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Leo Santa Cruz versus Carl Frampton Sports Betting Odds

September 19th, 2019 Boxing, Sports Betting

Leo Santa Cruz versus Carl Frampton OddsCarl Frampton is the sports betting odds favorite to beat Leo Santa Cruz back-to-back when the two meet for a WBA (Super) featherweight title rematch on January 28th at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in the Las Vegas-adjacent town of Paradise, Nevada. These are sports gambling lines for the bout: Leo Santa Cruz - 10? (-245) +135 Carl Frampton - 10? (+205) -155

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The Big Honey Hunt: Green Bay Packers vs. Chicago Bears

September 30th, 2019 NFL Football, Sports Betting

Green Bay Packers at Chicago Bears game on Sunday, December 18th per SBG online sportsbookHere are the NFL sports betting spread and total for the Green Bay Packers at Chicago Bears game on Sunday, December 18th per SBG online sportsbook, the site to bet on the NFL: Packers -6½ (-115) 40½ (-105) Bears +6½ (-105) 40½ (-115)

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Newton’s Praying for Better Protection

October 14th, 2019 NFL Football, Sports Betting

San Francisco 49ers vs. Carolina Panthers While some might have been surprised with the ending to this year’s NFL opener, there was a fair share of sports betting fans who predicted the Broncos would repeat. While a Broncos win might have been expected, what wasn’t foreseen was how effective Denver would be at replacing a legend.

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Clemson Needs a Strong Outing Against Troy

Troy Trojans vs. Clemson Tigers Odds and Game PreviewThe No. 2 Clemson Tigers were eager to begin the season and prove themselves worthy of being one of this year’s football betting favorites. However, their performance in the season opener left a lot to be desired. Sure, the Tigers came out on top of the Auburn Tigers 19-13 but they didn’t exactly dominate. In fact it was one of the worst performances a Clemson team has given in over a year. It’s the first time in 11 games that the high powered Clemson offense failed to gain at least 500 yards in total offense, and the first time since the 2014 season that the Tigers failed to score 20 points minimum. Many consider Clemson to be the frontrunner to contend Alabama for the title this season, but if you were to compare their opening games it’d be clear that the Tigers are clearly outmatched.

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Get your Popcorn ready, Here comes Another Rematch

October 16th, 2019 Boxing, Sports Betting

Daniel Jacobs faces off against Sergio Mora   The top sportsbooks’ love a rematch as much as the next guy, just look at how much hype and profit was raked in over last weekend’s UFC 202. Now boxing fans will get their turn at a breathtaking rematch when Daniel Jacobs faces off against Sergio Mora for the second time. While McGregor and Diaz had to wait a little over 5 months to get their rematch it seems these two have been waiting for over a year. Jacobs is currently the WBA middleweight champion and his title defense against Mora is scheduled for Friday the 9th of September. The event will be held at the Santander Arena in Reading, Pennsylvania and sports betting fans looking to tune into the event can do so on Spike. But before we continue, let’s take a look at what happened the first time these two boxers faced each other.

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What Rio Summer Olympics might be like without Russia

October 17th, 2019 Olympic Games, Sports Betting

2016 Rio Summer Olympics If Russian athletes were to be banned from the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Summer Olympic games – as the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has suggested – that would considerably chance the landscape of the competition, including and not limited to sports betting. WADA has called for the ban as a result of a 103-page report from Canadian law professor Richard McLaren, who found evidence of systematic, state-supported cheating by Russia's athletes during the Sochi Winter Olympics. How would the Games be affected if the  International Olympic Committee heeded WADA’s recommendation? Let’s imagine an alternate reality in which Russia did not attend the 2012 London Olympics.

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Are the Cavaliers the New Sports Betting Favorites?

October 31st, 2019 NBA Basketball, Sports Betting

Cleveland Cavaliers New Betting FavoritesWith the Conference Finals right around the corner and with Cleveland sweeping their second straight playoff series; sports betting fans should begin to wonder if the Cavaliers are better than the Warriors right now. Let’s look at the cold facts: The Cavaliers are on an 8-0 winning streak and they are comfortably waiting for an opponent in the Easter Conference Finals, for a second straight year.

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KISS bet on Arena Football League with Los Angeles team

November 6th, 2019 Arena Football, Sports Betting

KISS bet on Arenal Football League with Los Angeles teamRockers Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley of KISS have Nothin’ to Lose if they bet on Arena Football League. They Sure Know Something because they chose Los Angeles instead of Detroit Rock City. LA’s previous AFL franchise The Avengers gave up the ghost in 2009 and were probably buried in a KISS Kasket. Unfortunately, the team has fared about as well as the KISS Demon did in the old WCW. The LA KISS finished 3-15 in their debut season of 2014 and 4-14 last season, and ended as the lowest scoring and second lowest scoring team in each respective season. If only they had Gene Simmons’s scoring prowess.  

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The Masters 2016 Betting Preview

November 8th, 2019 Golf, Sports Betting

Golf Odds 2016 The MastersIf you Bet on Golf and follow the PGA, the 2016 Master is the 1st Major Tournament and tees off on Thursday the 7th of April 2016 with the 1st two rounds on Thursday and Friday on ESPN TV, and continues through Sunday the 10th of April 2016 with the final two rounds on CBS TV. 

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Will Atlantic City Casinos Accept Sports Betting?

November 12th, 2019 Online Casino, Sports Betting

People betting on sports at sportsbookDaily Fantasy Sports have been one of the biggest boons to the general sports betting industry in years. With the apparent similarity between fantasy leagues that allow for betting on individual player performances and typical sports gambling that wagers on the outcome of games, proponents of legalized sports gambling have additional ammunition against the leagues and the laws. And once again, New Jersey is leading the fight.

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