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June 2013

Sports-Watch Sports Betting Line Moves for Friday and Top Trends for the Weekend

June 28, 2013

The final weekend in June starts with a busy Friday on the baseball diamond. Besides the four games we have listed below, the Rockies, Tigers and Angels are all sinking favorites, while the Dodgers are like the temperatures out west, flaming hot and being bet up. We also cover CFL and WNBA for those who [...]

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Sports-Watch Sports Betting Line Moves for June 27

June 27, 2013

In Thursday afternoon baseball action, Texas was a burgeoning favorite of more than 10 cents at Yankee Stadium, while Washington was losing 15 cents on the money line with Stephen Strasburg taking on unbeaten Patrick Corbin of Arizona. Today is also opening day in the Canadien Football League and the numbers are shifting around on [...]

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College Football – Why Alabama Will Not Win the National Championship

June 27, 2013

The Alabama Crimson Tide according to many early sources is heavily favored to win another national champion in football. And why shouldn’t they be, they have the best college football coach ever in Nick Saban (throw out the Dolphins sabbatical), who made championship programs out of LSU and Bama in the last decade with four [...]

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Sports-Watch Sports Betting Line Moves for Wednesday

June 26, 2013

In afternoon action, after losing two straight, Toronto was switched from -115 to +100 at Tampa Bay. How quickly things change, two years ago, Tim Lincecum might have been a +110 to +120 underdog at Dodger Stadium against Clayton Kershaw, now he’s up to +165. Please take the time to read over the latest Line [...]

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2013 NBA Draft

June 26, 2013

Besides the NFL Draft, this is the second most popular selection process among the major sports because fans of the sport of basketball watch the college game and the NBA and can speculate what players may or may not be a good fit. Compared to the NFL, almost every year the scouts, coaches and draft [...]

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Sports-Watch Sports Betting Line Moves for Tuesday

June 25, 2013

Congrats are in order for the Chicago Blackhawks, Stanley Cup champions for the second time in four seasons. On the topic of Chicago, the pitching matchup of the White Sox Chris Sale and the Mets young stud Zack Wheeler has sent the total skidding downward from 7.5 to 7. Please take the time to read [...]

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Baseball Betting – Strong System in the Bronx

June 25, 2013

It is a unique and proud day for Japanese-American baseball fans, as for just the 11th time in major league baseball history, two Japanese-born starting pitchers will go head to head. Though this is certainly a rare occurrence, it is the second time Yu Darvish of Texas will take on Hiroki Kuroda of the Yankees. [...]

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Betting Baseball – Traveling Affects Teams Differently

June 25, 2013

For many of us who travel cross-country or even further destinations from time to time, going through time zones east-to-west or vice versa can throw off a person’s body clock. Flying from the Pacific side of the USA will take away three hours off the first day, forcing a mental and physical adjustment. The reverse [...]

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Betting College Football – 2013 Big 12 Conference Football Preview

June 24, 2013

By Marc Lawrence of Playbook.com These days it’s all about the money, honey. And with it, at its 2013 spring meeting, the Big 12 Conference announced that is will distribute a record amount of revenue – $198 million – to each of its ten members. In what amounts to a $22 million payday for eight [...]

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2013 Stanley Cup Finals – Game 6 – Can Boston Force Another Contest?

June 24, 2013

The Boston Bruins did not play badly in the first two periods in Chicago Saturday night. They did not play great either and lacked the sense of urgency needed with win a Stanley Cup in trailing 2-0. For the third period, they came out hot enough to melt ice and cut the lead in half, [...]

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