Zack Cimini grew up in Syracuse, New York, before his family moved to the Phoenix Metropolitan area, where he completed high school. He graduated from Arizona State University and now resides in Las Vegas. You will not find more of a die-hard Syracuse sports fan, especially for basketball team. In 2010, he traveled to Syracuse to witness a college basketball record of attendance against Villanova. That record that was broken in 2012 against Georgetown. As the Big East Conference crumbled, he also made it out to the Big East tournament in 2012 at Madison Square Garden. Yes, he believes Syracuse would have won a National Championship in 2010 if Arinze Onuaku did not get hurt, and also in 2012 if Fab Melo was not suspended. The best game hands down was Syracuse's six-overtime thriller of a victory over the UConn Huskies in 2009. His passions revolve around the fantasy sports and the handicapping world, in which he has been freelance writing the past 14 years.
Live Betting another Great Way to Challenge Las Vegas Sportsbooks
by Zack Cimini - 9/9/2013
Offshore and UK sportsbooks offer many different options for wagering on a game, and Las Vegas has been somewhat lagging behind in that department apart from the standard side, total and prop bets offered on a particular matchup. However, Sin City bookmakers have recently taken a page from their overseas brethren by offering live betting at many establishments throughout Southern Nevada. Read More >>
NFL Handicapping: Thursday Night Games
by Zack Cimini - 9/4/2013
Over the past decade, we have witnessed enormous changes in the NFL: new overtime rules, challenge flags, fines for certain types of hits, regular season games in Europe, and even schedule changes. Every time there is an amendment, it is questioned by the media - vigorously - and then, just as quickly, it takes a second seat to the real end result: the game of football on the field. Read More >>
Handicapping an NFL game is completely different from college football. The old saying that people win on Saturday and give it all back Sunday is more matter of fact than people think. Analyzing every angle - in detail - in the NFL is a necessity because the differences from position to position do not vary as much between the pro and college games. Read More >>