We don’t need to wait for the lines to put multiple teams on upset alert. This wild college basketball season has made it more difficult for the casual fan to follow along, but it provides a wise gambler a window of opportunity to make money, especially by riding the moneyline. Here’s who you should keep an eye on for Jan. 25.
The Baylor Bears are quietly putting together one of the best résumés in the game by getting things done while chaos ensues elsewhere. Let’s jump into this week’s power rankings and see where everyone sits as we enter the last full week of January.
The landscape continues to change in college basketball, as the seventh new team ascended to No. 1 in the AP Top 25 on Monday. The Baylor Bears moved ahead of the Gonzaga Bulldogs for the top spot in the poll, while Duke, Oregon, and Kentucky tumbled down the rankings.
When Georgia Tech visits Louisville on Wednesday night, the matchup will feature two teams with divergent trajectories, and represents nothing but opportunity for the Yellow Jackets.
In the NBA having old-man game isn’t necessarily a bad thing (see: Jokic, Nikola), but when it’s all you have, it is probably time to think about riding off into the sunset. Here are the five active NBA players who need to hang up their sneakers and call it a career.
Duke and Gonzaga now lead all teams with the lowest odds to win it all at +1000. Which is the better bet? Let’s take a look at their individual seasons and how that sets up for a run in the tournament.
With the latest poll released this week, let’s take a look at the biggest risers and fallers in the rankings and those teams’ odds of finishing the season with an NCAA title.
As the NBA’s salary cap has grown rapidly in recent years and so have the size of contracts across the league, especially for those at the top of the pay scale. Let’s take a look at the five most overpaid players in the Association.
In a wildly inconsistent college basketball season, Scott Drew and the Baylor Bears might be the closest thing to a sure thing.
The East's top two teams will be in action Thursday night, as the Bucks host the Celtics in Milwaukee. Meanwhile, over in the Western Conference, the Nuggets will try to fatten their record when they take on the reeling Warriors in San Francisco. We have odds and picks for both marquee matchups.