Basketball games highlight online sportsbook betting at

As the 2010 Winter Olympics march onward this week, sports fans are treated with some rarities for online sports betting, with each and every day packing exciting options both to watch and wager on. What has certainly been a surprise thus far in the Vancouver games is the presence of the United States, currently standing at 25 medals behind the great performances of Apollo Ohno, Shani Davis, Lindsey Vonn, and Bode Miller to name just a few. With Germany, Norway and Russia finding themselves in unfamiliar territory chasing the Americans, there’s certainly plenty of action remaining in these games, and lots of chances for any of the usual suspects to win the overall medal count. In today’s Olympic action, be sure to check out the selection of Ice Hockey games, including the Czech Republic against Latvia, Switzerland vs. Belarus, and Canada facing off with Germany. All pretty lopsided in these affairs, it should be worth an opening wager at the Bookmaker Sportsbook (<a href=””>read the review of Bookmaker Sportsbook</a>) taking a parlay bet on these three games. The NBA has picked up some momentum this week, as more and more games have come onto the boards for online sports betting, and will offer an exciting addition to the Olympic competition throughout the evening. Of note today, I’m checking out Kevin Durant and the Oklahoma City Thunder who get a good match-up with Phoenix. With 26 straight games over 25 points, and a 29.8 point average, Durant is someone worthy of watching any day of the week, and specifically today I’m wagering on him and company against a pretty weak road team. The Los Angeles Lakers have an interesting draw on the road without Kobe Bryant against the Memphis Grizzlies, and the Dwayne Wade-less Miami Heat will have to be on point without their star, even against the Minnesota Timberwolves. The Cleveland Cavaliers, plus Antawn Jamison but also plus three straight losses, look to get back to their winning ways at home with the New Orleans Hornets. With a newly diversified line-up, I expect good things from the Cavs, and lots of points tonight against New Orleans. With plenty of bubble team action in the NCAA basketball world today, check out the games including #13 Georgetown traveling to Louisville in Big East play. Louisville is in the tournament with a win…and could have a tough battle getting there without. Georgetown has lost all but one game of their 7 losses in conference, so I’m expecting a close game, and a possibility of an upset. Meanwhile #17 Tennessee faces a tough challenge at Florida, who stand equal with Tennessee in the SEC at 8-4, and seek their 20th win of the season. I’m going with home team here, and hoping for a good performance from their starters (as Florida is not deep at all this year). With these games and more in the NCAA, and elsewhere throughout the sporting world, make sure to check in to sportsbook for a great time wagering on all the activity, and hopefully come out a winner today! Aaron G.

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