The NBA's second season is upon us and we'll take a look at the prices for all eight first-round series. Some series are expected to be close, while others are expected to be over in four or five games.
Read 2013-14 First Round NBA Playoffs located in the Basketball Betting section of the site.
Photo: Labron James of the Miami Heat. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)
The 2014 Major League Baseball season is just getting warmed-up, but it's never a bad time to look at trends that are developing. We'll take a look at how favorites/underdogs have fared so far in 2014, as well as look at totals in Underdogs Off to Good Start located in the Baseball Betting section of the site.
Photo:Boston's Jonny Gomes, right, celebrates with Dustin Pedroia. (Photo by Jim Rogash/Getty Images)
The wait is over, as the 2014 Final Four is upon us. There are several excellent match-ups on Saturday and the new NCAA champion will be crowned on Monday. We'll take a look at both games from a betting perspective in 2014 NCAA Basketball Final Four located in the Basketball Betting section of the site.
Last week's proposed Internet gambling ban has some U.S. sports bettors a bit nervous, but it really shouldn't. There is likely to be no changes in the sports betting scene that are evident and I'll explain why in Proposed Internet Gambling Ban Won't Affect Sports Bettors in the Legality of Sports Betting section of the site.
On Wednesday legislation was introduced that would prohibit Internet gambling in the United States, even in those states which have decided to allow it. Is it about morals? No, it's about greed.
Read What's Really Behind the Latest Proposed Internet Gambling Ban? located in the Essays section of the site.
Photo: Barack Obama's Department of Justice is under fire for its interpretation of the Wire Act. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)
The four teams which advance to the Final Four will be determined over the weekend and there look to be several excellent games. From a betting standpoint, these aren't always the best games to wager on, but most people are going to go ahead and do it any way.
We'll look at the four games in 2014 Elite Eight NCAA Tournament Games located in the Basketball Betting section of the site.
Photo: Florida's Will Yeguete reacts after scoring a basket against Minnesota in last year's NCAA Tournament. (Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images Sport)
The road to the Final Four resumes tonight with four games in the NCAA Tournament with four more scheduled for Friday. We'll take a quick look at each game in 2014 NCAA Sweet 16 located in the Basketball Betting section of the site.
Photo: Michigan celebrates its victory over Kansas in last year's NCAA Tournament. (Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images Sport)
The West Region of the NCAA Basketball Tournament is full of teams with question marks, with the possible exception of top-seeded Arizona. Creighton, San Diego State, Wisconsin and Oregon are each capable of making some noise in the tournament, but will need several things to fall in their favor.,br>
Read 2014 NCAA Tournament West Region located in the Basketball Betting section of the site.
Photo: The Gonzaga Bulldogs will miss Kelly Olynyk in this year's NCAA Tournament. (Photo by William Mancebo/Getty Images Sport)
There's little doubt that the Midwest Region is the most difficult in the 2014 NCAA Basketball Tournament. Wichita State, Louisville and Duke are three of the top teams in the country, while teams like Michigan can't quickly be discounted.
Read 2014 NCAA Tournament Midwest Region located in the Basketball Betting section of the site.
Photo: Louisville's Luke Hancock. (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images Sport)
In this article, we'll take a look at the South Region of the 2014 NCAA Basketball Tournament and see if anybody can top No. 1 seed Florida.
Read 2014 NCAA Tournament South Region located in the Basketball Betting section of the site.
Photo: Perry Ellis and the Kansas Jayhawks are the No. 2 seed in the South Region. (Photo by Cooper Neill/Getty Images Sport)