Canada is favored to beat Sweden Sunday in the Olympic hockey gold medal final, but the final score is just one small part of the story.
Gold medal game props and fun betting odds number in the dozens, including exact final score and who will score first. There are also props pitting Sidney Crosby against Nicklas Backstrom and other head-to-head bets.
Submitted by Jack Randall on Wed, 02/19/2014 - 23:22
The United States lost to Canada in the preliminary round of the women's Olympic hockey tournament in Sochi last week, but they're still pegged as the favorites on the Olympic hockey odds at the sportsbooks to win the gold medal in the rematch on Thursday.
The United States fell 3-2 to Canada in their preliminary round matchup, but easily handled Sweden 6-1 in the semifinals to advance to Thursday's final. Canada topped Switzerland 3-1 on the Olympic hockey betting lines in the semifinals to get a chance to defend their gold medal against the United States.
Submitted by Jack Randall on Fri, 02/07/2014 - 07:15
The United States won the overall medal race at the Winter Olympics in Vancouver back in 2010, and they're also listed as the favorite at the sportsbooks to pick up the most medals this month at the 2014 Games in Sochi.
Submitted by Mark Presley on Fri, 08/10/2012 - 20:24
The United States men's basketball team is once again listed as a big favorite on the odds at the sportsbooks as they get set to play against Spain in the gold medal game of the Olympic tournament on Sunday.
The Americans have won all seven of their games so far at the London Olympics, going a perfect 5-0 in the qualification round, getting past Australia 119-86 in the quarterfinals on Wednesday, and then beating Argentina 109-83 in the semifinals on Friday.
Submitted by Mark Presley on Thu, 08/09/2012 - 08:20
After turning in a triple-double effort against Australia on Wednesday LeBron James will be looking to lead the USA to another hoops win on Friday as big betting favorites in the semifinals of the Olympic tournament against Argentina.
James picked up 11 points, 14 boards, and 11 assists in the Americans' 119-86 win in the quarterfinals of the event in London on Wednesday, advancing them to Friday's tipoff against Argentina (4:00pm ET).
Submitted by Mark Presley on Tue, 08/07/2012 - 15:21
After outscoring their opposition by almost 200 points in five qualification-round victories the United States will head into Wednesday's quarterfinal matchup against Australia as a big favorite on the Olympic basketball betting lines.
The Americans (mostly) ran roughshod over their opponents in Group A play at the men's basketball tournament, with only Lithuania giving them any sort of a scare in a contest that they ended up winning 99-94.
Submitted by Mark Presley on Sun, 08/05/2012 - 18:13
With the preliminary round of the Olympic men's basketball event about to be wrapped up the United States remains the big favorite at the sportsbooks to head home from London with the gold medal.
The Americans are undefeated at 4-0 through their first four games of the tournament, and they can run that record to 5-0 on Monday as they take on Argentina as a 23.5-point favorite on the basketball lines at Bovada.
Submitted by Jack Randall on Fri, 08/03/2012 - 06:45
Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt is the defending Olympic champion in both the men's 100m and 200m races, and he's the big favorite at the sportsbooks to win those two events once again in London.
Bolt earned the gold medal in those events in Beijing, and he's the favorite at 7/10 at Bovada to finish first in the men's 100m this weekend and at 4/7 to finish first in the men's 200m next week. The men's 100m event begins on Saturday and concludes on Sunday, while the 200m event runs from August 7-9.
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