Final 4’s Four Best Sports Betting Promos

Big Casinos are trying to swallow each other whole, and until that happens, we all get a little bit of money in our pockets. The Casinos tend to go a little crazier during March Madness, so I’d take these offers before they’re gone.

FanDuel: Bet $5 & Get $150 Back Instantly

  1. Sign up for FanDuel by clicking here
  2. Select “Bet Now” & Then Click on Your State
  3. Fill out Registration Form
  4. Finally, place a $5 bet on either Final Four Game & Get $150 Back Instantly!

BetMGM: Bet $10 & Get $200 When A 3 Is Made

  1. Sign up for BetMGM by clicking here
  2. Deposit $10 or more into your account
  3. Finally, place a $10 bet on any spread, moneyline, or total on a Final Four game and get $200 when a 3 is made.

Caesars: $1,100 Bet Insurance

  1. Click on this link & select your state
  2. Click “Bet Now”
  3. Register and deposit at least $50
  4. Bet up to $1,100 on either Final Four Game.
  5. Caesars will pay you back up to $1,100 if your bet loses.

PointsBet: Risk Free Bets Up To $2,000

  • Click this link
  • Click Signup and select your state
  • Register and deposit $$
  • Receive up to $500 back if your first fixed odds bet loses, and receive up to $1,500 back if your first PointsBetting Wager loses.

Villanova v. Kansas Analysis

The Justin Moore news hurts, and as much as it sucks and as unfair as it is, it needs to be acknowledged. Healthy, Villanova has the best five of the remaining teams; that’s no longer the case. If a healthy Villanova team is Megan Fox, Kansas is Mila Kunis. Kansas is more physically imposing than your weird cousin who buys steroids from Central America off of bodybuilding forums, they hit threes with the success rate of my friend Tony after seven beers (sorry dude it’s true), and they come in as four and a half point favorites. Kansas is led by stellar guard play, but what separates them from Villanova is their ability to rebound on the offensive glass. Kansas rebounds a third of their missed shots. The Jayhawks basically play basketball like you would play one on one against your little cousin.

We will see Kansas contend for a championship next week in one of the most classic Final Fours of our lifetime. After somewhat of a down year last season, it’s cool to see Bill Self and the boys back at it. Take the Jayhawks and take the over.

Duke v. UNC Analysis

As a Duke hater, my nightmares have occurred right in front of my eyes, and I’m stuck helplessly watching. I feel like a nine-year-old kid that snuck watching a Stephen King movie, except instead of a murderous clown, I see a man with a pronounced nose and jet-black hair cutting down nets on his way to ANOTHER Final Four. UNC, for the love of God, America needs you. I know that Duke has Paolo and the movie script is theirs to finish, but UNC’s offense has been clicking- they also beat Duke at Cameron. The Tar Heels currently have a +46 rebounding differential for the tournament. They hit thirty-four threes in the tournament coming into a game where they eviscerated Saint Peters, and Brady Manek is a damn problem (fear the beard).

Being that this is the first time these two titans have clashed in the Final Four, this will be the best college basketball game in years. Everybody who isn’t a weirdo that covers themself in blue body paint and treats Lex Fridman’s podcast like an erotic experience is rooting for UNC. Duke is shooting fifty-five percent from the field; however, North Carolina has more length than a certain picture of a bald guy passed around through quarantine. Take the Tar Heels, and keep your fingers crossed. Duke haters, come one, come all.

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