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.

Time for midseason NBA awards

Time for midseason NBA awards

posted on January 17, 2017 by

Dinero Talks | We’ve reached the halfway point of the NBA season, which means it’s time to break off some awards.

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Cavs hit over 20 wins, while most of Eastern Conference struggles

Cavs hit over 20 wins, while most of Eastern Conference struggles

posted on January 10, 2017 by

Dinero Talks | As the Cleveland Cavaliers climbed 20 games over .500 on Sunday, one can’t help but notice that 11 of the Eastern Conference’s 15 teams have 20 or fewer wins.

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Nothing shocking to speak of in the NBA's first half

Nothing shocking to speak of in the NBA's first half

posted on January 03, 2017 by

Dinero Talks | As 2017 begins, this NBA season has largely gone as planned. Although there were some initial growing pains, the Warriors superteam is great and remains the betting favorite despite the Christmas Day loss to the Cavs.

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No holiday cheer for injured Clippers; Raptors rolling

No holiday cheer for injured Clippers; Raptors rolling

posted on December 27, 2016 by

Dinero Talks | It’s always intriguing to see how teams handle this time of year, overcoming the pressures and distractions of the holiday with the normal routine of travel and games. With the new year on deck at the end of the week, it’s worth taking a look at the teams that have the toughest stretches to deal with in an attempt to project who to fade as the grind intensifies.

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Putting our focus on against the spread for each NBA team

Putting our focus on against the spread for each NBA team

posted on December 20, 2016 by

Dinero Talks | Although the Warriors opened the week 20 games above .500, Saturday’s 135-90 win over the Portland Trail Blazers ended a run of five consecutive games without a cover. 

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