|Written by Vincent Di Mello|
|Saturday, 09 May 2009 09:47|
NBA Playoffs action will resume with game three of the Nuggets/Mavericks series as gamblers can make a sports bet on one of the hottest teams in any sport. NBA Playoffs fans have been surprised by the Denver Nuggets so far, as they have not lost a sports bet in post season action. The Nuggets won and covered in the first two games of this NBA Playoffs series and extended their sports bet payoff streak to seven straight games.
In game one of this NBA Playoffs series at Denver, the Nuggets prevailed with a 109-95 win as 6.5-point chalks as the game stayed under the total of 206.5. Nene was the star in this NBA Playoffs game as he led the Nuggets in scoring with 24 points. Carmelo Anthony was right behind his teammate with 23 points. Dirk Nowitzki led the Mavericks with a strong 28 points.
Denver was just as impressive in game two of this NBA Playoffs series as they beat Dallas 117-105 as 7-point home chalks. Nowitzki did all he could to help the Mavericks as he scored 35 points. Nene and Anthony again were the one-two NBA Playoffs punch for the Nuggets as they each had 25 points. JR Smith added 21 more for Denver.
So far in the NBA Playoffs Denver is the top ranked team against the spread. They are also ranked 2nd on offense, 3rd on defense, and 2nd in rebounding. They have been the most balanced and dominant team so far in the NBA Playoffs. Anthony leads the Nuggets in scoring for the playoffs with an average of 24.0-points per game. Nene was averaging 13.4-points per game along with 7.1-rebounds per game. Chauncey Billups has also been impressive with 19.6-points per game.
So far Dallas is ranked just 15 out of 16 teams for defense in the post season. Defense has always been a weakness for the Mavericks and this year it has been so bad that it has not been able to cover for the offense, which is ranked 9th. Nowitzki leads the Mavericks in scoring with an average of 22.7-points per game.
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Bet on the MLBGamblers might feel compelled to place their baseball bets on San Francisco. Rival evaluators who scouted the Giants’ offensive work during spring training all left thinking the same thing; pitchers from opposing teams will have to dig deep. Similar to the Kansas City Royals of the previous two years, the Giants are not known for striking out too often.