Winning AI Sports Picks Served Up Daily – September 8


At Sports Hub, our AI sports picks are crushing the competition. Our technology team has years of experience in the sports betting industry. They also have decades of time spent developing software in the industry. Put the two together and what do you get? You get computer-generated sports picks that win about 60 percent of the time.

Take yesterday’s NFL kickoff matchup between Detroit and Kansas City. Our AI sports picks released a prediction on the game total. Computer picks locked the pick in at 53.5 and was on the Under. Last night’s game, of course, was a low-scoring battle won by Detroit 21-20. Another win for the good guys!

Why Choose Our AI Sports Picks

You can find a number of computer-generated picks in the betting industry. However, you won’t find AI sports picks that win almost 60 percent of the time. Sports Hub’s AI sports picks only get released in a certain situation. There has to be at least a two-point difference between the actual betting line and the line generated by our artificial intelligence algorithm. 

Winning AI Sports Picks Served Up Daily
Win with Sports Hub’s AI Sports Picks

Last night, our AI sports picks determined that the posted total of 53.5 was at least two points higher than what was generated by the computer. That tells Sports Hub to release the pick. Now, bettors can only get the pick if they are a member of Sports Hub. It’s easy to sign up for an account. Just click the JOIN NOW button at the top of this page. Fill out the form, verify your email address, and you’re in! 

Then, turn on your push notifications from Sports Hub. You’ll receive an alert every time our AI sports picks are being released. Over the last 30 days, our computer picks have won at a 59.29 percent clip. More recently, over the last three days, our AI sports picks are 7-4. On the first full day of the college football season, our computer picks went 20-9 and won $1010. That’s value and you’re only going to get it right here at Sports Hub.

MLB Picks Are on Fire

It was another great day for our Sports Hub handicappers. Two of our leading experts were in the top-3 and it was their baseball picks that were on the money. It was another beauty of a day for Scott’s Picks, which topped the leaderboard. If you remember, Scott’s Picks have been nailing MLB picks for the past 7 to 14 days. 

Let’s see how Scott’s Picks and the rest of the board did yesterday.

Winning AI Sports Picks Served Up Daily
Scott’s Picks Hits Another Perfect Day
  • Another perfect MLB day: Scott’s Picks hit three more baseball picks going 3-0 and adding another $300 to the bankroll. If you’ve been following along, that makes it 6-0 and $600 over the last two days. Over the last seven days, Scott’s Picks is our top MLB capper with winnings of $802.
  • He’s no stranger: Ben Miller is definitely not a stranger to the top of my leaderboard. He was back at it yesterday, going 3-1. He nailed the Lions +4.5 and hit two of three MLB picks to win $247. Over the past 30 days, Ben is up $2060. He’s our No. 1 MLB capper and he rivals our AI sports picks in winning percentage.
  • Another Sports Hub expert: Jhon Walsh also went 3-1 and took home $200 on four MLB picks. He’s up $1150 over the last 30 days and is ranked No. 18 among all of our baseball handicappers. Keep an eye on Jhon as we head into the MLB playoffs.
  • Speaking of AI sports picks: I mentioned my boy Computer Picks yesterday and I’m doing it again today. Here’s why. Go to the Sports Hub 30-day leaderboard. Ben Miller, Sports Hub expert extraordinaire is at the top. 59.48 winning percentage, $2060. Robert Ferguson, another SportsHub exclusive capper, is No. 2. At No. 3 is our very own AI sports picks. They win at a 59.29 percent clip and they’ve won $1331 over the last 30 days. If you want to access these winning picks, you have to be a member of Sports Hub. Click the JOIN NOW button at the top of this page to get started.

Motor City Madness Is Trending

After last night’s NFL season opener, the Detroit Lions are the talk of the NFL. Head coach Dan Campbell is well-known for his gruff, tough-guy persona and it has rubbed off on his players. The Lions play hard and they finally have a roster worthy of making a move toward the postseason.

Last night, the Lions made a statement with a win over the Chiefs in the NFL’s annual kickoff game. Can they continue to build upon that win? Can Sports Hub’s AI sports picks continue to win at a nearly 60 percent clip? Time will tell for both. Don’t forget to visit our NFL Week 1 picks page to get yourself ready for Sunday.

For now, let’s check out the Lions and the rest of our trending sports news.

  • Detroit Rock City: The Lions were one of the favorites to compete for the NFC title in 2023. For years, Detroit has been nonexistent in terms of competing for the postseason. Last night, the Lions took a step in the right direction. It’s only one game, but Detroit went on the road to beat the defending Super Bowl champion Chiefs. The Lions did it with a fourth quarter scoring drive and then its defense did the rest.
  • Serbia: Minus Nikola Jokic, Serbia defeated Canada to advance to the FIBA World Cup championship game. Bogan Bogdanovic scored 23 points to lead the Serbians to a 95-86 victory. This is the second trip to the final in the past three World Cup tournaments for Serbia. They will face either Team USA or Germany in the final. Sports Hub’s AI sports picks may target the total in the World Cup final
  • Lions rookies: Electric Detroit rookie RB Jahmyr Gibbs averaged 6.0 yards a carry and totaled 60 yards in his NFL debut. Rookie S Brian Branch returned an interception 50 yards for a touchdown. LB Jack Campbell had a couple solo tackles and broke up a pass. The Lions drafted well.
  • Acuna for MVP: Atlanta’s Ronald Acuna Jr. is putting together one of the more memorable MLB seasons in the history of the game. He’s already become the first player to steal 60 bases and hit 30 or more home runs. Last night, he hit two more round-trippers to bring his season total to 34. He’s got 88 RBIs and he’s batting .331. The Braves now have seven players with at least 20 homers. Four of those have at least 30.
  • Tom Brady: Yes, Brady is trending because for the first time in 23 NFL seasons, we begin a season without him. You might also remember a time when Brady started a season 5-1 and you couldn’t name one of his receivers. There’s no reason why Patrick Mahomes can’t do the same.

Many Opportunities for AI Sports Picks on the Schedule

It’s Friday and it’s definitely football season. We had the NFL kickoff game last night and what a game it was. The Detroit Lions opened the season with an impressive 21-20 road win over Kansas City. Sports Hub’s AI sports picks nailed the total on last night’s game. Today’s schedule gives our computer picks a number of opportunities for more wins.

Let’s take a look at today’s schedule.

  1. College football teaser: NCAA football gives us a two-game sampling of what’s to come tomorrow. An in-state rivalry between FCS Indiana State and the Big Ten’s Indiana starts it off. Then, two of last year’s bigger surprise team – Illinois and Kansas – meet to get us ready for the Saturday slate. Don’t forget to check out our weekly NCAA football picks pages.
  2. Up north football: The first of four CFL games is tonight. Hamilton (4-7) travels to Ottawa (3-8). The two teams occupy the bottom two spots in the East Division. Three more games take place tomorrow in Week 14 of the CFL season. Check the members’ area for AI sports picks.
  1. Hoop dreams: With one playoff spot left to be determined, five games are on the WNBA menu tonight. Los Angeles (16-23) lost to New York last night and now trails Chicago (16-22) by a half-game for the eighth and final playoff spot. The Sky play at home against Minnesota tonight. Chicago holds the tiebreaker over Los Angeles. Our AI sports picks love basketball totals. See if any get released today.
  2. Weekend series begin: For the majority of MLB, today marks the start of a new weekend series. All 30 teams are in action today. One of the biggest weekend series is in Tampa Bay. Seattle, which is a half-game out of first place in the AL West, is in town to face the Rays. The Mariners are 2.5 games ahead of Texas, which plays at home against Oakland over the weekend.
  3. Men’s semifinals: No. 1 seed Carlos Alcaraz can make it back to the US Open final with a win over No. 3 Daniil Medvedev. Second-seeded Novak Djokovic faces unseeded American Ben Shelton in the other semifinal. The US Open men’s singles final is Sunday.
  4. Soccer: NCAA men’s soccer dominates today’s schedule. CONCACAF Nations League and UEFA European Championship Qualifying also have a number of matches today. 
  5. Women’s golf: Ruixin Liu fired a 65 in yesterday’s first round of the Kroger Queen City Championship in Cincinnati. Second round play continues today.

It’s a loaded schedule for a Friday. It will set us up for a weekend full of college and NFL football. Yes, it’s that time of year again and we love it! Sports Hub will be cranking out the best data, AI sports picks, free picks, and more. Be sure to visit SportsHub throughout the week and on game days to stay ahead of the competition. If you haven’t already, make sure you join Sports Hub to get access to all of our great handicappers, AI sports picks, and more. Then, come back tomorrow and see how our guys won again!