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Duke-West Virginia, MSU-Butler Breaking Info as Bettors Ready For MLB
Apr 3rd, 2010

Perhaps you’ve heard. It’s Butler vs. Michigan State and Duke vs. West Virginia. Sensational sports service ScoresOddsPicks takes a look at Final 4 prop bets.

Courtesy of Today in the Daily Sports Roundup: The Mavericks take on the Thunder, while the Final Four features Butler vs. Michigan State and then Duke vs. West Virginia.

Tipping off on the hardwood . . .

The NBA offers up nine games on Saturday, with Toronto at Philadelphia, Detroit at Atlanta, New Orleans at New Jersey, Charlotte at Chicago, Miami at Minnesota, Phoenix at Milwaukee, the Clippers at Denver, Portland at Sacramento, and Oklahoma City at Dallas. The Thunder improved to 46-28 SU and 44-30 ATS with a 109-104 road win in Boston on Wednesday night. Kevin Durant was good for 37 points in that victory, while Russell Westbrook tossed in 21 points on the night. The Mavericks (50-26 SU, 31-43-2 ATS) fell 97-82 to Orlando in their last game on Thursday, but they’re 2-1 vs. the Thunder this year.

The bigger hoops event on Saturday, though, is the Final Four at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis. The night’s first matchup has a pair of No. 5 seeds in action, with Butler taking on Michigan State. The Bulldogs, who are basically playing a home game on Saturday, have been pegged by the oddsmakers as 1-point favorites to advance to the championship game, with the total set at 126 points. The other Final Four matchup then has West Virginia, a No. 2 seed, taking on the lone remaining top seed, Duke. The Blue Devils are the oddsmakers’ pick in that one, as they’re favored by 2 points. The total sits at 131 at Bodog  

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Taking a trip around the rink . . .

As well, the National Hockey League has 11 games on tap for Saturday, including a matinee matchup between the Thrashers and Penguins in Pittsburgh. The 34-32-12 Thrashers will continue their quest to move into the Eastern Conference playoff picture on Saturday, but their chances took a hit on Thursday with a 2-1 road loss to Washington. Tim Stapleton had Atlanta’s lone goal in that contest.

The 44-26-7 Penguins are trying to fend off the Devils for top spot in the Atlantic Division, but they fell 2-0 to Tampa Bay in their last game on Wednesday night. Pittsburgh is 2-0 against the Thrashers in their two meetings on the season.

Also on the ice on Saturday: Nashville at Detroit, Ottawa at the Islanders, Buffalo at Montreal, New Jersey at Carolina, Boston at Toronto, the Rangers at Florida, Washington at Columbus, Dallas at St. Louis, Edmonton at Phoenix, and Anaheim at Los Angeles. The Kings bounced the Canucks 8-3 at home in their last game on Thursday night, with Dustin Brown recording a hat trick and Drew Doughty picking up a pair of assists. Los Angeles has had Anaheim’s number so far this season, as the Kings are 3-1 over their four games vs. their regional rival.

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