Odds To Win 2016 Men’s College Basketball Championship

The next college basketball season begins in 2016 but the winner isn’t crowned until March Madness in 2017. Confused? I know someone is. I get tweets about it every year. 🙂

Anyway, here are the college basketball futures for next season from William Hill. Who ya got?

College Basketball Futures

2015-2016 NBA Futures From William Hill

2015-2016 NBA Futures From William Hill
2015-2016 NBA Futures

It’s been less than 12 hours since the Golden State Warriors won the NBA Championship. In the sports betting world this means we must be ready to bet on the NBA champs for next year. Sportsbooks have been releasing 2015-2016 NBA futures odds all day. Here’s what William Hill is offering.

Futures odds can vary widely. Shop around if you’re looking for the best price.Who ya got?

Cleveland Cavaliers – 7:2
Golden State Warriors – 9:2
Oklahoma City Thunder – 6:1
Los Angeles Clippers – 10:1
San Antonio Spurs – 10:1
Chicago Bulls – 12:1
Houston Rockets – 15:1
New Orleans Pelicans – 20:1
Washington Wizards – 20:1
Memphis Grizzlies – 22:1
Dallas Mavericks – 25:1
Atlanta Hawks – 28:1
Indiana Pacers – 30:1
Toronto Raptors – 35:1
Portland Trailblazers – 35:1
Miami Heat – 50:1
Boston Celtics – 60:1
Milwaukee Bucks – 75:1
Los Angeles Lakers – 75:1
Utah Jazz – 100:1
Brooklyn Nets – 100:1
Phoenix Suns – 100:1
Detroit Pistons – 100:1
New York Knicks – 100:1
Sacramento Kings – 125:1
Denver Nuggets – 150:1
Minnesota Timberwolves – 150:1
Charlotte Hornets – 150:1
Orlando Magic – 150:1
Philadelphia 76ers – 150:1

Photo: ABC News

Current NBA Championship Odds From William Hill. Thanks LeBron.

LeBron James - Cleveland Cavaliers
LeBron James – Cleveland Cavaliers

The last time I looked at NBA Championship futures I said:

If I were placing a bet today (I would never) I might drop a minimum bet on the Chicago Bulls at 10-1 Cleveland Cavaliers at 50-1.

Low and behold the LeBron James signed with the Cavaliers and their odds are down to 9/2 (that’s 4.5-1) from 50-1. I don’t think the Cavs will win it all but that’s a nice value play. The Bulls odds are still 10-1 and probably not going anywhere.

Right now the New York Knicks look like the only team whose odds might change drastically when Carmelo Anthony re-signs but they still have no shot at the NBA championship.

The only other change in odds I see are the Houston Rockets if Chris Bosh signs. They might swing to 8-1 between the Oklahoma City Thunder and Los Angeles Clippers.

Updated odds to win the NBA Championship are below.

Who ya got now?

Continue reading “Current NBA Championship Odds From William Hill. Thanks LeBron.”

2014-2015 NBA Championship Futures From William Hill

San Antonio Spurs NBA Champions
San Antonio Spurs NBA Champions

It’s been about 12 hours since the San Antonio Spurs won the NBA Championship. In the sports betting world this means we must be ready to be on the NBA champs for next year.

If I were placing a bet today (I would never) I might drop a minimum bet on the Chicago Bulls at 10-1 Cleveland Cavaliers at 50-1. I don’t think odds for either team will get better as the new season unfolds.

Who ya got?!

Heat +275
Spurs 4/1
Thunder 7/1
Clippers 9/1
Bulls 10/1
Rockets 12/1
Pacers 12/1
Warriors 15/1
Blazers 25/1
Wizards 40/1
Nets 40/1
Grizzlies 40/1
Mavericks 40/1
Raptors 50/1
Knicks 50/1
Cavaliers 50/1
Lakers 50/1
Pelicans 50/1
Suns 50/1
Bobcats 75/1
Nuggets 75/1
Hawks 75/1
Timberwolves 100/1
Celtics 100/1
Pistons 150/1
Kings 150/1
Jazz 150/1
Magic 150/1
76ers 200/1
Bucks 250/1

Photo: ABC News

March Madness In Las Vegas Is Better Than The Super Bowl

Florida Gulf Coast International Dunk
Dunk City

I’ve loved March Madness for years but this year I’ve spent much less time watching college basketball. In fact, I didn’t watch a single NCAA basketball game this year. I was looking forward to the NCAA basketball tournament less then I have in years.

Times changes things everyone and everything. I thought my time with the March Madness had passed but it hasn’t…it’s changed. I don’t think I’ll ever care much about the regular season of college basketball but March Madness is something entirely different.

March Madness in Las Vegas is bigger and better than the Super Bowl.

I don’t care about sportsbook handles, revenue or facts on whether or not this, financially, is true. I know what I see. The vibe in the sportsbooks is great for the Super Bowl but it cannot match the intensity of March Madness. First of all college basketball fans are, generally, younger than NFL fans. Second, there is much more action to watch and to bet.

The first weekend of March Madness has 16 games on both Thursday and Friday with as many as four games on at once. When half the teams are eliminated there are still 8 games on Saturday and Sunday with 3 (maybe 4) happening at once. At the same time  there may be some NBA or NHL games on smaller TV’s in the sportsbook.

The Super Bowl is one game with no competition. The crowd in Vegas for the Super Bowl is a little older and more subdued. After this weekend I realize that Vegas is what keeps me interested in March Madness. The first weekend of March Madness is now the single best time for the sports fan to visit Las Vegas.

Florida Gulf Coast University is one of the many reasons so many people love sports. The story is great and dunks like this one would have broken twitter last year. Thankfully twitter doesn’t break down as much. This dunk made me jump out of my seat.

Photo: USA Today

Record Month For Football…Followed By Worst Week

Sportsbooks and sports wagering aren’t, typically, the epicenter for casino profit. That’s usually left to the other gambling, but things were different in September. Football wagering made more money in the casino then any other game including baccarat which usually tops casino earnings.

Customers wagered $312.7 million alone on college and professional football. Of that, casinos collected $43.5 million, an increase of 271.6 percent over September 2011.

Football betting has been trending upward and here are some reasons why.

September 2012 had one extra weekend than September 2011, which meant two extra days of football betting which helped boost wagering totals.

(Gaming Control Board senior research analyst Michael) Lawton said that in discussions with sports book operators, he was told the betting public tends to wager more on the favorites against the point spread. However, favorites in both college football and the National Football League did not fare as well against the point spread during September. That led to a more profitable month for the sports books.

The hold by the sports books on all wagers was 12.69 percent in September. A year ago, the hold was 5.82 percent. Lawton said 5 percent hold is considered normal.

Some of that success was erased last week as the sportsbooks had their worst week ever.

“It was the worst day I’ve ever seen that involved regular season in the NFL,” (William Hill spokesman Jimmy) Vaccaro said…

…“We actually probably had the best eight weeks I’ve ever been involved with leading up to this,” Vaccaro said. “So everyone was feeling good about themselves, but you knew there was going to be a day when you were going to get a preponderance of favorites. But this wasn’t only favorites, it was the right favorites.”

This is what happens with sports betting. You win some and you lose some and you move on. Personally, I’m having an amazing football season after having an awful season last year. My bankroll is up 150% with 20% more waiting on the Jets to win under 8.5 games.

I’m ready for some NBA hoops now that Mike Brown was fired by the Los Angeles Lakers. That has nothing to do with my readiness for hoops, I just heard the news in the background.

What’s Your Best Bet At The Sportsbook?

Earlier this week Dr. Dave Schwartz released a research paper on Sportbook income in Nevada. While there was little new, or surprising, information the data is always fun to look at.

Sportsbooks win the most money from betting on basketball and make the least from baseball. Here’s the data.

  1. Average casino win percentage on baseball since 1992: 3.01%
  2. Average casino win percentage on football since 1992: 4.53%
  3. Average casino win percentage on basketball since 1992: 4.69%

The baseball season is long and not very popular so it takes a back seat to the more popular sports in the sportsbook. That lack of focus on baseball leaves it vulnerable to smart bettors who have the patience and stamina for the entire season so that they can prey on bad lines.

This serves more as a reminder to me, but it’s a good excuse to not slack on that baseball research. There’s much more information on sportsbooks in Nevada on the full report. I’ll be pulling the items I find most interesting and sharing them throughout the week.

Super Bowl XLVI Prop Bets – Mixed Sports

It’s time for the Super Bowl! The Super Bowl means lots of betting options. Besides betting on the point spread there are hundreds of prop bets available for both the New York Giants and New England Patriots. I’m breaking the up props to make it easier to read. I’ll share my plays before the game.

Check Bet Online for current odds. They have pretty good sign up bonuses too if you’re not already a member.

Here are the mixed sport prop bets. These bets include both teams in the Super Bowl as well as some individual players against teams and players from NBA, NCAA basketball, NHL and golf. These bets are real and a little more confusing than traditional game and team bets. Read carefully because there is definitely opportunity here. The odds below are from LVH and accurate as of the date released, the info comes via Vegas Insider :

NBA
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WHO WILL HAVE MORE:
**(Lakers/Jazz–February 4, 2012) Prop closes at 6:00 pm Pacific
KOBE BRYANT (LAL) POINTS +0.5 -110
PATRIOTS POINTS -0.5 -110
WHO WILL HAVE MORE:
**(Thunder/Spurs–February 4, 2012) Prop closes at 5:30 pm Pacific
KEVIN DURANT (OKC) POINTS+REBOUNDS +6.5 -110
TOM BRADY (NE) LONGEST COMPLETION -6.5 -110
WHO WILL HAVE MORE:
**(Nets/Knicks–February 4, 2012) Prop closes at 4:30 pm Pacific
CARMELO ANTHONY (NY) POINTS +1.5 -110
GIANTS POINTS -1.5 -110
WHO WILL HAVE MORE:
**(Nets/Knicks–February 4, 2012) Prop closes at 4:30 pm Pacific
DERON WILLIAMS (NJ) POINTS+ASSISTS +2.5 -110
BRANDON JACOBS (NYG) RUSHING YARDS -2.5 -110
WHO WILL HAVE MORE:
**(Nets/Knicks–February 4, 2012) Prop closes at 4:30 pm Pacific
KNICKS 1ST QUARTER POINTS -0.5 -110
GIANTS POINTS +0.5 -110
WHO WILL HAVE MORE:
**(Grizzlies/Celtics–February 5, 2012) Prop closes at 9:00 am Pacific
RAY ALLEN (BOS) POINTS +14.5 -110
PATRIOTS POINTS -14.5 -110
WHO WILL HAVE MORE:
**(Grizzlies/Celtics–February 5, 2012) Prop closes at 9:00 am Pacific
PAUL PIERCE (BOS) POINTS -3.5 -110
PATRIOTS 1ST HALF POINTS +3.5 -110
WHO WILL HAVE MORE:
**(Grizzlies/Celtics–February 5, 2012) Prop closes at 9:00 am Pacific
KEVIN GARNETT (BOS) POINTS -0.5 -110
TOM BRADY (NE) 1ST HALF COMPLETIONS +0.5 -110
WHO WILL HAVE MORE:
**(Grizzlies/Celtics–February 5, 2012) Prop closes at 9:00 am Pacific
CELTICS POINTS -14.5 -110
ROB GRONKOWSKI (NE) RECEIVING YARDS +14.5 -110
WHO WILL HAVE MORE:
**(Grizzlies/Celtics–February 5, 2012) Prop closes at 9:00 am Pacific
RAY ALLEN (BOS) 3 POINT FIELD GOALS MADE +0.5 +130
TOM BRADY (NE) TOUCHDOWN PASSES -0.5 -150WHO WILL HAVE MORE:
**(Grizzlies/Celtics–February 5, 2012) Prop closes at 9:00 am Pacific
RAJON RONDO (BOS) POINTS +3.5 -110
GIANTS+PATRIOTS 2ND QUARTER POINTS -3.5 -110
WHO WILL HAVE MORE:
**(Grizzlies/Celtics–February 5, 2012) Prop closes at 9:00 am Pacific
GRIZZLIES+CELTICS 1ST QUARTER POINTS +9.5 -110
GIANTS+PATRIOTS POINTS -9.5 -110
WHO WILL HAVE MORE:
**(Grizzlies/Celtics–February 5, 2012) Prop closes at 9:00 am Pacific
LARGEST LEAD BY: GRIZZLIES OR CELTICS +0.5 -110
LARGEST LEAD BY: GIANTS OR PATRIOTS -0.5 -110
WHO WILL HAVE MORE:
**(Grizzlies/Celtics–February 5, 2012) Prop closes at 9:00 am Pacific
BRANON BASS (BOS) POINTS -0.5 -110
DISTANCE OF FIRST TD PASS OF SB XLVI +0.5 -110
**(If No TD Pass–All bets are refunded)
WHO WILL HAVE MORE:
**(Grizzlies/Celtics–February 5, 2012) Prop closes at 9:00 am Pacific
RUDY GAY (MEM) POINTS +6.5 -110
GIANTS POINTS -6.5 -110
WHO WILL HAVE MORE:
**(Raptors/Heat–February 5, 2012) Prop closes at 10:00 am Pacific
LEBRON JAMES (MIA) POINTS +1.5 -110
PATRIOTS POINTS -1.5 -110
WHO WILL HAVE MORE:
**(Raptors/Heat–February 5, 2012) Prop closes at 10:00 am Pacific
LEBRON JAMES (MIA) POINTS+REBOUNDS+ASSISTS -3.5 -110
DEION BRANCH (NE) RECEIVING YARDS +3.5 -110
WHO WILL HAVE MORE:
**(Raptors/Heat–February 5, 2012) Prop closes at 10:00 am Pacific
LEBRON JAMES (MIA) FREE THROWS MADE +0.5 +120
WES WELKER (NE) RECEPTIONS -0.5 -140 WHO WILL HAVE MORE:
**(Raptors/Heat–February 5, 2012) Prop closes at 10:00 am Pacific
LEBRON JAMES (MIA) POINTS+REBOUNDS+ASSISTS -3.5 -110
ELI MANNING (NYG) PASS ATTEMPTS +3.5 -110
WHO WILL HAVE MORE:
**(Raptors/Heat–February 5, 2012) Prop closes at 10:00 am Pacific
CHRIS BOSH (MIA) POINTS +4.5 -110
ELI MANNING (NYG) COMPLETIONS -4.5 -110
WHO WILL HAVE MORE:
**(Raptors/Heat–February 5, 2012) Prop closes at 10:00 am Pacific
CHRIS BOSH (MIA) POINTS+REBOUNDS -1.5 -110
TOM BRADY (NE) COMPLETIONS +1.5 -110
WHO WILL HAVE MORE:
**(Raptors/Heat–February 5, 2012) Prop closes at 10:00 am Pacific
RAPTORS+HEAT POINTS +99.5 +115
ELI MANNING (NYG) GROSS PASSING YARDS -99.5 -135
WHO WILL HAVE MORE:
**(Raptors/Heat–February 5, 2012) Prop closes at 10:00 am Pacific
HEAT 1ST QUARTER POINTS +2.5 -110
PATRIOTS POINTS -2.5 -110
WHO WILL HAVE MORE:
**(Raptors/Heat–February 5, 2012) Prop closes at 10:00 am Pacific
HEAT 3 POINT FIELD GOALS MADE +0.5 -110
GIANTS+PATRIOTS TOUCHDOWNS -0.5 -110
WHO WILL HAVE MORE:
**(Raptors/Heat–February 5, 2012) Prop closes at 10:00 am Pacific
RAPTORS/HEAT MARGIN OF VICTORY -2.5 -110
DISTANCE OF FIRST TD PASS OF SB XLVI +2.5 -110
**(If No TD Pass–all bets are refunded)

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NCAA BASKETBALL
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WHO WILL HAVE MORE:
**(Michigan/Michigan St–February 5, 2012) Prop closes at 10:00 am Pacific
MICHIGAN POINTS -5.5 -110
GIANTS+PATRIOTS POINTS +5.5 -110WHO WILL HAVE MORE:
**(Michigan/Michigan St–February 5, 2012) Prop closes at 10:00 am Pacific
TIM HARDAWAY JR (MICH) POINTS +2.5 -110
AHMAD BRADSHAW (NYG) LONGEST RUSH -2.5 -110
WHO WILL HAVE MORE:
**(Michigan/Michigan St–February 5, 2012) Prop closes at 10:00 am Pacific
DRAYMOND GREEN (MSU) POINTS+REBOUNDS +10.5 -110
DISTANCE OF FIRST MADE FIELD GOAL OF SB XLVI -10.5 -110
**(If No Field Goal is made–all bets are refunded)
WHO WILL HAVE MORE:
**(Michigan/Michigan St–February 5, 2012) Prop closes at 10:00 am Pacific
MICHIGAN+MICHIGAN ST POINTS -51.5 -110
ROB GRONKOWSKI (NE) RECEIVING YARDS +51.5 -110
WHO WILL HAVE MORE:
**(Minnesota/Nebraska–February 5, 2012) Prop closes at 10:00 am Pacific
MINNESOTA POINTS +13.5 -110
WES WELKER (NE) RECEIVING YARDS -13.5 -110
WHO WILL HAVE MORE:
**(Minnesota/Nebraska–February 5, 2012) Prop closes at 10:00 am Pacific
NEBRASKA POINTS +26.5 -110
VICTOR CRUZ (NYG) RECEIVING YARDS -26.5 -110
WHO WILL HAVE MORE:
**(Northwestern/Illinois–February 5, 2012) Prop closes at 12:00 pm Pacific
NORTHWESTERN+ILLINOIS POINTS -27.5 -110
GIANTS RUSHING YARDS +27.5 -110
WHO WILL HAVE MORE:
**(Northwestern/Illinois–February 5, 2012) Prop closes at 12:00 pm Pacific
JOHN SHURNA (NW) POINTS+REBOUNDS +1.5 -110
TOM BRADY (NE) COMPLETIONS -1.5 -110
WHO WILL HAVE MORE:
**(Michigan, Michigan St, Minnesota, Illinois, Northwestern, Illinois–
February 6, 2011) Prop closes at 10:00 am Pacific
BIG 10 TEAM POINTS -63.5 -110
TOM BRADY (NE) GROSS PASSING YARDS +63.5 -110
WHO WILL HAVE MORE:
**(Miami FL/Duke–February 5, 2012) Prop closes at 12:00 pm Pacific
AUSTIN RIVERS (DUKE) POINTS +10.5 -110
GIANTS POINTS -10.5 -110
WHO WILL HAVE MORE:
**(Miami FL/Duke–February 5, 2012) Prop closes at 12:00 pm Pacific
MILES PLUMLEE (DUKE)+MASON PLUMLEE (DUKE) POINTS +6.5 -110
PATRIOTS FIRST DOWNS -6.5 -110
WHO WILL HAVE MORE:
**(Miami FL/Duke–February 5, 2012) Prop closes at 12:00 pm Pacific
SETH CURRY (DUKE) POINTS +2.5 -110
PATRIOTS 1ST HALF POINTS -2.5 -110
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GOLF
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WHO WILL HAVE MORE:
**(Sergio Garcia must tee off in the Qatar Masters 4th round
on Sunday, February 5, 2012, and complete 18 holes.
4th round must be completed by February 5, 2012 for action.
Prop closes at 9:00 PM Pacific Time on Saturday, February 4, 2012)**
SERGIO GARCIA 4TH ROUND SCORE -21.5 -110
BENJARVUS GREEN-ELLIS (NE) RUSHING YARDS +21.5 -110
WHO WILL HAVE MORE:
**(Lee Westwood must tee off in the Qatar Masters 4th round
on Sunday, February 5, 2012, and complete 18 holes.
4th round must be completed by February 5, 2012 for action.
Prop closes at 9:00 PM Pacific Time on Saturday, February 4, 2012)**
LEE WESTWOOD 4TH ROUND SCORE +9.5 -110
AARON HERNANDEZ (NE) RUSHING+RECEIVING YARDS -9.5 -110
WHO WILL HAVE MORE:
**(Phil Mickelson must tee off in the Phoenix Open 4th round on Sunday,
February 5, 2012, and complete 18 holes. 4th round must be completed by
February 5, 2012 for action. Prop Closes at 8:00 AM Pacific Time on February 5, 2012)**
PHIL MICKELSON 4TH ROUND BIRDIES -0.5 +105
GIANTS PUNTS +0.5 -125
**Official Punts
WHO WILL HAVE MORE:
**(Nick Watney must tee off in the Phoenix Open 4th round on Sunday, February
5, 2012, and complete 18 holes. 4th round must be completed by February 5,
2012 for action. Prop closes at 8:00 AM Pacific Time on February 5, 2012)**
NICK WATNEY 4TH ROUND SCORE -13.5 -110
LONGEST GROSS PUNT BY: NYG OR NE +13.5 -110
**(If no punts—all bets are refunded)
**Must be an official punt
WHO WILL HAVE MORE:
**(Barclays Premier League soccer match Aston Villa at Newcastle.
Prop closes at 5:30 AM Pacific Time on February 5, 2012)**
ASTON VILLA+NEWCASTLE GOALS PK -120
TOM BRADY (NE) TD PASSES PK EVEN
WHO WILL HAVE MORE:
**(Barclays Premier League soccer match Manchester United at Chelsea.
Prop closes at 8:00 AM Pacific Time on February 5, 2012)**
MANCHESTER UNITED+CHELSEA GOALS +0.5 -110
GIANTS+PATRIOTS FIELD GOALS MADE -0.5 -110
WHO WILL HAVE MORE:
**(Barclays Premier League soccer match Manchester United at Chelsea. Wayne
Rooney must play in match.
Prop closes at 8:00 AM Pacific Time on February 5, 2012)**
WAYNE ROONEY (MAN UTD) GOALS PK +250
BRANDON JACOBS (NYG) TOUCHDOWNS PK -300
WHO WILL HAVE MORE:
**(Dutch Eredivisie soccer match AZ Alkmaar at ADO Den Haag. Jozy Altidore
must play in match.
Prop closes at 9:45 AM Pacific Time on Saturday, February 4, 2012)**
JOZY ALTIDORE (AZ) GOALS PK +190
DEION BRANCH (NE) TOUCHDOWNS PK -220WHO WILL HAVE MORE:
**(RBS 6 Nations rugby union match Wales at Ireland.
Prop closes at 7:00 AM Pacific Time on February 5, 2012)**
WALES+IRELAND POINTS +0.5 -110
DISTANCE OF FIRST MADE FG OF SB XLVI -0.5 -110
**(If no FG is made–all bets are refunded)
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NHL – HOCKEY
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WHO WILL HAVE MORE:
**(Bruins/Capitals–February 5, 2012) Prop closes at 9:30 am Pacific
BRUINS SHOTS ON GOAL -3.5 -110
PATRIOTS POINTS +3.5 -110
**Official Shots on Goal
WHO WILL HAVE MORE:
**(Bruins/Capitals–February 5, 2012) Prop closes at 9:30 am Pacific
TYLER SEGUIN (BOS) SHOTS ON GOALS PK -135
TOM BRADY (NE) TOUCHDOWN PASSES PK +115
**Official Shots on Goal
WHO WILL HAVE MORE:
**(Bruins/Capitals–February 5, 2012) Prop closes at 9:30 am Pacific
BRUINS+CAPITALS GOALS -1.5 +110
GIANTS+PATRIOTS TOTAL QB SACKS +1.5 -130
**In case of shootout only 1 goal is added to game total
WHO WILL HAVE MORE:
**(Bruins/Capitals–February 5, 2012) Prop closes at 9:30 am Pacific
ALEXANDER OVECHKIN (WAS) POINTS PK -155
ROB GRONKOWSKI (NE) TOUCHDOWNS PK +135
**Ovechkin Points(Goals+Assists)–Shootout Goals excluded
WHO WILL HAVE MORE:
**(Flyers/Rangers–February 5, 2012) Prop closes at 10:00 am Pacific
FLYERS+RANGERS GOALS +0.5 -110
VICTOR CRUZ (NYG) RECEPTIONS -0.5 -110
**In case of shootout only 1 goal is added to game total
WHO WILL HAVE MORE:**(Flyers/Rangers–February 5, 2012) Prop closes at 10:00 am Pacific
CLAUDE GIROUX (PHI) POINTS +0.5 -110
TOTAL FUMBLES LOST BY: GIANTS+PATRIOTS -0.5 -110
**Giroux Points(Goals+Assists)–Shootout Goals excluded
WHO WILL HAVE MORE:
**(Flyers/Rangers–February 5, 2012) Prop closes at 10:00 am Pacific
MARION GABORIK (NYR) SHOTS ON GOALS +0.5 +105
GIANTS PUNTS -0.5 -125
**Official Shots on Goal
**Official Punts
WHO WILL HAVE MORE:
**(Flyers/Rangers–February 5, 2012) Prop closes at 10:00 am Pacific
BRAD RICHARDS (NYR) POINTS PK +110
ELI MANNING (NYG) INTERCEPTIONS PK -130
**Richards Points(Goals+Assists)–Shootout Goals excluded
WHO WILL HAVE MORE:
**(Jets/Canadiens–February 5, 2012) Prop closes at 11:00 am Pacific
JETS SHOTS ON GOALS -1.5 -120
TOM BRADY (NE) COMPLETIONS +1.5 EVEN
**Official Shots on Goal
WHO WILL HAVE MORE:
**(Jets/Canadiens–February 5, 2012) Prop closes at 11:00 am Pacific
CANADIENS GOALS PK -110
GIANTS+PATRIOTS TOTAL FIELD GOALS MADE PK -110
**In case of shootout only 1 goal is added to game total
WHO WILL HAVE MORE:
**(Jets/Canadiens–February 5, 2012) Prop closes at 11:00 am Pacific
JETS+CANADIENS GOALS -0.5 -130
ELI MANNING (NYG)+TOM BRADY (NE) TD PASSES +0.5 +110
**In case of shootout only 1 goal is added to game total
WHO WILL HAVE MORE:
**(Jets/Canadiens–February 5, 2012) Prop closes at 11:00 am Pacific
JETS+CANADIENS GOALS -0.5 -110
GIANTS 1ST QUARTER POINTS +0.5 -110
**In case of shootout only 1 goal is added to game total

 

The Madness Begins!

March Madness is upon us.  It’s time to get those brackets filled and bets ready!  The matchups were just announced and the only thing I recall is Utah State being my top fav for a first round upset (over Crazy Eyes, Frank Martin and Kansas State). Here’s a quick tease of everything.

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I’ll have more when I look at the lines and matchups more in depth.  Follow me on twitter for specific picks.  If you don’t have the March Madness on Demand App, get it here.  If you need a March Madness bracket, go here.  Here are some sportsbooks: Sportsbook and Bookmaker.