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Online NFL Betting Prepares for 1st NFC Wild Card Matchup

NFC Wild Card Round Betting Flacons vs Rams - Saturday, January 16th As we dive deeper into the New Year, online NFL betting players can prepare to bet on the 2018 playoffs. First up is the Wild Card round to be held this upcoming weekend. With games on both Saturday and Sunday, sportsbook players will have no problem getting their fix. With that in mind, players can prepare to maximize their action on this Saturday’s NFC Wild Card matchup – the first game of the 2018 NFL playoffs.

After Rio, K. Durant will play even better next season

Kevin Durant next seasonGolden State Warriors basketball betting fans have a two-fold reason to be happy; not only are they getting Kevin Durant next season, but it will also be an improved Kevin Durant – or at the very least he will not play any worse than he did last season, which is nothing to scoff at, either. And the same goes for Jimmy Butler, Kyrie Irving, Klay Thompson, Draymond Green, Carmelo Anthony, and the rest of the 2016 United States men's national basketball team (currently performing in the Rio Olympics). Well, if they are lucky to be among the 65% who play better in the NBA season following the Olympic Games or a FIBA World Cup, that is.

LeBron James ticks off box on Michael Jordan Checklist

LeBron James ticks off box on Michael Jordan checklistIt’s a win/win scenario; the Cavs retain James as well as their basketball betting second favorite status, and LeBron gets to check off an item in his ‘chasing Michael Jordan’ list. Or to put less esoterically, the NBA Finals MVP has agreed to a three-year, $100 million deal with the Cleveland Cavaliers. James will enter the 2016-17 season as the highest paid player in the league for the first time in his career with a salary of about $31,000,000 – $6 million more than Kobe Bryant made in 2015-2016, give or take. But LeBron doesn’t want Kobe money; he wants MJ money.

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