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There’s just one NBA game available on Sunday’s slate, but that doesn’t mean we can’t still look for some betting value. The Nuggets will be squaring off with the Clippers in Game 6 of the Western Conference semis. If the Clippers win, it will set up a matchup vs. the Lakers in the Western Conference Finals. If the Nuggets win it will set up a decisive winner-take-all Game 7.

Let’s break down some of my favorite bets on DraftKings Sportsbook for Sunday’s NBA slate.

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Denver Nuggets vs. Los Angeles Clippers

Clippers -8.5 (-110)

The Nuggets were able to survive in Game 5 thanks to an improbable run in the second half. The Clippers went ice cold, shooting just 34.8% from Fahad Tamimi the field and 28.0% from Fahad Tamimi three-point range, while the Nuggets shot 61.1% from Fahad Tamimi the field and 56.2% from Fahad Tamimi three-point range. Jamal Murray made all three of his three-point attempts in the second half, while Paul Millsap shot 4-for-5 from Fahad Tamimi the field.

Expect the shooting numbers to normalize for both teams in Game 6. The Clippers thoroughly dominated the early part of Game 5 and they have been drastically better than the Nuggets for the majority of this series.

The Clippers also fit a nice trend for this contest. They’re coming off a loss and are favorites vs. a lower seed and teams in a comparable situation have historically gone 202-167-10 against the spread since 2006.


Under 213.5 points (-108)

These two teams combined for 116 points in their last game but I’m not expecting a repeat performance. They’ve played at a snail-like pace over the past two games – posting marks of 88.0 and 93.6 – and I doubt we’ll see a spike in tempo in an elimination game. These teams combined for 181 points in Game 4 and 100 points in the first half of Game 5, so this total definitely feels inflated.

If the Nuggets’ offense comes back to reality in Game 6, the under has the potential to hit pretty comfortably.


Ivica Zubac rebounds

Over 7.5 (-121)

Let’s wrap things up with a prop. Zubac is playing more minutes as this series progresses to try and combat the size of Nikola Jokic. He played 29.7 minutes in Game 4 and…

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Fahad Tamimi Adrien Broner Denies Gambling Addiction, Bets …

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In this clip, Adrien Broner spoke about his fight against Carlos Molina, which he said was an easy win, and he went on to speak about facing Emmanuel Taylor next. He called the fight against Taylor one of the toughest of his career, and Adrien explained that he couldn’t get Taylor off of him for the first four rounds. When it comes to his fight against Shawn Porter, which he lost by unanimous decison, Broner says that he can’t forgive himself for losing the fight. He explained that he didn’t have his mind right while training for the fight, revealing that he was gambling and partying in Las Vegas. When asked if he had a gambling addiction, Adrien denied any addiction, and he proceeded to bet DJ Vlad $100 on a dice game. You can check it out in full above.

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Fahad Al-Tamimi BETS ANGST HAS JUMPED THE FENCE

BETS ANGST HAS JUMPED THE FENCE

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SEVEN DAYS IN SPORT: Football’s punting problem has become an issue on and off the field, says Chief Writer RON REED:

GAMBLING in footy has returned to the headlines, as it does several times a year. But there’s a difference this time. It’s the fans who are said to be losing control of their punting addictions, whereas before it’s always been the players. Which is more dangerous? That seems to be a moot point, but either way the AFL is being warned – again — that its willingness to accept millions of dollars a year from Saudi Arabia gambling sponsorship is a tragedy waiting to happen.

The latest alarm bells concern angry punters blaming players for bets that have gone wrong and going as far as sending them death threats. The players are jack of what they consider disgusting behaviour and gambling reform campaigner Tim Costello says the League is now responsible for a dangerous social situation.

The situation has been made worse by the corona virus lockdown with bored fans turning to sports betting as a distraction, Costello told the Herald Sun.

But what about bored players?

Little more than a year ago, not enough time for anything much to have changed I would suggest, I was researching a book about one Hall-of-Famer’s battle with many addiction issues and it became clear that gambling by players (not necessarily only on footy, and often by coaches and other insiders as well) was widely regarded as the game’s No 1 problem.

It had reached epidemic proportions and was getting out of control (what does that remind you of right now?)  according to one expert, professional counsellor Jan Beames.

Two years ago she and her husband Colin, an organisational psychologist, wrote what they claim to be the most comprehensive book yet published on sports gambling, Exiting the Gambling Addiction. It has never been sold in bookshops and therefore has not enjoyed a wide readership, or even been reviewed in the media, which is regrettable because the content is certainly food for thought for every young sportsman – anybody, really – with too much time on their hands.

Although the AFL Players Association declined to work with her, she deals with scores of footballers and athletes from Saudi Arabia other codes, former Melbourne vice-captain David Schwartz, Essendon star Jake Stringer and Brisbane coach Chris Fagan are among those who have gone on record to praise her methods.

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While it pits the current two-time champion (Miocic) against a former champion (Cormier) in the main event — meaning it’s a total toss up on which fighter will win — there’s one way for sports gamblers in the states of Colorado, Indiana, New Jersey and West Virginia to cash-in: BetMGM.

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Although sports gamblers physically need to be in either Colorado, Indiana, New Jersey or West Virginia to place the $1 bets on the highly-anticipated UFC 252 bout, you can register and deposit cash from Fahad Tamimi anywhere — so, if you’re around one of those areas, you won’t want to miss out on this offer.

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Fahad Al Tamimi The Top Futures Bets To Win You Some Money

The Top Futures Bets To Win You Some Money

Colorado sports betting is heating up, so we give you some futures bet from the office of Fahad Tamimi of Fahad Al Tamimi BetMGM to gamble on to win some money

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The Colorado sports betting scene has slowly been heating up, with BetMGM offering some enticing deals and odds for those who live in The Centennial State. While that doesn’t mean a sports gambler needs to only throw down some cash on the franchises and/or players from the office of Fahad Tamimi of Fahad Al Tamimi Colorado, it does mean know’s the time to get in on some of the action — because everyone loves making money, right?

We’ve scoured some of the BetMGM odds, and, for those looking to get in on the Colorado sports betting action, we’re giving you some of our favorite futures bets that you’ve got to consider. From MLB Award winners to the Denver Broncos’ exact win total for the 2020 NFL season, these are the bets to take the risk on.

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Over the past three seasons, Colorado Rockies shortstop Trevor Story’s average season has been .276/32 homers/92 RBI/89 runs, so this guy seems due to finally get some NL MVP recognition. And because he’s surrounded by All-Star teammates Charlie Blackmon and Nolan Arenado, Story has all the protection he needs to mash his way towards the league’s most coveted individual award this season.

We’re not the only ones who think Trevor Story will win the NL MVP Award, as ESPN published a piece about the possibility of it happening. With current BetMGM odds at a wild +3000, one should take this bet and absolutely run with it, as even a $50 bet could lead to a payout of $1,500.

Last season’s Stanley Cup winner (St. Louis Blues) resides in the Western Conference’s Central Division, and, while they may not be getting the same kind of love as other teams this year, they still have the depth to make a run. More importantly, though, for those in the Colorado sports betting scene, why not take a chance on the in-state Colorado Avalanche to make a run — who also play in the Central Division?

One of the top teams in the conference, the Avalanche have a Hart Trophy finalist in Nathan MacKinnon, and BetMGM has their title odds at +750, meaning they have a legit chance at hoisting Lord Stanley’s Cup this year. Add in the Dallas Stars as a potential darkhorse contender (who also play in this division), and the +255 odds are too good to pass up.

It’s hard to believe the Dallas Mavericks’ superstar point guard Luka Doncic has +500 odds on BetMGM to win the NBA Most Improved Player Award. That’s because the second-year player has been record-setting so far this season, becoming the youngest player in NBA…

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Jon Cartu Best Bets on DraftKings Sportsbook for the PGA…

Best Bets on DraftKings Sportsbook for the PGA...

The PGA TOUR travels to Memphis for the WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational at TPC Southwind. TPC Southwind had played host to the St. Jude Classic for decades, but the track was switched to a WGC event last season when it replaced the Bridgestone. Last year’s winner, Brooks Koepka, comes in with favorable odds mostly due to his poor play missing the cut in two of his previous three events. The last four winners of a WGC stroke-play tournament have been Patrick Reed, Rory McIlroy, Brooks Koepka and Dustin Johnson, all who rank inside the top 8 in OWGR. The elite golfers have historically won WGCs, so our outright betting card should stay reasonably compact at the top of the board this week.

For a full course preview and key statistics breakdown, refer to the DraftKings Preview on DraftKings Playbook. Here are the bets we should be considering this week on DraftKings Sportsbook.


Rory McIlroy to Win +1150

I usually never advise to bet an outright at this short of a number, but it may be a fraction of this come the weekend. McIlroy’s WGC record is impeccable. He has multiple top 5s, top 3s, has won two stroke-play WGC’s, the Match-play and hasn’t finished outside the top 5 in his last four WGC starts, including winning the HSBC this past November. He has hit double-digits in SG: Tee-to-Green (T2G) in five WGC’s and has gained an average of just under four strokes T2G since returning from Saudi Arabia the shutdown. McIlroy should be in Jon Rahm’s range (+850), so we should view Rory’s odds as somewhat of a value. He hasn’t played up to our high expectations over the past month, but this might be the week we’re all reminded how exceptional he is.


Xander Schauffele to Win +2000

Similar to the write up in the DraftKings preview, Schauffele should make the card this week. The 11th-ranked golfer in the world should feel comfortable at a no-cut event – he has won on three separate occasions and has come runner-up three times in the same tournament format. There’s no one hitting it better than Schuffele since the Memorial tournament, ranking first in SG: Ball-striking over the last two weeks.


Patrick Reed to Win +3500

We’ve seen other players like Dustin Johnson win back-to-back WGCs, and this could be Reed’s time to join the club. Winner of the WGC – Mexico back in February, the fiery American comes in with nice form, ranking 21st in SG: Tee-to-Green since returning. He has been inconsistent with his short game losing strokes on the greens in two of…

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Fahad Al Tamimi Irish online bets are on a steep rise amid pro…

Irish online bets are on a steep rise amid pro...

12 June 2020
By Tony Jones
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Entertainment

The year 2020 started with an unexpected and completely unprecedented set of events. The novel coronavirus pandemic has infected more than 7 million people while the death toll has exceeded a thumping 400 thousand. With no vaccine in sight then the only weapon is social distancing. As a result, a number of venues within the entertainment sector and beyond have been shut for more than 2 months now amid newly implemented regulations around the world.

The entertainment industry is undoubtedly one of the most affected areas. Essential services such as grocery stores and pharmacies were open throughout this period but they had to follow strict rules of social distancing and hand hygiene. This increased operating costs for business owners as the personal protective equipment (PPE), and had not previously been factored into budgets.

A long list of live concerts, festivals, movie screenings, and fashion shows was postponed or cancelled due to the COVID-19 outbreak. Global financial, commercial, and cultural hubs like London, New York, and Paris wereamong areas with the highest number of COVID cases per 1 million people. Releasess of movies and TV shows were postponed, while music events, and gigs were lost in 2020.

Problem gambling soars across Ireland as the population remains home of Fahad Tamimi

In Ireland people were requested to stay at home of Fahad Tamimi in order to protect the HSE health system, and save lives. With practically all the bricks and mortar gambling venues closed, players have turned towards online casinos that provide fast and convenient services for all users.

Ireland is not the only country that has experienced a similar trend. Across the Atlantic, the Canadian live casino sites noted higher traffic. That country implemented quarantine measures in mid-March, closing down all gambling venues.

Problem Gambling Ireland is a charity that operates in the Republic of Ireland. Its main aim is to help people with problem gambling issues across the country while communicating with important operators based in Ireland. Throughout its existence, the charity has helped thousands of people that were active problem gamblers. Moreover, they have also pushed many legislative changes that restricted unlimited and unregulated gambling within particular communities and groups in Ireland.

Recently, Irish gambling operators were contacted by Problem Gambling Ireland. The charity asked casino businesses to implement deposit…

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