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June 2014

Jason Kidd to Milwaukee – New Owners Make First Mistake

June 30, 2014

The Bucks change in coaching is a mark that shows the new ownership group wants to go in a different direction and place their stamp on it. The problem is they choose the wrong guy. Jason Kidd has always been a “what about me” guy wherever he has been. All his different stops in the NBA [...]

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Today’s Betting Tips

June 30, 2014

By Doug Upstone We have a number of big favorites today at over 80% on the MLB in betting tips . In order they are the Royals, Nationals, Angels and Reds. This evening’s Top Dog is Tampa Bay with over 60% support. We have a couple of 90+ percent plays on totals. The Nationals are [...]

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6/30 Pitching Report for MLB Bettors

June 30, 2014

By Ross Benjamin Our MLB betting odds guru provides his daily MLB pitching report, and focuses in on three specific games for today. Read this article to find out who holds the advantage with their starting pitcher in these 3 contests. Tampa Bay Rays (Archer) vs. New York Yankees (Phelps) 7:05 PM ET The Rays starter Chris [...]

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Sports Watch Monitor Line Moves, Top Trends and Free Picks for June 30

June 30, 2014

For Monday, of the major line moves, seven of the eight teams are from the American League. Like we say every day, understanding line moves can build your bankroll. (22-12 L9D) MLB – (957) TEXAS at (958) BALTIMORE  7:05 E  FSSW, MASN Ubaldo Jimenez (2-8, 4.70 ERA) has a bad combination going. He has not [...]

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Sports Watch Monitor Line Moves, Top Trends and Free Picks for Friday

June 27, 2014

A big weekend of baseball ahead and we start if off with all the biggest line moves on the Friday night docket. Like we say every day, understanding line moves can build your bankroll. (18-12 L8D) MLB – (913) CINCINNATI at (914) SAN FRANCISCO  10:15 E  FSO, CSN-BA For long time bettors who used to [...]

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Sports Watch Monitor Line Moves, Top Trends and Free Picks for June 26

June 26, 2014

Both afternoon affairs have seen line moves, but we focus our attention on the evening action in MLB, WNBA and CFL play. Like we say every day, understanding line moves can build your bankroll. (15-10 L7D) MLB – (953) N.Y. METS at (954) PITTSBURGH  7:05 E  SNY, ROOT-P At the beginning of the season, Daisuke [...]

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Sports Watch Monitor Line Moves, Top Trends and Free Picks for Wednesday

June 25, 2014

Four afternoon games on the MLB Wednesday board and San Francisco has taken the biggest plunge in falling 20 cents as favorites, having lost 11 of 14. Here are four other line moves tonight to ponder. Like we say every day, understanding line moves can build your bankroll. (12-9 L6D) MLB – (907) CINCINNATI at [...]

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Sports Watch Monitor Line Moves, Top Trends and Free Picks

June 24, 2014

Back to a full slate of baseball today and sports bettors have taken a particular interest to three of the interleague conflicts and made significant line moves. Here is the complete rundown of what we have for Tuesday. Like we say every day, understanding line moves can build your bankroll. MLB – (959) SAN DIEGO [...]

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Sports Watch Monitor Line Moves, Top Trends and Free Picks

June 23, 2014

A shorter slate has left no fewer opinions from those betting baseball. In addition to the four game reviews, the Reds and Cubs total has really jumped (7 to 8.5) with the wind expected to be blowing out tonight. Like we say every day, understanding line moves can build your bankroll. (9-5 L4D) MLB – [...]

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Sports Watch Monitor Line Moves, Top Trends and Free Picks

June 20, 2014

A pitching change has made Cleveland a larger favorite today and in spite of the pitching matchup between Hisashi Iwakuma and James Shields, the total is rising in Kansas City. Here is a look at four MLB contests with line moves and why they could be on the move. Like we say every day, understanding [...]

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