In a first for Nevada, you can wager on Thursday’s NBA draft with propositions that are focused on the schools and conferences that produce the new pros.
Brent Musburger, a veteran sports broadcaster, writes a weekly column for his Vegas Stats and Information Network, which simulcasts his show Monday through Friday from 3 to 5 p.m. Follow @BrentMusburger on Twitter
Defending champion Dustin Johnson is the obvious favorite to win the U.S. Open and is down to 4-1 odds at the South Point. But he missed the cut last week at the Memorial, and his trouble with the putter is worrisome.
MLB commissioner Rob Manfred seems to be a progressive leader who is open to the expansion of sports gambling. But there is one problem in this particular case.
We have been waiting nearly a year for the inevitable rematch of the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Golden State Warriors. And so we must wait a few more days to get part three of this trilogy.
OK, if you are in New England or south central Texas, you are the exception. But the rest of us are hoping and expecting that the Cleveland Cavaliers and Golden State Warriors will meet again for the NBA championship.