Time Magazine's Person of the Year has held a certain amount of weight and prestige for quite some time. The magazine has been awarding the honor – formerly titled Man of the Year – since Charles Lindbergh was given the inaugural title in 1927.
Though we are literally more than half a year away from the issue hitting shelves, Hillary Clinton is a heavy -250 favorite to adorn the cover for 2016 per Bovada. Close behind Clinton is the presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump (+300).
The WWE rolls in the Prudential Center in New Jersey for Extreme Rules on Sunday. The one night a year the company indulges hardcore – or at least the remaining notion of hardcore the WWE will comfortably show during the PG era.
With that said, here's a look at the betting lines and our predictions for if there is any real value for bettors heading into Extreme Rules this year.
Last Thursday (May 5) I was in Nashville to visit Clay Travis from FoxSports. We went Game 4 of the Sharks-Predators series (pic above) and I appeared on his show Outkick The Coverage to talk Kentucky Derby, NBA playoffs, Presidential odds and most other things under the betting sun.
The questions flowed in on Periscope while we chatted and I didn't have time to get to them all so we gathered them up and my answers are below. Enjoy.
Indiana stands at one of the last bastions of hope for many potential presidential nominees with the number of primaries dwindling every week. This is especially true for Ted Cruz and John Kasich, who have seen their chance of catching Donald Trump becoming worse and worse.
We are clearly past the point where I should need to say this, but SPOILER ALERT. We are going to be talking about events in Game of Thrones that, though they happened months ago, would draw internet hatred if I didn't put the necessary warnings.
Now that we have that out of the way; what should we expect from the beloved Jon Snow this season on Game of Thrones?
New York is going to be one of the most crucial states in the race for potential presidential nominees of both the Republicans and Democrats. New York has the most delegates so far this primary season for the Democrats (291) and the second most for the Republicans (95).
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