Belmont Stakes, NBA Finals and Plenty to Bet On

The NBA Finals continue this weekend (NBA line), while
the Belmont Stakes (Belmont Stakes
morning line
) gives bettors another option on top of MLB, AFL, WNBA, NASCAR and Formula 1.

The NBA Finals between the Lakers and Celtics tipped off on Thursday night
with a 98-88 win by the Celts, and after two days off the series resumes in Boston
with Game 2 on Sunday. Game 3 is scheduled for Tuesday night back in Los
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The 140th running of the Belmont Stakes goes on Saturday night with Big
Brown looking to snap a 30-year Triple Crown drought. Big Brown is a huge
favorite to make history at 1/3, while Casino Drive
is considered to be his biggest threat at 5/2.

In the Major Leagues this weekend Cleveland
takes on Detroit in what was
supposed to be a matchup of the top contenders in the American League Central.
Other AL divisional matchups include Baltimore
at Toronto, Minnesota
at the White Sox and the Angels at Oakland.
The rest of the AL weekend
schedule sees Seattle at Boston,
City at the Yankees and Tampa
at Texas.

In the National League this weekend the only divisional matchups
on tap are Philadelphia at Atlanta
and St Louis at Houston.
Some other interesting matchups include Cincinnati
at Florida, Milwaukee
at Colorado and the Cubs at the
Dodgers. Rounding out the rest of the NL series are Arizona
at Pittsburgh, San
at Washington
and the Mets at San Diego.

On the gridiron this weekend Week 15 in the AFL kicks off on Saturday with a
very busy day that includes six games. Starting things off on Saturday night is
New Orleans at New
(-1.5), Chicago at Cleveland
(+4.5) Colorado at Grand
(-6) and Georgia
at Columbus (+4). The rest of the Saturday schedule includes Orlando
at Tampa Bay
(-3.5) and Philadelphia at Dallas

Sunday’s AFL schedule includes only one contest, as Arizona
takes on Kansas City (-3).

In the WNBA, the weekend gets started on Friday
night with six games. They include Minnesota
at Connecticut, Chicago
at Atlanta, Houston
at New York, Washington
at San Antonio, Detroit
at Sacramento and Phoenix
at Los Angeles.

There are three more games on Saturday, as Houston
battles Indiana, Atlanta
takes on Chicago and Detroit
travels to Seattle. Three more
games finish off the weekend on Sunday, as Washington
faces Connecticut, Sacramento
drops in on New York and San
clashes with Minnesota.

The drivers of NASCAR return to the track on Sunday at Pocono Raceway in the
Pocono 500. Jeff Gordon won at Pocono last season, but Kyle Busch will be the
favorite heading into the race, as the points leader goes for his fifth win of
the season.

Formula 1 also takes to the track in North America on
Sunday with the Canadian Grand Prix at Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve
in Montreal. Lewis Hamilton is the
defending champion of this event and he should be one of the favorites to top
the podium again coming off a win in the Monaco Grand Prix two weeks ago.

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