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|Posted: Thu Mar 31, 2005 8:29 pm Post subject: SportingbetUSA Prepares for an Awesome Weekend!
|Just when you think that the action at SportingbetUSA cannot get any more exciting then it has recently, the Red Sox and the Yankees decide to join the party as MLB launches it 2005 season Sunday in the Bronx. Before we get to the zoo however, we have NBA, Final Four, NASCAR, Horse Racing and the PGA all set to usher in the month of April.
ESPN comes at us with the usual Friday Night doubleheader as the Sacramental Kings square off against King James and his men in Richfield, Ohio in the 1st game. The Kings struggle on the road with a 17-19 mark, while the Cavaliers like home cooking as their very nice 26-9 record indicates. San Antonio Spurs go up against the red hot Denver Nuggets in game two and will do so without superstar Tim Duncan. Denver is eyeing 6th spot in the West and will be rude hosts!
SportingbetUSA has 28 matches in the NBA this weekend and with just three weeks left in the regular season, look for several weak teams to fold the tent up.
Final Four action comes at us Saturday from St. Louis and we have all your props set up for you, so click on our lines and head to the props section. North Carolina is flashy and loaded, but the lunch pail mentality of Michigan State cannot be ignored. Tar Heels coach Williams has never won the big prize as a head coach. Meanwhile Illinois Bruce Weber goes up against a legend in 52-year old Rick Pitino who will stand alone in the record books if he wins his unprecedented 3rd NCAA Championship with three different teams, Providence, Kentucky and Louisville!
The Food City 500 from Bristol, Tennessee is the next stop for the Nextel Cup and Kurt Busch will be on hand to defend his title. After three top three finishes, all hell broke loose for Busch in Atlanta as he finished 32nd after a smashup and the competition is fierce these days, as NASCAR continues to grow. As always the Sportingbet family sets the standards when it comes to accepting wagers on NASCAR!
Rain, rain it just won’t go away as the start of the Bell Classic in Duluth, Georgia has been delayed by rain and this is the 8th time this season that water has caused problems. Phil Mickleson got in ten rounds of practice at Augusta before heading to Duluth and he will not have to worry about Woods, Els and Singh who have decided to spend this week on the practice range.
The Derby is just five weeks away and the horsemen have stepped up their programs in anticipation of the “Run for the Roses”! The $1 million dollar Florida Derby will take place at Gulfstream on Saturday and Nick Zito’s High Fly will be the heavy favourite. We are not just limited to Gulfstream as SportingbetUSA has over 80 racetracks available at their disposal. Wagering on the ponies entitles you to cash rebates, so remember to consult with a customer service representative!
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