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Sports Gambling - Cavs Dominating Central While On Pace for Top Seed

Sports gambling handicappers thought that the 2009 Cleveland Cavaliers were the online betting sports gambling team to beat in the Eastern Conference playoffs.

Sports gambling fans were disappointed in the Cavs loss to the Orlando Magic in the online betting sports gambling playoffs but may have been off by just one year. The Cavaliers are the overwhelming sports gambling favorite to win the Eastern Conference’s top seed for the 2010 online betting sports gambling post season.

Cleveland was blowing away the rest of their online sports gambling competition in the Central Division with a record of 49-14 straight up and 31-30-2 against the spread.  The Cavaliers were a poor sports gambling value at home with a mark of 13-18 against the spread.

The Cavs were the ultimate sports gambling value, however, as an underdog with a mark of 4-1-1 against the board.  Cleveland’s sports gambling results are indicative of the public money bet on their games.

There is too much public sports gambling money on Cleveland when they are at home, which makes for a bad value while the public tends to shy away from underdogs, which makes Cleveland a top shelf value when they are getting points.  The Milwaukee Bucks have been the sports gambling surprise in the Central Division.

Milwaukee was 32-29 straight up and 39-21-1 against the spread to rank as one of the top sports gambling values on the board.   What makes the Bucks performance even more phenomenal is that they have been without the services of their superstar leader Michael Redd.

Redd is out for the season due to injury and this has forced the Bucks to become a defense oriented team that relies on hard work and group effort.  Milwaukee was a money maker both at home, (18-10 against the spread), and on the road, (21-11-1 against the spread), which is indicative of their consistency.

The Chicago Bulls were also improving after a bad start and climbed over the .500 mark at 31-30 straight up and 30-29-2 against the spread.  The Bulls were a solid under team that went over the total in just 26 out of those 61 games.