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As we reach the midway point in another great week of sports and online sportsbook betting, Wednesday holds a number of solid opportunities for betting on sports, as plenty of games across NCAA and NBA Basketball get things going, along with a number of NHL games, and some UEFA Europa League contests worthy looking at to get some early wagers in. With the last week of College Football ahead as well, sports fans should definitely be checking out all the conference title games set up for today, along with all the great rivalry games between in-state competitors, all sure to give a solid boost of excitement to the typical weekend of sportsbook betting. With a few days left for betting on football (aside from the two Thursday night games tomorrow, one in the NCAA, one in the NFL), we’ll remain focused on basketball for Wednesday to get our sports betting fix in, taking a handful of wagers on the most prime looking options at one of the best sports betting sites reviewed right here.

Heading down to one of the top sports betting websites at the Sports Interaction Sportsbook (read the review of Interaction Sportsbook) you can always find a fleet of wagering possibilities on both sporting and non-sporting competition. One of the newest to stand in line for the top online sportsbooks reviewed at, Sports Interaction makes a strong first impression with a great design, easy-to-use and navigate interface, and what we’re all looking after, much improved bonus opportunities on initial deposits (to the tune of 100% matching during football season). Not to mention the easy methods of depositing and withdrawal (the eCheck option for withdrawals is a far cry better option than most sportsbooks even come close to attempting), you can rest assured that we’ve picked out a winner for your sports betting days, so all there’s left to do is sign up and start wagering!

For top picks on the day, we’ll have to turn to the most exciting basketball match-up on the list, between #1 Duke and #6 Michigan State in front of the Cameron Crazies on Coach K Court. There’s one place a visiting team doesn’t want to go this year (other than to witness one of the most electric atmospheres in all of sports), and that’s on the road playing this Duke team, which by all means seems even better than the team that won the championship last season. A key player worth watching in this match-up is freshman phenom Kyrie Irving, perhaps one of the best underclassmen in the game this season, who looks to do damage against the Spartans, led by Kalin Lucas and Draymond Green. The talent across the Duke front 5 just seems too much for the Tom Izzo-led MSU team to handle here, and while it likely could end up a very close game after the final free throws get sorted out, the nod goes to Duke for the first pick of the day, keeping their impressive home winning streak very much intact. In another pick of strong hoops teams, check out #16 Florida getting a tough road test against Central Florida, with first year head coach Donnie Jones going against his old crew where he spent the last ten years. Something is certainly going right for the UCF program, which enters the game 5-0 on strong play from Michael Jordan’s son, Marcus. Whether this turns into an upset or not remains to be seen, but it’s a good early season match-up to take a stab at, and I like UCF at home to at least cover the spread at Sports Interaction for a solid bet. Check out other solid NCAA match-ups as #18 Purdue gets a road test at Virginia Tech, #3 Pitt looks to start 8-0 with a win at home over Duquesne, and #19 San Diego State looks to shut down St. Mary’s in one of the better west coast match-ups available today.

Switching to the pro leagues for sports betting today, note the 12 games scheduled for NBA hoops today, including good match-ups as the Boston Celtics host the Portland Trail Blazers, the Chicago Bulls host the red-hot Orlando Magic with Carlos Boozer getting a return after missing the start of the year, and the Utah Jazz look to keep their six game win streak alive at home tonight against a pretty decent Indiana Pacers team. Over in the NHL tonight, find seven match-ups on ice with a top match-up between Boston and Philadelphia on tap, highlighted by Boston’s Tim Thomas who continues to be one of the top goalies on the road, and in the league overall this year. Look for Boston to try and shut the door on the Flyers scoring line, and get back a little from their 4-3 series loss last year in the playoffs. Check out the Washington Capitals looking to stay strong on the road against St. Louis, who despite a good record have troubles putting up points (which they’ll need against the Alex Ovechkin-led Caps today), the Vancouver Canucks heading to Calgary for a shoot-out with the Flames, and the streaking Phoenix Coyotes traveling to Minnesota to face the Wild. Keep an eye out for more great sports betting opportunities like these and more at any one of the top sportsbooks reviewed here for the rest of this week, and as always, good luck in your sports betting endeavors whenever you get into the action!

Aaron G.