VIP NHL Betting Capsules | The Vegas Golden Knights look to bounce back from a rare home setback when they host the Calgary Flames. Game time is 7 p.m. PT at T-Mobile Arena where the Golden Knights are money line favorites. The total is 5.5.view
VIP GamingToday’s Consensus Picks | We put our heads together to find some great plays today. Here is one free selection:view
VIP Daily Wager with Weekend Warrior | Daily wagering selection from the Weekend Warrior.view
VIP NHL Betting Capsules | The New Jersey Devils try for their fifth straight victory when they host the struggling Columbus Blue Jackets. Game time is 4 p.m. PT at Prudential Center where the game is listed as a -110 pick ‘em. The total is 5.5.view
VIP Getting Rich with Saber | Hoops have been nothing but nuts this year and the NCAA tournament is up for grabs. This bettor took some shots with Cincy and Xavier to win it all at some good prices. Both teams went down in flames this past weekend but there is still hope.view
VIP On the Mark | There’s really no need to rehash why the Golden Knights have had this surreal opening season. If you’ve watched the team the reasons are clear. Vegas is doing everything teams like the Canadiens and Blackhawks aren’t.view
Las Vegas-based Boyd Gaming Corp. (BYD) reported fourth-quarter net income of $82.2 million on Tuesday. The company said it had profit of 71 cents per share. Earnings, adjusted for pretax gains, were 22 cents per share.
MGM Resorts International Chairman and CEO Jim Murren has revealed his company is ready to quickly move towards accepting sports bets, should the U.S. Supreme Court legalize national sports wagering.
Cash Considerations Podcast | Big Dave and Mo talk college hoops. The boys break down the big conferences, who is in, who is out, and who has to play their way into the dance.
Clear the Bases | Over the season, you can expect my top MLB picks and betting angles, current baseball news, and the inside scoop from our own race and sports directors on the biggest bets and who is making them.
Adam Silver, National Basketball Association commissioner, has shed some new light on the leagues recent revelation that it would seek one percent fee from all wagers on its games should sports betting be legalized in the U.S.