By Brad Harlow After a pandemic and an unprecedented year of growth for the UFC, we have the best card of the year coming up with UFC 266 on Saturday September 25th 2021 at 10 p.m. EDT . With two title fights and the return of Nick Diaz in a 5-round bout, this is primed to be an amazing night of fights that hasn’t been seen since before the pandemic. First off we have a fight in the women’s flyweight
By Shawn Dennis The start of the 2021 NBA Free Agency had lived up to expectations as people who follow transactions, trades, and signings knew that this was going to be a busy offseason. Although it hasn’t exactly come to a close yet, most of the big name free agents have come off the board and have signed to their desired locations. With that being said, let’s get right into it. Here are the three winners, three losers, and some
By Shawn Dennis After waiting five-years for the games to begin, the 2020 Tokyo Olympics have come to an end. It was extremely strange to see the majority of the Games be mostly isolated from the viewership of fans as the surge of COVID-19 and the strains that have followed prevented any encounters between fans and athletes to occur. The United States dominated the medal counts as they received a whopping one-third of the total medals, topping the leaderboard, closely
By Shawn Dennis This upcoming Monday, August 2nd, the NBA will transform once again as Free Agency begins. Although the list of All-Star type caliber players is short, this Free Agency has plenty of guys that can bring a contending team to the next level or can fill a much needed hole in a roster. We’ve already seen early transactions made by the two biggest rivals in the NBA, the Boston Celtics and the Los Angeles Lakers. LA now is
By Shawn Dennis The most anticipated day in the NBA off-season has arrived. This year, however, things seem to be much different than usual and for once, it has nothing to do with COVID altering or preventing something from occurring. Fans and analysts alike are anticipating this year’s NBA Draft to have the most trades leading up to and during the Draft than ever before. Whether all of this is simply speculation or the hype turns out to be real,
Gambling Guinea’s MLB Slate- 6/27: It’s been a light week thus far as I needed a few days to regroup. Featured today will be a 2 play slate to wrap the last full week of the month of June. As the All Star break rapidly approaches, it’s about to get down to the nitty gritty. Padres RL -1.5 -118 (DK): Several times last week, you may have noticed the trend of betting against the Arizona Diamondbacks, especially on the road.
Gambling Guinea’s MLB Slate- 6/22: An absolute hatchet job from the Braves Mets play leaves JohnnyVTV gulping Listerine by the gallon after the Mets scored on a wild pitch with 2 outs on Monday to get the bad taste out of his mouth, which was followed by a Pete Alonso ground out that would have ended the inning with a total of 0 runs, making it another victory. Regardless, Houston did their part to bring yesterday to a 1-1 total.
By Shawn Dennis The Philadelphia 76ers were eliminated by the Atlanta Hawks on Sunday Night’s Game 7 of the Eastern Conference Semifinals. With this loss, head coach Doc Rivers has tied the record for most consecutive Game 7 losses in NBA history with four. It’s no question that this season was the best that Philly’s had in recent history. Finishing the regular season top in the East with a 49-23 record, having two players make the All-Star team (although getting
Gambling Guinea’s MLB Slate- 6/21: Laid low this weekend. Still enjoyed a strong 6-3 total last week, so we will be continuing to scout for the best daily plays the MLB has to offer. Onward! Braves+Mets F1 U0.5 Runs -136 (DK): Guess what day it is?!? DeGrom day! Hopefully, bettors capitalized on one of the best bets in baseball last week when Degrom took the mound. Taking advantage of one of the highest percentage plays is on the menu once