Lot’s of News Today From the NFL, and NCAA March Madness. Maybe even a touch of Charlie Sheen Stay tuned.
Busy Monday morning here at SmPicks, With the NCAA March Madness announcing the brackets yesterday, the NFL Lockout, Even alittle bit about everyones favorite Nut Case Charlie Sheen. Let’s kick this day off right now.
March Madness or as We like to call it Matthews Madness – officially known as the Men’s College Basketball Tournament, or just the NCAA Tournament , or better, The Big Dance – officially kicks off with Selection Sunday , when the brackets are filled and the College Basketball Betting can begin. And Basketball Betting fans will have no shortage of TV coverage as the 2011 NCAA Tournament marks the first year of a new 14-year agreement between CBS and the NCCA in which CBS will team up with Turner Sports and its top stations – TNT, TBS and truTV – to provide wall-to-wall coverage of every game. Read more
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Over to The NFL and the Lockout. It looks like this is going to get Nasty. During a lockout, the NFL prohibits discussion about current players and pending free agents between agents and teams. FOX Sports reports that the league has “warned coaches and team officials” not to engage in any such conversations while the lockout is in place. Read More Guys sit down and talk this out this is not a good time for a strike maybe you can hire Kate Reed from Fairly Legal on USA to help you out
Finally a shout out to Charlie Sheen. Charlie keep up what your doing and If you change your mind and want to start betting on sports again I would love to point you in the right direction and get you on the winning team here at Smpicks.com.
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Tons of Basketball news to go over today, First over on ESPN Today is the Fighting Illini vs the Michigan Wolverines clash in the Big Ten Tournament. Illinois (19-12 SU, 15-13-1 ATS, 9-9 Big Ten) had a great start to the season and at one point was ranked as high as 16th. But the wheels fell off in the second half, as the Fighting Illini dropped nine of their last 15 games.The same could be said of Michigan (19-12 SU, 17-8 ATS, 9-9 Big Ten), which had just two losses before starting Big Ten play. Read More
Mean while in the ACC Tournament We have the No. 7 North Carolina Tar Heels are the favorite heading into their ACC Tournament opener against the unranked Miami Hurricanes , but they can’t afford to take the pesky ‘Canes lightly.The conference rivals clash Friday in an ACC quarterfinal matchup in Greensboro, NC (12 pm ET, ESPN2).The Tar Heels (24-6 SU, 14-2 ACC) may still be riding the high of beating their archrival Duke Blue Devils in the regular season finale last weekend, but the Hurricanes (19-13 SU, 6-10 ACC) showed they are a force to be reckoned with when they beat the Virginia Cavaliers 69-62 in overtime in their first round matchup Thursday. Read More
We also have news out of the NBA about Deron Williams and Carmelo Anthony. Read More
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It’s often said that any of the pro sports leagues would welcome a franchise in Las Vegas because athletes love the place, largely because they love gambling.Look no further than a guy named Charlie Sheen , who is said to have spent hundreds of thousands on sports betting over the past few decades.And just last weekend, NFL Hall of Fame running back Emmitt Smith could be found at Caesars Palace, front and center at the annual NBC National Heads-Up Poker Championship.Smith said he’s pretty new to the game, but it’s getting a grip on him. “I took a crash course from someone famous, but I’m not going to tell you who,” said Smith. He added that he and his Dallas Cowboys teammates would regularly play cards on flights, but not poker.
Smith was up against pro poker player David Williams, who finished second in the 2004 World Series of Poker. Smith said he had no problem getting a read on Williams. “You know how us football players do,” he said. “We study our opponents.”Also on hand for the event in Las Vegas was “ Seinfeld ” star Jason Alexander and actor Don Cheadle. “George Costanza” is an avid poker player. He was even in the WSOP main event in 2007 but was eliminated the second day.There are a number of celebrities who have made a fortune not just with their movies, but with poker.Tobey Maguire, best known for his role as Spiderman, has cashed in several poker tournaments. According to poker pro Phil Hellmuth, Maguire has won more than $10 million on Internet poker.And Ben Affleck was the first celebrity to win a major open poker tournament when he won the California State Poker Championship, picking up $356,400. He has even sought out a poker mentor in pro Annie Duke.It’s definitely not the money these celebrities and athletes are after. It must be the rush.
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On to todays News first in the NCAA Basketball news
The Butler Bulldogs and the Milwaukee Panthers clash Tuesday in the Horizon League title game on Tuesday at the U.S. Cellular Arena in Milwaukee (9 pm ET, ESPN).Butler (22-9 SU, 14-13-1 ATS, 13-5 Horizon) heads into the Horizon League championship on a roll with eight straight wins, and will likely be the only team in the conference headed to the NCAA Tournament READ MORE
Next up is the No. 19 Connecticut Huskies are stumbling into the Big East Tournament, with four losses in their past five games. But the Huskies couldn’t have hoped for a better first-round matchup.UConn will face the lowly DePaul Blue Demons when the Big East men’s championship opens on Tuesday at Madison Square Garden (12 pm ET, ESPN2). READ MORE
Finally SmPicks.com would like to wish a speedy recovery to Steve Sabol president of NFL Film who is in a Kansas City hospital recovering from a seizure he had Saturday night. READ MORE
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