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Sports Betting Tips With Chris Sheridan Episode 21: Brandon ‘Scoop B’ Robinson

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Episode 20 of the Sports Betting Tips podcast, featuring veteran NBA journalist Chris Sheridan, is now available. In this week’s episode, Chris speaks with Brandon “Scoop B” Robinson of Basketball Society. Listen to the full conversation here: This episode is sponsored by BetDSI Sportsbook, which is now open to the U.S. market. Use promo code BBALL1000 for a free $25 …

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Sports Betting Tips With Chris Sheridan Episode 20: David Griffin

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Episode 20 of the Sports Betting Tips podcast, featuring veteran NBA journalist Chris Sheridan, is now available. In this week’s episode, Chris interviews former Cleveland Cavaliers general manager David Griffin, who is now working as an analyst for SiriusXM NBA and NBATV. Listen to the full conversation here: This episode is sponsored by BetDSI Sportsbook, which is now open to …

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Sports Betting Tips With Chris Sheridan Episode 19: Rick Pitino

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Episode 19 of the Sports Betting Tips podcast, featuring veteran NBA journalist Chris Sheridan, is now available for consumption by hitting the play button below. In this week’s episode, Chris interviews former NCAA and NBA head coach Rick Pitino, who led college squads to five Final Four appearances and two national titles. During the podcast, Sheridan and Pitino chat about …

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Sports Betting Tips With Chris Sheridan Episode 18: EuroLeague Betting Odds

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Episode 18 of the Sports Betting Tips podcast, featuring veteran NBA journalist Chris Sheridan, is now available on several podcast platforms. This episode features two guests — the first is Antonis Kalkavouras, a European basketball journalist for gazzetta.gr whom Sheridan calls the “Bob Costas of Greece.” The second is Andrew Bernucca, a EuroLeague contributor for FanSided. In this episode, our …

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Sports Betting Tips With Chris Sheridan Episode 17: Marq’d Men On Milwaukee Bucks

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Episode 17 of the Sports Betting Tips podcast, featuring veteran NBA journalist Chris Sheridan, is now available on several podcast platforms. This episode features guests Jim McIlvain and John Scott Lewinski of the men’s lifestyle podcast “Marq’d Men.” McIlvaine, a 7-foot-1 center, had a seven-year NBA career after excelling at Marquette in the early ’90s, and Lewinski is an accomplished freelance writer and journalist. …

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2020 Presidential Election Betting: Mark Cuban’s odds are dropping

With the mid-term elections taking place just two months from now, it’s fair to start wondering who will win the 2020 Presidential Election. Donald Trump is one of the most unpopular presidents we have ever seen, but he is still the favorite to win. There is a pretty substantial incumbency advantage when it comes to political office, and the presidency …

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Sheridan: Odds are you haven’t heard all of these Basketball Hall of Fame stories

The lucky 13 are going into the Naismith Memorial Hall of Fame in Springfield, Mass. on Friday night, and let’s just begin by saying you don’t get to write “lucky” and “13” in the same sentence very often without using “un.” Triskaidekaphobiacs understand completely. There are a ton of great stories being published about these players and coaches all around …

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Sheridan: Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf Speaks Again, and Says a Mouthful

The flags at the White House were flying at half-staff this morning, President Trump was relatively quiet on Twitter, and Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf was probably playing basketball somewhere getting ready for the best game of his life. “My best basketball I don’t think has been played yet,” he told GetMore Sports in an exclusive interview in which he also said much, …

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Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf on Life as the Original Kaepernick: ‘It’s The Height of Oppression’

Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf was once the most explosive offensive player in college basketball and one of the most promising young players in the NBA. His burgeoning career, however, slowed to a halt after he took a stand for what he believed in. After dominating in two seasons at LSU — he was the SEC Player of the Year in both 1989 …

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