Sports Hub was created to bring handicappers and bettors together. Bettors have the opportunity to build their bankroll by gaining access to the absolute best sports handicappers in the entire world. Signing up for a Sports Hub account opens doors to the handicappers in all sports. Looking for a guy that specializes in NFL? NBA? We’ve got it and it’s the fastest way to increase your bankroll.
Handicappers have to be cut from a certain cloth to be part of the Sports Hub network. These aren’t your ordinary cappers. We carefully screen and vet all of the members of our network. A SportsHub handicapper has a proven track record of winning over a long period of time. The great thing is that you too could become a handicapper. With our software, we are able to make dreams come true if you think you have what it takes to become an elite sports handicapper.
Building & Managing A Bankroll
Now, you can utilize Sports Hub to help you build your bankroll, but you still need to follow some simple rules. The members of our capper network will tell you the same thing. If you want to build a bankroll, it takes time and discipline. You have to have a strategy for managing your money.
It all starts with the size of your bankroll. Only bet with what you can afford to lose. That might be $50 a week or it could be $1000 a month. That’s your starting point. From there, you’ll set your unit size. The best in this business usually recommend betting 1 to 5 percent of your bankroll. For the bettor with a $1000 bankroll, that equates to wagers between $10 and $50.
Some cappers will wager different amounts – different unit sizes – depending upon how confident they are in a bet. A max bet of 5 units (5 percent) is reserved for the bets where the bettor is most confident. In our example, five units would equate to $50 for the bettor with the $1000 bankroll. The standard bet would be one unit or $10.
Never chase losses if you want to build your bankroll. You might lose several bets in a row. It happens, even to the best. Don’t arbitrarily decide to try and make up for those losses by wagering more than your typical unit size. That is a recipe for disaster.
A Recipe for Winning
Sports Hub handicappers are definitely not a recipe for disaster. They are, however, consistent winners. Yesterday, they were at it again. Scott’s Picks was the overall leader yesterday with $490 in winnings added to his bankroll. Right behind him were three Sports Hub exclusive handicappers – you can only find them here – James Anderson, Ryan Davis, Kyle Buchman. There were four more in the top 10, too.
Let’s take a look at how they did yesterday.
- Scott: As mentioned, Scott’s Picks was the big winner yesterday, going 6-1 and earning $490. The only miss was a college basketball pick. Scott hit three NBA picks and two NHL picks, which puts Scott at the top of the 7-day NHL leaderboard with $587 won in the last week. For the last 30 days overall, Scott’s Picks are up $1913.
- James: James Anderson took the No. 2 spot yesterday with four wins in four picks. He added $400 to his bankroll by nailing four CBB picks. Over the last 30 days, James has hit 55.9 percent of his 59 college basketball picks.
- Ryan: Ryan Davis took the No. 3 spot yesterday with a 3-0 record and $310 in winnings. Backing the Islanders at +110 gave him the advantage over…
- Kyle: Kyle Buchman hit all three of his picks (3-0) and earned $300. Over the last two days, Kyle is 5-1 and has earned $390.
- Jimmy: Jimmy Liu is a consistent winner and yesterday he went 2-0 and added $200 to his bankroll. Jimmy hit two more college basketball picks. If NCAAB is your thing, check out Bill Blatt. He’s been killing it, hitting 64 percent (32-18) of his college basketball picks over the last 30 days.
Yankees Are Out Shopping
The New York Yankees are trending after they opened up the wallet and signed a couple of big names. There are some injuries that will affect play this weekend in the NFL wild card playoffs. As if Florida State wasn’t smacked in the face enough with their CFP snub. The Seminoles are trending as a result of some NCAA action. And, just in…one day after Nick Saban and Bill Belichick leff their respective teams, the Patriots have a new head coach.
Let’s check it out.
- Yankees open up the checkbook: The Yankees agreed to a $31 million salary for OF Juan Soto and avoided arbitration. New York also opened up the bank account to sign P Marcus Stroman. The Yankees agreed to a two-year, $37 million deal with the right-hander who has a career 3.65 ERA.
- NFL injuries: There are a number of injuries that could affect teams during this weekend’s wild card round. Eagles QB Jalen Hurts has a dislocated finger on his throwing hand. The Steelers will be without NFL sack leader T.J. Watt (knee). Packers CB Jaire Alexander rolled an ankle in practice this week. Cleveland’s Denzel Ward suffered a knee injury in practice yesterday.
- FSU penalized: The NCAA is penalizing Florida State’s football program for using its NIL collective as a recruiting inducement. I wonder if the NCAA will do the same to every other FBS program…since they all use their NIL collectives to help bring in recruits.
- Mayo in: The Patriots wasted no time in naming Bill Belichicks’s successor. Former Patriots player and long-time assistant Jerod Mayo will be the new head coach.
The Friday Sports Schedule
It’s Friday night and that means a big night in the NBA. That means it’s also a big night for our Sports Hub handicappers. There are a half dozen or so NBA picks in our database right now. Check back throughout the day as our cappers will be adding picks. If you’re looking to add to your bankroll, our guys have your back.
Now, let’s take a look at today’s schedule.
- NBA: There are 10 games on the NBA schedule tonight. The ESPN doubleheader starts with Sacramento at Philadelphia and ends with New Orleans at Denver.
Bradley Beal put on a SHOW in the Suns' 127-109 win in L.A. 🤩— NBA (@NBA) January 12, 2024
🔥 37 PTS (season high)
🔥 8/10 3PM (season high)
🔥 6 REB
🔥 4 AST pic.twitter.com/IQx1Atj49o
- NHL: It’s the lull before the Saturday storm. There are only two games on the ice tonight. Nashville is at Dallas and Philadelphia plays at Minnesota.
- College basketball: Friday is typically a slow night for college basketball as teams gear up for a big day on Saturday. That is the case tonight with just 17 games on tap. No ranked teams play, but an interesting game to watch would be Nebraska at Iowa in Big Ten play. The Cornhuskers are 13-3 and fresh off an upset of No. 1 Purdue.
- Soccer: The world soccer schedule features one match each in the English Premier League, Germany’s Bundesliga, and Spain’s La Liga. Check our members’ area for soccer picks.
- Tennis: The ASB Classic and Adelaide International for both men and women continue today. The Hobart International also continues for the women today. The preliminary rounds of the Australian Open for both men and women continue today.
That’s all for today. Remember, if you want to build a solid bankroll, make sure you have a money management plan in place. Then, get on the backs of our Sports Hub exclusive cappers and ride the money train!
Stop back here tomorrow to see how our guys did. It’s going to be a great weekend full of NFL playoff football! See you then!