Caps, Bolts NHL playoff betting

Washington has their backs against the wall down 2-0 as they travel to Tampa Bay for Game 3 of their best-of-seven second-round series in NHL betting action on Tuesday night.

Washington will have to pull out the victory at a line of -110 at Sportsbook.ag, with the posted OVER/UNDER total set at 5.

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MLB Power Rankings: May 2

It didn't take long for the MLB Power Rankings to go through a big shakeup. In only our second week of computing all the numbers the Philadelphia Phillies have taken over the top spot on the list.

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UFC 129 Betting Results

MMA fans saw their sport hit a new level over the weekend when 55,000 people filled the Rogers Centre in Toronto to watch Georges St-Pierre defend his title against former Strikeforce Middleweight champion Jake Shields. As he has been for a long time, St-Pierre was safe money against Shields and paid a price as low as -390 at 5Dimes.

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MLB Odds: Yankees vs. Tigers

The Detroit Tigers host the New York Yankees and their Major League best offense tonight in the opener of a four-game series.

Veteran Bartolo Colon (2-1, 2.77) will start for the Yankees today, while Justin Verlander (2-3, 3.64) gets the ball for Detroit. Colon held the White Sox to one run on seven hits over eight innings in his last start, while Verlander allowed four runs on five hits over six innings in a loss against Seattle in his last start.

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NBA Playoff Betting: Mavericks vs. Lakers

The Los Angeles Lakers have won six of their last seven at home versus the Mavericks as they welcome Dallas to the Staples Center tonight for Game 1 of their second round playoff series.

The Lakers and Mavericks last clashed on March 31 in Los Angeles when the Lakers trounced the Mavericks 110-82 as a 6.5-point favorite. Kobe Bryant led the Lakers with 28 points, while Dirk Nowitzki had 27 points and 13 rebounds for Dallas.

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MLB Weekly Betting: Marlins vs. Cards

Florida sits second in their division but the Marlins are set to face the strong arm of Kyle Lohse of St. Louis, who will be a -165 home favorite at Sportsbook.ag when they begin a four-game set on Monday.

Lohse (4-1, 1.64 ERA) has dropped two of three head-to-head and this could make the Marlins a good wager as +145 road underdogs on the MLB betting lines. Chris Volstad (2-1, 5.32 ERA) opposes Lohse and has won two of his last three against St. Louis, including a complete-game win last season.

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MLB Odds: Mets vs. Phillies

Divisional rivals finish off a three-game set tonight when the Philadelphia Phillies play host to the New York Mets.

Cliff Lee (2-2, 4.18) is on tap to start for Philadelphia tonight, while Chris Young (1-0, 2.65) gets the call for the Mets. Lee was tagged with a loss in his last start after allowing four runs on five hits with 12 strikeouts in seven innings versus Arizona. Young earned a no decision against Washington in his last outing after giving up three runs on four hits in 4 2-3 innings.

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NBA Playoff Betting: Heat vs. Celtics

The series basketball fans have been waiting for tips off today, as LeBron James and the Miami Heat battle Kevin Garnett and the Boston Celtics.

Boston was 3-1 versus the Heat this season, but the last time they met up on April 10 Miami crushed the Celtics 100-77 as a 6-point home favorite. James led Miami with 27 points, while Paul Pierce had 24 points for Boston.

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MLB Odds: Twins vs. Royals

Justin Morneau and the Minnesota Twins AL-worst offense look for their quiet bats to wake up today when they face the Kansas City Royals.

Brian Duensing (2-0, 3.00) will get the start for Minnesota today, while Kansas City hands the ball the Sean O'Sullivan (1-1, 4.20). Duensing allowed only one run on five hits over seven innings in a win over Cleveland in his last start. O'Sullivan also faced Cleveland last time out and allowed two runs on five hits in six innings in a no decision.

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NBA Betting: Weekend Playoff Matchups

The Memphis Grizzlies have another chance to send the San Antonio Spurs packing on Friday night in Game 6 of their opening-round playoff series.

Memphis nearly knocked out the Spurs in Game 5 before some late-game magic from San Antonio. Down by three with seconds remaining the Spurs put the ball in the hands of the unlikeliest of players, little-known Gary Neal. It turned out to be a brilliant move as Neal buried the game-tying three to send the game to overtime.

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