Sports

Basketball Star Slot Feeds Gamers’ Thirst As NBA Finals Hot Up  

By Dan DiLoreto | May 28, 2019

With the NBA finals reaching their conclusion, basketball is topping the agendas of most sports fans right now. That’s why some will be turning to the delights of Basketball Star Slot, the fourth in a series of sports themed games from Microgaming that follows similar video slots inspired by cricket, soccer and rugby. Featuring 243…

Airsoft Equipment Information – What You Need To Know

By Dan DiLoreto | April 7, 2019

Since the 1970s people have been having great fun shooting each other in teams with replica guns that use soft bullets (click here for the history). However, although the terms often get used interchangeably do not confuse airsoft guns and bullets with BB guns. Both propel the projectile by using air, but one uses a…

4 Steps to Getting Into Golf

By Dan DiLoreto | April 5, 2019

There are some sports that you can only play during certain periods of your life. There aren’t, for instance, too many sixty-year-olds pulling the old uniform and heading outside for an intense game of football. But then there are the sports that you can play, more or less, at any age, like golf. Once you’ve…

Where To Have Your First Ever Game Of Golf

By Dan DiLoreto | April 3, 2019

There is little denying that golf is a game that has become exceptionally popular in the UK. The Ryder Cup has only heightened this, creating a real feelgood attitude towards the sport all across Europe. Has it caused you to want to get involved? If you enjoy this sport or are looking to experience it…

March Madness Results in Crazy Betting Schemes that Actually Pay Off…If You’re Lucky

By Dan DiLoreto | March 27, 2019

The greatest time of the year is upon us. March Madness is here! The NCAA tournament is one of the most anticipated events of the calendar year. Pitting 64 teams against each other in an winner take all bracket is the ultimate excitement for any sports fan. In addition to the excitement of March Madness,…

Six tips for getting the most out of exercising in spring 

By Dan DiLoreto | March 24, 2019

We all know that winter can be awesome thanks to Christmas, Santa Claus and snowball fights. However, after a while, all that darkness and cold can leave you yearning for the onset of warmer months. One of the best seasons of the year for many is spring – while not as blisteringly hot as actual…

A Guide to St. Patrick’s Thursday

By Dan DiLoreto | March 7, 2019

Day number three of the Cheltenham Festival sees the spectators go green and down plenty of Guinness to celebrate St. Patrick’s Thursday. After seeing the big races of the previous two days, namely the Queen Mother Champion Chase and the Cheltenham Champion Hurdle 2019, the third day sees the Stayers’ Hurdle as the main race…

Will Buveur D’Air triumph in the Champion Hurdle again?

By Dan DiLoreto | March 5, 2019

Cheltenham Festival is only days away, with the final preparations all but complete. With a number of the favorites ruled out to injury, namely Penhill in the Stayers’ Hurdle and Le Richeburg in the Arkle, one favorite looking to be victorious is Buveur D’Air. Hoping to make it a hat-trick of wins in the Champion…

Getting Saddle Pads for Dressage Right

By Dan DiLoreto | February 27, 2019

Modern dressage may have originated from military maneuvers, but things have changed significantly since the first riding school was founded in 1532, and even since the development of competitive dressage culminated in dressage being included in the 1912 Stockholm Olympic games https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Classical_dressage. People unfamiliar with the sport may think of it as a horse riders’…

The Ultimate Guide to First-Time Bets at the Melbourne Cup

By Dan DiLoreto | February 18, 2019

Whether you’ve recently moved to Australia, are just visiting or have lived here your whole life without really paying much attention to horse racing, you will most likely have at least heard of the Melbourne Cup. Known locally as the race that stops the nation, this horse race is one of the biggest sporting events…

This Week In The NBA

By Dan DiLoreto | January 23, 2019

What’s been going on this week in the NBA? Let’s take a look. James Harden Becomes A Joint Record Holder James Harden of the Rockets, become only the second NBA player in history to score more than 30 points in 20 games in a row. He joins Wilt Chamberlain as part of that distinguished group…

The Cheltenham Gold Cup

By Dan DiLoreto | January 3, 2019

On the fourth and final day of the Cheltenham Festival, the race that everyone has been waiting for is held. The Cheltenham Gold Cup is known as the most prestigious race in the National Hunt calendar. The significance of this race has grown over the years and 2019 looks set to be the closest contest…

Biggest shocks from Cheltenham week

By Dan DiLoreto | December 29, 2018

Cheltenham Festival has provided a number of shocks and upsets over the years, with many more likely ahead of the prestigious event in March 2019.  The four-day festival will see the best horses in the business flock to the South West with the hope of tasting success and creating history along the way.  Owners and…

How Social Media Affects Sports in Present Times

By Dan DiLoreto | December 26, 2018

Social media services are permeating every aspect of our lives and becoming an increasingly bigger part of daily reality. Sports have not managed to escape their influence either, so today we can see that the two are interconnected in numerous ways. The detailed infographic below by BettingSites shows that sports are one of the main topics…

A Beginners Guide To Betting On Basketball

By Dan DiLoreto | December 21, 2018

Sports betting is a great way to potentially earn a little bit of money when you’re watching the game. It also makes the experience more fun because it raises the stakes a bit. The laws around sports betting are changing and it’s becoming legal in a lot more states so you could get into it…