Hockey wraps up, more MLB wagering, and NBA Finals tonight

Being the hockey fan that I am, I must admit that this year was one of the best hockey seasons I’ve seen in quite a while. The new additions to the game created a faster, more intense sport that was much more balanced between teams than ever before. Although the Stanley Cup game last night in Anaheim last night ended in a blowout, there was plenty of great action on the ice, and fans were given a high-flying treat to end the season on. Congratulations are in order for the Anaheim Ducks, who not only scored my a bit of extra cash in my online sportsbook account, but took home the first West Coast Stanley Cup in only their 14th year of team existence. It is true that to win in any sport, it takes great team play, great leadership, and a great fanbase to bring home a title. The Ducks certainly showed that they had everything it takes by winning last night 6-2 in front of a deafening home crowd at the Honda Center. While I’m sad to see the NHL conclude, we all know what’s ahead for tonight’s sports action´┐Ż

The NBA Finals are at hand, folks. A great series between a dynasty team in San Antonio and a new comer in Cleveland should definitely be worth taking out a couple of wagers at our best online sportsbooks here at With only a few more hours before game time, make sure that you get some money down on the opening game, and as stated before, I’m taking the Cavaliers with the points in this one, and hoping for a close game all the way. Finally, all the hype for the series can stop, and we can get down to the action that sports fans really want to see. I had to laugh just a little bit when a sports column headline read ‘Breaking down every LeBron James possession against the Spurs this season’. Wow. Although I’m always one to advocate doing as much research before a playoff series starts, the playoffs are a completely different ballgame, and everyone will need to watch the first game to see how the series will develop. Nonetheless, I expect LeBron James to be a bit quiet tonight, as the great San Antonio defense should be double teaming all night long. We’ll just have to wait and see what happens.

In other sports action today, The Boston Red Sox and Curt Schilling were one out away from a complete game, no-hit shutout of the Oakland A’s. Unfortunately, a first pitch single from Shannon Stewart ruined the already fine performance of Schilling, who still put up a great game in a complete game 1-0 victory in Oakland today. There is plenty more baseball action for all you sports fans today, so hop on one of our top sportsbooks and place your wagers before time runs out. It should be a great evening of sports, so place those bets, and grab your favorite seat in the house for Game 1 of the NBA Finals. Good luck in your online sports betting tonight, and cheers to another weekend just around the corner!

Aaron G.