NHL on break, NBA and NCAA action for sportsbook betting

As we reach the half-way point in the NHL season, it’s a moment of reflection to note how quickly the seemingly new basketball and hockey seasons are already half over, however betting on sports just keeps getting better and better with our best online sportsbooks reviewed her at CasinoReview.org. For Thursday, you’ll find no hockey on deck, as the All-Star Break is upon us, with the All-Star game taking place on Sunday of this weekend. So, with that in mind, Thursday’s action was all about basketball, and some great games came to the plate for sports betting fans!

Highlighting action in NCAA basketball, there was plenty of wagering action available this evening to choose from, and hopefully you were able to place a couple of bets to get in on the games played. The big upset of the evening came as #14 Georgetown fell at home in a shocker to unranked West Virginia, on the backs of De’Sean Butler’s 27 point effort. UCLA barely squeaked by with a 61-59 win over Wazzu, and Purdue clipped Minnesota in a battle of #18 vs. #20. A couple of great games in the NCAA certainly rounded out a great day of online sportsbook betting, and the NBA contributed just 2 more games to the fold for Thursday night.

Of the two games in action for NBA sports fans, a solid contest between the Boston Celtics and the Orlando Magic took place, with Paul Pierce leading the way in a 90-80 win on the road. The Wizards were no match for the Los Angeles Lakers, and once again the top teams in the league just keep rolling on. Just ahead for tomorrow,you can find plenty of NBA games upcoming, with 10 games being played so get your bets ready and placed on one of our featured sportsbooks we have on CasinoReview.org. We’ll see you tomorrow and from us to you, good luck and good night.

Aaron G.