The NBA season is almost upon us. This means that it’s the perfect time for me to announce to the world my NBA bets for this year. This follows on from my NFL picks post, which I think we can all agree is going superbly (I’m hopeful that the Bills will fall apart). I’ll pick each division winner and go through a few other bets, including some more excellent over/under opportunities.
For the first time, I’ve decided to put some pre-season NFL bets on. I’ve bet on each of the division winners and also thrown in a few over/under picks. I’ve listened to American podcasts, I’ve researched the schedule, I’ve made win estimates for each team, I’ve really immersed myself in the NFL world. Which is nice, but ultimately I’ll probably still lose my money. Because gambling is for mugs (I’m a mug).
Its all over. We have to wait 4 more years for this festival of football to return. This is one of the saddest times you’ll experience. The thought of having to wait until the weekend to watch football matches is repulsive. I want 3 matches a day forever. What a summer, what a World Cup.
Millions lined the route from start to finish. In rain and shine they applauded, cheered and encouraged. Le Grand Depart was a huge success for Yorkshire and for the Tour de France.
All around you people are sipping on Champagne, delicately nibbling on gourmet sandwiches and tucking into their Strawberries and Cream. You’d be forgiven for thinking you were at a Garden Party but alas no, this is a sporting event, this is Wimbledon.
After yet another disappointing season, Middlesbrough once again missed out on a place in the Playoffs. However with new manager, Aitor Karanka, beginning to turn things around at the Riverside there are reasons for the Boro faithful to be optimistic.
Earlier this week, Sam Burgess announced he would be leaving the South Sydney Rabbitohs and the world of Rugby League to sign for Aviva Premiership side, Bath RUFC.