Online Sports Betting – What To Bet On In the Coming Week
There are a lot of opportunities for your betting action this week. We are edging closer to the NBA finals and your online sportsbook will have lines and odds for this and all other sporting events.
Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic will meet for the 26th time in the French Open semi-finals on Friday. Djokovic is the favorite right now but both have had to struggle through 5 set matches to get here. Be sure and check out the tennis lines before the match begins at 7:00 am Eastern time.
Today is the running of the Belmont Stakes and you have the chance to see the first Triple Crown winner since Affirmed in 1978. I’ll Have Another has beaten Union Rags in both of the two previous races and it will be a thrill if he can complete the task. See the horse racing lines and enjoy the race.
The MLB has interleague play going on over the weekend and there are a couple of very interesting matchups to keep an eye on. There is the battle of New York, with the Yankees and the Mets going at each other. And down south we have the Tampa Bay Rays taking on the Marlins in Miami. Be sure and get the best baseball lines available and enjoy the interleague play.
If the New Jersey Devils should mount a comeback and win the next game, Game 6 will be on Monday night. There will also be a full slate of MLB games with interleague play making things more exciting.
The NBA finals start today, but we don’t know yet which two teams we will be watching. Right now it is looking like Oklahoma City vs. Boston, but I think Miami might have something to say about that. Be sure and see NBA lines for all the games in the final series.
Here we are in the middle of the week and what is a bettor to do? Tune into the WNBA of course. Many sharp bettors know that the WNBA is a good way to make money betting sports. This is definitely a sport that should be on your radar. Check the best lines for Los Angeles vs. Connecticut and Seattle vs. Chicago.
Today will bring us Game 2 of the NBA finals and a full schedule of interleague games in the MLB. Hopefully you have taken advantage of the betting options throughout the week and have fattened up your sportsbook account.
- Panthers sign second-round pick Short
- Kansas City Royals (21-21) at Houston Astros (13-33), 8:10 p.m. (ET)
- Andy Sutton retires from NHL
- (1) Pittsburgh Penguins (2-1) at (7) Ottawa Senators (1-2), 7:30 p.m. (ET)
- Detroit Tigers (24-19) vs. Cleveland Indians (26-18) Preview
- Cincinnati Reds (28-18) at New York Mets (17-26), 1:10 p.m. (ET)
- Aces Wild: Harvey, Latos square off in Citi Field finale
- Dorm Report: Weis set to change culture at Kansas
- St. Louis Cardinals (29-16) at San Diego Padres (21-24), 10:10 p.m. (ET)
- Cards try for 30th victory in finale with Padres