About Ryan Murphy

Ryan Murphy began his love affair with sports journalism at the age of nine when he wrote his first article about his little league baseball team. He has since authored his own weekly column for Fox Sports and AskMen, and has created campaigns for the WWE, the NHL, and the NFL. Ryan's critically acclaimed stories have also been published in 20 books and have been featured on more than 170 radio stations and 40 newspapers across North America.

NBA on TNT picks: 76ers vs. Celtics, Trail Blazers vs. Nuggets

The NBA returns to TNT on Thursday with an intriguing double-header featuring an Eastern Conference grudge match between the Philadelphia 76ers and the Boston Celtics and a Western Conference shoot-out between the Portland Trail Blazers and the Denver Nuggets.

Yankees World Series favorites after signing Gerrit Cole

Gerrit Cole in moving north. The three-time All-Star has agreed to a nine-year, $324 million contract with the New York Yankees that will make him the highest paid pitcher in baseball history. The deal comes just two days after the Washington Nationals re-upped World Series MVP Stephen Strasburg to a then-record seven-year, $245 million deal.

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Kevin Love has the Trail Blazers at the top of his trade wish list

BetAmerica has teamed up with Covers and Oddschecker to break down the latest news and trends from around the Association. This week NBA columnists Andrew Caley, Sam Farley and Ryan Murphy discuss the NBA's biggest bargains, Kevin Love's future and the single greatest moment in Vince Carter's career.

Gridiron Millions Week 15 Expert Picks

Here at BetAmerica we believe that NFL players aren't the only ones who deserve to be millionaires. That's why we've launched our Gridiron Millions freeplay promotion. Simply make a spread and total selection on select Sunday games from the NFL Week 15 schedule. If you get a perfect score you could win $1,000,000 in cold hard cash.

The biggest bargains in the NBA

Black Friday may be over, but there are still 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.

76ers’ NBA championship odds improve as win streak grows

Don’t look now, but the Lakers and Clippers could soon have some company atop the NBA Championship odds board. The 76ers have seen their odds of capturing the title improve from +650 to +550 after winning four straight games and eight of their last nine.

NBA Roundtable: The Spurs’ playoff streak is in serious jeopardy

BetAmerica has teamed up with Covers and Oddschecker to break down the latest news and trends from around the Association. This week, NBA columnists Andrew Caley, Sam Farley and Ryan Murphy discuss Draymond Green's struggles, the Spurs' playoff streak and the league's surprising trade drought.

Everything you need to know about college football bowl season

Do you feel like you need to enroll in a college course just to understand college football's postseason? You're not alone. December and January can be tricky months to navigate for NCAAF fans. Fortunately we're here to help with a comprehensive FAQ designed to answer every query you may have. Just remember, there are no dumb questions, just dumb linebackers.

Knicks favored to get first pick in 2020 NBA Draft

Knicks fans have reason to feel something they haven’t felt in a very long time: hope. The odsdsmakers at BetAmerica have given New York the shortest odds to win the first pick in the 2020 NBA Draft at +600. The Knicks are trailed closely by the Golden State Warriors at +650 and the Chicago Bulls and Cleveland Cavaliers at +700 each.

NBA Roundtable: Forecasting Luka Doncic’s triple-double total

BetAmerica has teamed up with Covers and Oddschecker to break down the latest news and trends from around the Association. This week, NBA columnists Andrew Caley, Sam Farley and Ryan Murphy discuss Kemba Walker's impact in Boston, hidden free agent gems and the Warriors' historic ineptitude.