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5 Sports to Choose from This Week

February 18, 2014

It is easy to be overwhelmed this week as there is a lot going on in sports. Here are just five options you have in your sportsbook, but you will stumble upon more.

The Olympics – All Week, Check Your Sportsbook For Times

The Olympics wraps up this week and the anchor event is hockey, where you will find the women’s championship game on Thursday as three-time defending gold medalists Canada and the United States meet for the second time in the tournament. The men’s tourney also rolls on, finishing on Sunday. Sign Up at Sportsbook Now

Miami Heat @ Oklahoma City Thunder – Thursday, 8:00 PM ET

Oklahoma City’s Kevin Durant has moved ahead of four-time MVP LeBron James in the MVP race, and really made his statement by leading the Thunder to a win in Miami on January 29th. James will be out to even the score when the Heat go to OKC on Thursday in the early game of the TNT doubleheader. Sign Up at Sportsbook Now

Syracuse Orangemen @ Duke Blue Devils – Saturday, 7:00 PM ET

These top-five teams played the game of the season on February 1st with Syracuse pulling it out in overtime. The undefeated Orangemen are still unbeaten as they head to Cameron to take on the Blue Devils, who will be playing their third game in four days. Sign Up at Sportsbook Now

UFC 170 – Saturday, 10:00 PM ET

Ronda Rousey looks to defend her bantamweight title against Sara McCann on Saturday in Las Vegas, but there are a few other intriguing matchups at UFC 170, especially Rory MacDonald and Demian Maia. Sign Up at Sportsbook Now

Daytona 500 – Sunday, 1:00 PM ET

Finally, the green flag drops on the NASCAR campaign in Daytona, where anyone can win due to the nature of restrictor-plate racing. Rookie Austin Dillon, in the #3 made famous by the late Dale Earnhardt Sr., will start the race on the pole. Sign Up at Sportsbook Now

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