Tony Mejia

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Tony Mejia is a national sports writer and senior contributor at VegasInsider.com. He's also the owner and operator of Antony Dinero, the most successful documented volume handicapper in the industry. View his analysis daily at VegasInsider.com. Contact Tony at TonyMejia@GamingToday.com.

No surprise to see Cavaliers-Warriors odds get tightened up more

No surprise to see Cavaliers-Warriors odds get tightened up more

posted on May 09, 2017 by

Dinero Talks | It was no surprise to see the Westgate LV Superbook tighten up their odds to further strengthen the position that the Warriors and Cavs will play for this season’s NBA title.

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Celtics gallant but too many flaws to survive NBA Playoffs

Celtics gallant but too many flaws to survive NBA Playoffs

posted on May 02, 2017 by

Dinero Talks | The second round of the NBA playoffs tipped off this past Sunday with the Celtics surviving a 16-0 run to start the game, ultimately beating the Wizards by a dozen. 

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Jazz, Clippers looks like a Game 7 type series

Jazz, Clippers looks like a Game 7 type series

posted on April 25, 2017 by

Dinero Talks | A number of series got to Game 5 in this NBA’s first round tied to varying degrees of surprise, but the fact that the pairing which metrics and projections identified as the most evenly matched entering the playoffs is among them was laughably predictable.

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Bulls will handle Celtics in opening round

Bulls will handle Celtics in opening round

posted on April 18, 2017 by

Dinero Talks | The first weekend of NBA action in the books, and it was compelling enough to where you shouldn’t want to jump the gun and fast forward to what is certain to be a tremendous conference semifinal round.

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Durant's chemistry with Warriors could be issue as NBA playoffs begin

Durant's chemistry with Warriors could be issue as NBA playoffs begin

posted on April 11, 2017 by

Dinero Talks | For the first time since Feb. 28, when Kevin Durant hobbled off the court at Washington’s Verizon Center less than two minutes in, the Warriors are hoping to have their four All-Stars on the floor together in the regular-season finale on Wednesday against the Lakers.

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