NBA Finals Game 6, MLB and World Cup action highlight …

With another early morning filled with Soccer excitement once again, Tuesday greets sports fans to the biggest tournament of the year, as the 2010 FIFA World Cup continues with 3 more games set to start early on. Like any good sports fan, we’re up at the crack of dawn for the earliest of the games today, and to squeeze in a few wagers before the matches get underway. Amidst all the vuvuzela annoyances, the enjoyment of the World Cup can still be found with the great play, exciting early match-ups and rabid fans that help to make Soccer such a great sport. For us, and for online sports betting in particular, check into one of the best online sports betting sites reviewed here, such as the Sportsbetting sportsbook (read the review of, which features all of Tuesday’s exciting options for betting on Soccer, including the matches between New Zealand and Slovakia, Ivory Coast and Portgual, and Brazil vs. North Korea. Along with the World Cup this morning, let’s check out today’s NBA Finals betting options, along with Major League Baseball, which is already gearing up for this season’s All-Star Weekend!

As the NBA Finals has reached do-or-die time back in Los Angeles today, Lakers fans find themselves wondering whether or not their team can clutch up at home for back-to-back games in order to stave off elimination. Even star player Kobe Bryant shrugs off having confidence about coming up victorious against what has been a well-rounded Boston attack, utilizing their bench and not relying on the same player game after game. Los Angeles…not so much. When Kobe Bryant’s numbers have reached the high 30′s, the Lakers have struggled mightily against the opposition, and Sunday’s game was especially eye-awakening, as the 38 put up by Bryant shadowed over a relative lack of performance from all the rest of the Lakers. However, at home in front of what will be a rabid Los Angeles crowd, we’re pulling for the Lakers to even the series, but taking Boston to cover the modest 6.5 points spread given at the sportsbook. Another great look for today’s game, the 188 total points margin, which if the first two games of the series shows, should be clipped tonight with ease as both teams will likely be pressing the offensive attack.

In Major League Baseball today, look for more online sports betting excitement as Interleague play continues on, featuring interesting match-ups like Tampa Bay vs. Atlanta, the New York Yankees vs. Philadelphia Phillies (with a big pitching match-up between aces Roy Halladay and C.C. Sabathia), as well as well as Colorado vs. Minnesota and San Diego vs. Toronto. Check out all the options for betting on sports today across all the sports leagues in action, and take time to visit one of the top sportsbooks at to help maximize your sports enjoyment before all the games get underway!

Aaron G.