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GT’s NBA handicapper and columnist, Tony Mejia is a national sports writer and senior contributor at VegasInsider.com. He's also the owner and operator of Antony Dinero,

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Waiting impatiently for Thunder to come

Waiting impatiently for Thunder to come

posted on December 05, 2017 by

Dinero Talks | Gregg Popovich rested most of the Spurs’ top players on Sunday and still nearly beat Oklahoma City, which suffered through a sloppy game from Russell Westbrook plus a foul-riddled off night from Paul George and stumbled to a three-point win.

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Warriors look vulnerable on the road but proceed with caution

Warriors look vulnerable on the road but proceed with caution

posted on November 28, 2017 by

Dinero Talks | The Warriors were down both Kevin Durant and Draymond Green against the Bulls at home last Friday, so oddsmakers went from a line that was approaching 20 and brought it all the way down to 15.5.

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NBA takes Thanksgiving off but still plenty of games surround it

NBA takes Thanksgiving off but still plenty of games surround it

posted on November 21, 2017 by

Dinero Talks | It’s Feast week in college basketball, but the NBA does some cooking too. The league is not coming to the table empty-handed in a week where football commands the largest presence on Thanksgiving Day.

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Kyrie move to Boston was the right decision

Kyrie move to Boston was the right decision

posted on November 14, 2017 by

Dinero Talks | Kyrie Irving made the right decision. He’s stepped out of LeBron James’ shadow, just like he’d hoped. Despite a facial fracture that will force him to wear a protective mask this week, Irving has led the Celtics to a 12-2 start

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Warriors look to have rebound from slow start, Cavs are another issue

Warriors look to have rebound from slow start, Cavs are another issue

posted on November 07, 2017 by

Dinero Talks | The Warriors and Cavs have each used the “Finals hangover” excuse as an explanation for slow starts this season. For Golden State, that was lame given the lack of talent they have. Steve Kerr got his entire team’s attention following the Oct. 29 loss to Detroit.

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