MLB Odds: Cardinals vs. Royals

Albert Pujols and the St. Louis Cardinals continue their three-game Interleague series with the Kansas City Royals today at Kauffman Stadium.

Jake Westbrook (3-3, 6.07) will get the start for the Cardinals, while the Royals will give Nate Adcock (1-0, 2.16) the ball. Westbrook held the Phillies to one run on four hits in seven innings in his last start. This will be Adcock's first start of the season after working out of the bullpen so far this year.

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NBA Playoff Odds: Mavericks vs. Thunder

The Western Conference Final heads to Oklahoma City tonight with the Thunder and Dallas Mavericks all tied up 1-1.

The Thunder tied the series with a 106-100 win in Game 2 as a 5-point road favorite. Kevin Durant led the Thunder with 24 points and Dirk Nowitzki had 29 points for Dallas.

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Pascal vs. Hopkins Boxing Odds

After another war of words outside the ring Jean Pascal and Bernard Hopkins finally get to trade blows in the ring this weekend when they face off in a Light Heavyweight championship rematch.

When Hopkins and Pascal do go toe-to-toe on Saturday night it will have been almost five months since they last met up in the ring. The initial fight between Pascal, the reigning WBC, IBO, and Ring Magazine Light Heavyweight champion, and Hopkins took place on December 18, 2010, and ended in controversy.

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Bellator 45 Fight Card Preview

The fourth season of Bellator comes to a close on Saturday night with Bellator 45 and a main card that includes two tournament finals.

On the main card of the Bellator 45 odds menu are the tournament finals from the Featherweight and Light Heavyweight divisions.

First the Featherweight bout, where Patricio Freire will take on Daniel Straus. This will be Freire's second shot at the Featherweight tournament final. He reached the final in Season 2 but lost to Joe Warren, the reigning Bellator Featherweight champion.

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MLB Betting: Yankees vs. Mets

Interleague Plays debuts this weekend with the annual subway series between the New York Mets and New York Yankees at Yankee Stadium.

The pitching matchup tonight is scheduled to be R.A. Dickey (1-5, 5.08) for the Mets and Freddy Garcia (2-3, 3.22) for the Yankees. Dickey was roughed up for six runs on 11 hits in 5 1-3 innings against the Astros in his last start. Garcia faced the Red Sox last time out and was tagged for five runs on six hits in 5 1-3 innings.

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NHL Playoff Betting Odds Update

After getting crushed by the Canucks in Game 2 on Wednesday night the San Jose Sharks need a win on Friday as they head home down 2-0 in the Western Conference final.

The Canucks' offense exploded in Game 2 and they whipped the Sharks 7-3 as a -155 favorite. Kevin Bieksa had a Gordie Howe hat trick with a goal, an assist, and a fight with Patrick Marleau in the win. Both Sedin twins had big games, as Daniel netted a pair of goals and Henrik collected three assists.

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MLB Odds: Tigers vs. Red Sox

The Red Sox look for the sweep of their short two-game series with the Tigers when they clash at Fenway and they are favored to do just that.

Justin Verlander (4-3, 2.91) gets the start tonight for Detroit, while Boston will go with Josh Beckett (3-1, 1.75) In his last start Verlander held the Royals to one run on two hits over eight innings. Beckett tossed six shutout innings against the Yankees in his last outing.

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NBA Playoff Betting: Thunder vs. Mavs

After a epic performance in the series opener what does Dirk Nowitzki have in store tonight when he leads the Dallas Mavericks up against the Oklahoma City Thunder in Game 2 of the Western Conference Finals.

Dallas won the opener 121-112 as a 6-point favorite. Nowtizki scored 48 points for Dallas, while Kevin Durant had 40 points for the Thunder.

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Royal Family Prop Betting

The Royal Wedding may have come and gone, but Will and Kate's family members are still targets for the oddsmakers. Now that Will and Kate have said I do the oddsmakers at Bovada have turned their attention to their siblings, Prince Harry and Pippa Middleton.

Prince Harry may not draw the attention William did since he will likely never be King of England, but since he's still a royal he remains entrenched in the public eye. With William married off the question now becomes: When will it be Harry's turn?

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Oprah Winfrey Prop Betting

Oprah Winfrey has been all over the news lately, with her show wrapping up and bumping the NBA's Eastern Conference Finals from the United Center. Now that her show is finally finished, what's next for Oprah?

Even though her national show may be coming to an end Oprah won't be going anywhere. She's already got her new television network, OWN, to play with. At Bovada they devised their own list and odds on what Oprah's next move will be.

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