Ryan Hollins and David Jacoby break down the pending potential legalization of sports betting, with Hollins saying gambling options will be available everywhere.

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21 COMMENTS

  1. the leagues deserve payment for access to the event……….ie ,entrance into the stadium, being able to view the event on TV or hear it on radio…………..none of these things are involved in sports  betting

  2. If the Supreme Court says that is legal Pete Rose should be elected into the Hall of Fame Jackson shoeless Jones

  3. All I know is I live out here in Vegas and the Casinos like Station Casino’s, William hill has sports betting apps.. plus it’s great for other states because the sportsbook is a great place to talk your shit and react to a bet you put in

  4. Fantasy NBA has nothing on Fantasy Football? Fuck outta here sir. What’s so much more desirable about setting up your team once a week in Fantasy Football

  5. “You’re going to be doing this on your phone “…. oh really ? No shit really ..? You don’t say .

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