The news that LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh would be teaming up in Miami sent shockwaves through the NBA. But perhaps more intriguing is the effect the trio had on NBA futures odds around the betting world. Chad Millman explains.
With help from an L.A. wise guy, Chad Millman discovers that since 1991, teams that lose a road playoff game by 22 or more are 69-36 against the spread the next time out; Millman then breaks down how to bet Game 7 of the 2010 NBA Finals.
Chad Millman comes through with a look at how to bet the 2010 NBA Finals. Here's the basic breakdown: Via defensive efficiency metrics and propensity to cover, the Celtics are a safer play in the sports book than the Lakers.
When it comes to betting the NBA playoffs, wise guys go by one theory over all others: the zig zag theory. Chad Millman explains the theory's appeal and sets up how he'll be putting it to test over the next two months.
Chad Millman, a senior deputy editor at ESPN The Magazine who regularly covers betting for ESPN Insider, looks at David Stern's forward-thinking approach to legalized betting and what it could mean for sports in the next decade.