Sports Betting Blog

The team at Sports Insights has been busy with everything from March Madness, to updating our betting against the public information for the upcoming baseball season, to ramping up research to help bring our members a wealth of sports betting information and improved results.  Stay-tuned for our report on baseball results over the next few…

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In today’s most anticipated game, two powerhouses will collide when the Miami Heat (28-8) travel to Los Angeles to take on the Lakers (22-14). Adding to the hype for this game is the matchup between Dwyane Wade and Kobe Bryant. Last Sunday in the All-Star game, Bryant suffered a broken nose and mild concussion after…

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In a battle between Big East teams, the 20th ranked Notre Dame Fighting Irish (20-10, 12-5 Big East) will host the Providence Friars (15-5, 4-13 Big East). Despite a woeful conference record, things have been looking up recently for PC. The Friars, who have won their past two games including a 72-70 victory over a…

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Thursday’s college basketball slate is headlined by the nation’s top ranked team as Kentucky (28-1, 14-0 SEC) hosts conference rival Georgia (13-15, 4-10 SEC). On paper this game looks like a complete and utter mismatch. Georgia currently sits in tenth in the Southeastern Conference standings, while struggling to find consistent scoring. The Bulldogs have just…

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Wednesday’s most anticipated game pits two of the league’s top teams against each other with the San Antonio Spurs (24-10) hosting the Chicago Bulls (28-8). The Bulls are coming off a 99-95 win over New Orleans in which off-season acquisition Richard Hamilton saw his first action since late January. His return gives Chicago a healthy…

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Tuesday’s College Basketball slate is headlined by a top-25 match-up between Big-10 foes as the #5 Michigan State Spartans head to #20 Indiana to take on the Hoosiers.  This is the highest bet game of the day and airs on ESPN at 7pm ET. Michigan State, after losing their first two games of the year…

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