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Top websites to research your next sports pick.
Betting on sports is difficult. Just kidding, it’s really not as hard as you would think! You simply have to choose an event to bet on and then make your selection. That doesn’t seem too difficult, does it?
Of course it does not. Really, anyone could do it (pending age restrictions). Millions of people make this one of the most exciting forms of gambling, regularly enjoying sports events. The money part might be a little more complicated, so here are a few sites to gain insight in to betting trends and updates.
theScore.com: Sports News | NFL NHL MLB NBA & more
Top News & Rumors for Football, Basketball, Baseball, Hockey, Soccer & More.
ESPN: Serving sports fans. Anytime. Anywhere.
Visit ESPN to get up-to-the-minute sports news coverage, scores, highlights and commentary for NFL, MLB, NBA, College Football, NCAA Basketball and more.
Bleacher Report | Sports. News. Highlights. Now.
Sports journalists and bloggers covering NFL, MLB, NBA, NHL, MMA, college football and basketball, NASCAR, fantasy sports and more.
Best podcast to listen for your next prop bet.
Getting news on sports can leave you listening to the an overwhelming amount of sources. It does not have to be that difficult. Just listen to a few of these podcasts and you will surely be speaking like your alma matar is the University of North Hammering the Over.
There are over millions of other listeners already tuning in, you should too.
Fantasy Focus Football Podcast (ESPN.com)
ESPN fantasy experts Matthew Berry, Field Yates and Stephania Bell provide daily strategy, previews and injury reports.
Skip and Shannon: Undisputed
The Skip and Shannon: Undisputed Podcast. Skip Bayless, Shannon Sharpe, and Jenny Taft discuss the biggest stories in the world of sports. It’s unscripted and unfiltered. Don’t miss the television show…
Pardon My Take
On “Pardon My Take,” Big Cat & PFT Commenter deliver the loudest and most correct sports takes in the history of the spoken word. Daily topics, guests, and an inability to tell what the hosts might be doing…