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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…

LISTEN: Jim Donovan Calls Jabrill Peppers’ Game-Clinching Sack of Case Keenum

By Dan DiLoreto | December 20, 2018

Last weekend, the Cleveland Browns went into Denver and came away with a 17-16 victory. For a team that went 1-31 over the previous two seasons, any win is huge. But to win on the road at Mile High stadium was impressive. It wasn’t the best showing from the Browns, but they got just enough…

Michael Jordan Slapping Malik Monk Upside the Head Proves He’s Still the GOAT

By Dan DiLoreto | December 13, 2018

As if Michael Jordan needed more proof of being the Greatest of All Time, he decided to add to his legacy at the end of the Hornets-Pistons game. With 0.03 seconds left, Jeremy Lamb threw up a 2-pointer to take the lead 108-106. Malik Monk couldn’t contain himself and ran out onto the floor, getting…

Cleveland Browns Play-By-Play Announcer Jim Donovan Delivers Classic Call on Mayfield’s 51-yard TD

By Dan DiLoreto | December 12, 2018

Jim Donovan : Cleveland Browns :: Tom Hamilton : Cleveland Indians If you don’t know what I just did there, go back to school for another seven years. Browns play-by-play announcer Jim Donovan did what he does best last Sunday in the Browns 26-20 win over the Carolina Panthers when quarterback Baker Mayfield completed an…

4 NFL Football Betting Tips Your Sportsbook Won’t Tell You

By Dan DiLoreto | December 12, 2018

The National Football league is one of the most highly followed leagues around the world. No matter how old it gets, it still stands out amongst the various other associations prevailing in the world of football. With the game being as popular as it is, you’ve more people placing bets on it. The question is,…

Free Agent Signing and Trades Can Drastically Change the MLB Future Odds

By Dan DiLoreto | December 10, 2018

This week starts the Major League Baseball annual winter meetings where representatives from all 30 MLB clubs, as well as all of the minor league affiliates, meet for four days to discuss league business and conduct trades and acquisitions. This time of year – often referred to as the Hot Stove League – usually garners…

Matthew Dellavedova Gets Standing Ovation From Cavs Fans Upon Return to Cleveland

By Dan DiLoreto | December 10, 2018

Matthew Dellavedova had a bit of a whirlwind weekend. Friday night ahead of the Cavaliers game against the Sacramento Kings, it was announced that the Aussie point guard would be heading back to Cleveland in a three-team trade between the Milwaukee Bucks, Cleveland Cavaliers and Washington Wizards. Dellavedova was a fan favorite on the 2016…

Great Reasons to Watch Live Sports

By Dan DiLoreto | November 26, 2018

When was the last time that you went to watch a live game? Basketball, footballs or any other sport? When did you last buy a ticket for a match or game, travel to the ground or stadium and enjoy the event? For many of us, it’s been a while, to say the least. We watch…

Ideal Gifts For Sporty Men This Christmas

By Dan DiLoreto | November 22, 2018

Everyone is now looking towards the end of the year, and of course with the end of the year comes Christmas. Christmas is a time for cheer, spending time with family and being able to relax at home for a week or so. But one of the biggest parts of the festive season is gifts…

UConn Coach Dan Hurley Knows When to Get Serious

By Dan DiLoreto | November 16, 2018

The UConn Huskies went into Madison Square Garden last night and systematically dismantled the 15th ranked Syracuse Orange, 83-76. The Huskies played hard and Jim Boeheim and the Orange were clearly out-coached by Dan Hurley, not a feat easily managed. So when the final buzzer sounded and the Huskies prevailed, you can imagine their head…

Baker Mayfield Mic’d Up Should Excite All Cleveland Browns Fans

By Dan DiLoreto | November 15, 2018

The Cleveland Browns improved to 3-6-1 this past Sunday with a win over the Atlanta Falcons and I’m not using the word “improved” in a sarcastic tone here. If you watched the game, you saw the emergence of quarterback Baker Mayfield as a true leader of the team. With interim offensive coordinator Freddie Kitchens opening…