Sports Betting Week: Another OKC Upset?

After shocking the basketball world with a blowout win in Game 3 the Oklahoma City Thunder will look to take a stranglehold on the Western Conference Finals on Tuesday when they host the Golden State Warriors.

The Thunder were a 2.5-point home underdog in Game 3, but ended up throttling the Warriors 133-105. Kevin Durant led the way with 33 points for the Thunder and Russell Westbrook added 30 points and 12 assists. If the Thunder can pick up a win on Tuesday they would be looking at a series clincher on Thursday.

Sports Betting Weekend: Preakness Stakes

The horses run wild again this weekend with the second leg of the Triple Crown, the Preakness Stakes, set for Saturday afternoon.

After winning the Kentucky Derby, undefeated Nyquist is a -175 favorite at online sportsbook Bovada to keep his winning streak going in the Preakness. The only other horses in the 11-horse field that also ran in the Derby are Exaggerator (+375) and Lani (+4000).

Sports Betting Week: Cavaliers Big Chalk

The Toronto Raptors will make their Eastern Conference Finals debut on Tuesday night, but they’re big underdogs against the Cleveland Cavaliers on the NBA betting lines.

Sports Betting Weekend: NBA, NHL, & UFC

The Toronto Raptors could advance to the Eastern Conference Finals for the first time in franchise history with a win over the Miami Heat on Friday night.

The Raptors hold a 3-2 series lead after winning Game 5 by a score of 99-91 as a 4.5-point favorite. The oddsmakers at online sportsbook Bovada are favoring the Raptors to take the series at -350. The Heat are a +275 underdog. If Miami can pull it out on Friday it would set up a winner-take-all Game 7 in Toronto on Sunday.

Sports Betting Week: Thunder Try to Roll

In the NBA on Tuesday night the Oklahoma City Thunder and San Antonio Spurs square off in a pivotal Game 5 of their opening-round series. The series is tied 2-2 following a 111-97 win by the Thunder in Game 4 as a 2-point home favorite at online sportsbook Bovada. Kevin Durant netted a game-high 41 points to will Oklahoma City to the win and even the series.