The Daily Sweat: ACC Betting Guide, Key Line Moves, and Crypto!

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Well, if you thought yesterday’s edition of The Daily Sweat was loaded, you’d better buckle up for what’s in store today.

ACC action

Our college basketball experts broke down tonight’s Duke-Lousiville and UNC-Syracuse matchups so you’re all set for tonight’s ACC action.

Still raking

Today’s edition of Wake and Rake also looks at an ACC matchup that has been consistently bet by wiseguys throughout the day.

Brunch time

Mark Gallant breaks down another ACC contest, this time showing an example of a wager receiving two-way action from sharp bettors.

Key line moves

We talk about sharp action often here at The Action Network, but there are other factors, like injuries, public action, etc., that have significant effects on the betting market as well.


Jonathan Bales explains his first foray into cryptocurrency and why DFS players and gamblers have the mindsets to be successful traders.

Futures bets

John Ewing of Bet Labs compares NBA playoff props to simulation results in order to determine which are currently offering value.

Situational spots

Wes Reynolds has eight more matchups offering situational betting value, including “Fat and Happy”, “Hangover”, and “Sandwich” spots. Reminds me of the morning after the Daytona 500.

Trendy like Snoop

Mark Gallant is back, looking at one of the day’s most popular underdog plays and why it may actually be a good wager to consider.

Honda Classic betting guide

A field that includes heavy-hitters such as Tiger Woods, Sergio Garcia and Rickie Fowler can only mean one thing…it’s time for a betting guide!

The (Qatar) Masters

The team at The Action Network is so deep that we’re now able to break down European Tour events for betting value, and that’s exactly what Bryan Mears has skillfully accomplished.

Awards season

Matt Moore utilizes current betting odds to rank his favorites for NBA MVP, Rookie of the Year, and Coach of the Year awards.

Top Photo: North Carolina Tar Heels head coach Roy Williams

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