Bolt vs. Blake 200m Odds, USA vs. Australia Line, Preseason NFL Betting Intel

The Olympic quarterfinals men’s basketball odds are up.  In track and field it’s Usain Bolt vs. Yohan Blake in the 200 meter betting line.

So is the official betting podcast preview of this week’s NFLX.  Below are the men’s basketball odds including the USA vs. Australia and the US women a whopping favorite to win the gold.

But first a free MLB pick from the The Canadian Crew.

New York Yankees (-140) at Detroit Tigers  Wednesday at 7:05 p.m. ET

Anibal Sanchez will make his third start of the year for Detroit.  The right-hander was acquired in a trade with Miami, and he has solid if unspectacular numbers on the year (6-8, 3.99 ERA).  Sanchez was lit up in his first game as a Tiger, as the Jays torched him for five runs in six innings.  He bounced back in last week’s win over Cleveland, allowing two runs (just one earned) in six innings of work.  Sanchez has faced the Yankees just once in his career, tossing 5.2 shutout innings a couple of seasons ago.

The Yankees will counter with ace C.C. Sabathia.  The southpaw is chugging along as expected, going 11-3 with a 3.53 ERA this season.  He’s coming off a fantastic start against Seattle, allowing just three hits and three runs in a complete-game victory.  Sabathia added 10 strikeouts against the overwhelmed Mariners lineup.  He’s now allowed three runs or less in three of his past four starts and has 28 strikeouts in his last 28 innings.  Sabathia is already 2-0 with a 3.00 ERA in two starts against Detroit this year; he’s 17-12 with a 4.44 ERA in 34 career starts against the Tigers.

How Sanchez settles in with the Tigers over the long haul remains to be seen.  Sabathia is a much more sure thing, especially with the potent Yankees lineup backing him up. 

Argentina vs Brazil – Quarterfinals
Wed 8/8   751 Argentina   -4½ -110-4 -117-5 -101-3½ -123-5½ +108  -190  o159½ -110o159 -118o160 -103o158½ -125o160½ +103  o81½ -110  u81½ -110
3:00PM   752 Brazil   +4½ -110+4 -103+5 -119+3½ +103+5½ -128  +165  u159½ -110u159 -102u160 -117u158½ +105u160½ -123  o77½ -110  u77½ -110
Australia vs USA – Quarterfinals
Wed 8/8   753 Australia   +32 -110+31½ -103+32½ -119+31 +103+33 -127  +7000  o190 -110o189½ -116o190½ -101o189 -123o191 +107  o79 -110  u79 -110
5:15PM   754 USA   -32 -110-31½ -117-32½ -101-31 -123-33 +107  -18500  u190 -110u189½ -104u190½ -119u189 +103u191 -127  o111½ -110  u111½ -110
Spain vs France – Quarterfinals
Wed 8/8   755 Spain   -6 -110-5½ -117-6½ +100-5 -123-7 +112  -270  o152½ -110o152 -118o153 -104o151½ -125o153½ +104  o79 -110  u79 -110
11:15AM   756 France   +6 -110+5½ -103+6½ -120+5 +103+7 -132  +230  u152½ -110u152 -102u153 -116u151½ +105u153½ -124  o73½ -110  u73½ -110
Women’s Basketball – Gold Medal Winner
Thu 8/9   201 USA wins women’s basketball gold    -1500  
12:00PM   202 Field wins women’s basketball gold    +1000      

Also it’s Bolt vs. Blake in the men’s 200m.

 

Men’s 200m – Gold Medal Winner
U.Bolt & Y.Blake must compete in semifinals for action
Wed 8/8   501 U.Bolt wins men’s 200m    -525  
3:10PM   502 Field wins men’s 200m gold    +415  
U.Bolt & Y.Blake must compete in semifinals for action
Wed 8/8   503 Y.Blake wins men’s 200m    +430  
3:10PM   504 Field wins men’s 200m gold    -560  
U.Bolt & Y.Blake must compete in semifinals for action
Wed 8/8   505 W.Weir wins men’s 200m    +6000  
3:10PM   506 Field wins men’s 200m gold    -15000  
U.Bolt & Y.Blake must compete in semifinals for action
Wed 8/8   507 C.Lemaitre wins men’s 200m    +12000  
3:10PM   508 Field wins men’s 200m gold    -36000  
U.Bolt & Y.Blake must compete in semifinals for action
Wed 8/8   509 W.Spearmon wins men’s 200m    +30000  
3:10PM   510 Field wins men’s 200m gold    -90000  
Men’s 200m – to advance further, then best finishing position
Wed 8/8   601 Usain Bolt (JAM)    -550  
3:10PM   602 Yohan Blake (JAM)    +425  
Wed 8/8   605 Wallace Spearmon (USA)    -135  
3:10PM   606 Churandy Martina (NED)    +115  
Wed 8/8   609 Christophe Lemaitre (FRA)    -125  
3:10PM   610 Warren Weir (JAM)    +105      

Today’s sports betting picks are at OffshoreInsiders.com

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Grandmaster Sports Handicapper Joe Duffy got his start in the sports handicapping industry with the Dial Sports (Communications Team) audiotext network. It was owned by sportswriter, broadcaster and handicapping pioneer Mickey Charles. Dial Sports was the sister company of the popular Sports Network Wire Service.

Upon graduating California University of PA, where he was a play-by-play announcer on student radio station WVCS (now WCAL) and cable channel 29 (now CUTV), he became a full-time sports announcer and handicapper for the Sportsline scorephone network.

He learned from NFL legends coach Hank Stram and broadcasting icon Ray Scott the ins and outs of the sports betting world.

His Amazing Cadillac Club became the most successful 900-number in sports betting history. He left to become the first General Manager of the Freescoreboard scorephone network broadcast all over North America.

His articles have appeared on several dozen websites and hard copy publications.
He is now CEO of OffshoreInsiders.com, the top sports betting site in the world.

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