Denver Sports Betting

Rahm wins Masters, Sixers Suck on the Denver Sports Betting Show

On a Monday edition of the show, the boys recapped the sports weekend including Jon Rahm winning the 2021 U.S. Open. They talked about some good betting strategies when it comes to betting golf and how it relates to futures.

Then they dove into some NBA talk which included some discussion on Ben Simmons and the Philadelphia 76ers. Chase Howell continues to defend Simmons despite all of his shortcomings and the boys discuss whether or not he’d be a good fit in Denver.

And then they get into the upcoming conference championship series with the Suns vs. Clippers and Bucks vs. Hawks. They give out some of their predictions and talk about what it will be like to have a new team lifting the trophy.

The show wraps up with a discussion on the Colorado Rockies and why betting on them has become so easy. And a little mention to the Colorado Rapids.

And finally, they make their picks on a very boring slate.

Listen to the show weekdays from 3-4 p.m. on Mile High Sports radio 98.1 FM or stream it on milehighsports.com and denversportsbetting.com.

Or, if you’d rather listen to the replay, you can listen on Apple podcasts and Spreaker. Or just click the play button below.

Listen to “Monday June 21st: US Open, Hawks eliminate Sixers, musicians have a prime too, Clippers, Colorado Rapids” on Spreaker.

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