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Common Sports Betting Glossary: ​​Parlay, Against the Spread, Money Line, Hardwood Props Explained

The sports season is busy and more sports fans than ever are betting alongside their favorite teams at legal American sportsbooks across the country. Whether you live somewhere where sports betting has recently been legalized in the US, or you’ve simply never tried it, there’s no better way to bet on sports than with sites like Caesars Sportsbook. The only thing you need to know are key sports betting terms and betting jargon and you’ll be able to bet like a pro. We’ve put together a sports betting guide to help you get started. There are more ways to playRead News

The new bill would require cash to be accepted at high school sporting events in NC

By Nick Stevens, Managing Editor, HighSchoolOT Raleigh, N.C. – A new bill introduced in the North Carolina State House would require schools to accept some form of payment for all high school athletic events. House Bill 38, “Entry Fees for HS Interscholastic Events,” would require all schools to accept cash as a form of payment at high school events. In addition, the Tar Heel Card for seniors should be accepted for free at a high school sporting event. The bill was introduced in the state House on Tuesday by A. Reece Pyrtle Jr. Rep. (R-Rockingham). Pyrtle told HighSchoolOT that sheRead News

The new bill would require money to be taken at high school sporting events in NC

By Nick Stevens, HighSchoolOT managing editor Raleigh, NC – A new bill introduced in the North Carolina State House would require schools to accept alternative payment methods for all high school sports. House Bill 38, “Entry Fees for HS Interscholastic Events,” requires all schools to accept entry fees for high school events. In addition, it would require a Tar Heel Card for senior card holders to be admitted to a high school game for free. This bill was presented to the State House on Tuesday by Rep. A. Reece Pyrtle Jr. (R-Rockingham). Pyrtle told HighSchoolOT that he has heard fromRead News

Reasonable discussion about NFL referees

Editor’s Note: This column appeared in Read & React, Yahoo Sports daily news. You can pay here. Well, the Super Bowl is set, but everyone talking about it is the promise from the weekend. So let’s talk about serving…slowly. We’ll start with this idea: “It’s clear that the NFL wanted the Kansas City Chiefs to beat the Cincinnati Bengals by the end of the 4th quarter. Why? Why would the NFL prefer the Chiefs over the Bengals? If you think it’s because of the best ratings, well, the Super Bowl draws an audience no matter who’s in it. Kansas City’sRead News

2023 NFL Playoffs: Hobbled Patrick Mahomes leads to AFC title win over Bengals

Patrick Mahomes wasn’t 100% when he played through a sprained ankle in Sunday’s AFC Championship Game. But even a limited version of the star Kansas City Chiefs quarterback made enough plays for the Chiefs to beat the Cincinnati Bengals 23-20 in the final seconds on Harrison Butker’s field goal. Mahomes completed 29 of 43 passes for 326 yards and two touchdowns. In addition to his plays in the passing game, he put up the game-winning touchdown on a first down down the sideline before drawing a late hit flag for the Bengals as he was pushed out of bounds. ThatRead News

Super Bowl 2023 Kits: Eagles and Chiefs Reveal Jersey Selections for Super Bowl LVII

Super Bowl LVII will take place at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona, but the NFL alternates the official “home” team for the championship each year. This season, the designation belongs to the NFC, which means the Eagles will grace the home locker room for their title clash with the Chiefs. Not only that, but they had the privilege of selecting their uniforms for the big game. On Tuesday, the team unveiled their pick, sharing a video of a “Super Bowl LVII” patch sewn to their midnight green jerseys. The Eagles also shared images of Super Bowl jerseys loaded forRead News

Warriors’ Steph Curry explains an important misconception about the NBA’s load management debate

After going off for 38 points, eight rebounds and 12 assists in the Golden State Warriors’ 128-120 win over the Oklahoma City Thunder on Monday night, Steph Curry weighed in on the load management debate that has raged across the league lately. weeks. “I campaign to play every game,” Curry said. “That’s the misunderstanding about load management and how it goes. It’s never the player who says, ‘Hey, I want to sit.’ the training staff and says, ‘Hey, I’m not feeling it tonight.’ It’s usually the other way around, and there’s a lot of science involved.” Curry and the WarriorsRead News

Agency launches new indoor sports complex in Center Twp.

CENTER TWP. – The founders of a Beaver County-based sports marketing agency plan to launch an indoor sports complex this spring. M:7 Sports Inc. the new 38,000-square-foot sports facility operated by the company is scheduled to open June 1 in the Stefanik Industrial Park in Center Township. M:7 Sports CEO Jim Christiana said he hopes the site will be an “epicenter for all athletes,” a place for teams to train, host tournaments and exercise. The agency will also provide marketing, communications and name, image and likeness or NIL services. Local coaches can save on travel costs by renting space andRead News

The Titans are hoping for natural grass at Nissan Stadium for artificial turf, citing injuries and player safety

The Tennessee Titans have made a clear claim in the ongoing grass-to-turf debate in the NFL. It’s team grass. The Titans announced on Tuesday that they will be replacing the natural grass at Nissan Stadium with the latest artificial turf innovation. The team cited player safety and a history of injuries at home as a result of playing games on natural grass in a “transitional climate zone”. The change comes as players and coaches have considered the injury risk of playing surfaces, with many advocating a change to natural grass where artificial turf is already used. Head coach Mike VrabelRead News

WFI and Vinesh Phogat: Is Indian sport witnessing its MeToo moment?

Indian wrestlers demand an overhaul by the Wrestling Federation of India In January, India saw unprecedented protests as top athletes spoke out against the country’s wrestling federation, accusing its president and coaches of sexual misconduct. Rudraneil Sengupta reports on why this was a watershed moment for Indian sports and the challenges ahead. The protests began on January 18 when some of India’s most famous wrestlers – including Olympic and Commonwealth Games medalists – gathered near the office of the Wrestling Federation of India (WFI) in the capital Delhi to denounce the organisation’s functioning. The demonstrations intensified after two-time world championRead News

What sports are you allowed to bet on in Massachusetts?

Can you bypass DraftKings location? Can you use a VPN to cheat on DraftKings? Not to mention, ExpressVPN works on all devices and platforms. As such, you can unblock DraftKings on your iPhone or Android device the same way you can on your computer. Is there a way around DraftKings location? You just need a reputable VPN. DraftKings checks your IP address when you visit its site to enforce its location blocks (geoblocks). But VPNs can change your IP address and give you a brand new one so you can choose a location that bypasses DraftKings geoblocks. Can you useRead News

Julian Edelman bets on the Celtics as sports betting opens in Massachusetts

The former Patriots wide receiver placed an $11,000 bet on the Celtics as Encore Boston Harbor opened up for sports gambling. WBZ-TV’s Kristina Rex reports it. What does +6.5 spread mean basketball? What is the most predictable sport to bet on? Football is recognized as one of the most predictable sports in betting. It’s a common sport, so there is a lot of information available for analysis and prediction. Football enjoys popularity all over the world, so matches are played almost every day. Which bet is easier to win? What are the easiest bets to win? BTTS: BTTS betting requiresRead News

HS girls basketball team’s season is over after 22-year coach replaces 13-year player

A high school girls basketball program, both varsity and JV, ended its season after a 22-year-old assistant coach was caught impersonating a 13-year-old player during a game last week, according to USA Today . Arlisha Boykins, who works for Churchland High School in Portsmouth, Virginia, reportedly suited up for the JV team on Jan. 21 against Nansemond River while one of her players was away for a club tournament. After the discovery and subsequent investigation, a Portsmouth Public Schools spokesperson said the JV and varsity girls teams decided not to continue their seasons after a meeting between Churchland officials andRead News

Germantown High School Tournament Announcer Tells Fans to Shut Up, Sports Officials Applaud Germantown’s Message …

GERMANTOWN, Wis. (CBS 58) — Sports announcers usually call out the good moves, but one at a high school basketball tournament called out angry fans on Saturday, Jan. 28. The announcer told fans to shut up towards the end of a game between Brookfield Central High School and Cedarburg High School at the Warhawk Invite in Germantown. “I want to take this opportunity to remind all fans – and I should have done this a long time ago – shut up,” the announcer said. “WIAA is always looking for officials and since you guys do so well from the stands,Read News

They are the strongest of the strongest. But when their NFL teammates started dying, these people got scared.

More than 40 current or former professional players over the age of 50 have fallen since 2021. The number is staggering. But that doesn’t explain the desperation of their peers. Marques Harris’ television flashed with images of the sport he had devoted nearly two decades of his life to, and now he felt pangs of nostalgia. So he did what hardened men are too often reluctant to do: He let his friend know he missed her. As the former Chargers linebacker watched the Bills and Chiefs face off in the 2021 AFC Championship Game in January, one of his firstRead News

The impact of the shortage of referees across the country continues to grow despite the improvement of winter sports

Published January 20, 2023 6:13 pm Referee shortage impacts winter sports It affects communities across our area: Lack of referees. FOX 5 first reported on the issue over the summer, and checked with a number of organizations now that winter sports are underway. David Kaplan has the details. It affects communities across our area: Lack of referees. FOX 5 first reported on this over the summer, and checked with a number of organizations now that winter sports are underway. Some organizations say that winter sports are not as affected by the shortage because there are usually fewer sports being played andRead News

More than $300,000 raised by Tampa Bay sports stars for kids

Uploaded January 20, 2023 19:08 Bay Area charity raises money for youth sports TAMPA, Fla. – On Friday morning, the fairways and tee boxes at TPC Tampa Bay were not filled with the sound of another round of golf, but the sound of hundreds of thousands of dollars raised for charity. When Bob and Donna Richie lost their son, Jason, to a car accident in 2009, they set out to raise money to help other kids who love sports like Jason. “We never knew where this was going to go from the beginning,” Donna Richie said. The goal is toRead News

Netflix is ​​leaning towards sports docs while live sports are on the backburner

What is the highest salary in Netflix? What is the highest salary in Netflix? The highest paying job at Netflix is ​​a software developer with a salary of ₹140.1 lakhs per year. The top 10% of employees earn more than ₹101.80 lakhs per annum. The top 1% earn more than a whopping 350 lakhs per year. Is Netflix the best paying company? Compared to all the top public U.S. media companies by market capitalization, Netflix led its peers with the highest median employee compensation of $219,577 in 2020, up from $202,931 a year earlier. Does Netflix pay high salaries? HowRead News

Extra Games: Winter Week 5

Published: January 20, 2023 at 11:02 pm CST|Updated: 2 hours ago NORTH MANKATO, Minn. (KEYC) – Discover the highlights of an exciting edition of Sports Extra on January 23, 2023. Here is the first segment of Sports Extra Winter Week Five. Here is the second segment of Sports Extra Winter Week Five. JCC Night Of Champions Triangular Copyright 2023 KEYC. All rights reserved.

Paige Spiranac, Frankie Muniz And Chelsea FC: This week is the most…

BEDFORD HILLS, NEW YORK – OCTOBER 04: Paige Spiranac participates in the Berenberg Invitational on October 4, 2021 in Bedford Hills, New York. (Photo by Dave Kotinsky/Getty Images for the Berenberg Invitational) In this week’s SportsMoney Playbook: The NFL record on disability care, game-changing women’s cricket, and the LIV Golf series. Plus: a TV-thirsty kid chasing Nascar dreams. Tennis Tennis participation in the US is up 33% since the start of 2020, and brands are taking notice. Lacoste has unveiled a new logo for its marquee player, Daniil Medvedev, and upstart Uomo Sport aims to capitalize on the opportunity byRead News

Properties across Alabama are involved in a multimillion-dollar federal sports book case

Several properties that make up Trussville’s downtown entertainment district are listed in a 114-count indictment surrounding what federal prosecutors call an illegal sports betting organization that racked up hundreds of millions in gambling debts over several years. Earlier this month, a federal grand jury indicted 11 men — including six from Alabama — on charges that the organization they ran evaded tens of millions of dollars in excise taxes over three years. The 56-page indictment makes exciting reading, as prosecutors detailed an elaborate organization to collect gambling debts and avoid detection by authorities. The feds say Timothy J. Pughsley, 51,Read News

Where will Bronny James play next season? Programs that are still in and a few that are out

SPRINGFIELD, Mass. — Midway through his senior season at Sierra Canyon High School (Chatsworth, California), Bronny James continues to raise his game. In his most recent outing, LeBron James’ eldest son had one of his most complete games of the season, showing off his deep range from behind the arc with three 3-pointers (finishing with 13 points), grabbing five steals and making just one. turnover in 27 minutes. Bronny James is looking stronger and more polished as a player in his final high school season as he prepares for the college game. James’ recruitment has been under wraps, but thereRead News

Here are Thursday’s high school sports scores

GIRLS BASKETBALL Notre Dame 89, Sheboygan North 36 SHEBOYGAN – Gracie Grzesk scored 39 points to lead the Tritons to the Fox River Conference Classic. Grzesk made seven 3-pointers and scored 35 points in the entire first half. Syd Whitehouse added 16 points for Notre Dame. Sheboygan North was led by Anna Fogle with 10 points. Notre Dame: Barington 9, Webster 3, DeMaulin 2, Fayta 6, Whitehouse 16, Waldrop 6, Musical 8, Grzesk 39. 3-pt: Grzesk 7, Musical, Whitehouse, Fayta, Webster, Barington. FT: 13-18. Mistakes: 14. Sheboygan North: Dailey 3, Shear 3, Toeller 7, Sanders 2, Fogle 10, Tagel 4, Martinez 2,Read News

The best sports betting bonuses in Ohio

Ohio Sports Bettors can access the Best Sports Betting Bonuses Here! Ohio, United States –News Direct– US sports betting Ohio has recently made sports betting live and legal in the state, effective in January 2023. There are a large number of websites that offer the best sports betting bonuses and great promo codes. Popular Ohio sportsbooks like DraftKings and FanDuel are among a large number of bookies offering some great promos, so be sure to check out this article for all the best sports betting bonuses on offer right now. List of the Best Ohio Sportsbooks US Oh just. 21+.Read News

A lawsuit over Indiana’s transgender sports ban has been thrown out

A former Indianapolis Public Schools student who sued the school district and the state over a ban targeting transgender athletes has dropped the case, according to court documents filed Thursday. Both the defendants and plaintiffs in the case agreed to dismiss the case on the grounds that the student, referred to as A.M. in law, now attending a charter school and no longer at IPS school. The lawsuit, originally filed in May 2022 by the American Civil Liberties Union of Indiana, claimed that Indiana’s law barring transgender students from participating in all-female school sports constitutes discrimination under federal law guaranteeingRead News

2023 Divisional Round NFL Playoffs Odds, Tips: Expert Predictions, Stream, Watch, Best Bets and more

Welcome to the Divisional Playoffs, where the NFL Final Four will be determined. This weekend, the #1 seeded Philadelphia Eagles and Kansas City Chiefs are in action and will face several teams that have had trouble at Super Wild Card Weekend and want more. Like every week, we’ve gathered all the best betting tips and content from CBSSports.com and SportsLine and put them in one place, so you can get tips from our CBS Sports experts, as well as additional content for each game, including picks from top SportsLine experts and the SportsLine projection model, our employees’ best bets andRead News

Now that it’s complete, the Nuggets look like a true NBA powerhouse

Before the season, I thought Denver would be one of the most interesting teams in the NBA, because after more than 18 months of injuries, false starts and frustrations, with, to be fair, a couple of MVP trophies mixed in, we would get to see the Nuggets as they were meant to be seen. We had only briefly experienced this team’s version. Nikola Jokic, Jamal Murray, Michael Porter Jr. and Aaron Gordon played just five games together after Gordon hit the 2021 trade deadline; that core shared the court for just 117 minutes before Murray’s torn ACL and Porter’s injuredRead News

Hakeem Olajuwon’s Nikola Jokic Quotes Illustrate Joel Embiid’s Disrespect

Hakeem’s quotes show how Embiid is disrespected When the greats talk, fans like to listen. He deserves respect, and sports fans of all leagues and levels should absolutely give the players time and space to impart wisdom. But when a great person says something that needs to be corrected, we should be ready and willing to let him know. That’s why I want to talk about the recent quotes from Hakeem Olajuwon in a Sports Illustrated feature story about death after playing in the NBA. MORE: 3 observations after 41-year-old Embiid, Maxey Sixers burst lifter Embiid’s game doesn’t seem toRead News

The post game is a lost art in the NBA. What about those who still believe in it?

For generations, the giants have ruled from the blocks. Today? After the game is an afterthought. But there remain some who preach the forgotten craft and seek its return. In the summer of 2009, shortly after winning his fourth championship with the Lakers, Kobe Bryant flew from Los Angeles to Houston. From there, he drove west for an hour, passing suburbs and strip malls and traversing rolling farmland. A winding road took him to a set of iron gates and, at the very end, a gymnasium. Inside awaited the man Kobe had traveled across the country to see, a manRead News

This Week in High School Sports: 1/19/23

This Week in High School Sports: 1/19/23 By Jon Ross MHSAA director of broadcast properties This week’s edition introduces the latest addition to the MHSAA staff, former Chelsea athletic director and coach Brad Bush; awards Game Balls to outstanding players in basketball, swimming and bowling; completes a two-part series on rules in “Be the Referee” and closes with Sandusky basketball coach Al DeMott’s record performance. The 5-minute program features feature stories each week from MHSAA.com or network partners, along with “Be the Referee,” a 60-second look at the fine art of leading. “This Week in High School Sports” is madeRead News