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MLB-Tuesday night- Games to watch

The Orioles and Nationals will renew acquaintances in their interleague rivalry on Tuesday night. Baltimore has struggled all across the board, but they’re particularly poor lately in interleague games. They’re 0-9 in their past nine interleague games against teams with a winning record, 0-5 in their past five interleague road outings against a team with a winning mark and 2-7 in their past nine interleague road assignments overall. Washington hasn’t fared well in interleague games lately, either, going 1-4 in their past five heading into Monday’s continuation of a game against the Nationals. However, Washington has taken advantage when playing the dregs of the league, going 48-23 in the past 71 games against teams with a winning percentage under .400. Washington has won five straight meetings against Baltimore, while going ‘under’ has hit in four in a row.

The Athletics and Padres will do battle in interleague play, as the A’s look to hang around in the playoff chase. They enter the new week at 36-36, while the Padres are six games under .500 at 34-40. Oakland has stumbled in series openers, going 2-6 in their past eight Game 1s of a new series. They’re also just 7-16 in their past 23 interleague games against a team with a losing record. San Diego has won four of their past five at home, but they’re just 1-5 in their past six against the American League west, while winning just once in the past six interleague battles. Oakland has rattled off five wins in the past six trips to Petco Park, while going 8-3 in the past 11 meetings overall. Total bettors will like the fact the ‘over’ is 6-1 in the past seven at Petco, and 9-3 in the past 12 meetings overall.

Atlanta (-102) vs Toronto (-108); Total set at 9

The interesting thing about this game tonight is the fact that these “rivals” – interleague matchups tend to be based on geography for “rival” purposes, but since there is no other Canadian team the league defaults to past World Series opponents for Toronto – is that starter Jaime Garcia is now on the other side of the field.

Last year it was Garcia who was in a Braves jersey and managed to be on the right side of a 9-5 win in Toronto back in mid-May. Now Garcia looks for another win in this rivalry, albeit with the other team, but his transition to the AL hasn’t gone as smoothly as he would have liked. He’s got a 2-5 SU record through 12 starts this year and he’s allowed more hits (63) than he’s got innings pitched (58.1).

There is the notion that he may know how to mow down a few of his former teammates, but with a 6.39 ERA over his last three starts in general, recent form suggests this Atlanta team is more likely to use their knowledge of Garcia to their benefit.

The good news for Blue Jays fans if that ends up being the case is the fact that Toronto’s bats have been hitting the ball much better at home of late. Toronto has scored 4+ runs in six of their last seven at home overall and are up against a young guy in Michael Soroka who probably is in store for some significant regression.

Soroka is coming off a one-hit, 6.1 IP start that saw the Braves win 2-0 over the Mets and with that being his fourth start of the campaign, chances are that’s not going to be duplicated here. It’s also the first time this year that he won’t be getting a “free out” by facing the opposition pitcher, and sometimes even little things like that can rattle a starting pitcher to the point where innings (and rallies) become longer and it turns into a rough outing for them.

That’s why when I look at the betting percentage numbers for this game and see 70% of the bets already on the low side of this total, i don’t really get it. The ML wagers are basically split 50/50 and that’s where I expected them to be, but I view this game as having much more value on the high side of this total, and being in the distinct minority there prompted me to fire.

For one, Garcia’s struggles this year in Toronto have been real, and the last thing a struggling guy really needs to see is a former team that knows him (and how to attack him) extremely well.

Obviously that knowledge works both ways, but the Braves are a pretty hot team themselves having won five of their last six, and with a 7-1 O/U run on the road going for Atlanta, playing some higher scoring games away from home has become pretty normal for them. The Braves are also 11-5 O/U in their last 16 contests against a southpaw as well.

Toronto has a 7-2 O/U run going in interleague affairs, and know that one of their bigger problems with Garcia on the hill this year has been the lack of run support they’ve given him. That’s likely to change sooner than later, and with these two teams being no strangers to high scoring games against one another – 4-0 O/U last four meetings and 6-1 O/U last seven meetings in Toronto – tonight should be the night the offense starts to give Garcia a bit more help.

The Mariners hope to continue this magical run against a talented foe on the road, but that seems like too much to ask. The pitching matchup looks pretty even but the location and the talent in the lineup should help push the Yankees over the edge.

Don’t be afraid to jump in the 2.5-run spread as New York should win this one going away in MLB betting lines.

FIFA-World Cup-The fever continues,Mexico upset Germany, England go to win ?

Sweden vs. South Korea (FS1, 8:00 a.m. ET)

Sweden ran France close in their qualifying group before dumping Italy out in the play-offs, so like all Scandinavian teams they should never be written off.

They may have dodged a bullet with Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s decision not to return for the World Cup. They were disastrously over-reliant on him at Euro 2016 and without him look more of a unified team.

There is a lack of creativity in this team, with Emil Forsberg on the left the only player to generate any real excitement. Should they go behind to Brazil or Mexico in this group, they may struggle to come back.

But they should have few problems with one of the weakest South Korean teams ever to go to a World Cup.

They are badly lacking in strength in depth. The defence has not been good enough for a long time. It is error-prone and even struggles with physicality in Asian qualifying: Sweden will be licking their lips. The goalkeepers do not look great and there is no real recognised goalscorer in the squad. It is all about getting the best out of Son Heung-min.

At the prices, Sweden look very good value.

Prediction: Sweden 2-0 South Korea

Belgium vs. Panama (FS1, 11:00 a.m. ET)

Group G is the least interesting group at the World Cup. Belgium and England will surely qualify ahead of Tunisia and Panama. It is not helped by the game order, which sees the two frontrunners meet on the final round of fixtures.

Panama are one of the weakest teams at this tournament, and their first ever World Cup match could get ugly against the talented Belgians. Four of their expected starting are over 35. Many have extended their international careers just to have a chance to play in Russia. There are now household names in a squad that looks too old and too slow.

The familiar question marks about Belgium may well surface later in the tournament, but for a team packed with attacking talent this is the perfect first match.

And getting his World Cup off to a great start could be Romelu Lukaku. Panama will defend very deep and Lukaku will have plenty of crosses from Kevin de Bruyne and many others to get on the end of. He is the perfect striker for this kind of match.

Prediction: Belgium 4-0 Panama

Tunisia vs. England (FS1, 2:00 p.m. ET)

England kick off their campaign in Volgograd against Tunisia and, as always, optimism has suddenly risen in England that this team can surprise a few people.

A relatively easy route to the quarter-finals helps, but England really have been playing some good stuff under Gareth Southgate of late. They look fluid in attack and the five-man defence looks solid enough against weaker teams, though it may well buckle against the best.

Tunisia are essentially the Uruguay of Africa: a small country that punches above its weight by harnessing its competitive spirit and its togetherness. Unlike North African neighbours Morocco and Algeria, the majority of Tunisia’s team does not come from the diaspora. This perhaps decreases their flair, but improves their cohesion.

The England player to have improved the most under Gareth Southgate is Jesse Lingard. Fielded in a relatively advanced midfield position (somewhere between a number 8 and a number 10), Lingard is an expert at playing between the lines. He scored England’s winner against the Netherlands in March and looks the best value to score the game’s first goal.

Prediction: Tunisia 0-2 England

NBA-Off-season rumors- Where will LeBron end in the new season,will he pair with Kawhi and George

Bet on Where LeBron Will Play Next Season has opened odds on where LeBron James will play next season, and they are vastly different from other sportsbooks in the market. BetDSI has made L.A. the favorite landing spot to construct King James’ castle, and ultimately his legacy as a member of the greatest franchise in league history. In recent weeks, teams with the lowest odds from other books have included Cleveland and Philadelphia.

Let’s take a look at the latest odds and some information that could help us make the best choice for betting this prop.

Odds Subject to Change

LeBron James Team for 2018-19 Regular Season
Los Angeles Lakers +200
Philadelphia 76ers +350
Miami Heat +500
New York Knicks +750
Houston Rockets +1000
San Antonio Spurs +2000
Cleveland Cavaliers +3000
Golden State Warriors +5000
Boston Celtics +5000
Chicago Bulls +7500
Oklahoma City Thunder +7500
Washington Wizards +10000
Field (Any Other Team) +1000


The top three contenders to land LeBron are the Lakers, 76ers and Heat. James has until June 29 to opt out of the final year of his contract with Cleveland and it is expected he will do just that and become a free agent. The three teams that have the realistic salary cap space to sign LeBron are Cleveland, Philadelphia and Los Angeles. If you throw out the Cavaliers, which it may be too early to do, the two choices for LeBron are the Lakers and 76ers. If you pay attention to rumors you may have heard that there is a rumor on Reddit that James has already enrolled his two sons in the Brentwood school district in Los Angeles for next year.

James said to the media after the Cavaliers were swept by the Warriors that his family will play a huge role in where he goes. “The one thing that I’ve always done is considered, obviously, my family,” James said, “Understanding especially where my boys are at this point in their age. They were a lot younger the last time I made a decision like this four years ago. I’ve got a teenage boy, a preteen and a little girl that wasn’t around as well.”

When it comes to analyzing anything regarding LeBron, the best person to follow is ESPN reporter Brian Windhorst who said that anything is possible. Windhorst also said that family is a huge factor in the decision that LeBron will make. Windhorst said that he didn’t really think LeBron would head back to Cleveland and oddsmakers agree, as the Cavs are listed at odds of +3000.

We noted earlier that only three teams have the cap space to sign LeBron, but Cleveland could pull off a sign-and-trade deal which would make it possible for a number of teams to land LeBron. It would be complicated, but not impossible, as the Clippers did it last year when they traded Chris Paul to Houston. Don’t forget about Houston this time around, as their general manager Daryl Morey has found a way to make unlikely things happen in the past.

Windhorst said that the most plausible option is for LeBron to become an unrestricted free agent. The Lakers have a ton of cap space and they can sign LeBron and other free agents like Paul George. Philadelphia has a talented roster and a lot of cap space, but whether LeBron thinks he fits well with Joel Embiid and Ben Simmons is the question.

Not to be left out is Miami, as president Pat Riley is capable of bringing James back to the Heat. Riley has wanted James back in the past, but couldn’t pull off a deal. Maybe he can do it this time.


The Knicks are listed at odds of +750, but it is hard to see LeBron wanting to have anything to do with owner James Nolan. All of the other teams are listed with odds of more than +1000.

NBA=Play offs 2018-Warriors swipe Cavs for another ring, Durant wins the MVP

There were still a few seconds left on the clock when the Golden State Warriors stormed off their bench to begin a celebration that wasn’t guaranteed.

They couldn’t wait any longer.

They had reached their destination: dynasty.

Stephen Curry scored 37 points, Kevin Durant added a triple-double and another NBA Finals MVP trophy and the Warriors won their second straight title and third in four years Friday night, 108-85 over the Cleveland Cavaliers to complete a sweep and perhaps drive LeBron James from his home again to chase championships.

Love `em or hate `em, there is no denying them.

‘That’s how you know we’re a great team, is when everybody’s coming after us,’ Durant said. ‘Whether it’s opponents, whether it’s different coaches panning for us, whether it’s the fans, the media that hate us, it feels good when you’re the team that everybody’s gunning for. It makes us better.’

No team is better.

Golden State. Golden standard.

Overcoming obstacles all season long, the Warriors won their fourth straight finals matchup against James and Cleveland with ease.

‘Looking at this playoff journey, we knew it wasn’t going to be as easy as last year,’ Curry said. ‘Then the challenges that faced us. In October we wanted to be back in this moment, and a lot went into it. It’s a great feeling to be back here.’

It was the first sweep in the NBA Finals since 2007, when James was dismissed by a powerful San Antonio team in his first one. His eighth straight appearance didn’t go well either, and now there’s uncertainty where the superstar will play next.

James, who said he ‘pretty much played the last three games with a broken hand’ after injuring himself in frustration following Game 1, finished with 23 points and spent the final minutes on the bench, contemplating what went wrong and maybe his next move.

Following the game, he sat quietly in his corner locker with a towel draped over his head. He arrived at his postgame news conference with a large black brace on his right hand and explained the injury was ‘self-inflicted’ following an overtime loss in Game 1, which included a reversed official’s call and teammate J.R. Smith dribbling out the clock to end regulation.

‘I had emotions of you just don’t get an opportunity like this on the road versus Golden State to be able to get a Game 1, and I let the emotions get the best of me,’ James said. ‘Pretty much played the last three games with a broken hand, so that’s what it is.’

Act IV between the Warriors and Cavs featured a drama-filled Game 1. But from there on, Durant, Curry, Thompson, Draymond Green and the rest of this California crew showed why they’re the game’s gold standard.

And they may stay that way.

Not wanting to give the Cavs or their fans any hope despite the fact that no team has ever overcome a 3-0 deficit in the NBA playoffs, the Warriors built a nine-point halftime lead when Curry ignored a closeout by James and dropped a 3-pointer.

Then the league’s best team tightened the screws on Cleveland in the third quarter, outscoring the Cavs 25-13 and prompting Golden State fans to begin those drawn-out ‘War-eee-orrss’ chants that provide a perfect musical accompaniment to their 3-point barrages.

By the start of the fourth, the only question was whether Curry would win his first NBA Finals MVP or if it would go to Durant for the second year in a row.

And again, it was Durant, who added 12 rebounds and 10 assists – more satisfaction and validation for a player who couldn’t beat the Warriors so he joined them.

After surviving a rougher-than-usual regular season and beating top-seeded Houston in Game 7 on the road in the West finals, the Warriors pushed aside James and joined an elite group of teams to win multiple championships in a four-year span.

Only Bill Russell’s Boston Celtics, the ‘Showtime’ Lakers and the Los Angeles squad led by Kobe and Shaq, and Michael Jordan’s Chicago Bulls have been as dominant in such a short period of time.

The Dub Dynasty.

The path to this title was more precarious than the first two for coach Steve Kerr and the Warriors, who overcame injuries, expectations, a built-to-dethrone-them Rockets team and the brilliance of James, who may have played his final game in Cleveland.

The 33-year-old, who came back to the Cavs and ended the city’s 52-year championship drought in 2016, is expected to opt out of his $35.6 million contract and become a free agent.

‘I have no idea at this point,’ he said when asked if he played his final game for the Cavs. ‘The one thing that I’ve always done is considered, obviously, my family. So sitting down and considering everything, my family is a huge part of whatever I’ll decide to do in my career, and it will continue to be that.’

James averaged 34 points, 8.5 rebounds and 10 assists in the series, but as has been the case in the past, he didn’t have enough help.

Another Summer of LeBron is officially underway and there are already teams stretching from Philadelphia to Los Angeles hoping to land the three-time champion, who may have to go elsewhere to put together a cast strong enough – and as James made clear this week, smart enough – to bring down the Warriors.

Right now, Golden State is on another tier and with Durant expected to re-sign with them in weeks and Curry, Thompson, Green and the rest still young and hungry, their reign could last much longer.

‘We’ve got a lot of three-time, two-time champs in there, and we’ll have plenty of time in our lives to discuss that later,’ Curry said. ‘So want to keep this thing going as long as we can.’


Warriors: Curry made a 3-pointer in his record 90th consecutive postseason game and extended his mark for 3s in road playoff games to 44. . Became the ninth team to sweep the finals. … Won a road game in 19 straight playoff series, tying the Heat’s NBA record.

Cavaliers: James scored 748 points in the playoffs, the second most in a postseason behind Jordan, who scored 759 in 1992. Appeared in their 26th NBA Finals game, moving past Atlanta/St. Louis into 10th place all-time. … James averaged 34 points in his 13th postseason, his second-highest total.


James’ future isn’t the only one in question. Cavs coach Tyronn Lue, who took a medical leave this season while battling anxiety, said he intends to return.

‘I had some tough problems going on throughout the course of the season, and I probably could have folded myself, but I wasn’t going to do that,’ he said. ‘I knew that even if I wasn’t feeling a hundred percent, I had to get back for the playoffs. That’s my time. That’s my moment. I had to fight through it. That’s what champions do. I gave everything I had.’

NBA-Play offs 2018- Durant wins game 3 for GSW, one step to the ring

Kevin Durant stood calmly near midcourt – and a very familiar spot – as teammates Stephen Curry and Draymond Green screamed at him in celebration.

Another momentous shot for Durant.

And soon, probably another NBA championship.

Durant scored a career playoff-high 43 points, draining a long 3-pointer in the final minute to cap his magnificent performance, and the Warriors beat LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers 110-102 in Game 3 of the NBA Finals on Wednesday night to move within a victory of a sweep, their second straight title and third championship in four years.

The Warriors are on dynasty’s doorstep.

Afterward, the defending champs could be heard loudly celebrating inside their locker room, perhaps a warmup for a bigger party to come.

The Cavaliers, meanwhile, are in a hole that might as well be 6 feet deep. Teams that have fallen behind 3-0 in the playoffs are 0-131.

It might be time for the guys from Northern California to order some champagne from Napa Valley.

With the Cavs down 103-100, Durant stood defiantly and almost motionless after dropping his 33-footer – just a few feet from where he made one in Game 3 last year – and effectively ended the fourth straight finals matchup between two teams who have gotten to know each other well since 2015.

After Durant scored, Curry and Green rushed to his side and the trio walked back toward Golden State’s bench where the other Warriors were hugging and high-fiving.

As always Durant stayed cool.

‘I don’t want to downplay anything, but I don’t want to act like this is the end of the road,’ Durant said. ‘So just get back to work tomorrow and figure out a better game plan.’

Durant said the similarity with last year’s shot – a moment that helped define his first championship – didn’t occur to him.

‘No, not at all,’ he said. ‘I just took the shot.’

There was nothing James or the Cavs could do but think about what might have been after losing two games that were within their reach.

‘Tonight will be tough,’ said James, who scored 33 and rolled his right ankle in the first half. ‘Tomorrow I’ll replay some plays and some moments and things of that nature. When I wake up Friday morning I’ll be locked in on the game plan of what needs to be done to help our team win. That’s just who I am.’

Golden State will now have four chances to wrap up its title starting with Game 4 on Friday night. The Warriors are trying to join a select list of teams to win three championships in four years.

Kevin Love added 20 points for the Cavs, who have fallen into a hole in which no team has ever emerged. Cleveland came back from a 3-1 deficit to stun the Warriors in the 2016 finals, but that was when Durant was in Oklahoma City and James had a different supporting cast.

The Warriors won despite a 3-of-16 shooting performance from Curry, who did come up big down the stretch as the Cavs were trying to salvage their season.

Now Cleveland could be down to one final game with James, who recorded his 10th triple-double in the finals. The three-time champion can opt out of his $35.6 million contract and test free agency this summer, and it may be time for the 33-year-old to find a team capable of beating the Warriors.

These Cavs can’t figure it out.

Durant, who tilted this rivalry toward the West Coast when he signed with the Warriors as a free agent before last season, was brilliant from the start. He helped offset a rough night for Curry, who made a finals-record nine 3-pointers in Game 2, but was just 1 of 10 from behind the arc and didn’t score his second field goal until there were under three minutes left.

Curry’s scoop shot put the Warriors up 98-97 and defensive specialist Andre Iguodala, who didn’t play in Games 1 or 2 because of a knee injury, came up with a steal under the basket. Curry finally buried a 3 and after James matched him with a long shot, Iguodala drove the lane for a thundering dunk.

Moments later, Durant delivered his dagger to silence Cleveland’s crowd.

‘No, that wasn’t the same shot,’ James said when asked to compare Durant’s 3 to last year’s. ‘The one he made tonight was about four or five feet behind the one he made last year. He’s an assassin. That was one of those assassin plays right there.’

Durant scored 24 in the first half, when the Warriors attempted 13 free throws to zero for the Cavs, a disparity that induced further wrath on the officials from Cleveland fans still stinging from the now infamous reversed call in Game 1.

James arrived at 6 p.m. dressed more casually – camouflage pants, purple hoodie, ‘Billionaire Boys Club’ baseball cap – than on the road where he and the Cavs have been wearing suits during the postseason.

Everything is more relaxed and familiar at home for James and his teammates, who were counting on a return to their own noisy building, where they play better and shoot better, to get them back into the series.

The Warriors had other plans.


Warriors: Green passed Wilt Chamberlain (922) for the most rebounds in Warriors playoff history. … Klay Thompson played in his NBA-high 390th game over the last four seasons. Green is second with 387, while James is third at 381. … Curry has made a 3-pointer in 89 consecutive playoff games, and a record 43 on the road.

Cavaliers: Kyle Korver continued to struggle. He missed all four shots and is now 8 of 29 dating to Game 1 of last year’s Finals. … James (238) broke a tie with Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and moved into fourth place for the most playoff games. Only Derek Fisher (259), Tim Duncan (251) and Robert Horry (244) have made most postseason appearances.


Iguodala, the 2015 finals MVP, scored eight points and made one steal in 22 minutes, but his impact went beyond those numbers.

‘It was good just having him, settling the game down,’ guard Shaun Livingston said. ‘His defense was strong, whoever he was up against – LeBron or someone else – and his toughness makes everyone out there better.’