Las Vegas odds and endings

The Las Vegas Hilton SuperBook sets the pace again by posting the top lines in season plus / minus win totals for all NBA teams.

The popular SuperBook proposition gives players the opportunity to bet on how many wins a particular team will have.

Defending champions San Antonio and Miami have the highest expectations with 58 1/2 wins each, followed by Indiana with 54 1/2 and Houston and Dallas with 53 1/2.

The second-year Charlotte Bobcats are in the rear with 21 1/2 wins.

The Lakers, a popular team in Vegas Valley, are 42 1/2 with the Chicago Bulls and Minnesota Timberwolves, while their Los Angeles neighbors the Clippers are 40 1/2.


Bourbon Street has closed its doors and rumors insist that the Tropicana is also up for auction and that this is the final football season for the Imperial Palace.

Harrah’s is reportedly interested in the latter two to add to its growing realm of properties.

Look for a Leroy sportsbook to enter the Las Vegas Club, which employees are keeping open now that Barrick Group has

gone bankrupt.


The Clark County Commission recently approved plans for Olympia Gaming to enter the Las Vegas market.

Plans call for Olympia’s $ 750 million Southern Highland’s Casino-Resort at Las Vegad Blvd. South and St. Rose Parkway.

With final construction in the $ 2 billion range, it is the most ambitious property on the South Strip to date.

In time, it promises to be a luxury mixed-use destination with the amenities and attractions of a major Strip resort.


Caesars Palace Sports and Racing Director Chuck Esposito leads the Gaming Today newspaper’s “Battle of the Bookies” NFL players’ competition with a 68-33 record and appears to be running with the competition.

The closest pursuers are Mike Hendrie of Paris Las Vegas and Jeff Sherman of the Las Vegas Hilton and Steve Harvey of Golden Nugget Laughlin at 59-42.


Caesars Palace, Bally’s, Paris, Flamingo and Reno Hilton have Vitali Klitschko with a faviorte of minus $ 4.30 plus $ 3.30 Hasim Rahman in his Caesars Palace WBC heavyweight boxing match on November 12.

The “will” eight full rounds is minus $ 1.10 and the “will not go” is minus $ 1.20.

Klitschko has 8/5 to win by decision and Rahman is 8/1. Klitschko has minus $ 1.80 to win by knockout and Rahman is 5/1.

The proposal for a tie is 15/1.

Bernard Hopkins is a under $ 1.20 favorite over Jermain Taylor (minus $ 1.10) in his fight for the WBC / IBF / WBO middleweight title in Las Vegas on December 3.

The fight is scheduled for 12 rounds.


Las Vegas punters obviously consider the Chicago White Sox to be a blast.

Las Vegas Hilton has them on 1/15 to repeat as World Series champions and the Caesars Palace family lists them on 1/20.

The favorites are the St. Louis Cardinals and the New York Yankees. Hilton’s current odds have the Cardinals at 5/1 and Caesars Palace has them at 3/1. The Yankees are 5/1 at the Hilton and 4/1 at Caesars.

There is a huge gap between properties when it comes to the Cleveland Indians. It’s 15/1 at the Independent Hilton and 5/1 at Caesars locations.

The Chicago Cubs, permanent action attractors, are 20/1 on both properties and the Los Angeles Dodgers home favorites are 30/1 at the Hilton and 40/1 on the Caesars group books.

Los Angeles Angels are 10/1 on the SuperBook and 8/1 on Caesars betting shops.

Boston is 7-1 and 6-1 respectively.

The Atlanta Braves are 12/1 at the Hilton and 7/1 at Caesars properties.

The long shots are the Kansas City Royals at 500/1 and 300/1.

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