Mid-week NBA wagers in our featured sportsbooks

Without a doubt, one of the best match-ups in the NBA would have to be between two of the three best teams in the NBA right now. The Phoenix Suns, Dallas Mavericks, and the San Antonio Spurs have everyone guessing at who will make it safely through the NBA playoffs, and have a potential run at the Finals this year.  For Wednesday however two of these teams, the Suns and the Mavericks settled in for a pre-playoff showdown at American Airlines Center in Dallas. Seeming as though these two teams would keep the game very close, taking out a wager on Phoenix on the points seemed like a good idea with Dallas being a slight favorite at home. What a great game it turned out to be indeed. Needing two overtime periods to settle the score, Phoenix ended up nipping the Dallas Mavericks 129-127 giving my sportsbook wager placed at www.Sportsbook.com a notch in the win column, not to mention a smile on my face. This game seems to be indicative of what is to be expected when great teams eventually are forced to play each other in the post-season. I for one am a little hesitant to make any predictions for who will eventually come out on top in the NBA, as it seems that on any given night either Dallas, Phoenix, or San Antonio could come out on top. Man, it is going to be a fantastic NBA postseason!

Switching gears quickly the NHL, there were a number of great games, and one notable transaction that firmly plants a classic team at home where it belongs. The Pittsburgh Penguins had been struggling to secure financing for a new arena to replace the famous Igloo, and a deal has finally been struck to keep the team from potentially going to Kansas (were they kidding?) Nonetheless, it is no doubt due to the addition of youngster Sydney Crosby and the high-flying Pens who secured their team’s home town, which should make every hockey fan pleased. I for one hate seeing teams moved, especially one with such a storied past, and strong regional ties. With that aside, there was plenty of great wagering opportunities to be had in the NHL this evening, and I for one certainly wasn’t going to miss out on the four great games being played on ice. Taking another wager at www.Betonusa.com, I came up a little short in a three team parlay bet, as both Pittsburgh and Detroit clutched up with respective wins, but Anaheim could not rally back at home, getting clipped 5-4 after a shootout victory for the Columbus Blue Jackets. With that, I break even on the night, minus a buck or two, and look forward to tomorrow’s real start to the NCAA tournament.

Make sure to get your wagers placed in our featured sportsbooks at www.CasinoReview.org, as you certainly won’t want to miss any betting action this week. It’s going to be a wild first couple of rounds, so I for one will be placing small wagers and hoping that I can keep my bankroll rolling through my opening wagers. Expect quite a few upsets, and even more great and exciting match-ups this week and through the weekend. From here on out, it’s anybody’s tournament and getting lucky with wagers will be just as valuable as knowing exactly what teams have the upper hand and should win. Check back with us tomorrow for more NCAA tournament updates, and thank you for using www.CasinoReview.org for the best in online sportsbooks and casinos.

Aaron G.