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Las Vegas - No hoops, no ice, so we turn to the MLB board, and roll out to Chicago for a play on Michael Kopech and the White Sox over the Rangers. Kopech's record looks just average at 2-2, but this flamethrower is anything but average. He has started 10 times and had only one bad outing. That was against the Blue Jays up in Toronto. However, he turned it around REAL quick in his last start, throwing six innings worth of bagels and allowing only ONE hit.

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Las Vegas - Heading over to Europe for some UEFA Nations League afternoon action, and the first stop is Molineux Stadium in Wolverhampton where we'll buy England over Italy. The Three Lions have not won a game yet in their group, but should be able to run past a very young Azzurri team. Then we cross the North Sea to Amsterdam, and throw a handful of chips at the Netherlands over Poland.

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Las Vegas - IMPOSSIBLE to make an intelligent play on the Warriors/Celtics game tonight without knowing the extent of Steph Curry's injury. If anyone tells you different, RUN! Of course he is listed as probable and Golden State will do its CIA thing and not divulge any further info. So, we need to wait until warmups to decide how and how much to bet. Obviously, if Steph is OUT, the line jumps a few points and we UNLOAD on Boston at any price.

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Las Vegas - Quick trip to Geneva where Switzerland will be hosting Spain in the UEFA Nations League. The Spanish side was held to a 2-2 draw the last time out against the Czech Republic and will be very anxious to pick up all three points with a win. La Roja will have their main starting 11 back while the Swiss will be without arguably their best player, centre-back Fabian Schar. Gonna ask Spain to pay for my gorgeous paella dinner.

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Las Vegas - If you know of anyone that is pitching better than Miami's Sandy Alcantara, PLZ yell at me. Alcantara got off to a slow start, maybe because he's on a lousy team, with only two wins in his first six outings. But since a start at Arizona on May 11, Sandy has been LIGHTS OUT! He has started five times, won four, and allowed only three earned runs over 39 innings for a SPECTACULAR 0.69 ERA! You can throw in 40 Ks, yea, FORTY, over that 39 inning stretch.

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