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NBA betting: Warriors, Cavaliers reunited on Christmas Day

A rematch of the past two NBA Finals highlights Sunday’s five-game schedule. Kevin Durant and the Golden State Warriors are 2½-point favorites at Cleveland.

Future brighter for Steve Alford, UCLA basketball

UCLA, 13-0 and ranked No. 2, represents the biggest surprise of the college basketball season. The Bruins’ odds to win the national championship were posted at 50-1 in early November.

Coach K set to unleash dominant Duke superteam

The Blue Devils, featuring five players who are potential first-round NBA draft picks after this season, are 7-2 favorites to win the national championship in April.

How low can the Los Angeles Lakers go?

NBA regular-season win totals are open for wagering. Golden State’s total (66½) is set well above the No. 2 (San Antonio, 57½) and No. 3 (Cleveland, 56½) teams on the list.

Kevin Durant turns from dog to bully

After signing on to form the NBA’s new superteam with the Golden State Warriors, Kevin Durant is leading Team USA into a ridiculously unfair fight at the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.

NCAA Tournament format change could benefit Duke

The NCAA announced the No. 1 overall seed will be able to choose the location of its first two games in the tournament next March. At the Westgate sports book, Duke is the title favorite at 7-2 odds.

Chicago Bulls unbeaten, favored to win NBA Summer League

Chicago has five players who are expected to join Dwyane Wade, who left Miami to sign as a free agent, on the regular-season roster. The Bulls are led by forwards Bobby Portis and Denzel Valentine.

Warriors will get tested in West

While most of the NBA’s other 29 teams will play the hopeless role of the Washington Generals, there are teams in the West capable of challenging the Warriors.

Golden State Warriors look golden again with Kevin Durant

Kevin Durant’s free-agent decision means the 2016-17 regular season will be essentially meaningless as we wait for Cleveland and Golden State to meet in the NBA Finals for the third year in a row.

Cavaliers’ comeback was ‘against all odds’

A week ago, it was only a matter of time until Golden State was crowned as a repeat NBA champion. But LeBron James flipped the script for Cleveland.

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