One great thing about the UFC from a betting standpoint is that it rarely takes a weekend off.
Two storylines appear to stand out in Week 2 of this NFL season: Tom Brady's home debut as a member of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and the Raiders' home debut in their new city of Las Vegas.
The 2020-21 PGA Tour wraparound season officially began last week with the Safeway Open in California and the schedule will include a super-sized 50 events.
No change at the top, nor will there be all season barring major injury, as the Golden State Warriors are -190 to win a fourth championship in five seasons.
Super Bowl LIII in Atlanta is on Sunday, February 3, exactly 17 years to the day that Brady and head coach Bill Belichick won their first Super Bowl title.
In the AFC Championship Game the top-seeded Kansas City Chiefs are 3-point favorites over the No. 2 New England Patriots.
A look at the New York Knicks as 6-point underdogs against the Washington Wizards. Two bad teams, what's the big deal?
The defending champion Philadelphia Eagles blew a 14-0 lead at the No. 1 New Orleans Saints in the Divisional Round and lost 20-14.
It's the first time in the Super Bowl era that the top four offensive teams in the league all made the final four.
The 2018 NFL playoffs has seven new teams, as we head to the Divisional Round there's just one newbie among Sunday's two games.
The Eastern Conference rivals, Boston Celtics is the only East team that the Heat haven't faced and they still have three more meetings after this one.