Archive:

April 2008

Avery Johnson disowned in Dallas

April 30, 2008

I saw where Gregg Doyel of CBSSportsline.com called Mark Cuban insane for firing Avery Johnson as the coach of his team. You can read it for yourself, but I support Cuban’s decision whole-heartedly. Doyel states, “Johnson didn’t go from coaching savant to idiot overnight.” What? Johnson a coaching savant? If you took poll of NBA [...]

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Weekend Observations

April 27, 2008

Went to California and Arizona State college baseball game this past Friday night. Both teams came in rated in the top seven in polls. The Sun Devils are noted this season for ability to hit and they did just that in piling up 11 runs. About eight MLB scouts by my count, were at the [...]

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Winning Big Money on NFL Draft

April 26, 2008

All right, maybe not BIG money, but at least got your attention to read on and who knows, maybe you can cash in. Imagine talking to your friends on Monday and telling them you picked up a few hundred dollars or even more betting on the NFL Draft! My assignment was to study all the [...]

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If I Were the Coach of NBA Playoff team …….

April 24, 2008

Three more NBA Playoff games are on the agenda for Friday night, each have a circumstance for the home team. Just like the head coach of these NBA teams, professional basketball bettors have to decide the best course of action to take knowing what they have seen or what they believe. Here is a look [...]

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Looking Ahead at NFL Schedule

April 24, 2008

You have to hand to the NFL, two and a half months after the last meaningful football game was played and more than three months before training camps open, they have managed to be the most talked about sport on the day they released their schedule for the 2008 season. This dominated the conversation on [...]

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Matchups

April 23, 2008
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Greg Maddux – Go Figure

April 19, 2008

Sometimes sports makes absolutely no sense. Gregg Maddux is a first ballot Hall of Famer five years after he retires, no question. He’s among the smartest pitcher in this or any era, as he never had a Randy Johnson fastball, or a knee buckling curve. Maddux has expertly been able to spot the ball where [...]

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Saturday Betting Notes

April 19, 2008

Last night went 3-2 in bases, with winners on St. Louis, Arizona and Tex/Bos.-Over. Kansas City and the Dodgers were losers. Can’t complain, being fifth in MLB at FSM. Stepped out on Arizona, playing them at -167 money line. Normally don’t play favorites above -150, especially in April; however the Snakes were in a system [...]

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NBA Playoffs –Key Saturday Game One Info

April 18, 2008

The first day of the NBA playoffs will have a Western flavor, with three of the contests involving squads from the Western Conference. The one series figuring to be an attention grabber for fans and basketball bettors alike is Phoenix and San Antonio. The Suns loss to the Spurs in the West finals left a [...]

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Miguel Tejada comes of age

April 17, 2008

Don’t you just love Miguel Tejada. For starters Baltimore moves him to Houston to remove the 14, 811, 414.00 salary he has coming in 2008. (Those two commas mean millions) He’s being investigated by the Justice Department for steroid use and might be brought in at some point to testify. Now the latest news, for [...]

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