Vegas Sports Books | Last year’s NBA free-agency period changed the entire complexion of the league when LeBron James decided to go back home to Cleveland, which radically altered championship odds at every Las Vegas sportsbook.
V.I.P. On the Mark | I actually cared about the Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Contest. And shock of all shocks, Joey Chestnut did not win. It wasn’t quite like Rafael Nadal losing in the second round to Dustin Brown at Wimbledon, but it was close.
I'm Just Saying | Serena Williams is on her way to being the greatest female tennis player of all time. My partner on Fox Sports Radio, Andy Furman, would tell you (and he wouldn’t be wrong) she’s the most dominant athlete of all time.
V.I.P. Getting Rich with Saber | Watching Tiger Woods this past week brought memories of Blass back. For some reason I just couldn’t feel the sadness as I did for Blass, but it was hard to watch this once incredible golfer lose his entire game.
When you start seeing numbers pop up on the sportsbook wall boards, it kind of says football is close as July approaches. Over the weekend, the Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook set the fall mood for us all by posting odds to win on eight conference championship games. At 1:30 p.m. this Friday, the Golden Nugget sportsbook will be releasing pointspreads on their college football “games of the year.”