MLB Odds: Yankees vs. Orioles

The New York Yankees and their AL-best offense head to Baltimore today to face the Orioles in an AL East showdown.

CC Sabathia (0-1, 2.52) will get the start for the Yankees, while Brad Bergesen (0-2, 3.37) gets the ball for Baltimore. Sabathia allowed four runs on eight hits in 6 1-3 innings in his last start against Texas. Bergesen is coming off a loss against Cleveland in which he gave up three runs on six hits in five innings.


NBA Playoff Betting: Thunder vs. Nuggets

Kevin Durant and the Oklahoma City Thunder take a 2-0 series lead into tonight's Game 3 matchup with the Denver Nuggets.

The Thunder won Game 2 106-89 and covered the 4.5-point spread. Durant led Oklahoma City with 23 points and Ty Lawson netted 20 points for Denver.


Bellator 42 Fight Card Preview

Season Four of the Bellator Fighting Championships is nearing an end as the promotion takes the action to Concho, Oklahoma for Bellator 42. Two semifinal Light Heavyweight tournament matches are scheduled, as well as the Bellator debut of Sengoku veteran and Sharkfights Featherweight title holder Ronnie Mann.


MLB Odds: Phillies visit Padres

Cole Hamels takes the mound tonight to lead the Philadelphia Phillies against the San Diego Padres in the second game of a four-game set.

Hamels (1-1, 4.32) recorded a no decision in his last start against Florida after allowing two runs on seven hits with seven strikeouts in seven innings. Schedule for start for the Padres is Clayton Richard (1-0, 4.50). The southpaw was roughed up for six runs on seven hits in 5 1-3 innings versus Houston in his last start but escpaed with a no decision.


NBA Playoff Odds: Celtics vs. Knicks

Holding a 2-0 series lead the Boston Celtics visit Madison Square Gardens tonight looking for another win over the New York Knicks.

In Game 2 the Celtics posted a 96-93 win as a 6.5-point favorite. Rajon Rondo led Boston with 30 points and seven assists, while Carmelo Anthony exploded for 42 points, 17 rebounds and six assists for the Knicks in the losing effort.


Sabres, Flyers on NHL lines

Philadelphia struggled down the stretch in the regular season and now they face the hot goaltending of Ryan Miller and the Buffalo Sabres, who are +140 road underdogs at Bovada for Game 5 of their first-round series on Friday night in NHL playoff betting action.

Miller stopped 35 shots in blanking the Flyers 1-0 in the series opener, while turning away 32 shots in Game 4 for his second shutout of the series, which helped the Sabres knot the best-of-seven Eastern Conference first-round set at two games apiece.


NBA Betting: Celtics, Spurs look for wins

After dropping two games in Boston the New York Knicks will be desperate for a win Friday night when they host the Celtics in Game 3 of their opening-round playoff series.

If there's one comfort the Knicks can take from their first two losses in the series it's that both games were at least close; that gives New York something to build on in Game 3. Unfortunately for the Knicks, injuries may wipe out that small positive.


MLB Odds: Red Sox vs. Angels

The Red sox were a near perfect 9-1 versus the Los Angeles Angels last season and the start of a four-game series with Los Angeles on Thursday may be just what Boston needs to turn their season around.

The Red Sox will send Josh Beckett (2-1, 1.80) to the mound tonight, while the Angeles hand the ball to rookie Tyler Chatwood (1-1, 3.75). Beckett sytmied the Blue Jays last time out, allowing one run on three hits with nine strikeouts over seven innings. Chatwood recorded his first career win in his last start after holding the White Sox to one run on five hits in seven innings.


NBA Playoff Betting: Bulls vs. Pacers

Will a change of venue mean a change in the win column for the Indiana Pacers, as they head home down 2-0 to the Chicago Bulls in their opening round playoff series?

The Bulls took Game 2 on Tuesday night by a score of 96-90, but failed to cover the 11-point spread. Derrick Rose led the Bulls with 36 points, eight rebounds and six assists, while Danny Granger had 19 points for the Pacers.


Crown Royal 400 Betting Preview

Kyle Busch sits sixth overall in the NASCAR driver standings, but he could catapult himself up the ladder with a win in the Crown Royal 400 on April 30 in Virginia.

Busch is the two-time defending champion of the Crown Royal 400 at Richmond International Raceway, and could be a good betting favorite for a three-peat in this year’s race. In addition to last year’s victory, Busch won the Nationwide Series race that weekend.



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