Online Betting and Online Gambling

NBA Playoffs Online Betting on the Indiana Pacers

A year ago, no matter how hard they tried, the Miami Heat did not make it to the NBA Finals.  This year however NBA online betting fans have seen a very different scenario. The Heat have been able beat the Pacers salvaging their win in the Eastern Conference Finals and later on defeating the Oklahoma City Thunder. Now they will have to defeat the Pacers again in this year's finals, however this task will be easy as the Pacers have not really been any good since the last time they played against the Heat.

Indiana is a well-prepared team.  In every game they play, you cannot help but think they have a chance to win and many online betting fans go as far as taking action on their games.  They have performed good in the playoffs however the decision they took upon not restructuring their approach against the Knicks was not well taken by the public.  They would have managed the win against New York faster.  The Pacers did win and eliminated the Knicks; however, it could have been more efficiently.

Online Betting: Ole Miss Rebels vs. Alabama Crimson Tide

Before you even look at the live lines this week, you already know the Alabama Crimson Tide will enter as the favorite in this edition of online betting. This is the benefit of being the top ranked team in the country; no matter who you play, you are the favorite. However, they still have to show they deserve the ranking every week, and this game against the Ole Miss Rebels is no exception.

Online Betting: Cleveland Browns vs. New York Giants

It’s safe to assume that Jim Brown won’t be an NFL scout anytime in the near future. Brown, the Hall of Fame running back that spent his entire career in Cleveland, said in a roundabout way that Trent Richardson was going to be a bust. The only bust that Richardson’s name might one day be associated is in Canton.

Online Bets: Baltimore Ravens vs. St. Louis Rams

Just because Joe Flacco and most of the other offensive starters won’t be on the field Thursday doesn’t mean the Ravens won’t be in no-huddle mode.

Betting Online: Cincinnati Bengals vs. Indianapolis Colts

After a poor offensive showing against Green Bay last Thursday, the Bengals might decide to send out their starters for a quarter against the Colts. Cincinnati played its offensive starters into the third quarter last week but they only produced a pair of field goals. On one possession, they had a first-and-goal from the 1-yard line but couldn’t punch it in.

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