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5 Basketball Scandals That Forever Changed the Game

Basketball is a game that is regularly rocked by scandals, but some resonate more than others. Here’s our pick of the top five basketball scandals in US history: Donaghy fix In 2006 the Dallas Mavericks played against the Miami Heat in the NBA Finals. The Mavericks were up 2-0 in the series when Tim Donaghy, the referee, decided to manipulate …

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AAF Betting: Orlando at Birmingham Preview and Pick

What was looking like it would be a matchup of the two undefeated has taken a change of course. On Saturday, the Orlando Apollos (4-0) will visit the Birmingham Iron (3-1) in a matchup of two top teams in the AAF. However, although Orlando has looked crisp in each of their games, there were some questions about whether Birmingham’s previous …

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Super Bowl White House Props: Will winning team visit Trump?

The intersection of sports and politics happens more and more often these days, with the realm of social media bringing those worlds closer together than ever. Even before sports were so closely tied with politics, the tradition of a champion’s visit to the White House to receive well wishes from the President was established. In recent times, however, several champions …

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NBA Predictions 2019: Who will be drafted No. 1 overall?

The NBA started life as the Basketball Association in 1946. It then merged with the National Basketball League in 1949 to create the National Basketball Association (NBA). Since then it has risen in popularity and ultimately became the American institution that it is today. The great thing about the NBA is that there is always something exciting happening, whether an …

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Super Bowl Commercial Props: Budweiser featuring Clydesdales again

One of the unique aspects about watching the Super Bowl is that commercial breaks aren’t a good time to use the bathroom or get another drink; instead, companies around world use the game — annually the most-watching sporting event around the globe — to showcase their most creative and entertaining ad spots. In fact, depending on how the game is …

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Sports Betting Tips with Chris Sheridan: Episode 34 Where will Anthony Davis land?

The latest episode of the Sports Betting Tips podcast, hosted by veteran journalist Chris Sheridan, focuses heavily on the New Orleans Pelicans and the Anthony Davis trade rumors. Sheridan was joined by Andrew Lopez, the Pelicans beat writer for the New Orleans Times-Picayune, in this edition of the Sports Betting Tips podcast. Sports Betting Tips with Chris Sheridan: Episode 34 …

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2018 FCS Championship Betting Odds: Spread, Total and Pick

We’re certainly eating crow after last week’s FCS Semifinals picks lost in a big way. South Dakota State was run over by Easton Stick and North Dakota State, while Eastern Washington manhandled Maine. That brings our playoff record to 13-8 and our overall record to 35-15-1. It’s been a banger of a season, and now we want to end it …

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2018 FCS Playoffs Betting Odds: Semifinals Spreads, Totals and Picks

If you haven’t been following our FCS picks the entire year, you’ve missed out on a financial windfall. We have posted just two losing weeks all season long, and we are hitting at levels that only touts would claim. After going 4-0 ATS last week, we are 35-13-1 ATS over the course of the season, and we are looking to …

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College Football Bowl Odds and Picks

It’s bowl season, which means it’s time to turn the TV to a game between teams you probably don’t care about and won’t care about three hours later. But for those three hours — forget holiday parties and family visits — you’re glued to the screen watching college football bowls. That’s even more the case if you have a little …

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2018 FCS Playoffs Betting Odds: Quarterfinals

Last week was only our second poor week of the season. The FCS playoffs betting lines have gotten predictably tighter from what we saw in the regular season and the sportsbooks got the better of us. We won just two of our seven picks, although our record should have been 3-4 given what happened in the Eastern Washington-Nicholls State game. …

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