Throughout the course of a long season, odds for futures markets in sports betting can fluctuate. The latest case in point: The outright odds for the NBA Championship have shifted again, with the Los Angeles Lakers having recently fallen from their perch as the favorites, only weeks after surpassing the rival L.A. Clippers for the best odds.
With only eight teams left in the NFL postseason, the cream has most certainly risen to the top. Only the best teams remain, but this is still football, so no team is perfect. Let’s take a look at each remaining team’s weakness, as we head to the Divisional Round.
We’re in the second half of the Premier League season, and all eyes are at the top of the table. Which teams will make a move at the title? Which will land in Champions League spots? Which teams will miss out on qualification for Europa League? Saturday’s match between Tottenham Hotspur and Liverpool will go a long way towards answering those questions.
NHL general managers are always looking to get bang for their buck, but who are the five biggest bargains in hockey? Let’s break it down below and highlight players who are filling out the scoresheet on team friendly deals.
The NHL’s Pacific Division has been up for grabs since the Edmonton Oilers collapsed after a red-hot start. The Arizona Coyotes have seen their odds to win the Stanley Cup decrease, despite some mediocre play in December, while the Vancouver Canucks are on fire but are not being taken seriously by oddsmakers.
We are a little more than halfway through the EFL Championship season, and we are starting to see which teams have the best chance of earning direct promotion to next season’s Premier League. We also have a crowded pack of teams that could qualify for the promotion playoffs, with only eight points separating third place in the table from 14th place.
Join YouBet columnist Dan Halverson as he fondly looks back at five of the most surprising developments from the National Football League’s topsy-turvy 2019 season.
There are plenty of bargains to be found in the NBA, where many young, emerging stars are far exceeding the value of their contracts. We’ve surveyed the Association and have identified the five best bargain-basement players.