapper
LeagueCapper
Quote Originally Posted by begginerboy:

Refs came to play in the nick of time to save OKC's season. Those fouls on Gobert were huge, as were the ones on Favors. Opened up the lane and the flood gates. Completely changed the game. Now let's see if the Thunder can take advantage.

Now that the series is over, we can look at the #s and see refs didn't help anybody:

  • Thunder 130 Fouls
  • Jazz 124 Fouls
  • Thunder 127 Free Throws Attempted
  • Jazz 156 Free Throws Attempted
The better team won

LeagueCapper
LeagueCapper
Quote Originally Posted by melossinglet:

nice work,dude!!..a few hairy moments but utah was definitively the better team over the course of the series...and any angle relying on "ulterior motives" was obviously put to bed as they had a perfect chance to extend that game even further but swallowed the whistle on the paul george shot.

Couldn't have asked for a better way to end the series given the talk
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