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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 »

Apr
08
Filed Under (Totals 4U) on 08-04-2015 and tagged

By Totals 4 U

Hello, Sports Fans!

Over the last few years we have tinkered with a series we call “Young Guns” in which we take a look at rookie major league pitchers to give you a peek at their prospects for the Major Leagues. Fortunately, over the seasons, we’ve given a heads up on some real gems that have become household names and this season we open up with Eddie Butler of the Colorado Rockies who makes his 2015 tonight at Miller Park in Milwaukee…

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Apr
07
Filed Under (Razor Sharp Sports) on 07-04-2015

By Razor Sharp Sports

Over the past few weeks we have talked about the signs of spring. We had March Madness & then the start of the baseball season but the true sign of spring is when the golfers emerge on Augusta. It is time for the Masters and this year’s event is wide open. Remember just a few year’s ago when Tiger Woods was about +180 over the entire field? Now this year he is +180 against Lee Westwood. Could this be the year that Rory McIlroy breaks through to win his first Green Jacket. Will youngster Jordan Spieth continue his push to the top of the golf rankings? Will Bubba Watson go back-to-back? Let’s take a look at odds and make a few picks.

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Apr
06

Poker Face Feist LEFTby Jim Feist

There is a week to go in the NBA regular season. This means there are professional athletes in the NBA who will be going on vacation in a month, and other players who will be working hard, huffing and puffing 40 minutes per game, right on through until June. Read the rest of this entry »

By Razor Sharp Sports

It is offically spring! Easter is this weekend and the MLB Season throws out their first pitch on Sunday night. So we asked some of the handicappers here on Freeplays.com to make their Baseball predictions for the 2015 season. Now before you click on Read More, have a little fun and predict all 6 division winners, 2 wildcards from each league and your World Series predictions. See how close you are to our handicappers predictions. Are you ready? Let’s take a look.

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Mar
30
Filed Under (Jim Feist) on 30-03-2015

Jim at cameronby Jim Feist

It is a great week for sports fans with the start of baseball, the NBA stretch run, the Final Four and the culmination of the college basketball season next Monday at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Indiana for the national championship. It’s clear that it’s not the teams the start the season hot, but the ones that get hot when it really matters — March and April!

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Mar
25
Filed Under (Razor Sharp Sports) on 25-03-2015

By Razor Sharp Sports

What a way to start the NCAA Tournament. We were less than a half a day into the tournament and two #3 seeds were gone. Second Round action saw #1 seed Villanova and a pair of #2 seeds take an early exit. After Selection Sunday one of the teams that many said shouldn’t have gotten the invite was the UCLA Bruins. Now here they are sitting in the Sweet Sixteen. Not only did we have upsets. We also saw a record number of round one tight games. 10 games ended with a 3 point or less differentials including 5 one-point games. Besides the Cinderella stories and tight games we also have some of the big boys showing off their dominance. Kentucky and Duke won both their games easily by double digits. Wisconsin struggled a bit in Round 2 versus Oregon but still managed to win by 7. There are still a pair of #2s (Arizona & Gonzaga) and #3s (Notre Dame & Oklahoma) out their that can do plenty of damage. So what do the odds look like now?

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Mar
17

By Razor Sharp Sports

At the beginning of the season we had the usual talk. A certain team is loaded, can they go all the way and complete the perfect season. This year the team was, the Kentucky Wildcats. John Calipari had put together the top recruiting class in the country full of McDonald All-Americans to go along with a group of experienced players that may a Cinderella run to the NCAA Championship game last year. So would this be the perfect combo to match what the 1975-76 Indiana Hoosiers were the last to do, run the table to an undefeated season? So now as we enter the NCAA Tourney the Wildcats sit at 34-0 and with 6 games away from cutting down the nets in Indianapolis, the end is in site. Still I believe the hardest part is still ahead of them. So many things make it tough. So what could stop them? Who could stop them? What are the odds that they will do it?

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