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2016 UEFA Round of 16 Predictions and Odds

2016 UEFA Round of 16 Predictions and OddsTomorrow starts the Round of 16 of the EUFA Euro Cup and for those who have not noticed, the bracket is definitively one sided as we have England, Germany, Spain and France on one side and the rest on the other side.

What does this mean?  It means that we will be seeing some of the strongest teams exiting early while at the same time seeing some teams that have never won a title make it to the finals.

Of course, some sports handicapping experts believe that with this roster, Belgium should be on the other side as they believe that this year Belgium has one of the best team in Europe and has won back-to-back games at the Euro for the first time ever.

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CRSportsBet.ag Adds Bitcoin and Ria to Its Banking Methods

CRSportsBet.ag Adds Bitcoin and Ria to Its Banking MethodsSan Jose, Costa Rica –CRSportsBet.ag, an online gambling and entertainment company based out of San Jose, Costa Rica announced today that it now offers Bitcoin and Ria Money Transfer as a banking method for all of its sports betting and gambling services.

Bitcoin was created in 2009 as a form of digital currency that can be exchanged through electronic devices like a smart phone and is used by over 100,000 businesses globally with well over a quarter and a half million Bitcoin transactions daily.

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Oklahoma vs. Villanova Final Four Betting Preview

Oklahoma vs. Villanova Final Four PreviewThis weekend, College basketball fans will be glued to their TV or at their favorite watering hole for the Final Four Weekend!  The first matchup will be a battle of the no. 2 seeded teams as Oklahoma takes on Villanova at 6:09PM ET on TBS.

The second matchup will take place between the no. 1 Seeded team, North Carolina and the No. 10 seeded team Syracuse at 8:49PM ET on TBS.

According to the polls and sports betting experts, the North Carolina Tar Heels are the favorite team to win the whole tournament but since this is March Madness, anything is possible.

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2016 Belmont Stakes Betting Preview

2016 Belmont Stakes Betting PreviewThis Saturday horse racing enthusiasts will get to see whether Exaggerator, the winner of the 2016 Preakness Stakes will be able to win the 2016 Belmont Stakes at 5:32PM CDT.  The draw for the post positions was held this past Wednesday by the New York Racing Association and Exaggerator will break from Gate 11 as the favorite to win the last race of the Triple Crown.

This year, there will be no Triple Crown Winner as the Nyquist, the winner of the Kentucky Derby finished second during the Preakness Stakes behind Exaggerator and will not be running in the Belmont due to an high white-cell count in his blood after the Preakness.

For those who are thinking about placing a bet on the Belmont Stakes at their favorite online sportsbook, you should consider Stradivari as a possible option to win or to place with a 501 odds to win according to BetOnline.ag.

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2016 March Madness Predictions

2016 March Madness PredictionsSelection Sunday has come and gone and now everyone knows which team will head against each other in the first round of the tournament.  Some teams that have shown up on the roster were a given but others managed to squeeze in the tournament and basketball betting fans are eagerly waiting to see which team will have a Cinderella story.

Some sports handicapping expert believe that they would not be surprised from a historical perspective that any team from the Big 12 will make the Final Four and that at least three teams that are in the 12th seed will get at last one upset this year.

Kentucky will definitively make it pass round 1 and round 2 but then again, so will North Carolina so the big question is who will come out on top when they face each other in the Sweet 16.

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Curry Wins NBA MVP Again

Curry Wins NBA MVP AgainOnce again Stephen Curry of the Golden State Warriors is in the news and this time it is because he has officially earned his second consecutive Most Valuable Player awards in a row from the NBA.  The award is to be announced officially later this week and Curry fans can’t wait for it.

During the 2014-2015 NBA season, Curry blew the competition out of the water including a three-point league record but during the 2015-2016 season, he outdid himself breaking that record with a huge 402 treys.

In addition, he has led the league for overall scoring averaging 30 points per game and also having an average of 7 assists and over 5 rebounds per game.  Needless to say these records are not paled by him shooting 50% overall, 45% from the three point line and 91% from the free throw line.

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2016 UEFA Champions League Round of 16

Soccer Betting – UEFA Champions League Round of 16We are halfway through the first leg of the Round of 16 in the UEFA Champions League, with all of the favorites emerging victorious last week. Real Madrid bested Roma 2-0 in the only game decided by more than one goal. Paris SG, Benfica, and Wolfsburg were the other victors, with those four clubs now having a better chance of advancing heading into the second leg, which takes place the second week of March.

There are four more first-leg matches, with two games being played on Tuesday, February 23rd and two more the following day on Wednesday, February 24th. The two teams pegged by online sportsbooks to win it all are both in action Tuesday.

Barcelona is a +200 favorite to win it all, and they are a big -165 choice to beat Arsenal, who is returning a hefty 4:1 payout with a big upset. Even a draw would be a surprise, returning a 3:1 payday, and combined with an over/under of 3 goals, the online sportsbooks are looking for the tournament favorite to win this one in convincing fashion.

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The LA Lakers Looking for a New Head Coach

The LA Lakers Looking for a New Head CoachOnce again the Los Angeles Lakers are in need of a new head coach after Byron Scott was fired after the team decided to not exercise the option to keep him on for the 2017-16 NBA season.

Last Sunday, the official announcement was made by Mitch Kupchak, the General Managers of the Lakers that he would not be back as the head coach and thanking him for his work with the team.

For those who remember, two years ago Scott was hired to manage the final years of Kobe Bryant with the Lakers.  Even Scott did well handling Kobe, he had been criticized for not working enough with the new talent the team brought in.

The Lakers have not made the playoffs for the last three seasons despite being once one of the top NBA franchise.

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