Sports Betting Tips With Chris Sheridan: Episode 43: Play The Pacers

The Indiana Pacers are 60-1 to win the NBA title, which is not the worst wager in the history of wagers. Tonight, they have a measuring stick game against the Philadelphia 76ers in Indianapolis on TNT.

Beat Writer J. Michael of the Indianapolis Star weighed in with his thoughts on tonight’s game and the key matchups, picking Bojan Bogdanovic to go over 15.5 points as the best bet of the night.

As for Victor Oladipo at 250-1  to win the NBA’s Most Valuable Player award? Uhh  … no.

The Pacers are too balanced of a team, and they can win while having one of five or six different players be the leading scorer on any given night.

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Go ahead and give a listen, and we will learn later tonight whether L. Michael’s forecasts were on the money.

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About Chris Sheridan

Chris Sheridan is a veteran sports journalist who previously covered the NBA for ESPN. He worked for the Associated Press for 18 years, and also served as the 76ers beat writer for NJ.com. Sheridan is the host of Sports Betting Tips, a podcast covering all things gambling.

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Sports Betting Tips With Chris Sheridan: Episode 43
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What should we expect from Thursday night's TNT game between the Indiana Pacers and Philadelphia 76ers? J. Michael of the Indianapolis Star and Chris Sheridan of GetMoreSports.com kick around a few ideas.
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About Chris Sheridan

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Chris Sheridan is a veteran sports journalist who previously covered the NBA for ESPN. He worked for the Associated Press for 18 years, and also served as the 76ers beat writer for NJ.com. Sheridan is the host of Sports Betting Tips, a podcast covering all things gambling.

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