If you’re betting on basketball, do not adjust your TV set. The 2016 NBA Finals starring the Cleveland Cavaliers versus the Golden State Warriors is not a rerun. However, instead of a sequel of last year’s championship game, it might be more of a remake. The Warriors are the favorites (-250) over the Cavs (+210) at SBG Global sportsbook to win game 1 on Thursday, June 2nd at the Oracle Arena in Oakland, California. Same as last year, the format will be 2–2–1–1–1 (Games 1, 2, and if necessary 5 and 7 at Golden State, and games 3, 4, and if necessary 6 at Cleveland).
January 7th when the Playoffs are scheduled to begin. All the excitement that comes with betting on NFL will have to wait as for the moment, as only prop bets are there, the lines for the first week of NFL football have not as of yet been posted. But here are some of the games that will be interesting to see.
Good-bye Kobe, Good-bye Bull’s record, hello NBA Playoffs! We finally reach the thrilling time of the best basketball action on the planet. After what was a historic regular season for so many reasons, the remaining NBA teams now focus their attention on one goal: The Championship. The Western Conference, as a collective had one amazing season with several teams putting marvelous numbers all throughout, now we take a look on each teams odds and if you should take that bet.
The most exciting time for NHL Betting fans is finally here and SBG Global, the best sportsbook to bet on NHL has your preview for the first round on the chase for the Stanley Cup. So many variables, so many story lines to follow, but in the end only the strong will survive. The first round will present some very interesting matchups for you to follow and we have for you today some exclusive predictions.
The 2016 edition of The Masters is going to tee off on April 7th in Augusta, GA and if you are betting on golf we a preview of what to expect, and who to pick to win the coveted green jacket. Jordan Spieth, the defending champion comes back to try to win the tournament two years in a row, for the first time since Tiger Woods did it in 2001 and 2002. He is one of the front-runners and favorites by the average offshore bookmaker and a favorite in the fans eyes, but for him to repeat he will have to beat some of the toughest competition in the world.