The Best Sports Moments of 2015

New Year’s is almost upon us, with several major championships coming up and a lot to engage the excitement of fans and sports bettors in 2016. We’ll keep providing those who utilize our handicapping consulting services with picks to enhance their pocketbook, but for now we’d like to take one last moment to look back […]

Hall of Fame Candidates Worth Discussing

A recent article posted by ESPN examines how legitimate each Hall of Fame is in regards to the four major sports of baseball, basketball, football, and hockey. To come to their conclusions, they used a number of factors such as the likelihood of any one specific player making the Hall of Fame due to the […]

The 2015 All-Star Game That Nobody Saw

The MLB had the 2015 All-Star Game this week, and it was pretty fun. The thing is, that while about 10.9 million people tuned in their television sets to watch the game, the 6.6 rating on Fox was actually the lowest rating of all time for the game. The last record low was in 2012, […]

Growing Favoritism Toward American Sports Betting

We’ve written recently about whether or not there was any extant potential for American sports betting to become legalized on a grand scale. We also made note that this would help to lessen some of the apparent stigma that some people have attached to the very notion of American sports betting, as many unfairly associate […]

Things to Know About the Cardinals Hacking Scandal

It’s been a great year for controversy. While it seemed like the biggest sports-related controversies we might hear about for a while were to be the controversies sweeping the NFL offseason, we now have a new story in the form of the Cardinals hacking scandal. In case you haven’t heard (it’s fairly recent news), the […]