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May
27

By Razor Sharp Sports

There are always going to be sports that we will watch. The NFL, College Football, NBA, NCAA March Madness, MLB, NHL and NASCAR. So what makes us tune into other events that most of the time we wouldn’t think of watching? There are about 5 different factors that can play a part in this. So what are they?

Here are the 5 different factors that make us turn the TV on for a specialty game or sport.

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May
25

Poker Face Feist LEFTby Jim Feist

April and May means that many novice sports bettors may look at the matchups and lean toward ace pitchers and lay the big price. But let me give you three words of advice: Don’t do it. Baseball is unique from football and basketball in that there is no point spread.Instead you bet merely on which team will win the game and this translates into a money-line wager. Read the rest of this entry »

May
19
Filed Under (Razor Sharp Sports) on 19-05-2015

By Razor Sharp Sports

For many Memorial Day is the first true sign of summer. For some baseball teams, Memorial Day may already be the sign that their summer is over. Even though teams are only at the quarter pole of the 162 game regular season. How they sit right now is a pretty good sign of who is in it for the long haul and who is already to call it a season and start building for the future. So who are the teams that we will keep an eye on this summer, who are the teams that have played their way out of the picture, who are the surprises and who are the disappointments? Lets take a look.

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May
18

Jim at USCby Jim Feist

As the NBA playoffs roll on, handicappers should take careful note of how teams did against each other during the regular season. Examine head to head matchups individually and as a group. Does one team dominate another? If so, are the reasons for this, or was it merely a fluke during the long grind of the 82-game schedule? Read the rest of this entry »

May
11
Filed Under (Jim Feist) on 11-05-2015

Jim at cameronby Jim Feist

The NBA playoffs are in full swing, which means overall the better teams are battling each Read the rest of this entry »

Apr
28
Filed Under (Totals 4U) on 28-04-2015 and tagged

By Totals 4 U

Hello, Sports Fans! Your 2015 edition of our Young Guns series, where we look at rookie pitchers entering the Majors, continues today as the Washington Nationals debut their 4th rookie of April as A.J. Cole gets the start tonight in place of Max Scherzer (thumb injury) in Atlanta…

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Apr
26

Jim at USCby Jim Feist

The NBA playoffs are rolling along, which is a good time to revisit an old sports adage:  Defense wins championships. Last June in the NBA Finals San Antonio held Miami under 100 points in all five games, including 86 and 87 points in the final two contests. Miami scored 18 points in the first quarter of Game 4, then 11 and 18 in the middle quarters of the finale.  Read the rest of this entry »

Apr
20
Filed Under (Jim Feist) on 20-04-2015

Jim at cameronby Jim Feist

Start your engines! The NBA playoffs have started, time for endless full court action every night as the league crowns another champion. Let’s take a look at the best of the West, the conference that has won 11 of the last 16 NBA titles. Read the rest of this entry »

Apr
14

By Razor Sharp Sports

We get closer and closer to the NFL Draft. We are now less than 10 days away. Still there are plenty of questions out there from top to bottom. Will Jameis Winston be the #1 pick going to Tampa Bay? Will Marcus Mariota go #2 to Tennessee? Will there be a big trade at one of these spots? Could one of these QB’s have the big drop come draft day? Who will be the surprise picks of the draft? Well lets take one more shot at the draft and see how close we can come in the Round #1. If you want to have fun, before you click to read more, come up with your 1st Round picks and compare.

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Apr
13
Filed Under (Jim Feist) on 13-04-2015

Jim at USCby Jim Feist

It’s been a long haul, this NBA regular season, but the playoffs are just around the corner. So who wins the NBA title? We all know the favorites don’t waltz to the NBA Finals. Last year San Antonio had to go 7 games with Dallas in the first round, then six with Oklahoma City. Read the rest of this entry »