The world witnessed last season an awakening and the first glimpses onto what could be the biggest story in professional sports of the decade. Fans betting on baseball are eagerly awaiting the upcoming season, and the chance to see if the Chicago Cubs are going to finally break the curse. All the ingredients appear to be there and the planets seem to be aligning. Heck, Barrack Obama just went to Cuba and there is talk that the trade embargo will finally be lifted once and for all! So, Cubs’ fans are twitching with excitement and with good reason, all these different things could be falling into place.
By default, the answer to the title question is yes. In terms of NBA betting, the Cavaliers are the front-runners from the East and, on paper, they are the only team in the entire Conference with the talent to really put up a fight against the Golden State Warriors and the San Antonio Spurs. It is a harsh reality, but one that must be digested, a team that has the best basketball player of this generation despite dominating their Conference, will be the sports betting underdog regardless of the competition they find in the NBA finals.
Die hard Mets fans are still reeling over the loss they had versus the Kansas City Royals on last October’s World Series. Now MLB betting experts are weighing in if the New York team can emulate the Royals 2015 story and be back on the World Series and win the championship. Yet, as good as the Mets are, they are still the Mets and they have this funk about them that follows them around. Their story of shortcomings cast a shadow on the Mets that makes sports betting fans cautious before picking them to win it all.
As the 2015-16 NHL Regular season winds down and we think of the Stanley Cup Playoffs. The Canucks of Vancouver are playing at the Sharks of San Jose, both teams know their status regarding the playoffs as the Sharks are in and the Canucks are out.
But don’t let that persuade you as this Thursday night game with these 2 Pacific Division teams and strong rivals will not matter, as the Sharks seek to win all their remaining games for a better spot in the playoffs, while the Canucks now just want to be spoilers to the Sharks who have been their problematic team for the ultimate 2 seasons.
With the 2015-16 NBA Regular Season winding down there are some interesting games happening, like tonight we have 2 teams in the Pelicans of New Orleans taking on the Spurs of San Antonio with the game being played at the AT&T Center in San Antonio, Texas with the tip off at 8:40 PM ET.
The Spurs have managed to be superior at home and secure 2nd place in the highly contested Conference of the West, while the Pelicans have struggled and are now officially eliminated from the playoffs and still have some 9 remaining games to complete their 2015-16 regular season.
After knocking out both top seeds in their respective regions, #2 Villanova and #2 Oklahoma will face on April 2nd for the first matchup of the Final Four in Houston. Both teams reach the big dance as media darlings and as triumphant offshore betting underdogs who are just a mere two games away from the possibility of playing for the National Championship. On one end Villanova managed to get the biggest upset of the two as they defeated the tournament contenders Kansas Jayhawks delivering a huge upset to all college basketball betting enthusiasts and experts. Oklahoma, on the other hand, displayed that they are serious contenders as their Star Senior SG Buddy Hield, is proving to be a real threat. The stage is set for a thrilling basketball game.
The Cinderella of the tournament reaches the big dance and they will have to face the toughest team in competition. Syracuse the unlikely Final Four participant, the perennial underdog in this March Madness by all college basketball betting sites, will face the overall favorites North Carolina Tar Heels for a sport on the National Championship game. Can the Orange pull another epic upset and knock out the big dogs in the Final Four? Is their fairy tale run coming to an abrupt end?
As the 2015-16 NBA Regular season winds down in the second half and many teams are seeking playoff spots, this Sunday the 13th of March 2016 we have an interesting match-up between the No. 1 Eastern Conference Cleveland Cavaliers 46-18 playing at the No. 4 Western Conference Los Angeles Clippers 42-22 with the game being played at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California with the tip-off scheduled for 3:35 PM ET and seen on ABC TV.Continue Reading
Today the 12th of March 2016 in the NBA 2015-16 Regular Season schedule we find the Western Conference with 2 rivals playing as the 17-48 struggling Phoenix Suns take on the No.1 Golden State Warriors 58-6 with the game being played at the Oracle Arena in Oakland, California with the kick-off scheduled for 10:35 PM ET.Continue Reading
With the 2015-16 Euro Soccer season proceeding we now are in the midst of the FA Cup and this Sunday the 13th of March we find the Quarterfinals with the 5th Premier League the West Ham United F.C. playing the 6th Premier League the Manchester United F.C. with the game being played at Old Trafford in Manchester, England with the kick-off scheduled for 12 PM ET.Continue Reading