Odds Shark Top Sportsbooks

Cavs 1-5 ATS in Last Six Against Bulls

The Cleveland Cavaliers continue to be losers on the NBA betting lines in games against the Chicago Bulls, but they'll still get a chance to take a 3-2 lead in their best-of-seven second-round playoff series on Tuesday night.

Cleveland tied up the series at 2-2 on Sunday with an 86-84 road victory in which they failed to cover as 3-point favorites on the NBA odds at the online sportsbooks in an UNDER result. The Cavaliers have now managed to pick up just one ATS victory in their last six games against the Bulls.

Game ID: 

Clippers Can Close Series on ATS Roll

The Los Angeles Clippers are now 4-0 ATS in their last four games against the Houston Rockets as they try to close out the best-of-seven second-round NBA playoff series between the two teams when they hit the floor together on Tuesday.

Los Angeles went up 3-1 on Houston in the series on Sunday with a convincing 128-95 victory in which they easily covered the 6.5-point spread at home at the online sportsbooks in an OVER result. The OVER is now 4-0 in the four games between the Clippers and Rockets in the series.

Game ID: 

Jays Have Been Dominant vs Os Starter

The Baltimore Orioles have been tagged with a loss in seven of Chris Tillman's last eight starts against the Toronto Blue Jays with those two AL East division rivals set to meet on the diamond on Tuesday night in baseball betting action.

Tillman is 2-4 with a 6.25 ERA on the year, allowing 14 runs on 12 hits in just seven innings of work in two starts against the Blue Jays so far this season. Mark Buehrle is slated to get the ball for Toronto on Tuesday night; Buehrle sits at 4-2 with a 6.00 ERA through his six 2015 outings.

Game ID: 

Habs Ride a Winning Run Against Bolts

The Montreal Canadiens have turned the tables and paid out on the NHL moneyline in each of their last two games against the Tampa Bay Lightning with those teams continuing their best-of-seven second-round playoff series on Tuesday night.

Montreal cut Tampa Bay's series lead to 3-2 on Saturday night with a 2-1 home victory at -125 on the NHL betting lines at the online sportsbooks. The Canadiens also topped the Lightning by a 6-2 score on the road in Game 4 of the series to end their eight-game skid against the Bolts.

Game ID: 

West Virginia

Gambling in West Virginia includes five casinos with state-owned table games along with two operating horse and dog tracks. The casinos were legalized in 1994 and are primarily known as “racinos” where video lottery games are located at parimutuel horse and dog tracks. In addition, West Virginia has a lottery and allows charitable gambling such as bingo and raffles.

South Dakota

Legal gambling in South Dakota can be found in tribal casinos along with others in the famous city of Deadwood. Gamblers there have a variety of options from slots to table games, including blackjack, craps, roulette and poker. In addition, the state has a self-funded lottery and also allows betting on licensed horse and dog racing plus charitable gaming like bingo.

South Carolina

With a 207-year-old law banning any game that includes cards or dice still on the books, South Carolina is far from the forefront when it comes to gambling. While other states around the nation are legalizing gambling in multiple forms, South Carolina is firmly entrenched in its old, anti-gambling ways.

Rhode Island

Gambling in the state of Rhode Island is limited to two state-licensed casinos with slots, virtual gaming and some table games like blackjack, roulette, craps, baccarat and poker. In addition, betting on horse and dog racing, jai alai and charitable gambling are all allowed – some in limited areas though – and the state lottery was also founded in 1974.


To Oregon's credit, its laws on gaming are clear, leaving little room for misinterpretation. Unfortunately for residents of the state, this is not necessarily a good thing when it comes to sports gambling and playing cards. Placing a bet or playing in a game with someone who is collecting a fee is illegal and comes with a harsh penalty.

It isn't all bad in Oregon, however. Tribal compacts set the stage for casino gambling years ago, and social games in which the house is not collecting any money are completely legal. Bettors have options, but must bet online at their own risk.


Home to over 70 Native American casinos, Oklahoma has more than enough variety for bettors looking to play their favorite slots and table games. Choctaw Durant and Winstar World have two well known poker rooms that are popular spots for tournaments.

As is the case across most states in the country however, there are no legal options for sports bettors. Oklahoma does have general laws against placing bets outside of tribal casinos, but with no specific mention of sports betting or online betting, sports bettors that venture online can feel relatively safe.


Subscribe to Odds Shark RSS