2022 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series: Pinty’s Truck Race on Dirt Betting Odds & Pick

The 2022 NASCAR Camping Truck Series Pinty’s Truck Race on Dirt will be held at the historic Bristol Motor Speedway (Dirt) in Bristol, Tennessee on this Saturday, April 16 (TV—FS1, RADIO—MRN, SiriusXM; 8 pm EDT/7pm CDT/6 pm/MDT/5 pm PDT).카지노사이트

On Sunday at Bristol, the 2022 NASCAR Cup Series Food City Dirt Race will see Joey Logano try to defend his title on the Dirt in a race which may be very unpredictable, dangerous, but fun to watch visually with the surface, the shorter stock car Track.

NASCAR Drivers Matchups Are Better Bets Than Futures?

The 2022 NASCAR Camping Truck Series Pinty’s Truck Race on Dirt is the fifth race on the 2022 NASCAR Camping Truck World schedule and is one of two races on the circuit along with the Corn Belt Weekend at Knoxville Raceway in Knoxville, Tennessee.

Truex Jr., raced as a one-off for the Kyle Busch Motorsports team, and the win was his first-ever in the NASCAR Camping Truck Series. Ben Rhodes (ThorSport Racing), and Raphaël Lessard (GMS Racing) took 2nd and 3rd place in the inaugural race.

On April 7 in the 2022 NASCAR Camping Truck Series, William Byron (12/1 to win the 2022 NASCAR Food City Dirt Race, BetOnline) was the winner of the 2022 Blue-Emu Maximum Pain Relief 200 at Martinsville Speedway in Martinsville, Virginia.

The win by Byron in the fifth race in the 2022 Camping World Truck Series was his first of the year with Zane Smith winning Race 1 at Daytona, Chandler Smith winning in Week 2 in Las Vegas, and Corey Heim winning in Camping World Truck Series Week 3 in Atlanta.

Zane Smith won again in Week 4 at the Circuit of the Americas in Austin followed by the aforementioned win by Byron—also a force on the NASCAR Cup Series Circuit right now—in Week 5, so Smiths have won three times and non-Smiths have won twice.

The next stop on the 2022 Camping World Truck Series will be at the Darlington Raceway on Friday, May 6 for the Dead On Tools 200 in Darlington, South Carolina (TV—FS1, Radio—MRN, SiriusXM; 7:30 pm EDT/6:30 pm CDT/5:30 pm MDT/4:30 pm PDT).

The Pinty’s Dirt Truck Race is a 150-lap, 75-mile race run on Bristol Motor Speedway’s tight but lovable high-banked 0.533-mile Oval track which was changed to a Dirt surface with the 2021 running.

The race will be run in three Stages on Saturday: Stage 1 is 40 Laps, Stage 2 is 50 Laps, and the final and most important Stage 3 will be 60 Laps on the tight 4-turn Tennessee track.바카라사이트

The Camping World Truck Series ran its first Dirt Track race since 1970 with the running at Eldora Speedway and at Bristol, they reduced the banking from 28 degrees to 19 degrees, The weather on Saturday calls for Clouds, a Low of 40° with Rain a possibility.

Oddsmakers online sportsbook BetOnline currently has Chase Elliott (5/1) and Joey Logano (5/1) as the co-favorite to win in Bristol on Saturday night under the lights with Grant Enfinger (8/1), Stewart Friesen (8/1), and John Hunter Nemechek (9/1) following.

The top Auto Racing sportsbooks on the Internet offer legal odds online on NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, NASCAR Cup, NASCAR Xfinity Series, Trucks Series XPEL 225, F1, NHRA, Indianapolis 500, and all other major Car Racing Futures betting markets.

2022 NASCAR Camping Truck Series Pinty’s Truck on Dirt Winner Odds

  • Chase Elliott +500
  • Joey Logano +500
  • Grant Enfinger +800
  • Stewart Friesen +800
  • John Hunter Nemechek +900
  • Chandler Smith +1000
  • Ben Rhodes +1000
  • Zane Smith +1000
  • Austin Dillon +1200
  • Buddy Kofoid +1600
  • Matt Crafton +1800
  • Carson Hocevar +1800
  • Derek Kraus +2200
  • Christian Eckes +2800
  • Matt Dibenedetto +4000
  • Ty Majeski +5000
  • Tyler Ankrum +5000
  • Halilie Deegan +5000
  • Parker Kligerman +5000
  • Harrison Burton +5000
  • Kaz Grala +5000
  • Mike Marlar +5000
  • Tanner Gray +10000
  • Austin Wayne Self +10000
  • Chase Purdy +20000
  • Jack Wood +25000
  • Colby Howard +25000
  • Kris Wright +50000
  • Tate Fogleman +50000
  • Dean Thompson +50000
  • Lawless Alan +50000
  • Timmy Hill +50000
  • Blaine Perkins +50000
  • Spencer Boyd +100000
  • Andrew Gordon +100000
  • Jessica Friesen +100000
  • Keith McGee +100000
  • Norm Benning +100000온라인카지노

World Light Heavyweight Championship Preview: Artur Beterbiev vs. Joe Smith Jr. Betting Odds

Historic Madison Square Garden Theater in New York City, New York is the site of this Saturday night’s Light Heavyweight WBO-IBF-WBC Championship Boxing match between Russian Artur Beterbiev (17-0-0) and American Joe Smith Jr. (28-3-0).카지노사이트

Artur Beterbiev (17-0-0, 17 KOs) has knocked out every opponent he has ever faced, so Smith, Jr. will have to be quick on his feet and be as defensive or possible or he will be No. 18, and the monster odds (Beterbiev -640, MyBookie.ag) say that he will be No. 18. Smith Jr. has 22 KOs of his own, and his three Losses lifetime have come against

Dmitri Bivol, Sullivan Barrera, and Eddie Caminero, so this Top Rank Boxing Saturday Night’s Alright For Fighting (get a little action in) should be fun with the KO a possibility.

The veteran Beterbiev will come in confident after knocking out everyone he has seen in the Ring and with his championship belts on the line, expect him to be pretty aggressive, why we see the shorter odds online of the fight ending in the Middle Rounds (5-9).

Beterbiev-Smith Jr. at MSG on Saturday Sees Steep Odds

Oddsmakers have Beterbiev as a prohibitive -640 favorite to win on Saturday night in this Light Heavyweight bout with underdog Smith Jr. able to be found at +470, but if you want to bet him, best wait until near fight time when odds may be 100 cents more or higher.

Here are the Moneyline odds and prop numbers for the fight from sportsbook MyBookie:

Artur Beterbiev vs. Joe Smith Jr. Odds

Moneyline Odds: Artur Beterbiev -640 vs. Joe Smith Jr. +470
Round Over/Under: 8½o -115
Artur Beterbiev vs. Joe Smith Jr. Props Odds
Will the Fight Go the Distance?
No -400, Yes +275
Method of Victory
Beterbiev by Decision or Technical Decision -275
Beterbiev by KO, TKO or DQ -225
Smith Jr. by by Decision or Technical Decision +1100
Smith Jr. by KO, TKO or DQ +800
Draw or Technical Draw +2200
Artur Beterbiev wins in Round 1 +40000
Artur Beterbiev wins in Round 2 +33000
Artur Beterbiev wins in Round 3 +22000
Artur Beterbiev wins in Round 4 +1600
Artur Beterbiev wins in Round 5 +1200
Artur Beterbiev wins in Round 6 +850
Artur Beterbiev wins n Round 7 +800
Artur Beterbiev wins in Round 8 +800
Artur Beterbiev wins in Round 9 +7500
Artur Beterbiev wins in Round 10 +800
Artur Beterbiev wins in Round 11 +850
Artur Beterbiev wins in Round 12 +1000 바카라사이트
Artur Beterbiev wins by Decision or Technical Decision +400
Joe Smith Jr. wins in Round 1 +10000
Joe Smith Jr. wins in Round 2 +10000
Joe SmithJr. wins in Round 3 +10000
Joe Smith Jr. wins in Round 4 +10000
Joe SmithJr. wins in Round 5 +10000
Joe SmithJr. wins in Round 6 +8000
Joe Smith Jr. wins in Round 7 +6600
Joe Smith Jr. wins in Round 8 +6600
Joe Smith Jr. wins in Round 9 +6600
Joe SmithJr. wins in Round 10 +6600
Joe Smith Jr. wins in Round 11 +6600
Joe Smith Jr. wins in Round 12 +8000
Joe Smith Jr. wins by Decision or Technical Decision +1100
Saturday, June 18 , 2022
Artur Beterbiev (17-0-0, 17 KOs) vs. Joe Smith Jr. (28-3-0, 22 KOs)
Championship Bout: Light Heavyweight (135 pounds) Unification, 12 Rounds
Location: Madison Square Garden (Hulu Theater), New York, New York
Promoter: Top Rank Boxing, Bob Arum
Main Card Time: 10 pm EDT/9 pm CDT/7 pm PDT
Division: Light Heavyweight
At Stake: WBO, WBC and IBF championship belts
Beterbiev Record: 17-0-0 (17 KOs)
Smith Jr. Record: 28-3-0 (22 KOs)
Ages: Beterbiev—37, Kambosos—32
Native Countries: Beterbiev—Russia, Smith Jr.—USA
Stances: Beterbiev—Orthodox, Smith Jr.—Orthodox
Current Winning Streaks: Beterbiev—W17, Smith—W4
Current Career Trajectory: Beterbiev—Peak, Kambososl—Still Near Peak
TV Coverage: ESPN, ESPN App
Moneyline Odds: Beterbiev -640, Smith Jr. +470 (MyBookie)
Round Total: 8½o -115
Free Boxing Pick: Artur Beterbiev by TKO

About Joe Smith Jr.

Joe Smith Jr. is a 32-year-old Long Island, New York-born professional American Boxer so he will have the Home crowd edge in the Empire State. Smith. Jr. is 6-foot-0 (193 cm) tall and has a 76 inch Reach (193 cm) and is the current WBO world lightweight champion.

Smith still calls Long Island home, and in his last fight, he defeated Steve Geffard by KO at the Turning Stone Resort & Casino in Verona on January 15. Smith was 2-0 in 2020, 1-0 in 2021, and is 1-0 here in 2022 so he really hasn’t fought that much and may be a bit rusty.

About Artur Beterbiev
Russian Artur Beterbiev is 37 years old but he is experienced and hungry and talks with his fists and until he doesn’t knock someone out to end a fight, we will all long for a Russia vs Russia Beterbiev-Dmitry Bivol collison in the ring sometime down the road.

Beterbiev holds the IBF and WBC Light Heavyweight belts (391 weeks on light Heavyweights Top 10 List), so this one will unify and the winner will likely get Anthony Yarde according to Saturday night’s Promoter and Boxing legend Bob Arum.

TV – Where You Can Watch Artur Beterbiev-Joe Smith. Jr.
In the USA and Canada, the fight will be broadcast on ESPN and the ESPN App streaming service. The Undercard will be available on ESPN+. You can also see it on Sling, fuboTV, Directv, your Personal Computer (PC), Laptop, Smartphone, SmartTV, Roku, or Firestick.

How to Bet Beterbiev, Smith, Jr. on Saturday Night
With the odds so high on huge favorite Beterbiewv (-640), maybe the best strategy here on betting Boxing is to pick an exact KO Round for fun (backing Beterbiev) or bet the Method of Victory market and lay -220 that he wins by a KO, TKO, or maybe a DQ.온라인카지노

South Korea KBO League Betting Odds to Win, Predictions, and Picks

The Korean Baseball Organization (KBO) League’s 2022 Regular Season continues on with SSG Landers sitting in first place with the best Home and Road Records and the former SK Wyverns the oddsmakers solid favorites to win the 2022 Korean Series.카지노사이트

The 2022 KBO Regular Season began on April 2 with KT Wiz (12/1 to win 2022 Korean Series, BetOnline) trying to defend its 2021 KBO League championship, and so far it has been somewhat unpretty for the champions who sit in 5th place with a 34-34-2 Record.

The 2022 KBO League Regular Season will come to an end on September 23, with the 2022 KBO Playoffs following and all 10 teams will play 144 games—MLB (USA) teams play 162—for a total of 720 games with the All-Star Break scheduled from July 15 to July 21,

The 2022 KBO League All-Star Game will be held on July 16 at Jamsil Baseball Stadium in Southern Seoul, South Korea, a welcome reality for the highest level of Baseball in South Korea after a 2-year hiatus due to the ongoing COVID-19 Pandemic.

The KBO League made the decision to continue 2022 KBO League Regular Season games during the 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games—which were to start September 10—but the event had to be postponed due to the COVID-19 Pandemic and will be rescheduled.

Looking at the KBO League 2022 Team Win Matrix, we see that the 2nd-place Kiwoom Heroes (41-28-1) are 2-4-0 this season against SSG Landers, who have a Winning Record against every team in the league right now except the 9th-place NC Dinos (4-4-1).

Here are the latest odds from top-notch online baseball sportsbook BetOnline to win the 2022 championship for the 10 teams who currently play in the South Korea KBO, and as you can see SSG Landers (+125)—formerly the SK Wyverns—are the big favorites to win.

2022 South Korea KBO Winner Odds

  • SSG Landers +125
  • Kiwoom Heroes +500
  • LG Twins +600
  • KIA Tigers +600
  • Doosan Bears +1000
  • Samsung Lions +1100
  • KT Wiz +1200
  • Lotte Giants +3000
  • NC Dinos +15000
  • Hanwha Eagles +15000

Korea League KBO Champions

  • 2021—KT Wiz (beat Doosan Bears 4-0)
  • 2020—NC Dinos (beat Doosan Bears 4-2)
  • 2019—Doosan Bears (beat Kiwoom Heroes 4-0)
  • 2018—SK Wyverns (beat Doosan Bears 4-2)
  • 2017—KIA Tigers (beat Doosan Bears 4-1)
  • 2015—Doosan Bears (Samsung Lions 4-1)
  • 2014—Samsung Lions (beat Nexen Heroes 4-2)
  • 2013—Samsung Lions (beat Doosan Bears 4-3)
  • 2012—Samsung Lions (beat SK Wyverns 4-2)
  • 2011—Samsung Lions (beat SK Wyverns 4-1)
  • 2010—SK Wyverns (beat Samsung Lions 4-0)
  • 2009—KIA Tigers (beat SK Wyverns 4-3) 바카라사이트
  • 2008—SK Wyverns (beat Doosan Bears 4-1)
  • 2007—SK Wyverns (Doosan Bears 4-0)
  • 2006—Samsung Lions (beat Hanwha Eagles 4-1)
  • 2005—Samsung Lions (beat Doosan Bears 4-0)
  • 2004—Hyundai Unicorns (beat Samsung Lions 4-2)
  • 2003—Hyundai Unicorns (beat Stanford (beat SK Wyverns 4-3)
  • 2002—Samsung Lions (beat LG Twins 4-2)
  • 2001—Doosan Bears (Samsung Lions 4-2)
  • 2000—Hyundai Unicorns (beat Doosan Bears 4-3)

Lee Jung-Hoo, Kiwoom Worth Look at Current 5/1 Odds?

Lee Jung-Hoo and the Kiwoom (5/1 to win the 2022 KBO League Korean Series) are worth a look right now in this Futures market as the Heroes will likely be making the Playoffs and not scared of mighty SSG with the best player in the league in Jung-Hoo.

Doosan (10/1 to win 2022 KBO League Korean Series) have been in the Korean Series in the last 6 straight years (2-4), so looking at the Bears at 10/1 odds right now in this Asian Baseball Futures market may be wise although Doosan were just 71-65-8 on June 24.

The best team to bet against in the 2022 KBO Korean League is Hawha (100/1 to win 2022 KBO League Korean Series) with the lowly Eagles (49-83-12) snapping a 10-game Losing Streak on Friday and sitting last place in the league standings with a win on Friday.

Opportunities to bet against Hanwha this coming week will be on Tuesday-Thursday against SSG Landers, but the Moneyline odds will be too heavy even with the 3-games series at Hanwha Life Eagles Park in Daejeon and on Kiwoom on Friday (DH) and Saturday.

Anthony Alford and the KT Wiz (12/1 to win 2022 KBO League Korean Series) need to play better in the 2nd Half but the American OF was doing his part for KT, with three HRs in his last 4 games as this team looked to get and stay above the .500 mark (34-34-2),

The KIA Tigers (37-31-1) were also 5-5 in their L10 and 6/1 to win the 2022 Korean Series, but a Futures bet on these Tigers seems like wasted money with the Twins (6/1) and bears (10/1) probably better semi-longshot wages in that current betting price range.

Backing the 8th-place Samsung Lions (11/1), 6th-place Lotte Giants (30/1), and the 9th-place NC Dinos (150/1) also seems like wasted money with Samsung 6 games under .500 and on a 4-game losing streak and 3-7 in the L10 games as of Friday, June 24.

So this seems like a 4-team race between league leaders SSG Landers, the Kiwoom Heroes, the LG Twins, and the Doosan Bears with all three others capable of beating SSG although the Landers have the hottest Pitcher in the KBO right now in Wilmer Font (9-4).

2022 South Korea KBO Regular Season Schedule

  • Saturday, July 16—2022 KBO League All-Star Game,
  • Friday, July 15-Thursday, July 21—2022 KBO League All-Star Break
  • Sunday, September 25—2022 KBO League Regular Season Ends 온라인카지노

Rocket League World Championship Betting Predictions

The world of competitive racing football is eagerly awaiting the biggest event this season. It’s the Finals of the 2021-22 Rocket League Championship Series, the most grandiose event in the game’s competitive arsenal and one that’s bound to make a proper impact. Rocket League World Championship betting craze has already begun. Outright winner odds and other futures are available left and right, guaranteeing excitement throughout the month of August.카지노사이트

Best Rocket League World Championship Betting Sites

But, many of you still ought to be unfamiliar with the whole concept of online betting on esports. It’s no secret that esports betting still has a large influx of newcomers who still don’t have a proper grasp on how things work.

Key Facts About RLWC 2022

This is the first iteration of the Rocket League World Championship. However, it has to be noted that it serves as a spiritual successor to RLCS Finals.

In short, it’s the biggest and most lucrative event of Rocket League esports’ competitive calendar. It features over $2 million in prize money which tells you a lot about its size and importance.

The 2021-22 RLWC tournament starts on August 4th and runs through August 14th. That’s eleven days of top-notch Rocket League action for us to enjoy and bet on.

The tournament will feature 24 teams in total. Sixteen will play in the Wildcard Stage, with eight additional teams joining in the group stage.

The winner will go home with $600,000 in prize money. The second-place team will take $400,000 while 3rd and 4th place will share the same amount ($200,000 each). All 24 teams will get a share of the prize pool, though two-thirds are reserved for the top four teams.

Tournament Format

The 2022 Rocket League World Championship is divided into three separate stages. They are as follows:

Wildcard Stage

This year’s Rocket League World Championship will kick off with the Wildcard Stage featuring sixteen Wildcard teams. Yes, I know they’re dubbed as Wildcards, but the likes of Version1 and Spacestation Gaming are not to be taken for granted.

Format-wise, Wildcard Stage is imagined like a 16 Team Swiss system with bo5 matches from start to finish. At the end of all Wildcard Stage fixtures, the eight best teams will proceed to the Group Stage.

Group Stage

The group stage kicks off on August 9th and will feature two groups of eight teams. Eight best teams from the Wildcard Stage coupled with additional eight teams who’ll start their Fort Worth adventure from the group stage.

Both teams will pan out as double-elimination brackets with bo7 matches from start to finish. The four best teams from each group (eight in total) will make their way into the playoffs.


All playoff matches will be played on the final day of the event, August 14th. We’re looking at seven matches in total, all of which will be played in bo7 (best of seven) fashion. It’s a ruthless single-elimination bracket, so everything is up for grabs and there won’t be any room for mistakes.바카라사이트

Rocket League World Championship Betting Odds

As mentioned earlier, Rocket League WC betting odds are already available. At the moment, you can only invest money into RLWC outrights. Match-winners will come, but they will arrive at a later day. Probably in a matter of days following the official schedule (wildcard fixtures) announcement.

RLWC Outright Winner Odds

Here’s a look at the top ten teams and their Rocket League World Championship betting odds:

Now let’s check out the top five teams and see which ones are a good choice for your long-term Rocket League World Championship betting slips:

Moist Esports

Moist Esports are the bookies’ favorites to win the 2021-22 Rocket League World Championships. The champions of Europe are coming off of massive success at the Spring Major. A quick reminder for those of you who haven’t been paying attention, Moist Esports (former Team Queso) won the Spring Major following a convincing 4:0 win against Falcons.

Luckily, Joyo, Vatira, and rise are in fine form. They’ve been in great shape throughout the year – not only did they win the Spring Major but reached the grand finals of the Winter iteration too.

Overall, joyo and the co are the rightful favorites. If you’re going to be betting on Rocket League World Championship next month, don’t sleep on Moist!

GarrettG and the NRG company are still a force to be reckoned with in North American Rocket League. The experienced veterans of the game are always dangerous, though it has to be noted that they’re not coming into this one with fine results to back them up.

While they did play well in the first quarter, their form dropped significantly following the end of Mobile 1 Mountain Classic finals. They weren’t at their best during the Winter Major and they didn’t even qualify for the Spring iteration.

Obviously, this is going to place a lot of pressure on them. Plus, they’ll be playing in front of their own fans in Fort Worth, which will put even more pressure on their shoulders. It’s a double-edged sword, though, it all depends on how they’ll react to the pressure.

One thing is certain this is going to be an uphill struggle for NRG. If I were you, I wouldn’t bet too much money on them… especially not at just +500 to win the event.

G2 logoHere we have another North American powerhouse. This one is perhaps even more dangerous than the first one. G2 have invested in Atomic to be their next go-to starter. Looking back at their results following that acquisition, it’s safe to say their gamble has paid off.

G2 have won two of three NA regional events and finished second on the third. They are our Winter Split Major winners and, despite a poor run this spring, they’re still one of the toughest teams to beat out there.

G2 could be the surprise everyone is hoping for. Fort Worth will have their back, but will that be enough for them to clinch the title? If you’d like to bet on it, Rocket League betting sites are offering +600 on your money.

Faze Clan
Faze Clan’s roster upgrade could yield good results in Fort Worth next month. They’ve released both Allushin and Moopy and brought in Sypical from Spacestation Gaming. The 18-year-old already has four years of professional Rocket League to his name and is likely to be quick about settling in with his new teammates.

Results-wise, Faze Clan’s Winter Major campaign ended with a fourth-place finish following a tough loss to Team Queso (now Moist Esports). Their Spring Major performance earlier this month was pretty poor. They ended up losing to FURIA and getting eliminated way earlier than anyone of us had expected.

With Sypical still not fully synced up with his teammates, which the results clearly show, I just can’t recommend you invest in Faze Clan. There are far better options out there, so pick your poison carefully!

Falcons Esports is back, boys and girls! Back in April, they acquired the former roster of Sandrock Gaming consisting of trk511, Ahmad, and oKhaliD. This roster went on quite the dominant run, winning all three RLCS Spring events in MENA as well as second place on the Spring Major.

Moist Esports were better in the end, though trk511 and the company don’t have anything to argue about. Moist absolutely stomped them, finishing the match with a dominant 4:0 on the scoreboard.

That said, the Saudi boys are dangerous! They have superb clutch potential, they’re not afraid to play dynamic gameplay no matter who’s on the other end. At +600 to win the 2022 RLWC title, you gotta fancy their chances.

Wrapping Things Up
What are your thoughts on currently available Rocket League World Championship betting options? Are you satisfied with the outright winner betting odds? Are you going to be placing a few RLCS bets in the coming weeks? Tell us more in the comments section down below.

Until next time,

May the odds be in your favor! 온라인카지노

Flyers to Beat Stars and More Saturday Night’s NHL Game Breakdowns

Ah, the best night of the week is here. Saturday Night Hockey, where the fights run deep, the beer runs cold and you run up some more wins on the season.카지노사이트

There’s two afternoon games on tap for the diehards, and ten games in total to give you all your hockey needs. Luckily for fans, they get to watch one of the most impressive streaks in recent memory get put on the line early, so let’s dive into out feature game.

Philadelphia Flyers at Dallas Stars

Philadelphia (+111) at Dallas (-123)

Philadelphia (+1.5) at Dallas (-1.5)
Total Over/Under

Earlier in the season, this game wouldn’t have garnered much attention on the old fridge calendar, but oh how this league can change in a heartbeat. The Flyers are on a 10 game winning streak, and therefore (this math was harder than I’d care to admit) are 10-0-0 in their last 10 games!

To put their streak into perspective, ten days ago the Flyers were 9-10-3 and on the bottom half of the East looking up. Now, they’re 19-10-3 on the season, third in their division and just two points out of first place in the Conference.

Dallas would kill for the streak the Flyers are experiencing. The Stars are just 3-6-1 in their last ten games and coming off a 2-0 shutout at the hands of the Rangers. They’ve fallen under .500 on the season at 12-14-6 and now own a brutal -19 goal differential.

The good news for Dallas? They’re playing at home. The Stars are 8-5-2 in their own barn this season, but did lose their only meeting against the Flyers this season, 4-2 back on Decemeber 10th.

A lot of pundits weren’t sure where to put the Flyers at the start of this season, as questions kept swirling about the makeup of the team. It feels like most of those questions have been answered, so let’s take a look at how both teams have gotten to where they are.

You don’t go on a ten game win streak without scoring a few goals, and the Flyers’ run has been no different. Philly is up to 3.28 goals a game which ranks behind only the Pittsburgh Penguins and New York Rangers for the league lead.

It helps that they have two of the top ten scorers in the NHL with Jakub Voracek and Claude Giroux. Voracek is tied for third in scoring with 33 points, and anytime you’re sharing the same space with Evgeni Malkin and Sidney Crosby you’re having a pretty good season.

Claude Giroux rolls in tied with fifth at 30 points and seems determined to do something special with his team this season. He’s racked up five goals, seven assists and a +10 rating during his team’s ten game winning streak.

Dallas has their two stars as well with Jamie Benn and Tyler Seguin, but after that the buck stops there. Seguin and Benn have combined for 58 points this season which is just five less than the red-hot Giroux and Voracek.

The problem for Dallas is no one else can score. The Stars are averaging just 2.53 goals a game which ranks well below the league average. They’re also connecting on just 15.83 percent of their powerplay opportunities despite leading the NHL in chances per game at 3.75

The Stars’ woes on offense are only trumped by their failure on defense this season. Dallas is allowing 3.12 goals per game, with only Colorado and Vancouver suffering worse fates. A big problem has been the disappointment of John Klingberg.

Heading into the season Klingberg was viewed as one of the top defensemen in the NHL, and certainly the top defensemen on this Dallas team. After averaging 2.25 shots a game last season he’s all the way down to 1.28. He has 14 points on the season and his a -6. After experiencing two successful years before this campaign, we hope he gets back on track in a hurry.

Despite all the wins, Philly’s defense has been nothing to write home about either. The flyers are allowing 3.03 goals a game which is just slightly better than Dallas and still way below the league average.

Part of the problem is the absence of a true shut-down defender. The “ghost” Shayne Gostisbehere is a young and telented defensemen, but not exactly known for shutting down the opposition. He’s a -5 on the season and even his offensive production is down.

The ghost is on a nice four game assist streak, and everyone on the Flyers seems to be finding the back of the net. As long as Philly keeps scoring, the defense can continue to take the night off.

The biggest obstacle for both teams stopping pucks may just be the biggest person responsible for it: The goalie. In Philadelphia, Steve Mason has played 25 solid games but few that impress you. He owns a pedestrian .905 save percentage and is allowing 2.79 goals a game.

Even during the win streak it’s been the offense that has predominantly carried the Flyers. He has routinely let in three goals a game but rarely falls apart completely.

It’s as even as a timeshare we’ve seen between the pipes in Dallas. Antti Niemi and Kari Lehtonen may share the crease, but they don’t seem to share the responsibility of helping their team win. Niemi is letting in 3.12 goals a game and saving just .906 percent of the shots he faces while Lehtonen is similar with a .894 save percentage and 2.92 goals against average.

If you haven’t gotten the hint yet, there should be a ton of goals.

Key Matchup
Jakub Voracek against Tyler Seguin. Two of the best forwards in the game go head to head on Saturday night, what moire could you ask for?

Early Lines had Philly as the favorite! If that’s possible still wherever you are GRAB IT AND RUN. Is it likely the Flyers win 11 in a row? probably not, but do you care when you’re getting a goal and a half?!

Arizona Coyotes at Minnesota Wild

Arizona (+235) at Minnesota (-265)

Arizona (+1.5) at Minnesota (-1.5)
Total Over/Under

The other afternoon game isn’t nearly as exciting, with arguably the worst team in the league taking on one of the best, but there’s still a bit of intrigue.바카라사이트

We don’t want to get anyone too excited, but the Coyotes have won two in a row! The only issue is the Wild have won six in a row, own the best defense in the league and have the hottest goalie in the NHL in Devan Dubynk.

Key Matchup
Devan Dubynk against the kitchen sink. That’s what the Coyotes will trow at him, and chances are, he’ll stop most of it.

The moneyline isn’t worth it if you’re betting on the Wild, but taking Minnesota to win by two goals isn’t as bad on the spread. Still, our favorite bet is the under with how strong Minnesota’s D has been and how hard it is for Arizona to score.

Montreal Canadiens at Washington Capitals

Montreal (+162) at Washington (-180)

Montreal (+1.5) at Washington (-1.5)
Total Over/Under

If it weren’t for Philly’s hot streak, this might be the game of the night. Both teams have almost identical records with the Canadiens being slightly more successful (19-6-4) than the Capitals (18-7-3) so far this season.

The major difference is recent play. The Canadiens were blowing teams away with the strong play of Carey Price and some timely goal scoring early in the season, but now the goals have dried up and Price is looking more human.

The Capitals, on the other hand, have been downright scary. Braden Holtby is undefeated in his last six starts posting a 1.56 goals against average and a nice .925 save percentage. Combine that with names like Alex Ovechkin, Nicklas Backstrom and T.J. Oshie and I wouldn’t want to be the Canadiens.

Key Matchup
Braden Holtby against Carey Price. Both goaltenders may just be the best players on their teams, at least recently, and with all the firepower on the ice it will be awesome to see who comes out on top.

The Capitals are scorching hot, but if they can lose to anyone its a good goaltender. We like taking Montreal on the spread to get that extra 1.5 goals, but ignoring the moneyline.

Anaheim Ducks at Detroit Red Wings

Anaheim (-137) at Detroit (+124)

Anaheim (-1.5) at Detroit (+1.5)
Total Over/Under

A once storied rivalry has devolved over the past few seasons. The Red Wings are a shell of them former selves ever since Mike Babcock left and now own a 13-14-4 record with just three wins in their last ten games.

Anaheim, on the other hand, continues to be one of the most consistent teams in the West. The Ducks are 7-2-1 in their last ten games and just a point out of second place in the Conference.

Anaheim’s record may be better than it suggests however. The Ducks are just +3 in goal differential, and while they’ve been in good form recently, their team is beginning to age.

Key Matchup
Ryan Getzlaf against Henrik Zetterberg. While Zetterbeg still has a few years on the former, the two veterans always battle tough at centre ice. It will be fun to keep an eye on Saturday night.

With the way the Ducks are playing it feels ridiculous to bet on the Red Wings, but that’s exactly what we’re going to do. Detroit getting goal and a half at home is always nice, so we recommend rocking out on the spread.

New Jersey Devils at Ottawa Senators

New Jersey (+122) at Ottawa (-135)

New Jersey (+1.5) at Ottawa (-1.5)
Total Over/Under

The Devils and Sens square off in Canada’s Capital on Saturday Night in what should be a relatively easy win for Ottawa at home. If you look closer however, you’ll find this game can belong to anyone.

The Senators have a -9 goal differential on the season and yet are somehow 16-11-3. Basically, when they win it’s close and when they lose, they lose badly. They’re just 4-4-2 in their last ten and with Craig Anderson helping his wife battle cancer, their goalie situation is a mess.

If the Devils want to beat a good team, Saturday night might be the time to do it. New Jersey has lost four straight and cant seem to find anyone to step up and score goals. Kyle Quincey is their only defensemen with a plus rating and Cory Schneider has been awful in net lately. This is anyone’s game.

Key Matchup
Taylor Hall against Erik Karlsson. Karlsson is flat-out a top three if not the best defensemen in the entire NHL, and now he gets to shutdown Hall. Hall has had a nice bounce back season this year, but still needs to show more to be considered one of the top forwards again.

With two murky situations on both teams, we suggest taking the Over and ignoring the other outcomes. All the goaltenders are struggling, which means all the goals are coming.

New Jersey
Pittsburgh Penguins at Toronto Maple Leafs

Pittsburgh (-128) at Toronto (+116)

Pittsburgh (-1.5) at Toronto (+1.5)
Total Over/Under
Poor Toronto. Toronto’s favorite team took another heartbreaking loss against the Coyotes in overtime, thanks to a former leaf about a week ago in Peter Holland. Holland scored the shootout winner after about 18 posts were hit between the two teams.

The Leafs reward? The Pittsburgh Penguins. The three-headed beast of Sidney Crosby, Evgeni Malkin and Phil Kessel (another former Leaf) roll into town to take on the young Buds in what should be one of the most entertaining games of the night.

If there’s a silver lining for the Leafs, its that Pittsburgh is playing their second game of a back to backs after taking on the hardest hitting team in the League, the LA King. Still, we don’t picture this being a walk in the park for Toronto.

Key Matchup
Phil Kessel against Toronto. Kessel was one of the most mercurial players ever during his time in the six, and now gets to come back riding a Stanley Cup win, and being in the top ten in league scoring. It’s going to be exciting to see how Toronto receives him.

Toronto has played good teams close all season long, even if they end up losing. That could be the case again on Saturday against what will be a tired Pittsburgh team. For that reason, we like taking the Leafs on the spread as our best bet.

New York Rangers at Nashville Predators

New York (+102) at Nashville (-113)

New York (+1.5) at Nashville (-1.5)
Total Over/Under

In one of the most anticipated matchups of the night, the Rangers roll into Nashville to take on the Predators. After some goalie controversy in New York, Henrik Lundqvist took his rightful place atop the depth chart when he shut out the Stars 2-0 in New York’s last game.

Nashville isn’t Dallas. The Predators are 10-3-2 this season at home and continue to dominate teams in their own building. After a brutal 5-2 loss to the Wild, they’re thrilled to be retuning back to Smashville.

The Preds could still use some more scoring, as their goal differential is exactly at 0 on the season, and they’re without a player who’s scored more than 21 points.

Key Matchup
P.K. Subban against Rick Nash. Nash is healthy again after missing four games and after being the only Ranger to score on Thursday will try and find the back of the net again against Subban and the Predators.

As tempting as it is to take the Rangers on the moneyline given the decent odds, we still prefer Nashville. The Predators have just been too good at home this season and at -113, the odds are good enough to put some money down.

New York
Buffalo Sabres at Carolina Hurricanes

Buffalo (+128) at Carolina (-141)

Buffalo (+1.5) at Carolina (-1.5)
Total Over/Under

Eight games, Eight points. That’s Jack Eichel’s production this season since returning from injury and anytime the 20-year old steps foot on the ice, you better be tuned in. He’s not getting as much hype as some of the younger players around the league, but he’s quickly injected life into this Sabres team.

Buffalo is now 5-3-2 in their last ten and enjoying a nice two game win streak heading into Saturday’s game with Carolina. The Hurricanes aren’t as fortunate. They’re just 4-3-3 in their last ten, and that third overtime loss came against Washington recently as they continue to struggle to close games.

Key Matchup
Jack Eichel against Cam Ward. Carolina’s goalie has done his best this season behind a weak defense but now faces one of the hottest players in the league on the second night of a back to back. Look out.

Carolina has been strong at home this season with an 8-3-1 record, but now face a much different Sabres team with Eichel healthy. We’ll take the feel-good Sabres getting 1.5 goals on the Spread as the best bet.

Chicago Blackhawks at St. Louis Blues

Chicago (+127) at St. Louis (-140)

Chicago (+1.5) at St. Louis (-1.5)
Total Over/Under
The good games just keep on coming on Saturday Night Hockey. The best in the west head into St. Louis to take on the Blues in what’s turning into a bitter rivalry. Chicago has won three straight, but are still just 8-6-1 on the road this season.

Jonathan Toews gets healthier with each game after a back injury scare and Aretmi Panarin continues to somehow improve. He’s an absolute beast on the powerplay this season with five goals and eight assists and will try to keep that going against the Blues.

The key word there, is try. St. Louis has been almost unbeatable at home this season with just one regulation loss and now a 13-1-3 record in their own barn. Vladimir Tarasenko continues to make the case as one of the best players in the NHL.

He now has ten points in his last five games and is only two back of Connor McDavid for the lead league. He’ll be in front of Jake Allen who has split both his meetings with Chicago this season between the pipes.

Key Matchup
Vladimir Tarasenko and Patrick Kane. Tw of the best forwards in the game work so well with the puck on their sticks, it’s going to be fun to see who comes out on top.

We like the moneyline and the spread in this matchup, but for different teams. St.Louis at home on the moneyline, and Chicago on the spread. It’s going to be a one goal win for the Blues.

St. Louis
Tampa Bay Lightning at Edmonton Oilers

Tampa Bay (+171) at Edmonton (-190)

Tampa Bay (-1.5) at Edmonton (+1.5)
Total Over/Under

The last game of the night pits two struggling teams against each other with both in desperate need of momentum. To be fair to the Oilers, Edmonton is still sitting pretty in the West with a 15-12-5 record and firm hold on a playoff spot, but it hasn’t looked good lately.

The Oil are just 3-4-3 in their last ten games and Cam Talbot has started to look shakey in net. He’s lost three of his last four games but has already played 28 games this season, being a true workhorse for Edmonton.

In Tampa, the wheels have come right off. The Lightning are now just 2-7-1 in their last ten games and coming off a bad loss in Vancouver. They’re still scoring more than they let in, so signs of a turnaround are still possible, but they need Nikita Kucherov back. He’s day to day with an upper body injury.

Key Matchup
Valtteri Filppula against Connor McDavid. With Ondrej Palat and Nikita Kucherov unlikely to play, the burden will fall on Filppula to power the offense. He might be asked to do too much against arguably the best player in the NHL in McDavid.

Edmonton’s odds aren’t good enough on the moneyline to warrant serious consideration, but Tampa winning by a goal is unlikely as well. With Tampa missing two of its best players, why not throw some money on the under and hope it stays close? 온라인카지노

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2016 Daily Fantasy Basketball Preview With Sleepers, Team Breakdowns and More

The 2016-17 NBA preseason is well underway, which naturally means the countdown has officially begun for the return of daily fantasy basketball. DFS NBA gamers actually have the ability to participate in daily fantasy basketball preseason games throughout October, but our energy may be best utilized preparing for another intense (and fun!) daily fantasy basketball regular season.온라인카지노

There is always a lot to consider with each new NBA season, from new rookies to trades to head coaching changes, rosters and the way teams play can change dramatically. You’re always going to want to consider these things, as well as team pace, offensive and defensive rankings and individual position matchups.

The key things to consider each night in DFS NBA are:

  • Player Usage
  • Minutes
  • Pace
  • Offense vs. Defense
  • Individual Matchup
  • Price

In that same breath, you also don’t want to pass up amazing value on any given daily slate just because a guy is going up against a good defense or will be matched up specifically with a good defender. Unless, of course, that defender’s name happens to be Kawhi Leonard. To that, we say “no thanks!”.

A run through all 30 NBA teams is probably a good idea to familiarize yourself with what to expect for the new year. Let’s dive in:

Atlanta Hawks

This is an interesting team with Jeff Teague and Al Horford gone and it remains to be seen how they operate. Schroder takes over full-time at the point, which gives the Hawks a boost offensively but doesn’t necessarily make them better. He will be, however, a fun DFS play when the price is right. Just know that he can be pretty inefficient and is more of a score-first point guard.

How Howard fits into this team is a big question. If he’s at full strength, he could be a huge part of the offense and early on this year be a pretty big steal, depending on how the top DFS sites end up pricing him.

Kyle Korver’s role could also change. He can still shoot lights out and will always be pretty cheap, but he got benched late last year and is another year older. If his play continues to decline, his role could be in doubt.

Paul Millsap is the guy this offense will flow through and he’s probably their only truly “elite” DFS option. He has such a versatile skill-set and can really crush it even when he’s not getting actual buckets. Being a top option and also being able to get his hands in a little bit of everything makes him an amazing value. When he’s under $9k, you need to be all over him.

Dwight Howard and Dennis Schroder will probably start off the daily fantasy basketball season as solid values, but the real guy that could be interesting is Kent Bazemore. Baze turned into a very good two-way wing last year and he’s made a strong case for a much bigger offensive role.

When injuries or rest occurs, you’ll want to target Jarrett Jack and Mike Scott the most. They both can score, while Jack can run the offense and get dimes and Scott can rebound.

Overall, the Hawks move the ball well and generally can put points on the board. After finishing tied for 8th in pace last year, they might be a little quicker with Schroder running the show. Naturally, that makes for a fun DFS target.

Brooklyn Nets

This is obviously not a star-studded team after ripping up their team in recent years and trading away Thaddeus Young last year, but it most certainly could be a fun spot to find DFS NBA value to start the 2016-17 season.

Lin and Booker are the obvious spots to find value, as Lin has been solid as a starter before and now he’ll get to run the show full-time with little to no competition behind him. The same goes for Booker, as he was often a monster off the bench in Washington and Utah and he could be in line for some huge games as the main power forward.

The real sleeper here is Bogdanovic, who has to assume a big scoring role considering he’s by far the best shooter on this team. That should also draw him some tough matchups, but the guy got it done at the Rio Olympics this summer and looks ready to take his NBA game to the next level.

While the Nets offer value, Brook Lopez is their only actual stud. He can easily be a 20 and 10 guy; it just depends on his health and how consistent he can be. When the price is right, you’ll need to jump on him.

Brooklyn’s bench is probably one to avoid when it comes to spot-starts. However, it’s possible Vasquez, Foye and maybe Scola can be of use in the right situation if they end up starting at some point.

The only issue is the Nets aren’t good and they tend to get destroyed fairly often. Perhaps adding some veterans will make them more competitive. Adding Lin and getting Bojan involved more could help their pace, too (tied for 20th last year), but this still is going to be a shaky situation on a daily basis.

Boston Celtics

Boston is a fine young team that runs the floor well, can score the ball and willingly defends. They’re also well-coached and rarely put in bad positions where they can’t succeed. Because of that, they’re a good team to target on pretty much any slate and regardless of matchup.

Individually, Thomas and Horford are going to be their best DFS options. It remains to be determined precisely how Horford fits into this offense, but they did not have a reliable inside presence on either end and now they do. Horford reaching for something like 14 and 8 seems reasonable. Thomas is just a flat out baller who can get 20 and 10 on any given night.

Bradley and Crowder can chip in and be useful daily fantasy basketball options when the situation is right. They need to be a good price and make sense, though, because they’re both incredibly inconsistent.

Amir Johnson can blow up from time to time, but his minutes and production aren’t reliable. You’ll normally want to steer clear of him.

That probably goes for Boston’s bench, although Olynyk and Smart can have nice outings under the right circumstances. Rookie Jaylen Brown’s role will be fun to follow. If he ends up starting, he could provide nice value.

Charlotte Hornets

Charlotte has really turned things around in the past couple of years and their only big losses were Jeremy Lin and Al Jefferson. Jefferson was regressing and Lin can be replaced, though, so they should be fine.

Jefferson does leave behind a shaky center situation, however, one in which you won’t want to dabble in too often. Cody Zeller and Frank Kaminsky don’t appear ready to start full-time, while Roy Hibbert is a walking DFS corpse.

The moneymakers in Charlotte are Walker and Batum. Walker can drop 20 and 10 on anyone at any time and Batum can hit three’s and rack up defensive stats. Depending on their price, they are usually going to be solid targets on most slates. Just keep in mind they’re both pretty erratic, so some really tough outings are to be expected.

MKG is back again from injury, a fact in which is impossible to know if it will keep up. He is a defensive ace and usually cheap, though, so if his jumper is working this year, he could be a fun value to start the year.

Lamb, Sessions, Belinelli and even The Tank are all worthwhile GPP dives if they get spot-starts, as well.

Chicago Bulls

Rondo revived his daily fantasy basketball value in Sac-town last year, so he’s a viable play once we see how he works in this Bulls offense. I’d rather test out Wade over him early on, as Wade can actually shoot and will make free throws. Rondo can’t and won’t.

Butler is the top DFS fiend here, even with the new additions; ESPECIALLY with the new additions. He can do it all and should be the leading scorer more often than not.

I’m not sure what the Bulls will do down low, but they need shooting, so Mirotic probably has to start and play a lot. That makes him a big breakout candidate. Lopez isn’t elite, but he defends, rebounds and can get easy buckets. He didn’t play enough in New York and that should probably change with him now in Chicago.

The Bulls have a pretty deep bench. I don’t trust Jerian Grant at all, though, and expect rookie Denzel Valentine to eventually work a lot as the backup point guard. He is insanely versatile and looks quite NBA-ready.

Dougie Buckets and Taj Gibson can chip in right now and both can be used in GPPs depending on the situation. Bobby Portis probably needs a spot-start to be worth using, but he’s quite talented and is a double-double threat when the minutes are there.

Overall, the Bulls lack shooting, but Fred Hoiberg’s group should be faster and a little more explosive than they were a year ago. Rondo brings over the league’s #1 pace from the Kings, so that should help quite a bit.

Cleveland Cavaliers

It’s business as usual for the Cavs, who are going to give you elite production from their Big 3. You will just need to pick which nights to use Love, Irving and King James.

J.R. Smith isn’t actually officially back with Cleveland but that should change soon. He’ll start and launch his fair share of shots, which helps him be a solid NBA DFS value about half the time you use him.

Tristan Thompson needs to be had at a good price to pay off. No more Timofey Mozgov probably locks him into a pretty big role, but he needs to get a ton of rebounds to make sense most nights.

Cleveland’s bench has thinned out a bit, but Kay Felder is a quick rookie who can really score the ball. Shumpert, Dunleavy and Frye all can shoot, too, so when the Cavs rest guys they could warrant a look.

Dallas Mavericks

Dallas is still going to be a very fun daily fantasy basketball unit. Dirk can still put up points and get boards and is usually pretty cheap, D-Will still has some huge nights and Wes Matthews should be much better after a full year of work following a torn Achilles.

The question marks are the Golden State Warriors cast offs, Barnes and Bogut. Bogut could be a fun cheap play at times in NBA DFS, but he seems to always be hurt and if the Mavs are smart, they’ll limit his minutes. It’s Barnes who could be tons of fun, as his role will increase exponentially compared to what he was used to doing in California most nights.

Generally you’ll want shares of Barnes, Dirk and D-Will when the Mavs play, but all five of these guys get the green light to start the year.

The bench is pretty strong, too, with Barea being able to score the ball, Curry giving them another explosive scorer who can even run the point and Powell being able to play both the four and five. How much these guys play is anyone’s guess, but whenever they get spot-starts they’ll be highly owned commodities.

Denver Nuggets

Denver already experimented with pairing Nurkic and Jokic in the starting lineup and that’d be pretty darn fun. If they don’t continue that, however, Faried could start again. He’s not a reliable scorer and the Nuggets mess with his minutes, but he does rebound and generally produces if he the run is there.

Nurkic could be a beast, so while he’s now just GPP fodder, he’s a name to watch for the Nuggets.

As you can see, this team is super stacked with talent, but outside of maybe the top seven guys, you won’t have much luck figuring out who to use. Mudiay and Gallo are the only sure things, as they’re serious offensive weapons and will see tons of minutes and shots. Mudiay is not a good shooter at all but it doesn’t seem like anyone in Denver really cares.

Harris might be stuck in some type of rotation with rookie Jamal Murray and bench scorer, Will Barton. Basically one of these guys needs to be out of the rotation to trust the others. Wilson Chandler returns from a hip surgery that kept him out last year, but his role is quite unclear.

As a whole, the Nuggets were actually pretty competitive last year and boast tons of upside. They were just 13th in pace a year ago, though, so expect that to climb a bit.

Detroit Pistons

Detroit is one of the slower teams in the league (20th last year) when it comes to pace, and they’re also not always the most efficient. You can still get massive DFS performances out of all of their starters, but most of them tend to be a little erratic.

Of that main group, Reggie Jackson and Andre Drummond are your elite plays, with Drums winning by a landslide. Drummond can be foul prone and is awful from the charity stripe, but few NBA players can do the 20 and 20 like he can.

Jackson is very erratic and not a good shooter, but he can blow up for big games due to a knack for scoring and high assist numbers. You can safely expect something close to his 18.8 and 6.2 of a year ago.

We start to get into trouble when we roll with KCP, Marcus Morris and Tobias Harris. Harris can actually be quite strong most nights, but anticipating anything more than a 15-6-2 line in this crowded lineup is probably wishful thinking. KCP and Morris are going to be cheaper and less reliable, but both can have blow up games. Morris might be the better play due to his rebounding on most nights.

The Pistons don’t have a very deep bench and most of it you want no part of. Smith can score and dish dimes, but he’s a bad shooter and won’t see enough run to be a reliable DFS option most nights. He and Stanley Johnson will need injuries or rest to find a nice starting role. When that happens, they’ll be cheap DFS options worth targeting.

Golden State Warriors

The Warriors should be as good as ever from a team perspective this season, but the addition of Kevin Durant makes it less likely that Curry, Thompson or Durant go nuts on a nightly basis. Instead, this team just gets more spread out and paying up for these guys actually becomes a little dangerous. It will be fun when they hit big, however.

Pachulia may end up being a rotational guy at center, so he’s not nearly as reliable. He’s a defensive force and a double-double waiting to happen, but he broke down last year and has competition behind him.

The rest of Golden State’s bench is deep and balanced, but only Iggy and West really stand out as fun GPP tries in the event they get an enhanced role. The same could be said for Shaun Livingston on the nights Curry gets rested, but the presence of Dray, Klay and KD probably nullify any added value.

Patrick McCaw is actually a very interesting rookie due to his two-way style of play. It’s tough to see him carving out a defined role right away, however.

Overall, we’re still going to want to use the Warriors during the 2016-17 daily fantasy basketball season. They were #2 in pace and #1 in offensive efficiency last year, and with KD added to the mix, well, yikes.

Houston Rockets

Mike D’Antoni takes over an already gifted Rockets offense that certainly will never defend, but should be a lot more fluid and even more potent. The departure of big man Dwight Howard is a catch-22, as it opens the offense up more than ever, but also robs the Rockets of some rebounding and interior defense.

That will give Clint Capela and Nene Hilario something to fight about in a center position that might end up being a rotation all year. Capela has the shot-blocking edge and overall upside, but he needs real run to take him seriously.

Trevor Ariza could get more open looks this year and obviously can get you defensive stats, but extra bodies on offense could mean an overall hit. He was always an erratic option, anyways, so you’ll be playing with fire, regardless.

Eric Gordon is also inconsistent and never seems to stay healthy, but if he’s 100% he could fit in nicely thanks to his top shelf outside jumper and ability to run an offense. He could be an immense value early in the year.

Ryan Anderson finally gets an offense that is going to cater to his strengths, as he’s going to have open three’s for days. He’s also one of the biggest Rockets out there, so he should get some rebounds, as well. He could have a career year…

Except it’s really James Harden’s show, and we knew that already. Harden was already about as elite as it gets, but with the move to point guard full-time and Dwight Howard done clogging his lanes, he could deliver his best numbers yet. Needless to say, he’ll be worth paying up for in daily fantasy basketball leagues.

Beverley, Brewer and Hilario will all be needed off the bench. They all defend and are glue guys. That being said, Bev holds the most value as he can get defensive stats, dimes and open three’s.

Second-year man Sam Dekker isn’t in the rotation yet, but he has a versatile game and D’Antoni could eventually find a spot for him for small ball lineups. He can hit the outside shot and penetrate, so he’s a guy to monitor for a very fast Rockets offense.

Indiana Pacers

Indiana is another team welcoming big changes, as Nate McMillan takes over for the fired Frank Vogel. The idea is for McMillan to piece together a more potent offense. That could be difficult given his teams normally don’t excel offensively, but he certainly has the pieces to try with trades for Jeff Teague and Thaddeus Young giving the Pacers a ton of offensive upside.바카라사이트

This is still Paul George’s show, but the fresh faces do make you wonder if he’ll dominate quite as much as we’re used to seeing. Starting out, we’ll trust him, but hopefully he’s not over-priced right away. Last year he was often a disgusting value and we loved every minute of it.

Monta Ellis does not really fit this team at all, as Teague brings in another guy who loves to handle the rock, make plays and attack the rim. Teague and George both doing that make Ellis the odd guy out. Still, he can score with the best of them and he can run the offense in a pinch, so here’s to hoping it all works out.

Turner could be ready for a breakout season in year two, after showing some serious upside as a scorer and shot-blocker as a rookie. He looks ready to start, but time will tell how much guys like Al Jefferson and Lavoy Allen will eat into his workload. Thaddeus Young’s presence might at least keep Turner from going nuts as much offensively, too.

Indy has a pretty decent bench, with Stuckey and Miles standing out as the biggest GPP tries whenever they get spot-starts. Big Al is probably in full blown regression mode, but anytime he gets a start he’ll be worth a look in daily NBA leagues, as well.

Los Angeles Clippers

CP3, Griffin and DJ continue to be what make the Clippers go, and nothing much has changed in Lob City. If anything, a healthy Griffin makes the Clippers better again and his constant evolution could make him a threat to be even better this year. If he’s under-priced to start the year, you’re going to want to be all over him.

Redick is always a GPP consideration and will continue to start and see around 30 minutes, but he doesn’t do much else other than score. You’ll want to target him at his cheapest and/or when one of the other main starters rests.

The biggest problem in L.A. is their small forward situation. Jeff Green was a failure and moved on to Orlando, but they still don’t have an answer. Moute is not the fix, while Wesley Johnson and Paul Pierce aren’t reliable, either. Maybe they can swing a trade at some point, but right now this position is holding them back and is absolutely one to avoid.

The Clippers lost some good bench guys, but they got some solid ones back by bringing in Felton, Bass and Speights. All three score the ball fairly well and will be worth a GPP flier in the event their roles ever increase.

Los Angeles Lakers

Luke Walton takes over a really bad Lakers team that finally shed the walking corpse of Kobe Bryant and will try to officially rebuild for the future. They already have four amazing building blocks on the roster in Russell, Randle, Clarkson and rookie Brandon Ingram.

Ingram should be held back at first as he gets stronger and adapts to the game, so consider him off limits until he figures things out. The others are all in play for NBA DFS right now, as DLo has ice in his veins, Clarkson can pretty much do it all and Randle is a very gifted, nimble big man.

If the Lakers are smart, all three of these guys play a ton and do their best to carry this team. That should make them fun DFS tries most night, but when they face elite teams you may not want to go Laker heavy.

The addition of guys like Deng and Mozzy are eyebrow raisers, but I suppose a team that is looking to rebuild probably wants some good veteran leadership. Hopefully they offer that, while their roles to start actually do put them on the NBA DFS map. I just don’t necessarily trust them, as they’ve both been erratic contributors for years now.

You can quickly move past Jose Calderon, who is totally done and hopefully doesn’t soak up many minutes for this young team. Lou Williams, Larry Nance and Yi could all offer a little something, though. It just depends on their run and how often they get to prove themselves. Starting out, you can give this bench the big FADE.

Overall, things are looking up for the Lakers, but Walton still needs to figure out how to run this team and this group still has a lot of learning to do. They will still be bad most nights, but it could still lead to some sold DFS goodness from their main three players.

Memphis Grizzlies

Memphis looked to be quickly eroding last year, but they did well to keep Mike Conley in town and then upgraded at small forward by signing Chandler Parsons. Trouble is, they still have a weak starting five, Parsons is a constant injury risk and their bench is still lackluster.

Conley, ZBO, Parsons and Gasol are the only guys you can touch here most nights, but the Memphis offense is slow (tied for 25th in pace last year) and it simply doesn’t produce at a high level (21st in OFF EFF). Of that group, only Conley and Gasol feel truly reliable most nights, but you can pick your spots with all four.

Tony Allen is still a good defender, but he can’t shoot and is aging fast. He shouldn’t see more than 20 minutes per game (keyword shouldn’t) and ultimately is hopefully replaced by someone else in the starting lineup.

Rookie guard Wade Baldwin is versatile and talented, but it’s unclear how much he’ll be used right away. He’s the only guy to get excited about on the Memphis bench, as talented bigs like Green and Wright probably need an injury to be seriously relevant.

Miami Heat

Miami is being hit hard with change this year, as Chris Bosh (blood clots) isn’t coming back and Dwyane Wade (Bulls) is gone. That’s a lot of scoring that needs to be picked up, yet there isn’t a true star remaining on this roster.

Goran Dragic is naturally going to shoot and handle the ball more, which has to boost his DFS stock. Hassan Whiteside should also get more touches down low, but he was a total beast, regardless. These are the two Heat guys to target and feel remotely good about, but the lack of star power and Miami’s generally slow pace (25th last year) can be scary for NBA DFS purposes.

Josh Richardson and Justise Winslow are going to be fun to watch eventually. Winslow can attack the rim and defends very well, while Richardson is already one of the best young shooters in the game. Together they’re a complete player, but they both have flaws and have a lot to learn. They’re GPP fodder, but certainly not yet reliable.

Derrick Williams might not even start. He’ll be splitting time with guys like McRoberts, Johnson, Babbitt and maybe others. The four spot is one to shy away from in Miami, unless something concrete formulates there.

Tyler Johnson and Dion Waiters are nice combo guards that can score and run the offense a bit, which could make them quality GPP options when Dragic sits games out or gets hurt.

Overall, this is still a slow-paced team that now lacks serious star power. Early on, we’d really only target Dragic and Whiteside, if anyone.

Minnesota Timberwolves

Minnesota could be a ton of fun this year. They are obviously stocked full of talent and there is no reason to believe the monster that is KAT will take a step back. He’ll be a fun target on a nightly basis.

As talented as the Wolves are, it’s tough to deny they’re also quite crowded. Ricky Rubio, Zach LaVine and Andrew Wiggins figure to have the leg up with starting roles, but all three can have their bouts with inconsistency and there are two very talented players in Dunn and Muhammad just chomping at the bit behind them.

That could make them tough to read early on in daily fantasy basketball, but Rubio isn’t a tough fade most nights just because he can’t shoot worth a lick. Wiggins is typically safe and due to his ability to defend, new head coach Tom Thibodeau should keep him on the floor all night. Thibs is notorious for running his key players into the ground, too, so minutes for the starters should never be an issue.

The only problem is going to be adjusting on the fly if Dunn or Muhammad earn bigger roles.

The other guy to look at is Dieng, who can rebound and block shots really well, and looks to be a lock for the power forward spot. He seems like a solid bet most nights, as he doesn’t need to rely on scoring to provide a solid impact. Just make sure the price is right.

Overall, Minnesota should see their 19th ranked pace climb a bit and the presence of Thibs should be great news for their efficiency and starter minutes. All of that makes them a fun team to target in NBA DFS.

Milwaukee Bucks

The Milwaukee Bucks were handed a gut punch just a few weeks ago, when they learned star sharpshooter Khris Middleton (hamstring) would miss most (if not all) of the regular season. That loss is massive, as the Bucks already sorely needed shooting and he was by far their top shooter and scorer.

While that’s brutal, that’s only going to add DFS value to guys like Antetokounmpo and Parker. Both guys were heating up in daily fantasy basketball before the end of last year and should see a ton of opportunities this year.

The addition of Delly could balance things out at the point, as he can both defend and hit open shots. He’s a tough guy to trust for daily fantasy basketball, however.

Shooting guard looks to be a disaster in Milwaukee. Rashad Vaughn can score but he’s unproven and Malcolm Brogdon hasn’t yet taken over the position, either. It’s very possible neither of them end up carving out a big role this year. That being said, they’re worth monitoring.

Greg Monroe should get traded, but as long as he’s with the Bucks, he’ll be asked to score a lot off the bench. With Middleton down, he’s at worst Milwaukee’s third best offensive option right now.

Teletovic and Beasley both can fire up shots and score pretty easily, so if they’re asked to do more, they’ll be worth a look. The guy we’ll really want to keep tabs on is talented rookie, Thon Maker, however. He has amazing size, range and versatility and seems to have a limitless ceiling. We’ll see where that gets him during his rookie season.

Milwaukee will hope to improve a sluggish defense and also figure out how to generate offense during the 2016-17 NBA season, but the loss of Middleton is brutal. You can safely play Giannis and Jabari, but anyone else is a risk on a nightly basis.

New Orleans Pelicans

New Orleans endured a brutal year filled with injuries and losses last season, which prompted them to shed two scorers and focus on depth around star big man, Anthony Davis. None of that matters much for The Brow, who (provided he’s healthy) should continue his rise up the ranks as one of the top NBA DFS performers.

Brow’s only real issue is he doesn’t always meet value and leaves games with weak injuries. Just remember that when he burns you by leaving a game in the first quarter after getting an elbow to the chest.

There’s actual bad news for the Pellies to start the 2016-17 NBA season, though, as top point guard Jrue Holiday is away from the team while his wife battles cancer and Tyreke Evans isn’t close to returning from a knee issue.

It’s a good thing the Pelicans spent money on depth and drafted stud Oklahoma scorer, Buddy Hield. Hield could be a fun DFS player right away because of that, while guys like Langston Galloway, Tim Frazier and E’Twaun Moore should chip in for some solid guard play.

Good luck figuring out who will produce most nights, however.

Terrence Jones is another addition to keep an eye on, as he could be a total menace off the bench or eventually start next to Davis if the Pelicans shift him to center. For now, he’s a guy to watch in the event Brow gets hurt.

Overall, this is still all about Anthony Davis, who didn’t get better last year, but still averaged 24 points and 10 boards per game. He’ll be the top guy to target and as the rotation gets clearer, you can take shots on some of the New Orleans guards. It should go without saying that once back in the fold and starting, Evans and Holiday would also be top DFS options.

New York Knicks

The Knicks certainly don’t feel like a “super team”, but it’s tough to deny they got a little bit better during the summer. The trade for Derrick Rose gives them a better point guard, Courtney Lee gives them a solid shooter and Joakim Noah (potentially) helps them on the glass, as well as down low defensively.

Carmelo Anthony is still going to get his shots, so you needn’t worry about him. The ticket will be how Rose fits into this offense and just how much Porzingis can improve in just his second NBA season. While we can’t be sure how it will all mesh together, those three guys are obviously the top Knicks to target in daily fantasy basketball leagues, and it’s not close.

Brandon Jennings is probably the only bench player to keep an eye on here, as Rose has an ongoing legal issue and is constantly dinged up. Jennings will see some real action in NYC this year and could be a great GPP play on more than one occasion.

Justin Holiday could also be interesting, as he can fill it up offensively at times. However, his role is unclear and Courtney Lee could hog a good amount of the minutes at the two spot.

Jeff Hornacek taking over should bring a little more continuity to this team, get them moving faster and also hopefully gets them away from the dreaded Triangle. That’s no guarantee, though, so aside from Rose, Melo and Zinger, we’d play it cool with the Knicks early in the year.

Eye on Opening Night

Now that we’re run through every single team’s top NBA DFS options, their systems and their key bench players, let’s lend an eye to the first regular season daily fantasy basketball action.

The official start of the 2016-17 NBA season hits us on Tuesday, October 23rd, when a light three-game slate enters the NBA DFS stratosphere. On that slate we get battles between the Knicks/Cavs, Jazz/Blazers and Spurs/Warriors.

We don’t know the salaries for this slate yet, as we’re still weeks away, but we can assume the main Golden State stars will be expensive, as will Kawhi Leonard, LaMarcus Aldridge, Pau Gasol, Kyrie Irving, LeBron James, Kevin Love and Damian Lillard.

The value is likely to be found somewhere within the Jazz, Blazers and Knicks. Those are dicey spots to pick your value from, as we’ve already touched on. However, it’s crucial to land at least two elite players from this slate and then make sure your value plays will at least meet value.

One big thing to consider is that Golden State will be stretched out more than they’ve been in the past with Kevin Durant in town. He also should be covered by Kawhi Leonard tightly, which probably allows for either Stephen Curry or Klay Thompson to fire away.

This light three-game slate will be a nice spot to get our feet wet with the new daily fantasy basketball season, but it could also be a trying slate. For more advice closer to the regular season, be sure to keep checking back on our blog.카지노사이트

Jay Cutler and the 7 Most Overpaid NFL Stars

Jay Cutler is once again being destroyed in the media, thanks to an ugly week two Monday Night Football appearance. Cutler tossed a pick, lost a fumble and left with an injured thumb in a game he likely hopes to soon forget.온라인카지노

It’s games like these that bring the critics out from the woodwork, but it’s hard to blame Bears fans or anyone else coming down on Cutler, who is among the highest paid players in the NFL.

When it comes to base salary, Cutler ranks 6th in the league with a whopping $16 million to his name for the 2016 football season. It’s a staggering number, to be sure, but nothing compared to his ridiculous 7-year, $126 million deal that the Bears signed him to. Throw in over $54 million in guaranteed cash for a quarterback with one playoff win to his name, and it’s easy to see why he catches so much heat for bad play.

Cutler isn’t the only overpaid NFL star, of course. To get an idea of who else isn’t exactly earning their keep in pro football these days, let’s break down the top 7 most overpaid NFL players as of 2016:

Kirk Cousins, QB, Washington Redskins ($19.9 million)

Cousins leads the way as the most expensive player in the NFL for 2016 when we just look at base salary. It’s a ton of cash for a guy who has just one year of starting experience under his belt, but the Redskins couldn’t risk letting him get away after banishing Robert Griffin III to the mad seas.

It’s not all bad with Cousins, either. He did put up career numbers in 2016, seemingly grasping head coach Jay Gruden’s system enough to pile on 29 touchdowns and over 4,000 passing yards. Cousins even led the Redskins to an NFC East title and a playoff spot in 2015.

Needless to say, Cousins has done some good and it’s hard to argue against Washington letting him go and then not having a quarterback. That being said, Cousins has always been a very erratic performer and his questionable decision-making has often sparked some eyebrow raising.

Luckily for Washington, this isn’t a horror story. Cousins signed a one-year deal after being hit with the franchise tag, so if he’s not as good in 2016, the team can bid him farewell going into 2017.

Darrelle Revis, CB, New York Jets ($17 million)

If we’re just looking at base salary, would-be shutdown corner Darrelle Revis has to be pointed out. Revis used to be known as “Revis Island” and even won a title with the Patriots, but he hasn’t been truly earning that nickname – nor a hefty paycheck – for years now.

His drop in play slowly started in Tampa Bay and then after he left the Patriots, but as recently as 2016, he’s been downright dreadful. Even being decent wouldn’t be good enough, though, as Revis is being paid as if he’s a top 5 corner and he’s been anything but.

Revis could still turn things around and close out his career as a strong starting corner or even a safety, but at his current price (4th overall in base salary) is just too steep.

Alex Smith, QB, Kansas City Chiefs ($14.1 million)

There is something to be said about a quarterback who can manage (and win) games. Starting quarterbacks who can consistently get the job done are not easy to come by, which is why the bottom half of the league seems to draft new ones on a yearly basis.

Smith does a little more than just get by, but the former #1 overall pick has never come close to being elite or putting up high-end numbers. He’s won some games and made the playoffs a couple of times, but it’s not like the Chiefs are paying top dollar for one of those “all he does is win” players.바카라사이트

Smith still has erratic play, doesn’t have a big arm and often doesn’t come up clutch in huge games. He’s worth having around and deserved a long-term deal, but over $14 million seems a bit rich. That mark has Smith ranking 9th overall in base salary in 2016 – more than guys like Cam Newton, Russell Wilson and even Aaron Rodgers.

Colin Kaepernick, QB, San Francisco 49ers ($11.9 million)

Kaepernick’s situation is even worse. He’s in the media for all the wrong reasons, but he also still has a fat salary despite seeing a woeful regression that got him benched in favor of, um, Blaine Gabbert.

Nope, you read that right. Kaepernick is a regressing talent who isn’t even starting on a bad 49ers team, yet his 2016 base salary comes in a tick higher than (gulp) the aforementioned Aaron Rodgers. That’s just unacceptable.

Matt Kalil, LT, Minnesota Vikings ($11 million)

Kalil is a mixed bag, as left tackles make a ton of cash due to their size, strength, consistency and what they do: protect the quarterback.

Kalil was definitely a stud when he was taken 4th overall out of USC in the 2012 NFL Draft, and for a while there he looked every bit the part of a stud franchise left tackle.

However, Kalil has seen his play dip a bit in recent years, as he’s gone from a borderline elite presence as a rookie to a middling one now. Pro Football Focus detailed some of his struggles and it’s quite arguable he just isn’t worth such a hefty price tag right now.

Kalil has turned his game around to the point where he’s not the weak link on Minnesota’s o-line, but being the 18th most expensive NFL player in 2016 still doesn’t make sense.

Pierre Garcon, WR, Washington Redskins ($7.6 million)

It’s no shock that more than one Redskins player graces our overpaid NFL players list, seeing how owner Dan Snyder is infamous for throwing money at players.

Garcon is no Albert Haynesworth and he’s actually had some good years with Washington, but he’s aged and regressed lately. Paid like a star #1 wide receiver in some regards, Garcon hasn’t been playing at that level over the past two years, failing to top 72 receptions or 800 yards either year and totaling just nine scores.

Garcon hasn’t been total trash, but a pay decrease should be in order. There are certainly worse receivers, but he is far from elite and almost makes as much as guys like Adrian Peterson and Robert Quinn. Worse yet, he makes more than Justin Houston, Vontae Davis and Carson Palmer.

Tramon Williams, CB, Cleveland Browns ($6.2 million)

Williams is a fringe mention, as he’s actually still pretty good at 33 years old. This isn’t an insane amount of money to pay a quality starting cornerback, either. Oh, wait, except he’s no longer a starter.

Instead, the once strong defensive back is playing in the slot more for the Browns, and at 33 offers no upside going forward. The Browns initially added the aging corner thinking they were putting the finishing touches on a competitive defense. Rather, they would probably be a lot better off cutting him loose and starting over across from Joe Haden.

Williams isn’t bad and in the grand scheme isn’t even that expensive, but he still cracks the top 100 most expensive NFL players for 2016 and costs more than guys like Marcell Dareus, Cliff Avril and fellow cornerbacks, Brandon Carr and Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie.

As you can see, Jay Cutler is far from the most overpaid NFL player in the league. That title belongs to Kirk Cousins, with several other names clearly entering the conversation for who truly takes the top spot.

In our humble opinion, that probably comes down to Cutler, Cousins or Kaepernick. Though Kaepernick doesn’t cost nearly as much as the other two, the fact that he isn’t even starting easily has him taking the cake as the NFL’s most overpaid player.카지노사이트

Tyson Fury Makes Huge Bet on Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury

Jake Paul and Tommy Fury are set to fight in New York City on August 6.카지노사이트

Tyson Fury just revealed his latest bet on Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury.
Odds on this upcoming cruiserweight matchup are now available online.

Jake Paul’s return to boxing will take place in less than two months. “The Problem Child” is set to take on Tommy Fury at Madison Square Garden on August 6. This week, heavyweight champion Tyson Fury announced he plans on making a huge bet on Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury.

Tyson is the half-brother of Tommy and clearly feels Fury will get the victory. The oddsmakers seem to agree.

Here’s what you need to know about this upcoming matchup.

Tyson Fury Agrees to Massive Bet on Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury
Jake Paul seems determined to continue his career as a professional boxer. The 25-year-old is now 5-0 in the sport, most recently scoring a knockout win over Tyron Woodley. Jake is officially set to compete against the first real boxer of his career on August 6.

Tommy Fury is no fan of Jake Paul. The 8-0 professional has engaged in a serious war of words with Paul over the past few years. He has the support of his family, including heavyweight champion and pound-for-pound great, Tyson Fury.

It should come as no surprise that Tyson is backing Tommy to earn the victory in August. He took to social media recently, challenging Jake Paul to a $100,000 bet that Tommy would earn the victory. Jake then requested this wager to increase and Fury agreed. The heavyweight king spoke about this bet on Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury via social media this week.

“Hey, Jakey Boy, I hear you want a bet a bigger bet than $100,000,” Fury said. “You want a bigger bet m? You want a million dollars? Let’s do it. Holler at your boy. You want a million, you got it… And hey, Jakey, I want to see this million dollars in escrow, sucker, cause I don’t think you’ve got a million dollars. I ain’t talking about crypto. I’m talking about real U.S. greenbacks m. Real U.S. dollars, no crypto.”

This adds even more intrigue to an already-exciting matchup. There is real bad blood in this upcoming fight and fans around the world are excited to see how things play out.

Breaking Down the Latest Odds on Paul vs. Fury

Neither Jake Paul nor Tommy Fury is likely to win a major world championship in boxing. Both have big followings, though, and their upcoming fight will likely be a major source of revenue for both. More fans are growing interested in making a bet on Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury as the fight draws closer.

BetOnline, one of the top online sports betting sites in the US, is providing some excellent odds on each fighter. Many are surprised to see where these fighters stand in the eyes of the oddsmakers. These odds are offering fans some big opportunities to win big.

Jake Paul is currently listed as the +100 underdog. He is an athletic fighter, yet has never competed against an actual boxer in his career. Questions linger over his ability to fight against a man with actual boxing skills.

Tommy Fury comes into this bout as the -130 favorite. He is undefeated in his career and trains with elite champions on a regular basis. Tommy is the smaller man and will need to use his skills to overcome that disadvantage.

This fight will continue to generate more fan interest as it draws closer. We’ll be sure to provide updates on both fighters involved over the next few weeks.

Best Combat Sports Odds This Weekend: July 1 – 3

Combat sports fans have a look to look forward to this weekend. A huge number of exciting events are slated to take place across several different sports. That includes the UFC’s big event this Saturday which many consider the biggest of the year.바카라사이트

UFC 276 is headlined by a pivotal middleweight title fight between Israel Adesanya and Jared Cannonier. Adesanya (-400) is the champion at 185 pounds and is one of the best strikers in the sport. Cannonier (+300) is a dangerous striker in his own right and seems determined to capture the belt this weekend.

In the co-main event, elite featherweights Alexander Volkanovski and Max Holloway will compete in their third and likely final fight. Volakovski (-200) is a phenomenal striker with powerful wrestling skills. Holloway (+170) is a former champion and will do everything possible to reclaim his world title.

One of the most highly-anticipated bouts on this card takes place between Sean Strickland and Alex Pereira. Strickland (+102) has won his last six fights using primarily his boxing techniques. He will need to be careful against Pereira (-122), one of the world’s best kickboxers.

Tyson Fury seems confident in his bet on Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury. Who do you think wins this upcoming matchup? Let us know in the comments section below!

The stakes have been raised for this summer’s Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury boxing match.

Paul and Tyson Fury, Tommy’s older half-brother and boxing heavyweight champ, have agreed to a $1 million bet on the Aug. 6 bout, which will take place at New York’s Madison Square Garden. The wager was brokered via videos on social media over the weekend.

Originally, Tyson said in an interview that he was so confident in his brother that he would bet $100,000 on him. Paul, the YouTube-star-turned-prizefighter, responded in a video saying he’d accept the bet, but mocked Tyson for putting so little on the line considering Tyson made tens of millions over the few years in fight purses.

Tyson fired back on social media, saying he’d up the ante to $1 million. But he added that he’s not confident Paul actually has that much money. Tyson said he wanted the money to be put in escrow and then given to the winner after the bout.

“I don’t think you’ve got a million dollars,” Tyson said. “And I ain’t talking about crypto. I’m talking about real, U.S. greenbacks.”

In Paul’s response, he said he would contact his lawyer and get the money into escrow “right away.” He poked fun again at the amount Tyson wanted to bet, implying that maybe the older brother doesn’t have as much confidence in Tommy as he claims.

“The heavyweight champion of the world, a million dollars is all you want to bet?” Paul said. “You want to go with some chump change like that, no problem.”

Paul then asked what he should spend the money on if he wins the fight. Paul mentioned a Ferrari SF90 Stradale, a Ferrari 296 GTB or a Richard Mille McLaren watch.

“I’m gonna take your money and spend it on some good s—, though,” Paul said.

Paul, 25, is 5-0 as a pro boxer and is coming off a one-punch knockout of former UFC welterweight champion Tyron Woodley last December. Tommy Fury, 23, is 8-0 as a pro and beat Daniel Bocianski on points in April. Tommy Fury gained celebrity notoriety in the United Kingdom after appearing on the reality show “Love Island.”카지노사이트

These are the Best Casinos in Mexico

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Best Casinos in Mexico: Diamond Casino

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Visit Casino Golden Lion Mexicali

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WPT는 Moneymaker의 인기 있는 “Poker Boom”을 자체적인 폭발 기간으로 활용했습니다. Tour의 대회는 매주 Travel Channel에서 감성적인 디자인으로 진행되었으며 새로운 보스를 위임하고 라이벌을 숙소로 가장하는 멋지고 주제넘은 플레이어로 스타를 만들었습니다.

포커 붐의 높이

붐 기간 동안 WPT의 고위층은 놀라운 클럽 게임 혁신가인 Roger Snow의 도움을 받아 등록했습니다. Four Card Poker, Crazy 4 Poker, 그리고 분명히 Ultimate Texas Holdem, Snow와 같은 유명한 클럽 스테이플 뒤에 있는 대뇌는 WPT 표시 테이블 게임을 만드는 데 이상적이었습니다.

새로운 카지노 테이블 게임 탄생

플레이어는 모든 것을 진행하기 위해 Ante 베팅을 하고 잠시 후에 이해될 두 개의 임의 사이드 베팅과 함께 합니다. 그런 다음 공급업체는 표준 52장 카드 덱을 사용하여 두 장의 오프닝 카드를 플레이어에게 앞면이 보이지 않게 전달하고 두 장의 오프닝 카드는 앞면이 보이도록 합니다.

벤더의 핸드와 대조되는 오프닝 카드의 일반적인 강점을 고려할 때, 당신은 하나 또는 다른 오버랩 또는 레이즈를 요청받을 것입니다. 무너지면 기본적으로 집에 대한 Ante 내기를 즉시 포기합니다. 그럼에도 불구하고 레이즈하려면 Ante 베팅의 여러 배에 해당하는 추가 베팅이 필요합니다.

보석의 에이스 킹처럼 예쁜 홀덤 핸드를 얻었다고 가정해 봅시다. 공급업체는 2개의 4를 보여주지만 작업에 적합한 두 개의 주요 카드를 사용하여 A-K는 기본적으로 판매자의 페어가 떨어질 것으로 예상되는 카드를 얻을 확률이 50/50입니다. 이것은 포커 세계에서 “경주” 또는 “동전 던지기”로 알려져 있으며 일반적으로 플레이어는 이 두 손으로 칩을 가져오는 것을 좋아합니다.

재미있는 카지노 사이드 베팅

감각적인 기본 게임, 전문성과 시스템의 존재, 0.74%에 불과한 아주 작은 집 가장자리 사이에서 이 게임은 진정한 파란색 예술 작품이어야 했습니다. 그러나 2008년 라스베거스 MGM 그랜드에서의 프레젠테이션은 제대로 조정되지 않아 텍사스 홀덤 특유의 마지막 부분에 나타났습니다.

홀덤 챌린지

Moneymaker가 WSOP 골드 완장이라는 직업을 보장받기 8년 전, 손목 밴드를 3번이나 우승한 David Sklansky는 결국 당시 독창적인 아이디어를 만지작거렸습니다.

직업이 보험계리학자인 Sklansky는 1980년대에 클럽 베팅 포지션을 거쳐 확인된 전문가로 전락했습니다. 태양 아래서의 각 게임에 대한 그의 절차서는 그 당시 정독이 필요했고 1995년까지 홀덤 챌린지라는 또 다른 테이블 게임을 육성하는 데 중점을 두었습니다.

IGT와 같은 조직이 부름을 받기까지 거의 10년이 걸렸습니다. 포커의 가장 눈에 띄는 무대에서 Moneymaker가 주목할만한 승리를 거둔 것에 힘입어 설득된 것 같습니다. 안전한카지노사이트

트리플 액션 홀덤

그것은 제작자 Al Ethier의 2009년 배달이 데크를 거의 중간으로 자르는 짜증나는 선택에 정착했기 때문입니다. 상황에서 2s, 3s, 4s, 5s, 6s 및 7s를 제거함으로써 Triple Action Holdem은 8, 9, 10, Jacks, Queens, Kings 및 Aces를 주요 목적으로 하는 이상한 28장 카드 덱을 활용합니다.

아시아의 영향을 받은 “Short Deck Holdem” 변형(2~5초)을 제외하고 Triple Action Holdem은 의심스럽게도 텍사스의 이름을 딴 것처럼 보입니다.

이 게임은 Moneymaker의 최첨단 승리가 있었던 Downtown Las Vegas의 Binion’s 클럽에 등장했지만 그 지점에서 즉시 실패했습니다. 오프닝 덱이 없으면 홀덤이 홀덤이 아니라는 사실을 인식한 대부분의 플레이어는 트리플 액션 구성을 한 번도 확인하지 않았습니다.

미니 텍스 3 카드 홀덤

바로 그 해에 Raymond와 Amanda Smith는 Mini Tex 3 카드 홀덤 게임을 출시했습니다.

홀덤 플레이어와 함께 모범적인 Three Card Poker 열광자를 끌어들이기를 기대하고, 이 쌍은 3카드 핸드가 가장 좋다는 아이디어에 합의했습니다.

불행히도 쓰리 카드 로얄스를 추구해야 하는 사람은 쓰리 카드 포커 테이블에 남아 있는 반면 진정한 포커 플레이어는 3.22%의 하우스 에지를 추구하지 않을 것입니다.

리버보트 홀덤 포커

2005년경 인디애나에서 처음 등장한 Riverboat Holdem Poker 게임은 지금은 오래된 River Gaming Concepts LLC가 보낸 흥미로운 사례입니다.

한 가지 관점에서 볼 때 홀덤 게임 플레이의 신뢰할 수 있는 복제는 구덩이를 만지작거리는 포커 개인에게 이상적이었습니다.

그러나 공급업체의 손과 이어지는 지불금과 연결되는 “능력” 규칙의 믿을 수 없을 정도로 혼란스러운 배열로 인해 대부분의 플레이어는 고개를 떨궜습니다.

판매자가 무엇을 가지고 있고 그들이 당신에게 빚진 것을 정리하는 데 잠시 시간이 필요한 시점에서 대부분의 투기꾼은 기본적으로 멍하니 앉아 있는 데 집중할 기회, 끈기 또는 능력이 없습니다. 온라인카지노