Why Choose Computer Generated Sports Picks

Computer generated sports picks are a thing here at Sports Hub. With all of the talk about our great handicappers here, you might have forgotten that we do offer computer picks.

What separates Sports Hub’s computer generated sports picks from the rest of the industry is something worth discussing.

What Are Computer Generated Sports Picks

It’s not too hard to figure out what computer generated sports picks are. They are predictions for sporting events that come from a computer. Many bettors like the idea of a betting pick coming from a computer. I mean, computers are smart, right?

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Why Use Computer Generated Sports Picks

Computer generated sports picks take the human emotion out of making a betting decision. That’s one of the benefits of a computer pick. However, not all computer picks are equal.

Sports Hub’s Computer Generated Sports Picks

Sports Hub uses a sophisticated artificial intelligence algorithm that is heavily based on statistics. The AI works its magic with the numbers and ultimately generates a pick. Or not.

That’s the great thing about Sports Hub’s computer generated sports picks. The picks are only released when there is at least a two-point difference between the actual betting line and what the computer has generated.

For example, an NFL game has a total of 48.5. Sports Hub’s AI has worked the numbers and comes up with a total of 46 for the same game. This one would be among the computer generated sports picks that gets released by Sports Hub. It’s that simple.

Finding Computer Picks at Sports Hub

As with anything here at Sports Hub, we are all about making things easy. If you go to the Sports Hub main page, you’ll see the Pick Center. Hover over it and a drop-down menu appears. 

The third choice in the drop-down menu is Computer Picks. Here is where you will find baseball computer picks, football computer picks, and more.

To unlock these free computer picks for yourself, you do have to be a Sports Hub member. Becoming a member is free and easy. Click the JOIN NOW button at the top of this page, follow the prompts, verify your email, and you’re in. You can now access everything from college basketball computer picks to computer generated sports picks on most any sport.

Don’t forget, in addition to free computer picks, our handicappers also offer a number of daily free picks. Those picks can make a huge difference for bettors. It would have made a huge difference last night if you had used picks from our top two.

Big Two Lead the Pack

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Yesterday we addressed how to become a handicapper. Today’s top two guys on the leaderboard are the examples of taking your dream and making it happen. 

Our top two from yesterday combined to go 17-4 and make over $1200! That’s living the dream.

Here’s how they did yesterday.

  • Kelly Kills It: Mike Kelly went off last night going 8-1. He nailed all four WNBA picks and went 3-1 on MLB to pocket a nice $700. If you’re an NBA bettor, you’ll want to follow Mike. He’s our No. 1-ranked NBA capper. He also has a pick available for this Saturday’s UFC fight.
  • Brad Mullins: Brad bet on almost the entire Tuesday MLB slate. He went 9-3 on 12 bets and earned $540. Brad is our ninth-ranked MLB handicapper.
  • The Unbeatens: Three Sports Hub exclusive cappers each went 3-0 yesterday. Evan Lewis, Patrick Doyle, and James Acker all went unbeaten and each pocketed $300. Doyle is now up $1007 over the last 30 days.

What’s Hot in Sports

Whether you use our expert handicapper picks or our computer generated sports picks, you should always be aware of what is happening in the sports world. Knowing what is going on in the various sports could be the difference between a betting win and a loss.

Here’s what is trending today.

  • Triple Play: The Atlanta Braves turned MLB’s first triple play this season. It was also a very unique one as it was scored 8-3-5. A shallow line drive caught in center field, throw to first, then a throw to third to get the runner who tagged up. The 8-3-5 triple play is so rare that the last time it happened Chester Arthur was the American president. Who? Exactly. It’s been a while. It was 1884, by the way.
  • Herbert cashes in: Chargers QB Justin Herbert signed a 5-year, $262 million contract extension. Of that, $133.7 million is guaranteed. 
  • Chump change: The Celtics Jaylen Brown called Herbert and raised him about $40 million. Brown signed a 5-year, $303 million supermax extension. It is the richest deal in NBA history. 
  • Bronny: LeBron James’ son collapsed during a practice at USC and suffered a cardiac arrest. He is now stable and out of the ICU.

What to Look for Today

It should be another hot and humid summer day. That means there will be a full schedule of MLB games. Baseball isn’t the only thing going on today in the sports world though.

Here’s what’s cooking in sports today.

  1. Team USA: The Americans face the Netherlands today and are likely playing as you read this. It is one of four matches scheduled for today. Team USA plays again next Tuesday.
  2. Subway Series Part II: The Met put a 9-3 whoopin’ on the Yankees last night behind two home runs from Pete Alonso. The two teams finish their two-game set tonight.
  1. Leagues Cup: It’s a pretty full slate of games in the Leagues Cup. There were four matches last night. Lionel Messi scored twice as Inter Miami CF beat Atlanta United FC 4-0.
  2. WNBA: Washington plays at Minnesota tonight in the only WNBA game on the schedule. 

That’s it. Remember, if you want to access free computer generated sports picks from Sports Hub, sign up for a free account. It will be the best thing you do today!

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Joe takes care of the bits and pieces that sometimes slip through the cracks of the sports world. Efficiency and consistency is what makes SportsHub.com different. JB helps keep Sports Hub’s content fresh and exciting, managing its many authors. From the New York area, Joe knew he had a knack for sports betting when his uncle was always asking him which side he was on as a young boy. His meticulous approach to the numbers formed his career path as a professional handicapper. Joe is sometimes called Jimmy Bagpipes, JB or Mr. B.