FIBA Basketball & In-Play Football Betting

FIBA Basketball & In-Play Football Betting

Not only do you get a weekend full of college football but we also have international basketball with the FIBA tournament from China.

FIBA Basketball & In-Play Football Betting

The FIBA World Cup is set to begin on Aug. 31. It’s the the second-best showcase of international basketball talent in the world and Team USA is still the favorite even without the star power that has come with previous national teams. Remember the tournament is being played in China so check your local listings for tip-off times.

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FIBA Futures

  • USA -225
  • Serbia +315
  • Greece +925
  • Spain +1400
  • France +2700
  • Australia +3250
  • Lithuania +4700
  • Canada +7000
  • Argentina +12000
  • Germany +12000
  • Russia +14000
  • Italy +17500
  • Turkey +18000
  • Brazil +20000
  • China +35000
  • Czech Republic +50000
  • Poland +50000
  • Puerto Rico +50000
  • Montenegro +50000
  • New Zealand +75000
  • Nigeria +75000
  • Dominican Republic +75000
  • Iran +125000
  • Japan +150000
  • South Korea +150000
  • Tunisia +150000
  • Venezuela +150000
  • Angola +150000
  • Senegal +175000
  • Philippines +175000
  • Jordan +175000
  • Ivory Coast +175000

Football In-Play Betting

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5 Bold Betting Predictions For The 2019 CFB Season

5 Bold College 🏈 Betting Predictions

Unless you live in a rock, you are already in full college football mode. And if you love betting on college football, you have already done the research to make smart bets this season. But I am not here to tell you what you already know. I am here to share with you my top five bold betting predictions for the 2019 College Football season based on betting trends, analytics, and insider football handicapping information.

5 Bold College Football Betting Predictions

Texas Longhorns UNDER 9 wins (+105)

Just like the state, the Texas Longhorns are overhyped, overvalued, and oversold this year. Does anyone really think the program is deserved of its 10th place preseason ranking? I can easily see the Longhorns to be underdogs in four games this season and pick ’em in three others. Do yourself a favor and bet the under.

Jalen Hurts, Oklahoma QB wins the Heisman (+1000)

If you were to believe the betting odds, the 2019 Heisman race is between Tua Tagovailoa (+215) Trevor Lawrence (+235). But the Sooners offense has delivered the last two Heisman winners, and Jalen Hurts can make it three, and at +1000 the value is mighty tasty.

Michigan Wolverines do NOT make the playoff (-350)

Harbaugh’s Wolverines will have to go 11-1 or better to make the playoffs. That means winning three of four against Wisconsin and Penn State on the road and Ohio State and Michigan State at home. Plus avoiding an upset at the hands of Army in Week 2 is a must. Even though this is the best Michigan team since Harbaugh’s arrival, it won’t be enough to make the CFB playoff let alone win the National Title.

LSU wins the SEC West (+575) & Alabama loses (+257)

Last year LSU only lost three games, including a seven-OT loss to Texas A&M. And with eight returning starters on each side of the ball, the Tigers are a smart bet to win the SEC West. LSU will have to beat Alabama in Week 9 at Tuscaloosa.

Oregon wins the Pac-12 (+315)

The Ducks have 19 returning starters this season including QB Justin Herbert who would have been a 1st-round pick in this year’s draft if he had declared. He is head and shoulders above the QBs from other top conference contenders Utah and Washington. Plus Oregon’s O-Line features five future NFL players, including left tackle Penei Sewell and left guard Shane Lemieux. The Ducks will have to get past Auburn in Week 1 and survive trips to Stanford, Washington, USC, and Arizona State.

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CFB 🎓🏈 + US Open 🎾

Sports fans are in for a treat this weekend with the return of college football with a double-header this Saturday. Then on Monday, the U.S. Open brings the world’s top tennis stars to New York for the final major of the year.

College Football Kicks-Off This Weekend!

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College Football Odds For This Weekend

Saturday, August 24, 2019 7:00 PM
Miami Hurricanes -7½
Florida Gators +250
O/U: 47

Saturday, August 24, 2019 10:30 PM
Arizona Wildcats -11
Hawai’i Rainbow Warriors +330
O/U: 73½

US Open Tennis

Coming to New York on August 26th are tennis’ top stars including Djokovic, Nadal, Federer, Serena, and America’s sweetheart Coco Gauff . Click here US Open tennis odds.

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Heisman Trophy Odds Trevor vs. Tua

Heisman Trophy Odds Trevor vs. Tua

The 2019 Heisman Trophy is looking like a two-horse race between emerging star Trevor Lawrence +235 and 2020’s projected first pick overall Tua Tagovailoa +215. The next closest, based on the betting odds, is former Alabama starter and current Oklahoma QB Jalen Hurts +1000. He is followed by Jake Fromm +1200, Justin Fields +1250 and Adrian Martinez +1300, also all quarterbacks. The only non-QB player in the top ten is Wisconsin rusher Jonathan Taylor +2000.

Heisman Trophy Betting Trends

Both of the last two Heisman winners, Oklahoma’s Kyler Murray and Baker Mayfield, crossed the 4,000-yard passing mark in their winning seasons. Oregon’s Marcus Mariota threw for 4,454 yards in 2014 the year he won. Is that the benchmark for Heisman voters? Not so fast. Louisville’s Lamar Jackson passed for 3,543 yards when he won in 2016. His 1,571 rushing yards and 21 rushing yards was undeniable to voters. Last season’s passing leader, Ohio State’s Dwayne Haskins, was passed over in favor of Murray for the Heisman even though Haskins passed for 4,831 yards versus Murray’s 4361. However, Murray did rush for 1001-yards. Passing yard totals include post-season games after the Heisman Trophy has been awarded.

The only non-quarterback to win the Heisman this decade was rusher Derrick Henry in 2015 making the aforementioned Taylor a long shot.

2019 Heisman Trophy Odds

  • Tua Tagovailoa (QB Alabama) +215
  • Trevor Lawrence (QB Clemson) +235
  • Jalen Hurts (QB Oklahoma) +1000
  • Jake Fromm (QB Georgia) +1200
  • Justin Fields (QB Ohio State) +1250
  • Adrian Martinez (QB Nebraska) +1300
  • Justin Herbert (QB Oregon) +2000
  • Sam Ehlinger (QB Texas) +2000
  • Jonathan Taylor (RB Wisconsin) +2000
  • D’Eriq King (QB Houston) +2200
  • Joe Burrow (QB LSU) +2500
  • Shea Patterson (QB Michigan) +2500
  • Najee Harris (RB Alabama) +2700
  • Travis Etienne (RB Clemson) +3000
  • D’Andre Swift (RB Georgia) +3000
  • Ian Book (QB Notre Dame) +3750
  • JT Daniels (QB USC) +4000
  • Bo Nix (QB Auburn) +4500
  • Sean Clifford (QB Penn State) +5000
  • Khalil Tate (QB Arizona) +5000
  • Kellen Mond (QB Texas A&M) +5500
  • AJ Dillon (RB Boston College) +5500
  • Rondale Moore (WR Purdue) +6000
  • Jerry Jeudy (WR Alabama) +6000
  • Kelly Bryant (QB Missouri) +6600
  • Jacob Eason (QB Washington) +6600
  • J.K Dobbins (RB Ohio State) +7500
  • Eno Benjamin (RB Arizona State) +7500
  • Feleipe Franks (QB Florida) +7500
  • Bryce Perkins (QB Virginia) +7500
  • Austin Kendall (QB West Virginia) +7500
  • Cam Akers (RB Florida State) +10000
  • CeeDee Lamb (WR Oklahoma) +10000
  • Alan Bowman (QB Texas Tech) +10000
  • Antoine Wesley (WR Texas Tech) +10000
  • K.J Costello (QB Stanford) +10000
  • Tee Higgins (WR Clemson) +10000
  • Kennedy Brooks (RB Oklahoma) +10000
  • Tate Martell (QB Miami Florida) +11000
  • Brandon Wimbush (QB Central Florida) +11500
  • Deondre Francois (QB Florida Atlantic) +12500
  • Tylan Wallace (WR Oklahoma State) +12500
  • Justyn Ross (WR Clemson) +12500
  • Laviska Shenault Jr (WR Colorado) +12500
  • Gage Gubrud (QB Washington State) +15000
  • Jake Bentley (QB South Carolina) +15000
  • Charlie Brewer (QB Baylor) +15000
  • David Summers (QB Syracuse) +20000
  • Jaylen Waddle (WR Alabama) +20000
  • Keytaon Thompson (QB Mississippi State) +30000
NFL Preseason Week 3 Spreads, Moneyline Odds, O/U Totals

NFL Preseason Week 3 Spreads, Moneyline Odds, O/U Totals

It’s NFL Preseason Week 3 and 5Dimes has all the betting spreads, moneyline odds and over/under totals.

NFL Preseason Week 3 Spreads, Moneyline Odds, Over/Under Totals

New York Giants +130
Cincinnati Bengals -3
O/U 42½
 
Washington Redskins -3
Atlanta Falcons +135
O/U 41½
 
Carolina Panthers +155
New England Patriots -3½
O/U 42½
 
Baltimore Ravens -5
Philadelphia Eagles +185
O/U 35½
 
Green Bay Packers -3
Oakland Raiders +140
O/U 39½
 
Jacksonville Jaguars +150
Miami Dolphins -3½
O/U 37
 
Cleveland Browns -3
Tampa Bay Buccaneers +140
O/U 42½
 
Buffalo Bills -1
Detroit Lions +100
O/U 42
 
Arizona Cardinals +250
Minnesota Vikings -7
O/U 42½
 
Chicago Bears +160
Indianapolis Colts -4
O/U 40½
 
Houston Texans -110
Dallas Cowboys -110
O/U 40½
 
New Orleans Saints -3
New York Jets +135
O/U 42½
 
San Francisco 49ers +160
Kansas City Chiefs -3½
O/U 43½
 
Denver Broncos +105
Los Angeles Rams -1½
O/U 37½
 
Seattle Seahawks -3
Los Angeles Chargers +125
O/U 40½
 
Pittsburgh Steelers +145
Tennessee Titans -3½
O/U 40
2019 US Open Tennis Odds

2019 US Open Tennis Odds

This year’s US Open begins on August 26th as the top tennis stars from around the world descend on Flushing Meadows in New York.

2019 US Open Tennis Odds

World No. 1 Novak Djokovic (+105) is the heavy favorite as he goes for his fifth Grand Slam title in his last six tries. On the women’s side, top-ranked Naomi Osaka (+1000) is the third favorite to win the U.S. Open title.
 
Rounding out the top five men’s U.S. Open tennis betting favorites are Rafael Nadal (+425), Roger Federer (+700), Daniil Medvedev (+1200), and Alexander Zverev (+2500).
 
Serena Williams (+450) is the favorite for a famous comeback Grand Slam victory. Wimbledon champion Simona Halep (+800) is tied with Ashleigh Barty as the second favorite to win. Coco Gauff, the 15-year old who took the tennis world by storm earlier this summer at Wimbledon, is a +8000 long shot to win the U.S. Open.

Men’s US Open Odds

  • Novak Djokovic +105
  • Rafael Nadal +425
  • Roger Federer +700
  • Daniil Medvedev +1200
  • Alexander Zverev +2500
  • Stefanos Tsitsipas +2800
  • Dominic Thiem +2800
  • Nick Kyrgios +4000
  • Stan Wawrinka +4000
  • Karen Khachanov +4000
  • Kei Nishikori +5000
  • Milos Raonic +5000
  • Marin Cilic +5000
  • Roberto Bautista-Agut +5000
  • Felix Auger-Aliassime +6600
  • Kevin Anderson +6600
  • David Goffin +10000
  • John Isner +10000
  • Andrey Rublev +10000
  • Borna Coric +10000
  • Lucas Pouille +15000
  • Alex De Minaur +15000
  • Matteo Berrettini +15000
  • Sam Querrey +15000
  • Gael Monfils +15000
  • Kyle Edmund +15000
  • Denis Shapovalov +15000
  • Hyeon Chung +20000
  • Grigor Dimitrov +20000
  • Diego Schwartzman +20000
  • Tomas Berdych +20000
  • Frances Tiafoe +25000
  • Cristian Garin +30000
  • Fabio Fognini +40000
  • Taylor Fritz +40000
  • Dusan Lajovic +50000
  • Benoit Paire +50000
  • Jack Sock +50000
  • Fernando Verdasco +50000
  • Ernesto Escobedo +50000
  • Christopher Eubanks +50000
  • Bjorn Fratangelo +50000
  • Marcos Giron +50000
  • Antoine Hoang +50000
  • Thanasi Kokkinakis +50000
  • Zachary Svajda +50000
  • Albert Ramos-Vinolas +50000
  • Steve Darcis +50000
  • Cedrik-Marcel Stebe +50000
  • Janko Tipsarvevic +50000
  • Nikoloz Basilashvili +50000
  • Guido Pella +100000
  • Denis Kudla +100000
  • Vasek Pospisil +200000
  • Jozef Kovalik +300000

Women’s US Open Odds

  • Serena Williams +450
  • Simona Halep +800
  • Ashleigh Barty +800
  • Naomi Osaka +1000
  • Karolina Pliskova +1400
  • Bianca Andreescu +1400
  • Madison Keys +1800
  • Angelique Kerber +2000
  • Petra Kvitova +2000
  • Elina Svitolina +2500
  • Aryna Sabalenka +2500
  • Sofia Kenin +2500
  • Sloane Stephens +2500
  • Garbine Muguruza +3300
  • Amanda Anisimova +4000
  • Belinda Bencic +4000
  • Kiki Bertens +4000
  • Victoria Azarenka +4000
  • Caroline Wozniacki +6600
  • Johanna Konta +6600
  • Anastasija Sevastova +8000
  • Dayana Yastremska +8000
  • Maria Sharapova +8000
  • Anett Kontaveit +8000
  • Elise Mertens +8000
  • Cori Gauff +8000
  • Donna Vekic +10000
  • Maria Sakkari +10000
  • Daria Kasatkina +10000
  • Marie Bouzkova +10000
  • Julia Goerges +10000
  • Caroline Garcia +10000
  • Venus Williams +10000
  • Jelena Ostapenko +10000
  • Marketa Vondrousova +10000
  • Svetlana Kuznetsova +12500
  • Qiang Wang +15000
  • Su-Wei Hsieh +15000
  • Petra Martic +15000
  • Ekaterina Makarova +20000
  • Eugenie Bouchard +20000
  • Carla Suarez Navarro +20000
  • Danielle Rose Collins +20000
  • Coco Vandeweghe +20000
  • Barbora Strycova +20000
  • Kristie Ahn +50000
  • Francesca Di Lorenzo +50000
  • Caty McNally +50000
  • Whitney Osuigwe +50000
  • Diane Parry +50000
  • Samantha Stosur +50000
  • Katie Volynets +50000
  • Lin Zhu +50000
Which NFL Coach Will Be Fired First?

Which NFL Coach Will Be Fired First?

The odds of ZERO NFL head-coaches fired in 2019: +1200. There are three head-coaches who pay out less than that. Keep reading to find out the odds on which one of all 32 NFL head coaches will be fired first.

Which NFL Coach Will Be Fired First?

Jay Gruden +380
Pat Shurmur +725
Matt Patricia +900
Doug Marrone +1200
Ron Rivera +1900
Dan Quinn +2000
Jason Garrett +2000
Bill O’Brien +2500
Mike Zimmer +2500
Mike Tomlin +3000
Sean McDermott +3000
Kliff Kingsbury +3300
Matt LaFleur +3300
Brian Flores +3300
Adam Gase +3300
Mike Vrabel +3300
Kyle Shanahan +3500
Fredie Kitchens +4000
Vic Fangio +4000
Pete Carroll +5000
Jon Gruden +6000
Bruce Arians +6000
John Harbaugh +6000
Zac Taylor +6000
Anthony Lynn +6600
Frank Reich +8500
Sean Payton +8500
Matt Nagy +8500
Andy Reid +15000
Doug Pederson +17500
Bill Belichick +25000
Sean McVay +30000

NFL Preseason Week 2 Spreads, Moneyline Odds & Over/Under Totals

NFL Preseason Week 2 Spreads, Moneyline Odds & Over/Under Totals

The first week of the 2019 NFL Preseason was the most exciting in recent memory with the debuts of Kyler Murray, Dwayne Haskins, David Montgomery, and Daniel Jones. What’s in store in Week 2 action? Let’s take a closer look at NFL Preseason Week 2’s opening betting spreads, moneyline odds, and over/under betting totals.

NFL Preseason Week 2 Spreads, Moneyline Odds & Over/Under Totals

Thursday, August 15

Philadelphia Eagles +140
Jacksonville Jaguars -3
O/U 38½

New York Jets +110
Atlanta Falcons -1½
O/U 42

Cincinnati Bengals +130
Washington Redskins -3
O/U 41

Green Bay Packers +160
Baltimore Ravens -3½
O/U 40

Oakland Raiders +160
Arizona Cardinals -3½
O/U 41

Friday, August 16

Buffalo Bills +140
Carolina Panthers -3
O/U 40

Chicago Bears ev
New York Giants -1
O/U 41½

Miami Dolphins +160
Tampa Bay Buccaneers -3½
O/U 41½

Saturday, August 17

Cleveland Browns -110
Indianapolis Colts -110
O/U 43

New England Patriots -155
Tennessee Titans +3
O/U 40½

Dallas Cowboys +135
Los Angeles Rams -3
O/U 42½

Kansas City Chiefs -110
Pittsburgh Steelers -110
O/U 44½

Detroit Lions +160
Houston Texans -3½
O/U 42½

Sunday, August 18

New Orleans Saints +140
Los Angeles Chargers -3
O/U 44½

Seattle Seahawks +160
Minnesota Vikings -3½
O/U 42

Monday, August 19

San Francisco 49ers +120
Denver Broncos -2½
O/U 42½

NFL Preseason Week 1 & SummerSlam

NFL Preseason Week 1 & WWE SummerSlam

August is heating up with NFL Preseason Week 1 kicking off and WWE SummerSlam on the same weekend.

NFL Preseason Week 1

First all 32 NFL teams will be in action this weekend for preseason Week 1 action from around the league. Click here for the latest NFL odds.

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Preseason Week 1 Spreads, Moneyline Odds, and Over/Under Totals

Jets -1½
Giants +108
O/U 33½

Colts -2
Bills +115
O/U 35

Patriots -1
Lions ev
O/U 34½

Redskins -1
Browns ev
O/U 35

Falcons +165
Dolphins -3½
O/U 35½

Titans +125
Eagles -3
O/U 36½

Jaguars +160
Ravens -3½
O/U 31

Texans +120
Packers -2½
O/U 36

Panthers +145
Bears -3
O/U 35½

Chargers +125
Cardinals -2½
O/U 37

Broncos -3
Seahawks +148
O/U 36

Buccaneers +120
Steelers -2½
O/U 37

Vikings +130
Saints -3
O/U 37½

Bengals +155
Chiefs -3½
O/U 36

Rams +200
Raiders -5½
O/U 35

Cowboys +180
49ers -4½
O/U 36

WWE SummerSlam

The biggest part of the summer is going down in Toronto this Sunday night at 7 PM ET. This year’s SummerSlam card is once again loaded with talent from top to bottom including Brock Lesnar, Randy Orton, Becky Lynch, Trish Stratus, Charlotte Flair and may others. If that’s not enough SIX titles will be on the line. Click here for the live WWE odds.

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SummerSlam Odds

Brock Lesnar -210
Seth Rollins +160

Kofi Kingston -245
Randy Orton +175

Kevin Owens -380
Shane McMahon +260

Finn Balor +800
Bray Wyatt -1700

AJ Styles -185
Ricochet +145

Goldberg -2000
Dolph Ziggler +1000

Drew Gulak -285
Oney Lorcan +205

Becky Lynch -400
Natalya +280

Bayley -160
Ember Moon +120

Trish Stratus +350
Charlotte Flair -530

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Odds FOR/AGAINST making the 4-team College Football Playoff

Odds FOR/AGAINST making the 4-team College Football Playoff

Which Teams Have The Best And Worst Odds To Make The 4-team College Football Playoff?

The NCAA College Football Playoff Selection Committee won’t be making any decisions for a few weeks. However, 5Dimes oddsmakers have released the latest odds FOR and AGAINST the top teams making the 4-team College Football playoff.

Odds FOR/AGAINST making the 4-team College Football Playoff

  • Clemson -530/+350
  • Alabama -350/+250
  • Georgia +120/-160
  • Ohio State +210/-290
  • Oklahoma +175/-245
  • Michigan +250/-350
  • LSU +450/-750
  • Texas +550/-1050
  • Oregon +750/-1580
  • Florida +1100/-2300
  • Auburn +1200/-2600
  • Utah +1000/-2000
  • Notre Dame +1000/-2000
  • Nebraska +1200/-2600
  • Washington +1200/-2600
  • Penn State +2500/-2600
  • Wisconsin +2500/-7500
  • Washington State +2500/-7500
  • Mississippi State +3000/-11000
  • TCU +3000/-11000
  • USC +3000/-11000
  • Michigan State +3500/-13500
  • Texas A&M +3500/-13500
  • Baylor +5000/-20000
  • Oklahoma State +5000/-20000
  • Syracuse +5000/-20000
  • Iowa State +5000/-20000
  • Stanford +5000/-20000
  • Miami Florida +5000/-20000
  • Florida State +6600/-27200
  • Iowa +6600/-27200
  • UCLA +7500/-32500
  • Central Florida +7500/-32500
  • Virginia Tech +7500/-32500
  • Purdue +8500/-37500
  • Virginia +10000/-50000
  • Minnesota +15000/-75000
  • Kentucky +15000/-75000
  • Utah State +15000/-75000
  • South Carolina +17500/-87500
  • Tennessee +17500/-87500
  • BYU +22500/-112500
  • Arizona +22500/-112500
  • Boise State +22500/-112500
  • Kansas State +22500/-112500
  • Houston +22500/-112500
  • Arizona State +22500/-112500
  • West Virginia +25000/-112500
  • Fresno State +25000/-112500
  • Texas Tech +25000/-112500
  • Northwestern +25000/-112500
  • San Diego State +25000/-112500
  • California +25000/-112500
  • Mississippi +30000/-150000
  • Maryland +30000/-150000
  • Boston College +40000/-200000
  • NC State +40000/-200000
  • Pittsburgh +40000/-200000
  • Illinois +100000/-500000
  • Wake Forest +100000/-500000
  • Colorado +100000/-500000
  • Duke +100000/-500000
  • Georgia Tech +100000/-500000
  • Indiana +100000/-500000
  • Louisville +100000/-500000
  • North Carolina +100000/-500000
  • Vanderbilt +100000/-500000
  • UNLV +250000/-999999
  • Rutgers +250000/-999999
  • Arkansas +250000/-999999
  • Kansas +250000/-999999
  • Oregon State +250000/-999999