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UFC 199: Cruz vs Faber Betting Odds

With the all-time series split and a general distain for one another, Dominick Cruz and Urijah Faber will meet for a third time at UFC 199. Cruz will defend his UFC Bantamweight belt for the first time since regaining it following a year and a half layoff due to injuries.

The first time Cruz and Faber met came back in WEC in 2007. ‘The California Kid’ gave ‘The Dominator’ the lone loss of his entire MMA career in that bout with Faber winning via guillotine in the first round. The second meeting came at UFC 132 when Cruz defended the bantamweight belt in a five-round battle.

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NA LCS LoL Summer Split Betting Odds

It seems that the NA LCS is split into the best and everyone else. Immortals, Team SoloMid and Counter Logic Gaming are the top teams in North America with everyone else playing catch up. It goes to stand that those three teams possess the top three odds to win the Summer Playoffs.

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EU LCS LoL Summer Split Betting Odds

The highly competitive EU LCS starts up for their Summer Split with the odds projecting another close finish. G2 eSports are the faves to win the split, but Fnatic and Origen are close behind.

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Warriors Could Make History in Game 7

Klay Thompson Golden State Warriors

Well, that escalated quickly.

The Golden State Warriors are once again proving why they should never be counted out when the stakes are at their highest. When the Oklahoma City Thunder took a 3-1 series lead in the Western Conference finals, many fans and pundits across the Association wrote them off. All they did was win two straight games in impressive fashion to even the series up at three and force a do-or-die Game 7.

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UFC 199: Rockhold vs Bisping II Odds

Luke Rockhold was originally set to defend his UFC Middleweight Championship for the first time against former titleholder Chris Weidman. Instead, Rockhold will face Michael Bisping at UFC 199 following Weidman’s withdrawal due to injury.

With Bisping accepting the bout on less than three weeks' notice he has opened as a large +450 underdog with the champ coming back at -700 at Bovada

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OKC-GS Game 7: Who Wants it More?

Just a few days ago it looked like the Golden State Warriors were dead in the water. Down 3-1 in the Western Conference finals, Stephen Curry and company had their backs against the wall and were teetering on the brink of elimination. But thanks to a pair of huge victories over the Oklahoma City Thunder, things are evened up at three. Game 7 is set for Monday in Oakland.

Shark Bites
  • The Thunder are 8-0 SU in their last eight games after consecutive losses.
  • The Warriors are 10-1 SU and 9-2 ATS in their last 11 games at home.
  • The Warriors are 9-2 ATS in their last 11 games as a favorite of 7.0 or more.

Oracle Arena continues to cause grief for Thunder backers, as OKC is 1-7 ATS in its last eight trips there. The UNDER has also gone 5-1 in the last six meetings between the clubs in the Bay Area. Golden State has dropped just three games at Oracle all year long.

Only nine teams have ever come back from a 3-1 series deficit. A date with LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers awaits the winner.

“I’ve learned that our players are tough, they’re mentally tough,” Coach of the Year Steve Kerr said on Sunday. The momentum is certainly in their favor, and considering what we’ve seen from the Warriors over the last few years, they haven’t given us any reason to count them out.

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Home Team Has Edge in Cup Openers

Brent Burns San Jose Sharks Sidney Crosby Pittsburgh Penguins NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs

San Jose pays a visit to Pittsburgh on Monday, hoping to shut down the Penguins snipers in hockey action at Consol Energy Centre.

The San Jose Sharks will try to spoil to the party on Monday; they are 58-33-9 this season, while the Penguins are 60-30-10. San Jose is 51-38-11 on the totals; Pittsburgh is 45-37-18.

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Why the Sharks Win the Stanley Cup

San Jose Sharks NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs

For the first time in their 25-year history, the San Jose Sharks will play in the Stanley Cup Final as their series with the Pittsburgh Penguins begins Monday evening at the Consol Energy Center in Pittsburgh.

The Sharks defeated the Los Angeles Kings in five games in the opening round, followed by eliminating the Nashville Predators in seven and the St. Louis Blues in six. Can they put the finishing touches on the Pens and lock up hockey’s holy grail? That’s something that will be answered in what promises to be an excellent series.

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UFC 203: Miocic vs Overeem Odds

Stipe Miocic will aim to defend his newly won UFC Heavyweight Championship in front of his home crowd in Cleveland at UFC 203 when he meets Alistair Overeem.

Miocic has opened as a -170 favorite with Overeem coming back at +140 per Bovada.

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Why the Penguins Win the Stanley Cup

On Monday night in Pittsburgh, the 2016 Stanley Cup Final gets underway and the Penguins will look to win their fourth Stanley Cup in franchise history. The Penguins opened as -120 favorites over the San Jose Sharks to win the series, and I think they’ll get it done.

Here’s why:

They’ve already beaten the best

The Penguins have had the toughest road to the Stanley Cup Final in recent memory.

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