Tuesday's Betting Tips

Tuesday's Betting Tips

Five Things You Need to Know for Tues., Oct. 23
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Five Things You Need to Know

It's a slow Tueday save for a Sun Belt football games and a few NBA preseason contests. Looking for some exciting events for Tuesday? Want to lay some action down on some national tv games? Here are some of the top four matchups of the day along with future odds.

1)Arkansas State (4-3) at Louisiana-Lafayette (4-2), Cajun Field

Last year: Arkansas State (-11) over UL Lafayette, 30-21. Both teams are 2-1 in the Sun Belt in this important matchup. On Oct. 13, Ark State defeated South Alabama, 36-29, laying 20.5. Lafayete lost at North Texas on Oct. 16, 30-23. laying 4.5. The Arkansas State Red Wolves visit the Cajun Dome to take on the Ragin' Cajuns of Lafayette. Lafeyette is 20-6 ATS following a SU loss. UL Lafayette is a 4.5-point favorite with a total of 62.

2)NBA Preseason: Miami (3-2) at Charlotte (1-4)

The Bobcats have a young team and led by rookie Michael Kidd-Gilchrist and Bismack Biyombo. Veteran Ben Gordon is a stop-gap at shooting guard and Ramon Sessions is a solid veteran at the point, but he's not the long-term answer. They take on a Miami Heat squad, who may end up resting stars LeBron James and Dwyane Wade. What is the point to even play James, who just came back from the Olympics in London over a month ago.

3)NBA Preseason: Oklahoma City (3-2) at Chicago (3-2)

The Thunder are the forgotten team out West after the Lakers acquired Dwight Howard and Steve Nash in the offseason. The Bulls defeated Minnesota on Friday night, 92-81 as Carlos Boozer led the Bulls with 24 points. They are still playing without star guard Derrick Rose, who is still rehabbing from a torn ACL suffered in last year's playoffs. Both teams are stacked with veterans and few youngsters.

4)NBA Preseason: Phoenix (2-2) at Golden State (5-1)

The Suns are adjusting to life without Steve Nash. Goran Dragic now runs the point and they'll rely more on Martin Gorcat in the middle. The Suns also added veterans Luis Scola and Michael Beasley up front. They shouldn't have a lot of trouble scoring points. Defending is another story.

5)Super Bowl Odds

Here are the latest Super Bowl odds after Week 7. Houston is still a favorite after rocking the Ravens on Sunday and New England is back to being a second-favorite despite struggling to beat the Jets in overtime.

Super Bowl XLVII

Houston Texans +525
New England Patriots +650
Green Bay Packers +725
San Francisco 49ers +800
Atlanta Falcons +900
New York Giants +900
Chicago Bears +1200
Denver Broncos +1350
Baltimore Ravens +1600
Pittsburgh Steelers +2300
San Diego Chargers +3300
Philadelphia Eagles +3800
Dallas Cowboys +4200
New Orleans Saints +5000
Minnesota Vikings +5500
Seattle Seahawks +6000
New York Jets +9000
Miami Dolphins +10000
Cincinnati Bengals +13500
Detroit Lions +13500
Washington Redskins +17500
Arizona Cardinals +20000
Buffalo Bills +27500
Indianapolis Colts +27500
Oakland Raiders +35000
Tennessee Titans +35000
St Louis Rams +37500
Tampa Bay Buccaneers +37500
Carolina Panthers +100000
Cleveland Browns +100000
Jacksonville Jaguars +100000
Kansas City Chiefs +100000

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