Monday Night sportsbook betting update

Monday gets a chance for sports fans to take a little bit of a breather, after NCAA basketball has been getting all kinds of crazy action for online sports betting fun. With a few more games scheduled tonight, I felt compelled to do a little wagering on our best online sportsbooks, taking out a couple of bets on the NCAA, NBA and the NHL. It’s been a long day already, and nothing could be better than getting home and quickly squeezing in a wager for the late games in store for tonight (even though I will admit that I got in some wagers this afternoon at lunch break´┐Żbad me!). With the Detroit Pistons looking for a surprising season sweep of the Orlando Magic, and the Hornets looking to continue their winning streak with a win over the Atlanta Hawks, I first stroll to (read the review of Superbook) to place wagers on these offerings. The games between the Lakers and Trailblazers and the Rockets and Nuggets will be another pair of great NBA games to check out, and as such I’m dropping another small wager combining these two games right away.

Elsewhere in the NBA, the Miami Heat should be able to hold off the Bulls who struggle on the road, taking advantage of Dwayne Wade’s tremendous play this year to overcome another visiting team. In further sportsbook wagering on basketball, a quick 5 dollar parlay seems in order for the conference finals in NCAA hoops, taking Gonzaga to clinch the WCC title, VCU over George Mason to get yet another NCAA tournament birth out of the CAA conferernce, and Siena over Niagara for the MAAC title. Sometimes it’s a pleasant change of pace to get out of your comfort zone and try wagering on some lesser know teams, especially when a few of those lesser known teams might end up being potential Cinderella stories coming into the brackets.

As for the NHL, I hopped over to (read the review of and took out one more sportsbook wager tonight for tonight’s action on the ice. I just couldn’t resist putting a little money down on the Los Angeles vs. Vancouver game since I will be attending the game in person at Staples Center this evening. I will certainly have to take the Canucks to beat the Kings, as that seems to be the case with every team that comes to play Los Angeles these days. To combine with this wager, I will take the ‘Canes to end the Rangers streak tonight, as well as the Leafs on the road over the Senators. That should do it for me this evening, so join me in kicking back for some great sports action, and thanks again for making your way to for all the best online sportsbooks and casinos on the web.

Aaron G.