Free Cappers Sourced Worldwide – November 14


What if you had access to free cappers every day of the week? And what if those free cappers were among the best in the entire world winning consistently on a daily basis? Did you happen to see the word “free”? There’s no doubt that you would jump on the chance to have access to the top free cappers in the world. Now, you can when you join Sports Hub.

Sports Hub is a one-of-a-kind community of both handicappers and bettors that was created to fill a void in technology when it came to handicappers. Bettors all over the world can reap the benefits of these free cappers by becoming a member of SportsHub. Joining our community gives you access to the absolute best picks in this business, but there is so much more too.

Our Free Cappers Cover All Sports

Our network of free cappers allows us to cover most sports around the world. Our free cappers also provide outstanding content for our betting blog. We have writers stationed in the U.S., Canada, Costa Rica, and Europe. Our free cappers focus on the four major North American sports – football, baseball, basketball, and hockey – but cover other niche sports as well. 

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Our cappers cover all sports

Bettors can find picks and content that covers soccer, golf, tennis, mixed martial arts, and even cricket. There is a big cricket betting community that is underserved. Sports Hub’s free cappers work to cater to that community as well as many others. Some of our handicappers even specialize in this lesser-known sports. Whatever it is you seek, we’ve got you covered here at Sports Hub.

Free Cappers on Champions Classic

The early season State Farm Champions Classic begins today in Chicago. Four of the best college basketball teams in the country get together and play tonight at the United Center in the Windy City. No. 9 Duke will face No. 18 Michigan State in the first game. Top-ranked Kansas will take on No. 17 Kentucky in the late game.

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CBB’s Champions Classic is tonight in Chicago

Our free cappers will be all over both games. Bettors will find picks for the games in the members’ area. Go to the Pick Center, hover over Basketball Picks, and click. Here, you’ll find picks from our free cappers for not only the Champions Classic, but for all games of the NCAAB schedule. Bettors can also go to our Sports News section, access the drop-down menu, and click on basketball. This is where you will find great content on the Champions Classic as well as both NBA and college basketball.

Sports Hub Free Cappers Pile Up More Wins

So, about that access to free cappers. Imagine six of the best handicappers in the world. Let’s say that you were able to get all of their picks for yesterday’s events. You used all of those picks at your sportsbook, placing 24 different wagers. How many would you expect to win? That’s a lot of bets for a Monday night in November. You probably bet on a couple of different sports, maybe even one you’re not all that knowledgeable in? How many would you win?

Remember, the break-even point on all bets at standard odds of -110 is 52.4 percent. Could you win 13 of those bets and be happy? What would make you real happy is after you placed those 24 wagers using our free cappers picks, learning that you won 91.6 percent of them! 

That’s right. Yesterday, our top six handicappers on the leaderboard went 22-2 and won almost $2000 ($1970 to be exact)! And I can go all the way down – 38 deep – and find a ton of free cappers that won at least $100. When I say that our guys are the best in the world, I’m not jus blowing smoke. They are the best.

Let’s check out those top six free cappers.

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More wins for the best in the business
  • Sports Central: Yesterday’s leader went 7-2 overall and won $400 total. There were bets on four different sports. You could have tried to do all the work yourself or you could have gone to our database and used Sports Central’s picks. 
  • Newcomer wins big: At Sports Hub, we continually evaluate new talent and bring established free cappers on board. Sean Kuchman is one of those. Yesterday, Sean went 3-0 and earned a total of $370. He had the Avalanche covering the puckline against the Kraken at +170.
  • All 3-0: Sports Hub experts Kyle Buchman and Jimmy Liu as well as SWJ Sports and The Bookie all went 3-0 and each won $300. The Bookie has had a great week, going 17-7 with his picks for $935 in winnings. Kyle is 11-6 over the last seven days, adding $440 to his bankroll. That’s the beauty of Sports Hub. We’ve got multiple free cappers that win consistently. Pick one, pick two, pick however many you want. With our customizable leaderboards, you can see which handicappers are hot in the sports you want to bet.

Big Day in Sports Today

Now, you might think it’s just a random Tuesday in November. It’s football season, but there really isn’t any football. Basketball and hockey just started…meh. 

That would be the absolute worst attitude to have. Today’s schedule is loaded with betting opportunities. The oldest national soccer competition in the world begins its first round of competition. A preseason college basketball tournament is tonight. Not to be outdone, the NBA continues its in-season tournament and, there actually is some football on a Tuesday.

Here’s what we’ve got.

  1. MAC-tion: Toledo (9-1, 6-0) plays at Bowling Green (6-4, 4-2) in one of three MAC games tonight. Toledo will likely win the West Division. Bowling Green is still in the hunt for the East title. Miami (OH) (8-2, 5-1) plays tomorrow night. Western Michigan plays at Northern Illinois and Akron takes on Eastern Michigan in tonight’s other games. 
  2. NHL: There are nine games on the NHL schedule tonight. The Hulu doubleheader features Anaheim in Music City to face Nashville in the early game. Florida faces 2-12-1 San Jose in the nightcap.
  3. State Farm Champions Classic: The early season college basketball tournament has four of the top teams in the country. Duke faces Michigan State and Kansas plays Kentucky at the United Center in Chicago. There is more college basketball action on the schedule today. Check our free cappers in the members’ area for picks.
  4. The FA Cup: It’s the oldest national futbol competition in the world. The FA Cup was first played in 1871-72. After the qualifying rounds in August through October, the first round in the competition proper phase is set for today. There are eight matches scheduled today.
  1. More soccer: There is more soccer from around the world today too. The FIFA U-17 World Cup continues. The English EFL Trophy is one of a few leagues in Great Britain that is playing today. Check the schedule for South American soccer as well.
  2. In-season tournament: It’s a Tuesday in November. That means it’s NBA in-season tournament time. All of tonight’s games – 10 total – will count toward the NBA’s first-ever in-season tournament. TNT will broadcast two of the games. San Antonio and rookie phenom Victor Wembenyana will play Oklahoma City and the LA Clippers take on defending NBA champion Denver in the late game.
  3. Tennis tournaments continue: On the ATP Tour, the men are competing in the Nitto ATP Finals in Italy. The women will start second round play today in the LP Open by IND, which is taking place in Chile.

Things to Keep an Eye On This Week

Keeping in touch with things that are trending in the sports world will do wonders for your sports betting game. Our free cappers here are all about watching trends. There is always something happening behind the scenes that can affect the outcome of a sporting event. Here at Sports Hub, our connections run deep and our experience is vast and we can tell you this. Pay attention to what’s happening in the world of sports.

Here’s a look at trending sports news.

  • What’s wrong with Buffalo?: The Bills Mafia was out in full force last night, but they went home miffed by Buffalo’s loss to Denver on a last-second field goal. That was the Bills second loss in a row and third in its last four games. Buffalo is now 5-5 and in danger of not making the postseason. Keep an eye on the Bills.
  • Coaching carousel: Jimbo Fisher isn’t the only CFB coach without a job. Boise State fired Andy Avalos even though the Broncos are still in the hunt for a Mountain West title. Interestingly, there is $146 million out there in dead money being paid to Power 5 head coaches that were fired since 2022. These firings will ignite the annual coaching carousel, which will really heat up once the season ends.
  • Russell Wilson: Wilson went 24-for-29 for 193 yards and a touchdown last night in leading Denver to a 24-22 win over Buffalo. Wilson now has 18 touchdown passes for the season, which is two more than he had all of last season. Denver has now won three straight.

There are a few things to stay on top of throughout the week. We’ll have more for you tomorrow. We’ll also run down how our expert handicappers did with their picks today. More wins are on tap, I’m sure. Come back tomorrow for another dose of the daily report!