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Boxing, Baseball, NBA News today

Good afternoon How about something a little bit different, Some Boxing News, MLB and

Floyd Money Mayweather is an avid sports betting fan why loves March Madness . He loves Las Vegas, too. Never actually heard Mayweather say either of those things, mind you, but it’s safe to assume he does indeed love both when you consider his recent winnings on College Basketball.Last Thursday when the Duke Blue Devils were upset 93-77 by the Arizona Wildcats in the Sweet 16 round, a lot of bettors probably took a bath. The Blue Devils were a No. 1 seed and heavily favored to not just beat Arizona, but to win it all.Mayweather bet $100,000 on Duke, but the thing is, he bet on the Blue Devils first half line, which had them favored by 5 points. Duke led by 6 at the half, and Mayweather pocketed a $90,909 profit.In an interview with ESPN radio, the boxer admitted he is really into sports betting. Read More

Take me out to the ball game take me out to the crowd that’s right it’s baseball time. The first pitch of the 2011 MLB season gets thrown out Thursday at Yankee Stadium, where the Bronx Bombers open their season against the Detroit Tigers (1:05 pm ET, ESPN).With the opening of the MLB season and the Final Four on this weekend, it’s a great time to be a sports bettor. I’ve had a lot of success in MLB over the years, and I’m looking forward to getting my clients off to a good start this year. Read More

Over to the NBA New Jersey Nets, New York Knicks clash on ESPN The New Jersey Nets have pretty much been eliminated from the NBA Playoff picture – it’s not official, but when you’re in 12th place in the Eastern Conference and 8.5 games back of the 8th place Indiana Pacers with nine games remaining, it may as well be.But at least the Nets may have guard Deron Williams back in the lineup when they take on the New York Knicks in an Atlantic division clash at Madison Square Garden on Wednesday (7:30 pm ET, ESPN).Williams, who New Jersey acquired in a trade with the Utah Jazz in February, has missed the team’s last five games with an injured right wrist.And the Nets will want to put on a show Wednesday, not just because they’re facing their Manhattan neighbors but because the nationally televised tilt marks the first time the team will be on coast-to-coast TV in two years. Read More

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