Tuesday, July 26, 2005

Never to Early to Lose Lots of Cash!

Bodog's online sportsbook has the Kings at 40-to-1 to win the 2006 championship.

The Spurs are at 3-to-1 and the Heat at 13-to-2. The Pacers interestingly have better odds than the Pistons (8-to-1 vs. 9-to-1). Makes sense - the Pacers will be a preseason pick of many pundits, we predict.

Here's are some of the more shocking numbers: Memphis is at 35-to-1 - they're better than the Kings? The Lottery Lakers are at 33-to-1. The Cleveland Cavaliers are at 28-to-1 - I wonder who's responsible for that?

The Nets and the Timberwolves are both at 28-to-1, and the Rockets are all the way up to 18-to-1.

The biggest laugher? The Warriors, at 45-to-1. This must mean that people have actually been betting on the W's, because there's no way in Hayward that their line started there.

Methinks too many Bay Area fans have drank the Baron Davis Kool-Aid. Have fun during his first stint on the DL!


Anonymous Carl said...

I did some sorting of that list and added Western and Eastern conference identifiers to the teams. Those odds have the Kings as the 10th team in the Western Conference.

Their list, in order:
San Antonio Spurs
Phoenix Suns
Denver Nuggets
Houston Rockets
Dallas Mavericks
Minnesota Timberwolves
Los Angeles Lakers
Memphis Grizzlies
Seattle Supersonics
Sacramento Kings

Maybe you could argue with Memphis and the Lakers, which still leaves the Kings 8th in the West. Lottery bound, according to them.

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Which proves my theory that most sports bettors are stupid.

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Tom Ziller

The Sacramento Kings are a tough act to follow, literally.

SKB does the dirty work so you can forget about the blood, sweat and tears.

Oh, you'll still need the tears in April, though.

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