What to Watch and Bet NBA and NHL Playoffs for Friday June 7th 2013

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It will be an off day from the NBA Finals between the Miami Heat and San Antonio Spurs on Friday June 7th. It will be the NHL Playoffs and Major League Baseball to take center stage over national television for the betting public.

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It will be game four of the Eastern Conference Finals from the NHL Playoffs as the Boston Bruins will go for the series sweep against the Pittsburgh Penguins. Heading into game three of this series the Boston Bruins had outscored the Pittsburgh Penguins by a 9-1 margin. Game three the Pittsburgh Penguins were more competitive but come up just short as they are defeated by the Boston Bruins 2-1 in double overtime. Boston has a commanding 3-0 series lead and will play game four on their home ice with a start time of 8PM Eastern Time with NBC Sports Network providing the live television broadcast.

The St Louis Cardinals and Cincinnati Reds will open up a weekend series on Friday night. The Cardinals and Reds will get things started from Cincinnati at 7:10PM Eastern Time and MLB Network provides the live television broadcast. The scheduled starters for game one of this National League series will feature right hander Adam Wainwright on the mound for St Louis as he will oppose righty starter Mike Leake for Cincinnati. Adam Wainwright in the 2013 current season has a record of 8-3 with an ERA of 2.33. He has pitched well by allowing eight earned runs total in his past five games working a total of 39 1/3rd innings. He faced the San Francisco Giants on Saturday and had ten strikeouts in a complete game win as he gave up just one earned run in victory. Wainwright is riding a three game win streak. Leake enters the game with a mark of 5-2 this season and an ERA of 2.75. He has been hot by allowing one earned run total over his past four starts working a total of 27 innings. On Saturday Leake faced the Pirates and worked six innings and allowed no Pittsburgh runs in the game in victory.

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