APRIL 2011
Making Money Betting on Sports
I read somewhere 97% of Sports Bettors lose money! No wonder Vegas Sports Books are getting nicer and nicer. I don’t know if the number is that high, but I do know the odds are stacked against the average bettor. If you have ever seen the amount of information that is considered when setting a game line, you would be amazed. It’s no wonder the weekend warrior in Vegas or the March Madness and Super Bowl bettors never make money. The reason: Betting on Sports is a MARATHON not a Sprint. You commit to a plan of action and you commit to a money management strategy…don’t chase losses! I’ll take a line I wrote from my website…There are days when the most favored favorite loses and the ugliest dogs play like champions. Which means don’t bet the house on a sure thing!
Obviously I am a little biased, but, don’t be shy about tapping into the resources of a professional handicapper. I speak from experience and from the heart when I say every handicapper that makes their living betting on sports and sharing that information with the public WANTS to win and wants you to win. The challenge for all of us is what makes one better than the other? I will tell you this is not where you follow the rule “you get what you pay for”. I have seen sites charge $500 per pick and have a winning percentage in the 40’s. Find a site that has that not only gives you consistent winning picks, but one that has also given you the resources to learn and make some decisions on your own. Also, don’t sign up for long-term (annual) plans with ‘guarantees’…I ‘guarantee’ you will never see your money again should you want it back. Do some homework, check outHandicapVegas.com and maybe we can earn you as a customer!
Start with some STATISTICS
  • Only three 8th seeded teams have managed to win a series versus the number 1 seeded team: The Denver Nuggets eliminated the Seattle SuperSonics 3–2 in 1994, the New York Knicks eliminated the Miami Heat 3–2 in 1999 (which was a lockout shortened season), the Golden State Warriors defeated the Dallas Mavericks 4–2 in the 2007 Western Conference First Round, becoming the first 8 seed to beat a 1 seed in the best of 7 format. The 1999 Knicks are the only 8th seeded team ever to reach the NBA Finals.
  • The 1994–95 Houston Rockets, a sixth seed, were the lowest seeded team to win the NBA Finals. In the NBA Finals, the Rockets swept the Orlando Magic (57–25) in four games.
  • The San Antonio Spurs own the longest NBA Playoff winning streak for a single postseason with 12 straight wins in the 1999 Playoffs and a 15–2 finish overall. The Los Angeles Lakersown the most dominant post-season appearance with a 15–1 record in the 2001 Playoffs; they also have the second-longest playoff-game win streak with 11 in that season.
  • Of all the teams with multiple NBA Finals appearances, the Chicago Bulls and San Antonio Spurs are the only teams with perfect records at 6–0 and 4–0, respectively. (Note: these are the series records, not the individual game records)
  • The Boston Celtics possess the most overall NBA Finals series wins with an overall record of 17–4. The Los Angeles Lakers have played in the most NBA Finals series (31) with an overall record of 16–15.
  • The longest playoff appearance streak currently belongs to the San Antonio Spurs at 13 appearances, with the Dallas Mavericks next in line with 10. The longest ever streak of playoffs appearances in a row belongs to the Syracuse Nationals/ Philadelphia 76ers, who made the playoffs 22 straight years from the 1949–50 season to the 1970–71 season, while the longest playoff appearance streak in one city belonged to the</ span> Portland Trail Blazers, who made it for 21 straight years, from the 1982-83 to the 2002-03 seasons .
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