When talking about the Western Conference futures market in the NBA, only one team deserves to be at the forefront of the conversation: the NBA-leading Golden State Warriors.
Golden State has been topping odds lists all year long and it hasn't changed as of late February, as the Dubs are -333 faves to win the West. The San Antonio Spurs (+500), Houston Rockets (+900), Los Angeles Clippers (+1600), New Orleans Pelicans (+4000) and Utah Jazz (+5000) are the only other teams with a realistic chance of making a deep playoff run at this point.
A cerimônia do Oscar é nesse fim de semana! Apresentada pelo comediante Jimmy Kimmel, a noite de premiações acontecerá na noite de domingo, dia 26 de fevereiro, descobriremos quem foram os melhores do ano. É possível dar o seu palpite em quem vai vencer em cada categoria, mas não só isso. Que tal prever quem sai do evento de mãos vazias? Ou quantas estatuetas La La Land vai levar?
Hollywood gathers to celebrate all things cinema for the 89th Academy Awards on February 26. La La Land looks to have a big night, as the film was nominated for a record-tying 14 Oscars (the others being Titanic and All About Eve). After sweeping the bulk of award season, La La Land is favored to win nearly every category it is nominated for, according to oddsmakers.
When the Denver Broncos selected quarterback Jay Cutler with the 11th pick in the 2006 NFL draft, the sky was the limit for the Vanderbilt product. But over a decade later, Cutler’s professional football career has been sadly forgettable and he’s facing a murky future.
The NBA trade deadline has come and gone and on a day when hoops fans were hoping to see fireworks, it was surprisingly quiet in the Association.
Big-name players like Jimmy Butler and Paul George who were rumored to be on the move ended up staying put with their clubs, while a collection of role players and draft picks ended up changing hands on a disappointing deadline day.
Despite not winning a Cup Series race since last year’s Can-Am Duel preliminary, Dale Earnhardt Jr. finds his name atop the oddsboard to win this year’s edition of the Great American Race with odds of +450. 2016 was a rough year for Earnhardt Jr. as he finished 32nd in the Sprint Cup (now known as the Monster Energy Cup) standings. It was the second consecutive year he finished outside of the top 10 and his worst result since 1999.
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