Are the Bengals, 12-4 and AFC North champions last season, set up to take a fall in the division?
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With the Aug. 1 trade deadline approaching, All-Star reliever Andrew Miller is the Yankees’ most valuable commodity. The Cubs and Giants will be interested.
By announcing his plans to leave Oklahoma City for Golden State via free agency, Kevin Durant shook up the odds board. The Westgate posted the Warriors as 2-3 favorites (minus-150) to win the 2017 championship.
Jimmy Vaccaro spoke, and people listened. Sports betting on a national level was a major topic of discussion at a recent American Gaming Association conference in Washington, D.C.
Of the 40 drivers starting Saturday night’s Coke Zero 400 at Daytona’s massive 2.5-mile layout, 35 have a legitimate shot to win because of the volatile nature of the track and cars being so equal.
Micah Roberts, a former Las Vegas sports book director who has been setting NASCAR odds since 1994, analyzes the field for Saturday’s Sprint Cup Coke Zero 400 at Daytona International Speedway in Daytona Beach, Florida.
Betting on football north of the border? Here’s a team-by-team Canadian Football League breakdown by handicapper Ian Cameron.
NFL training camps will open soon. But football betting already is here. North of the border, it’s the second week of the Canadian Football League season.
The beauty of betting on horse racing is that your learning curve never ends. There are always new things to absorb in this ever-changing game.
Gambling analysts say DraftKings, the industry’s second largest company, has struggled to break into Great Britain’s well established sports betting industry since it launched to fanfare in February.
Westgate sports book director Jay Kornegay announced the SuperContest — the nation’s most prestigious NFL handicapping contest— will shift from 100 payback to an 8 percent takeout this year. The change was overdue.
Micah Roberts, a former Las Vegas sports book director who has been setting NASCAR odds since 1994, analyzes the field for Sunday’s Sprint Cup Toyota/Save Mart 350 at Sonoma Raceway.
The road courses are all about the driver — who can enter and exit the turns fastest. AJ Allmendinger might be NASCAR’s best now that Jeff Gordon, Marcos Ambrose and Juan Pablo Montoya are gone.
USFantasy, owned by Vic Salerno, won unanimous approval from the Nevada Gaming Commission to bring back fantasy sports to the state just in time for football season.
It’s the handicap horses that in past years were the sport’s major heroes. Horses such as Kelso, Forego and John Henry were geldings that returned year after year in Grade 1 races and in doing so built a loyal following.
State gaming regulators gave approval Thursday to a proposal from long-time gaming veteran Vic Salerno that is expected to lead to the return of daily fantasy sports betting in Nevada as early as August.
NHL commissioner Gary Bettman is gambling on Las Vegas, finally signing off on the deal to put the first major league franchise on the Strip. The specter of dealing with legal sports wagering no longer seems to be a problem.
The Cubs, who lead the majors with a 47-21 record and a plus-170 run differential, are so popular with the betting public that Las Vegas bookmakers are forced to root against them.
A week ago, it was only a matter of time until Golden State was crowned as a repeat NBA champion. But LeBron James flipped the script for Cleveland.
Westgate oddsmakers set props for the Cavaliers’ LeBron James at 32.5 points and 20 total rebounds and assists in Game 7.
The Golden State Warriors are 5-point favorites over the Cleveland Cavaliers and the total is 206½ in Sunday’s Game 7. Las Vegas Review-Journal staff members, other media, oddsmakers and professional handicappers give their predictions.