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The perfect plan for betting the best in sports over the holiday weekend


Make some room for these great must-watch events.

The perfect plan for betting the best in sports over the holiday weekend
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It’s the holidays, which means a packed schedule of visitors, get-togethers, and friendly drop-ins. That doesn’t leave too much time for the important things, like watching and basketball betting online on all the awesome sports during the Christmas break.

As your calendar fills up for the Xmas weekend, try to make some room for these great must-watch events.

December 23: Kentucky Wildcats vs. UCLA Bruins (N/A)
These basketball blue bloods collide on Xmas Eve eve in the Big Easy for the CBS Sports Classic. Kentucky comes into this week ranked No. 6 in the Coaches Poll, fresh off a solid win against Virginia Tech. The Wildcats’ young roster has really started to find its forum offensively, averaging 93 points over its last four games. This is a bit of a revenge spot for UCLA, which was bounced from the NCAA tournament by Kentucky in the Sweet 16 last March.

The Bruins have had a troublesome December. Not only did they lose three of their top talents to suspension for the shoplifting situation in China – which led to LiAngelo Ball leaving the program – but UCLA has lost back-to-back outings heading into this week. The Bruins have been a bad bet to start the season, posting a 3-7 ATS count.

December 24: Seattle Seahawks at Dallas Cowboys (-4.5)
The Cowboys get an early Xmas gift in the form of star running back Ezekiel Elliott, who returns from a six-game suspension in Week 16. Without Elliott in the backfield, Big D went 3-3 but did win the last three games of that stretch to keep the team’s postseason hopes alive. Dallas is a much more potent attack with Zeke rushing the ball, and that frees up Dak Prescott with playaction and option attacks.

The Seahawks are licking their wounds after a 42-7 shelling at the hands of the Los Angeles Rams. Seattle has multiple injuries on defense and is a shell of its former self, giving up a total of 72 points the past two games. Russell Wilson remains the lone offensive option for the Seahawks. He was running for his life the past two games – sacked a combined nine times – and now faces a Cowboys defense that boasts DE Demarcus Lawrence, who’s third in the NFL with 13.5 sacks.

December 25: Cleveland Cavaliers at Golden State Warriors (-7.5)
Not only is this a highly-anticipated rematch of the 2017 NBA Finals, won of course by Golden State, but this is a meeting of two of the hottest teams in the NBA. Since December 1, these two NBA superpowers have totaled a 15-1 SU mark heading into Monday’s action. Cleveland took this game by one point last Xmas Day, covering the spread as a 3.5-point home underdog.

The Warriors could be down a couple bodies come December 25. Power forward Draymond Green is missing time with a bad shoulder and, more notably, Stephen Curry is very questionable for this matchup with the Cavs after suffering a severe sprained right ankle. That would put a lot of weight on Kevin Durant to pick up the slack, with LeBron James guarding him, most likely.

December 26: Catcus Bowl – Kansas State Wildcats vs. UCLA Bruins (+2.5)
Collect yourself the day after Christmas – AKA Boxing Day – with this interesting bowl matchup in Phoenix, Arizona. The Bruins are under the leadership of Jedd Fisch as interim head coach, following UCLA firing head coach Jim Mora in mid-November. They should have star quarterback Josh Rosen under center for this bowl game, after he left the season finale with a shoulder injury.

Kansas State is a slight favorite here despite head coach Bill Synder’s ineptitude against the spread in bowl games, going just 5-12 ATS. The Wildcats saved some of their best football for last, winning five of their last six, including close wins over Oklahoma State and Iowa State. Freshman Skylar Thompson is the man under center and KSU’s third QB option this season. He’s played well in his limited starts, especially in those final two wins of the season to boost KSU’s record to 7-5.

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