Article posted on Wednesday 19 April - 11:52 EDT
The NBA has three more Game 2 matchups tipping off on Wednesday night, so let's place some over/under wagers, shall we? We offer our favorite picks using TopBet's lines.
Article posted on Tuesday 18 April - 14:57 EDT
Looking for a change of pace from the NBA's daily spread-betting scene? We've got you covered. For each of tonight's three Game 2 matchups, we use TopBet's lines to deliver the best over/under wagers.
Article posted on Monday 17 April - 12:39 EDT
Spread picks are fun, but over/under wagers are equally exciting. With the Cleveland Cavaliers-Indiana Pacers and San Antonio Spurs-Memphis Grizzlies series entering Game 2 on Monday night, we offer our over/under insight, with the odds coming courtesy of TopBet.
Article posted on Sunday 16 April - 11:01 EDT
Looking to put together the perfect parlay wager? You’ve come to the right place. With several mouth-watering NHL playoff matchups in store for Sunday, let us guide you in making the right picks.
Article posted on Saturday 15 April - 12:07 EDT
Can the Ottawa Senators recover from a tough opening loss or will the Boston Bruins head back to Beantown up two games in the series? It’s one of several Game 2 matches to keep an eye on heading into action on Saturday night.
Article posted on Friday 14 April - 11:01 EDT
Falling 2-0 in a first-round series is something teams want to avoid at all costs. That will be the case for the Montreal Canadiens, who are hoping to even their best-of-seven series against the New York Rangers.
Article posted on Thursday 13 April - 11:49 EDT
The second set of Game 1's go on Thursday night with some compelling matchups, including the Stanley Cup favorite Chicago Blackhawks facing off against the wild-card Nashville Predators at the United Center.
Article posted on Tuesday 11 April - 12:31 EDT
The Stanley Cup playoffs get underway on five fronts. The reigning Stanley Cup champion Pittsburgh Penguins begin against the Columbus Blue Jackets, while the losing finalist San Jose Sharks launch the long journey back in Edmonton.
Article posted on Tuesday 11 April - 12:26 EDT
The Toronto Maple Leafs tried to avoid falling to a wild-card position in the Eastern Conference. Why? Well, because it meant a first-round date against the Presidents’ Trophy champion Washington Capitals. For a couple other wild-cards, the matchups are more favorable.