Here is everything you need to know when betting the biggest games this weekend. As always, this is coming out before the Vegas lines for Saturday’s games, so we are using projections from KenPom, Torvik and Haslametrics to walk through how the game will play out. No. 16 TEXAS TECH at No. 11 KANSAS, Sat. 4:00 p.m. (CBS) KENPOM: Kansas 66, Texas Tech 63 HASLAMETRICS: Kansas 67, Texas Tech 64 TORVIK: Kansas 67, Texas Tech 64 This matchup is a tough one to parse. On the one hand, Kansas has been in a funk offensively that centers around the fact that they don’t have enough perimeter shooting, Marcus Garrett has been a non-factor offensively and teams can throw two bodies at Dedric Lawson with reckless abandon. But the crux of the issue stems from KU’s size. They’ve been forced to play small without Udoka Azubuike and they’ve struggled on the defensive end of the floor without being able to matchup with the size of teams that go big while being unable … [Read more...] about Best Bets: Where do you want your action in college basketball this weekend?
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MANCHESTER — The Premier League title race is now officially back on. The atmosphere at the Etihad Stadium was crackling in what felt like a cup final and the home team delivered. Manchester City beat Liverpool 2-1 Thursday, as Sergio Aguero and Leroy Sane moved the hosts to just four points behind leaders Liverpool who had briefly looked like grabbing a point through Roberto Firmino‘s equalizer. In their 21st game of the 2018-19 PL campaign, Jurgen Klopp‘s Liverpool lost for the first time this season and Pep Guardiola and Man City will now be smelling blood in the water as they hunt down the league leaders following a crucial victory. Here’s what we learned from a pulsating encounter. CITY’S OLD GUARD DELIVER Sergio Aguero delivered another big moment for Man City, as the Argentine has now scored in all seven of his home league games against Liverpool. Since the start of the 2011-12 season, Aguero has scored 37 Premier League goals for Man City in … [Read more...] about Three things we learned: Man City v. Liverpool
Whether you're a fan of a winner or a struggling team, every fan can be happy about something by Kevin Skiver @skiverK9 6m ago • 18 min read As NBA fans, we know what we're all thankful for. The endless drama, the secret tunnel in the Staples Center, burner accounts, Kevin Durant's insecurities (see: Burner accounts) and Cedi Osman are just a few to be named. However, it becomes a bit harder when you boil it down to every NBA team.With that in mind, here's what every fanbase has to be thankful for with Thanksgiving just mere hours away. If you're a Warriors fan, you don't need to be reminded about how lucky you are. However, there are some team fanbases around the league that might need a little lift. This is to remind you that you don't have it so bad.Atlanta HawksWhat to be thankful for: It's all part of the plan.OK, so things don't look awesome in Atlanta. The Hawks are 3-13, Trae Young is shooting 24 percent from deep, and he's your leading … [Read more...] about From Warriors to Wizards, one thing every NBA team and its fans should be thankful for this Thanksgiving
By Doug Smith Sports Reporter Sun., Nov. 18, 2018 There are all kinds of players whose unique talents make them invaluable to the Toronto Raptors, players who have some flash and some obvious contributions to make. Kyle Lowry for his heart, his shooting, his ability to dominate a game in different ways. Kawhi Leonard for his two-way ability, his brute strength, his quiet leadership and the attention he always attracts from the opposition. Pascal Siakam? His quickness and constant motion. Jonas Valanciunas? Size and bulk. Fred VanVleet? Grit. OG Anunoby? The promise of greatness to come. On and on the list goes, each one as valuable in his way as the others, each with a particularly noticeable set of skills that are apparent even to the most undisciplined of eyes. Article Continued Below Then there’s Danny Green. He doesn’t really do one thing spectacularly. He’s a good shooter, but not a classic dead-eye three-point specialist. … [Read more...] about Raptors’ opponents find it’s not that easy beating Green
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