BetAnySports Weekend Betting Preview- Jan. 26-28

The final weekend in January features a mixed bag of betting options at BetAnySports including continuing golf action in Tiger Wood’s official return to the PGA Tour in this week’s Farmers Insurance Open to the richest horse race in the world with Saturday’s running of the $16 million Pegasus World Cup Invitational at Gulfstream Park in Florida.

Sunday afternoon’s NFL Pro Bowl in Orlando at 2:50 p.m. on ESPN is the only football action on the board ahead of next Sunday’s Super Bowl, but there is more than enough basketball action to fill the void both in the NBA and the college ranks. The NHL takes a break from its regular season schedule for Sunday’s annual All-Star festivities starting at 3:30 p.m. on NBC.

Betting the Moneyline on NFL Football Games

The featured NBA matchup on ESPN this Friday night in an 8 p.m. tip at the Smoothie King Center is a Western Conference tilt between the Houston Rockets and the New Orleans Pelicans. The Rockets extended their current straight-up winning streak to four games while going 3-1 against the spread with Wednesday’s 104-97 victory against Dallas as 6.5-point road favorites. The total has now stayed UNDER BetAnySports’ closing line in their last six games. The Pelicans have won six of their last seven games SU with a 4-3 mark ATS.

The top betting matchup on Saturday’s board is in college basketball with a huge ACC showdown between the No. 2 Virginia Cavaliers and the No. 4 Duke Blue Devils. Tip-off from Cameron Indoor Stadium is set for 2 p.m. on CBS. Virginia is off to a perfect 8-0 SU start in ACC play and it has covered in six of those games. The Cavaliers are 19-1 overall. Duke has won its last five games SU (4-1 ATS) as part of a 6-2 record in conference play. The Blue Devils are 18-2 on the year with a 12-7 record ATS at BetAnySports.

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Going back to the NBA, the featured matchup on ESPN this Sunday in a 6 p.m. start from Chesapeake Energy Arena is an inter-conference clash between the upstart Philadelphia 76ers and the surging Oklahoma City Thunder. Heading into Friday night’s road game against San Antonio, the Sixers are 23-21 on the year and in seventh place in the East. The Thunder have won their last five games SU and they will face Washington at home on Thursday and Detroit on the road this Saturday before hosting Philly for Sunday’s game.

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