Up and down sportsbook betting for Wednesday

You never really know what to expect in the postseason of any sport, and it is always true that no matter how big of a lead, or how long it is held, something can always change in just a blink of an eye. In Wednesday’s NBA playoff games, this could not be more true, as in one instance the Cleveland Cavaliers once found themselves on the brink of winning their series with ease and now face a rallying New Jersey Nets team who is now only one game from tying up the series at three games apiece. With their win last night in Cleveland 83-72 (though only scoring 6 points in the final quarter to win), New Jersey now has a legitimate fighting chance in this one, making online sportsbook betting that much more interesting to try and pick a winner. It has certainly been a roller coaster ride of a second round of the NBA playoffs, and the second game of the evening between the San Antonio Spurs and the Phoenix Suns showed that even a team leading the entirety of the game can fall just at the end, and either make or break anyone’s sports wagers in a split second.

Such was the case with this writer, who entered today confident with a wager placed at one of our best online sportsbooks at Betonusa.com taking the Suns to defeat the Spurs at home. Thing couldn’t have looked better throughout the game; The Spurs were held to a season low 13 points in the first quarter, Tony Parker was render all but ineffective throughout the game, and up until about two and half minutes to go the game was firmly in the Suns’ hands. That’s when things coud and did change apparently. The signs of fatigue started showing after they were forced to play three of their starters in excess of 45 minutes in total. That and not having Amare Stoudamire in the lineup helped the Spurs to steal a victory and quickly deflate the Phoenix Suns audience with an 88-85 victory, and also turning my sportsbook wager into a losing endeavor. It is certainly true that you win some and you lose some, but watching a team go 46 minutes with a lead then give it up at the last second is a little bit heartbreaking.

The great thing happens to be that sports and online sportsbook betting will go on regardless of one day of mishaps. Thursday is a new day, with plenty more betting on sports to be done, and new wagers to be (hopefully) won, and more great sports contests to pick and choose from at our best online sports betting sites featured at CasinoReview.org.  Tomorrow will see some betting on Major League Baseball, which will hopefully be a nice change of pace from the up and down carnival ride of postseason action. Once again thanks for choosing CasinoReview.org for all the best online sportsbooks and sportsbook reviews. Good luck and we’ll see you again tomorrow.

Aaron G.