GAMBLING GUIDE

Bookie Busters: Money, money, money

Money, money everywhere. Illustration by Matt Cardy/Getty Images

In Albanian, its pronounced para, in Dutch and German, geld. In Spanish, we often hear it referred to as dinero.

You know what it is Bookie Buster family. We call it CASH MONEY.

Money Money Moneyyyyyyyyy!

The last article plays

Juventus ML -150 2U

UPDATED   1:00 PM

Hoffenheim/ Lyon

BTTS and over 2.5  -175 5U MAX +5

Juventus TT over 1.5   5U MAX -7.5

Parlay 1U -1

Hoff/Lyon BTTS
Juventus TT over 1.5   

Halftime UPDATE    2:50 CST
Manchester City -3  -150 5U MAX +5

TNF

B. Roethlisberger TD passes over 2 5U MAX  +5
J.Conner pass receptions over 4½ over 1U +120  -1
J.Smith-Schuster pass receptions over 5½ 3U MAX  -3.9
Steelers TT over 27.5 3U MAX  +3
Steelers TT Over 6.5 first Q   1U +1

+5.6

The last article read 225.3+ 5.6 = 236.5

The hunt for 300 units continues.

New Plays

HANNOVER 96 VS VFL WOLFSBURG
Over 2.5 -105 1U
First half over -110   1U

 

UPDATE  11/9   8:08 CST

NBA

Jazz -3 first half 1U

 

UPDATE  8:22 CST

Shatterday!! Smash the books

Germany

Hoffenheim TT Over 2 3U MAX

Game over 3.5 1U

UPDATED *:57 CST

LEICESTER CITY VS BURNLEY LEICESTER -1 3U MAX

TT over 1.5 5U MAX

Game over 2.5 3U MAX

 

UPDATED 10:45 CST

Germany

Dortmund/Bayern

Dortmund +.5 2U

BTTS and over 2.5 5U MAX

 

UPDATED

Netherlands 

PSV TT over 2.5 MAX5U

Game over 3.5 2U

 

 

UPDATED 11/11

1:08 AM CST

Liverpool -1 first half

first half over 1.5

 

NFL SUNDAY

Pats-6.5

Lions+7 

 

D.Johnson Jr pass receptions over 4½ -160 5U MAX

 

T.Smith scores a receiving TD 1U +250

 

 

A.Jones receiving yards over 10½ -110 3U

Jones TD +125 1U

 

 

 

J .Graham pass receptions over 3½ 3U

 

Scores TD 1U +155

 

 

 

D.Lewis receiving yards over 34½ 5U MAX

D.Lewis pass receptions over 3½ 5U MAX

 

SNF 7:11 CST

W Smallwood over 1.5 receptions 3U

Eagles over 13.5 TT over first half 5U total of the day

Listen to the show for NFL picks!! 

 

Live Play    

Eagles -4.5 game 5U BANGER

MNF    6:13 CST

Barkley over 6.5 receptions 2U

Shepard over 4.5 receptions 2U

Giants live Play 2U

 

 

NBA   10:43 CST

Atlanta +10 2nd half 1U

 

 

For any questions or comments reach me @JerryBoKnowz Twitter.

Be sure to check out my show MoneyLine with Josh Jordan on ESPN 97.5. We’re on every Sunday from 10-noon, and we’ll talk a lot of fantasy football and NFL gambling. Also, be sure to follow us @Moneyline975 on Twitter.

 

Most Popular

SportsMap Emails
Are Awesome

Listen Live

ESPN Houston 97.5 FM
Watson's accusers appeared on Real Sports on Tuesday night. Photo by Nick Cammett/Getty Images.

HBO Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel’s heavily promoted and much anticipated examination of Deshaun Watson’s legal mess involving alleged sexual misconduct shed little new light and merely presented a summary of well worn he said/she (x22) said accusations and denials.

The episode debuted Tuesday night on the premium cable service and will be repeated dozens of times throughout the week on HBO’s platforms. Check your local listings for times and channel.

The segment was hosted by Soledad O’Brien who presented compelling face-to-face interviews with two of the quarterback’s accusers: massage therapists Ashley Solis and Kyla Hayes. Their stories were detailed and graphic. Both cried during the interviews.

Solis: “As I’m working, he deliberately grabs himself and put his penis on my hand. I pulled my hand away instantly and I started crying. I told that I’m done. I don’t want to do this anymore.”

Solis said she felt threatened when Watson, before leaving the session, allegedly told her: “I know you have a career to protect, and I know that you don’t want anyone messing with it, just like I don’t want anyone messing with mine.”

Solis added, “That’s when I got really scared because that sounded like a threat to me.”

Hayes: “He wanted me to kind of make a V motion in his pelvic area. I just kept massaging and did what he asked, until his penis kept touching me repeatedly as I did it.”

Hayes said that Watson had an orgasm, which she said was “mortifying, embarrassing and disgusting.”

O’Brien asked Hayes why she continued to have contact via email with Watson after their encounter.

Hayes: "I wasn't sure what he was capable of. He could've physically assaulted me. He could've bashed my business, so I had to protect myself and my business the best way I saw fit. Did I ever see him again after that? No. Did I give him the runaround? Yes."

O’Brien pointed out that two separate grand juries in Texas heard criminal accusations against Watson and neither found enough evidence to indict him.

Solis and Hayes, and 20 other massage therapists have filed civil suits against Watson. The cases aren’t expected to reach a courtroom until next March. Both sides could reach a settlement before then which would effectively shut down any legal action against Watson. However, both sides say they aren’t interested in any pretrial settlements. That’s what they say now, anyway.

After being banished to the sidelines for the 2021 season by the Houston Texans, Watson signed a historic, 5-year fully guaranteed $230 million contract with the Cleveland Browns.

Hayes said she feels Watson “is being rewarded for bad behavior." Solis said, "It's just like a big screw you. That's what it feels like. That we (the Browns) don't care. He can run and throw, and that's what we care about.”

Watson currently is participating in preseason workouts with the Browns and, at the moment, is cleared to play the upcoming NFL season.

That is unless the NFL suspends Watson for some, most or all of the 2022 season. NFL commissioner Roger Goodell has said the league is nearing completion of its independent investigation into Watson’s case and will reach a decision “shortly,” probably this summer. The NFL and NFL Players Association mutually agreed to have former U.S. District Judge Sue Robinson decide whether or not Watson violated the league’s Personal Conduct Policy and what discipline should be handed down if he did.

The Browns are scheduled to play the Texans on Dec. 4 at NRG Stadium in Houston.

O’Brien said, while producing the Real Sports piece, she tried to interview Watson, his attorneys and the Cleveland Browns for their side of the story. All declined.

During a press conference in March to announce his joining the Browns, Watson denied any inappropriate behavior with the massage therapists.

Watson: “I never assaulted any woman. I’ve never disrespected any woman. I was raised to be genuine and respect everyone around me. I’ve never done the thing that these people are alleging. My mom and my aunties didn’t raise me that way.”

Leah Graham, a member of Watson’s legal team, sat for an interview after O’Brien’s segment was complete.

Graham: "It's 22 women. It's one lawyer. There's only one lawyer who was willing to take these cases. And as we know from Ashley Solis’ deposition, Mr. (Houston attorney Tony) Buzbee was not the first, probably not the second or third lawyer she went to, but he was the only one to take her case. Why? Not because it had merit, but because he would use these cases to increase his social media following and quite frankly to get on shows like this one.”

My reaction after watching the Real Sports segment? We weren’t in the room when the massage therapists worked on Watson. We weren’t in the grand jury room when evidence against Watson was presented. We don’t know what happened. We don’t know what will happen if these cases go to trial.

Until then all we have is one big, lurid, embarrassing mess. In American courtrooms, defendants are presumed innocent. That’s often the opposite in the court of public opinion. We’ll just have to wait while the wheels of justice grind painfully slow.

SportsMap Emails
Are Awesome