What To Bet On This Week After the Super Bowl

The Super Bowl took over sportsbooks like WagerWeb last week, but this week the attention changes.

The Olympics starts on the weekend and you will find a few options there, but until then, you have some hoops action along with hockey and golf.

The Clippers Welcome The Champs From Miami

Miami has looked like a team that is tired from two straight championship runs and going for the three-peat, but they can still turn it on when they have to.

Look for them to bring their A-game on Wednesday night as they visit the Los Angeles Clippers, who have been chugging along without point guard Chris Paul, who could be back from injury this week.

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Can The Jayhawks Avoid The Upset At Baylor?

Kansas has a ton of talent on their roster, but they can still look young, especially on the road where they were thumped at Texas last week.

The Jayhawks will try to right the ship on Tuesday when they head to Baylor, who are coming off an upset win on the road at Oklahoma State.

Maple Leafs Aim To End Skid Against Canucks

Toronto hasn’t beaten Vancouver since November 2003, a skid of 11 games.

Before the NHL regular season hits the Olympic break, the Maple Leafs will host the Canucks on Saturday night in a massive game that would give Toronto some confidence to carry into the break and beyond.

Snedeker Tries To Defend Pebble Beach Title

Brandt Snedeker set a record with 267 strokes en route to the win at Pebble Beach last year, and he would love to go back-to-back.

The last player to do that here was Dustin Johnson in 2009 and 2010, and Johnson will be playing in the pro-am portion of the event with future father-in-law Wayne Gretzky, just one of many stars you will see when the tournament starts on Thursday.

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