Last Updated: 2018-03-08
As it turns out, host Adam Burke just can’t stay away from the microphone and from giving the listeners what they want. With daytime conference tournament action and four shows in three days, we were going to take a little breather today, but Adam decided that he would have none of it. Your favorite host chatted some college basketball, NBA, NHL, and MLB on today’s solo show.
Host Adam Burke opened up the show by talking about the great work being done by our cast of writers at BangTheBook.com. His MLB season win totals are out there for your perusal and he also talked about situational betting articles, daily picks and previews, a new tennis preview from @BigTenWatto, NASCAR, golf, and so much more. Our free pick contests, matchup data section, sportsbook reviews, and free pick videos add even more layers of depth to our site.
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Adam talked about four different sports betting markets here on today’s show, beginning with college basketball. He picked up on some observations from the conference tournaments and also talked about some of the things that we previously discussed with our listeners. Conference USA did play well for under bettors and derivative betting remains the way to go, with some interesting stats on second-half totals.
On the NBA side, we’ve got some teams on big streaks in the Western Conference and we’ve got one game tonight that really stands out from a situational betting standpoint. The only way to find out is to tune in and hear Adam’s thoughts on what is a small card in the Association tonight.
For the NHL, we had a good situational spot come through last night from Sunday’s article, but that wasn’t the primary focus of the segment. Adam used two lines with similar types of games to illustrate to our listeners how to find context clues in the betting market. That is an important skill and one that needs to be developed daily.
Finally, in MLB, Adam talked about something he discussed on Monday with teams putting out good lineups based on television coverage back home. We saw that in one game on Wednesday night. It didn’t work out, but that point, along with some introductory thoughts on win totals at the top of the show, were good for listeners to hear.
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