With the 2015-16 NCAA Basketball season heading towards the Big Dance (March Madness) on Saturday the 27th of February we have the No. 1 Villanova Wildcats 24-4 (1st in Big East) playing the Marquette Golden Eagles 18-10 (7th Big East) with the game being played at the BMO Harris Bradley Center in Milwaukee, Wisconsin with the tip-off scheduled for 2 PM ET.Continue Reading
With the 2016 NBA All-Star Weekend that started this past Friday night with several competitions, and then the big game concludes the weekend with the All-Star game with the West playing the East. The game on Sunday the 14th of February and Valentine's Day will be played at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto, Ontario with the tip-off scheduled for 8:05 PM ET and seen on TNT TV.Continue Reading
Now that the 2016 Super Bowl has passed the sports fans of the world can now put some of their attention on the upcoming PGA event as the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am tournament begins this Thursday the 11th of Feb. thru Sunday the 14th 2016 at Pebble Beach, California.Continue Reading
With the 2016 Super Bowl 50 ready to begin tomorrow at 5:30 PM ET with Denver Broncos playing the Panthers of Carolina with the game played at the Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, California with the kick-off scheduled for 5:30 PM ET and seen on CBS TV.Continue Reading
The 2015-16 Euro Soccer and the English Premier League are moving on through 2016 and already into 2nd month February 2016 and on Tuesday we have an interesting match with the Arsenal Gunners (3rd in EPL) playing the South Hampton FC Saints (8th in EPL) with the game being played at the Emirates Stadium in London, United Kingdom with the kick-off at 2:45 PM ET.Continue Reading
As the 2016 Australian Tennis Open moves on, this Thursday the 28th of January 2016 we have the pleasure of previewing the Women’s semifinal match between the World’s No. 1 ranked S. Williams at 34 playing the Polish and World’s No. 3 ranked A. Radwanska at age 25 with the match being played at the Melbourne Park in Melbourne, Australia with no early odds available as of this writing.Continue Reading
Unlike pretty much any other sport, Americans are soccer sportsbetting underdogs. However, on June 22nd the U.S. national soccer team will have to pull off an Amazonian feat the likes of which have not been seen since Werner Herzog’s 1982 film Fitzcarraldo. Not only do they have to face erstwhile favorites Portugal -who could very well look to prey on the U.S. as a means of bouncing back from their humiliating loss against Germany- but they may have to do so without key figures. This match will be very complicated, and not despite but because of the United State’s hard-fought victory over Ghana.
British Andy Murray is the current Wimbledon champion, but he is taking a backseat in sports betting odds to Serbian Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer, and Stanislas Wawrinka are also among the favorites. As for the women’s singles participants, Serena Williams, Maria Sharapova, Victoria Azarenka, Petra Kvitova, and Eugenie Bouchard are the top contenders.
The first round order for the 2014 NBA draft has been set since May, with the Cleveland Cavaliers defying sportsbetting odds and snatching the coveted first pick for the second consecutive year and the for the third time in four years. The Cavs had the 9th worst record and only a 1.7% chance of winning the draft lottery. Thus, Cleveland will have a do-over of last year’s Anthony Bennett, considered one of the worst overall picks in the last 20 years. That’s a stark contrast with their 2011’s #1 pick Kyrie Irving who quickly achieved All-Star status.
The Cavaliers will be at leisure to pick and choose from the best prospects, but the top pick seems to be down to three up-and-coming stars: Kansas’ Andrew Wiggins and Joel Embid, and Duke’s Jabari Parker.
Sportsbetting on Major League Baseball has great and exciting action this Friday! The clash between rivals of the National League West will make it hard for bettors to make an accurate pick.Continue Reading