This week’s episode of Bet Slippin’ Podcast, SportsbookWire’s sports betting podcast, runs the board on the biggest topics in sports betting this week. Hosts Geoff Clark and Esten McLaren discuss J.J. Watt signing with the Arizona Cardinals and the affect on the Super Bowl LVI futures betting market. They also look at Julius Randle‘s case to be the NBA’s Most Improved Player and break down the 2021 Arnold Palmer Invitational.
Geoff also continues with his weekly segment of forecasting NBA games he’ll be betting this week ahead of the 2020-21 NBA All-Star Game. He sets his projected line and tells listeners his limit on the spread and why he likes a particular side.
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Bet Slippin’ Podcast Segments
J.J. Watt ️ Arizona Cardinals
Geoff and Esten discuss whether Watt’s surprise signing in Arizona makes the Cardinals a true Super Bowl LVI contender. Esten bought in early in the wake of the news, but the value is quickly disappearing.
Julius Randle soaring up MIP board
The New York Knicks power forward is having a career season and has the Knicks in the thick of the Eastern Conference playoffs picture. Geoff and Esten are in agreement on Randle being severely undervalued by the books, but also offer up a couple of other long shots.
Arnold Palmer Invitational ️️
Esten breaks down the course, field and stats for the 2021 Arnold Palmer Invitational. He highlights a few long shots and makes his favorite matchup picks but has a tough time fading betting favorite Rory McIlroy this week.
Sports Betting Podcast Timeline
J.J. Watt signs with Arizona Cardinals | Time – 2:32
Julius Randle to win Most Improved Player | Time – 12:40
Arnold Palmer Invitational | Time – 26:49
NBA lookahead | Time – 43:06
Goin’ To The Window | Time – 53:15
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