Baseball Previews | This is the 26th of 30 MLB baseball preseason previews to the 2016 pro baseball season as seen by GamingToday sports editor Mark Mayer. Today, the Toronto Blue Jays. On deck: St. Louis Cardinals.
Baseball Previews | This is the 24th of 30 MLB baseball preseason previews to the 2016 pro baseball season as seen by GamingToday sports editor Mark Mayer. Today, the New York Yankees. On deck: New York Mets.
Wiseguy Report | The nature of the sports betting marketplace is relatively simple to understand. Bettors find an edge that they can profitably exploit; soon followed by bookmakers adjusting to reflect the popularity of the prevailing thought processes.
Across the Board | At Meydan Racecourse in Dubai, 2014’s Horse of the Year, California Chrome, won the $10 million Dubai World Cup by open daylight to avenge the defeat he suffered last year when he finished second in the same race, the richest in the world.
Beyond the Arc | It’s the time of year where NBA teams are starting to drop like flies. Unless you’re following LeBron James’ lead and locking in on the mission ahead, gearing up for the postseason, odds are your brain starts to shift into vacation mode.
Feist Facts | It is a great week for sports fans with the start of baseball, the NBA stretch run, the Final Four and the culmination of the college basketball season next Monday at NRG Stadium in Houston for the national championship.
V.I.P. On the Mark | After seeing my NCAA national champion pick Virginia go down in flames at the hands of Syracuse, I flipped the dial to golf and watched Lydia Ko win the latest LPGA event at Carlsbad, California.
I'm Just Saying | I didn’t think Syracuse deserved to get into the tourney, but I guess they did and Jim Boehim is coaching his best basketball ever as his Orangemen are going to the Final Four.
Vegas Sports Books | After not being able to carry any real momentum during the first weekend of the NCAA Tournament, bettors came out firing with a vengeance during the Sweet 16 round. Fortunately for the sportsbooks, they were able to avoid epic losses.
Golden State will have to survive without the NBA’s leading scorer for at least two weeks until he’s re-evaluated, but, potentially, we may not see him again this postseason. Sportsbooks temporarily took all futures bets on projected Finals matchups, NBA championships and conference winners off the board as they awaited news on Curry.
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