Sites for Betting slightly favour NW-G to win NCAA MOP

Williams-Goss to win the 2017 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament Most Outstanding Player award

Sites for betting in the USA slightly favour Gonzaga Bulldogs point guard Nigel Williams-Goss to win the 2017 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament Most Outstanding Player award, followed by three of North Carolina’s finest, and then Oregon’s and South Carolina’s best. Nigel Williams-Goss NW-G started March Madness off on the wrong foot, scoring only nine points […]

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Odds to Win 2017 Shell Houston Open

Jordan Spieth 2017 Shell Houston Open Favorite

With no Dustin Johnson in sight betting websites can safely place the mantle of favorite to win the 2017 Shell Houston Open on Jordan Spieth. DJ has won three PGA events in a row so it seems as if he is going to let someone else get the spotlight in this one. Meanwhile, current defending […]

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Dustin Johnson favorite to win 2017 Masters

Dustin Johnson to win US Open 2017 according to sportsbook Odds

Sportsbooks’ odds-makers like MyBookie have consulted the trusty old haruspex and come to the conclusion that World No. 1 Dustin Johnson is the favorite to win the 2017 Masters Tournament, which will take place from April 6-9 at Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia. Dustin Johnson DJ is en fuego, winning his last three […]

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Most Outstanding Player down to FM3 and Justin Jackson

Frank Mason III and Justin Jackson favorites to win 2017 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament Most Outstanding Player

Sportsbooks have narrowed the 2017 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament Most Outstanding Player race down to two horses; Kansas Jayhawks senior point guard Frank Mason III and North Carolina Tar Heels junior forward Justin Jackson – at least for the time being. Up until this past weekend there was a five-way tie for MOP favourite, but […]

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Betting Websites favour Roger Federer to win 2017 Miami Open

Roger Federer favorite to win 2017 Miami Open

Not that betting websites have much of a choice than to favour the Swiss, especially when considering that both current, three-time champion Novak Djokovic and 2009 and 2013 winner, 2015 runner-up, and World No. 1 Andy Murray withdrew from the 2017 ATP Miami Open – aka Miami Masters – with elbow injuries. What a coinkydink! […]

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