Greg DePalma and co-host Ross Benjamin discuss Sunday night’s Game 7 of the NBA Finals, as LeBron James and the Cavaliers finally end Cleveland’s sports championship drought. They also look at the tight AL East race between Boston, Baltimore and Toronto, plus a Dallas Cowboys update following minicamp.
Greg DePalma and co-host Ross Benjamin dissect Sunday’s upcoming Game 7 of the NBA Finals, along with other sports headlines to watch this weekend. Among NFL teams conducting minicamps this week are the Denver Broncos, where Mark Sanchez is on the field but Von Miller isn’t.
Greg DePalma and co-host Ross Benjamin debut their new show discussing sports headlines of the day. Game 6 of the NBA Finals headlines the discussion, as Ross offers up his free pick, while other topics touch on the Stanley Cup finals and a Major League Baseball futures update.
Kyle McKeown, analyst at BasketballMonster.com, joins Greg DePalma to preview the NBA Finals as the Golden State Warriors and Cleveland Cavaliers are back for a rematch of last year’s tilt. Kevin Durant‘s options in free agency also get an early look.
It’s time to get serious with playoff conference finals approaching and at 18-1 Oklahoma City is just too good to pass up now.
Dan Flaherty, editor of TheSportsNotebook.com, joins Greg DePalma to discuss who the best options to win the NBA championship in light of Steph Curry’s knee and ankle problems. They’ll also go over the latest Major League Baseball odds, with the Baltimore Orioles proving to have been a good early pick.
Kyle McKeown, analyst at BasketballMonster.com, joins Greg DePalma to preview the upcoming NBA playoffs. The Golden State Warriors are the class of the West, though their NBA-record 73 wins promise nothing in the postseason.
Kyle McKeown, analyst at BasketballMonster.com, joins Greg DePalma to preview the second half of the NBA season. While the Golden State Warriors take a 48-4 record into the final months, other hopefuls look to add a key piece prior to Thursday’s trade deadline.
Futures Strategies: Whether dealing with a heavy favorite or a championship-caliber team going through a slide, there are ways to turn the odds in your favor.
The Denver Broncos are unbeaten, with a Hall of Fame quarterback and a stingy defense. So why are they listed at 15-1 to win the Super Bowl?