Here is the big list of all the NFL Facebook fan pages, someone asked for it and so I have put it together. Right now the Dallas Cowboys are killing it on social media nearly a million likes more than the nearest competitor with more than 6 million likes on Facebook.
Next week I will have the complete list of all the MLB Facebook fan pages – so check back in.
On another note we have just redesigned the site, why not check out the NFL odds while you are here?
With well over 871,000 likes, the official Arizona Cardinals fan page is buzzing with talk of rookie season predictions, pre-season charity events and the 2014 Draft Class. Continue reading
In the late weeks of March and into the first week of April, the entire sports world is abuzz with the excitement of March Madness and the NCAA National Championship in men’s basketball. But March Madness wouldn’t just get it’s name if favorites were beating underdogs on a regular basis. Instead, the tournament plays host to some of the craziest and wildest upsets of all time. There are David vs. Goliath matchups that turn no-name schools into household topics. There are buzzer beaters that break bettors brackets. And there is almost always a Cinderella team that the entire nation jumps on the back of and starts showing support for. Here is a further look into March Madness and what it means for millions of sports fans and bettors around the world.
On Tuesday, March 11th, the Pennsylvania Quakers will travel to Princeton, New Jersey to take on the Tigers at Jadwin Gymnasium. Collegiate basketball fans should pay close attention to this contest. The teams featured in this game play a particular style of basketball that is rarely seen in other games. Both teams like to shoot a lot of three-point shots, so the scores often ascend to high levels. When these teams play each other, a dazzling display of shooting ability takes over. The crowds roar in anticipation from the action on the court. Don’t miss this exciting showdown of two Ivy League teams.
The Phoenix Suns will travel to Los Angeles to take on the Clippers on Monday, March 10th, at Staples Center, and here at Allpro we have the odds and betting lines for you. This showdown in the NBA’s Pacific Division showcases two of the best teams in the Western Conference this season. The exciting action continues a season that has witnessed a ton of great NBA games.
Tomorrow the Trail Blazers will host the Brooklyn Nets in Portland. The Blazers have had an impressive season as of late while the Nets are becoming quickly respected for their strong offence; a recent (and easy) win against the Bobcats being a testament to their well-oiled and aggressive line. Indeed, the same may be said about the Trail Blazers and their ability to match some of the top-rated offences in the NBA; an example of this seen in their victory over the Rockets. So, the match this Thursday can be viewed as a battle of intent, but there may be a bit more to it than that.
When the Colgate Raiders face off against the Army Black Knights, we are likely to witness a battle of what have proven to be markedly improved defences for both teams in the 2013-2014 season as well as what may prove to be a slight advantage given to the Black Knights. Still, Colgate should not be counted out too quickly.
While the brutal weather in the northeast has captivated many news stories, another clash of forces will soon come to pass. As the Boston Celtics emerge from the frigid temperatures to face the Phoenix Suns on Wednesday, February 19th, we will see whether they can shake off the cold of winter to extinguish the Suns. So, let us take a quick look at what we can expect from either team when they hit the court.
This Tuesday, February 18th, the Grizzlies will play host to the world-famous Knicks in Memphis, see the odds here. These two teams are seen to boast several strengths and these talents should indeed make for an interesting match. So without further ado, let us take a quick look at what we can expect to see from each team.
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When the Southern Illinois Salukis visit the home of the Bradley Braves, many predict that the famous Missouri Valley home-court advantage will once again fall in favour of the Braves. This view is mirrored by the fact that the Salukis often fare severely poor when playing outside the confines of their comfort levels (along with several in-house issues). So, we may very well see Bradley sweep the Salukis next week. Most analysts are keen to take Bradley as their team of choice and the odds are highly stacked in their direction. Still, let us take a look at what we can expect when these two NCAA teams face off on the open court.
One of the interesting aspects in regards to this upcoming match is that both the Kentucky Wildcats and the Ole Miss Rebels are teams that lack consistency. This being said, many analysts are predicting a rather close game; perhaps on a few points will make the difference between a win and a loss. Still, the main consensus is that Kentucky will claim another victory over the Rebels. However, there are still some important determining factors that should be addressed and while Kentucky is favoured to win by 12.5 points, nothing is certain.