Even though the Thunder narrowly ended their 4-game skid last night @ Portland, they are still 1 loss away from losing 5 of 6 and 6 of 8 games.,Next up for the Hawks was a 6 game Western Conference road trip against average to good teams, all of which would be underdogs to them.,Proposed bet#3: .3 units on LA Lakers ML +200 ~ Potential Profit = .6 units -(Subtracted by the .1 from Denver Bet & the .2 units from Phoenix bet) =+0.3 units

Regardless of which game they loss, my friend Jay would profit between .1 and .6 units as long as they lost one game.,Although I haven't employed such an ambitious strategy, I have always thought about the ways in which Jay would manufacture value by betting against a team multiple times - knowing that if he was wrong on the first game, he would get better value betting against them the next game.,If the true value of the Hawks against OKC, the 6th game of their trip, was an even money proposition, by the time the Hawks won their next 5 games the market would make them significantly more expensive, and the Thunder would obtain more value, around at +130 or better. read more

Now, with Eccelsa Aviation’s cutting-edge fixed-base operator (FBO) air terminal at its very heart, travellers seeking privacy and luxury need look no further.,Above and beyond Opened in the summer of 2009, the Eccelsa terminal – the only FBO in Olbia Costa Smeralda Airport – is an architectural masterpiece in its own right.,We are all very aware that tourists are the real assets – not only for Eccelsa and the airport, but also for Costa Smeralda as a whole Eccelsa Aviation, which is controlled by airport management company Geasar, has fully embraced its role in making Costa Smeralda an exclusive tourist destination, combining utter professionalism with a special charm that comes from dealing with a constant flow of discerning, often famous clients., Opened in the summer of 2009, the Eccelsa Aviation fixed-base operator air terminal is an architectural masterpiece in its own right The giant wing is capable of sheltering large, executive carriers, including the Boeing 737 and the Airbus A319.,Privacy, security and comfort are among the qualities private aircraft passengers most appreciate about Eccelsa Aviation, and our work with the Marina di Olbia is very much a part of that service.

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – There are plenty of travel sites describing great places to visit in the United States.,They claim to have found the “most boring” towns in every state.,FULL LIST: “Most Boring Towns In Every State”

Best Life Online based the rankings on factors like highest median ages, fewest things to do, and lowest population density.,In the Tri-State Area, they say Bayville, Long Island is the most boring town in New York.,Ocean City took the title in New Jersey. read more

Now, with Eccelsa Aviation’s cutting-edge fixed-base operator (FBO) air terminal at its very heart, travellers seeking privacy and luxury need look no further.,Above and beyond Opened in the summer of 2009, the Eccelsa terminal – the only FBO in Olbia Costa Smeralda Airport – is an architectural masterpiece in its own right.,We are all very aware that tourists are the real assets – not only for Eccelsa and the airport, but also for Costa Smeralda as a whole Eccelsa Aviation, which is controlled by airport management company Geasar, has fully embraced its role in making Costa Smeralda an exclusive tourist destination, combining utter professionalism with a special charm that comes from dealing with a constant flow of discerning, often famous clients., Opened in the summer of 2009, the Eccelsa Aviation fixed-base operator air terminal is an architectural masterpiece in its own right The giant wing is capable of sheltering large, executive carriers, including the Boeing 737 and the Airbus A319.,Privacy, security and comfort are among the qualities private aircraft passengers most appreciate about Eccelsa Aviation, and our work with the Marina di Olbia is very much a part of that service.

Sporting Kansas City embarks on a pivotal two-game road trip this week, venturing to Mexico for the second leg of the Scotiabank Concacaf Round of 16 against Deportivo Toluca FC on Thursday before kicking off their 2019 MLS regular season campaign at LAFC on Sunday.,Sports Radio 810 WHB will also provide 60 minutes of pregame coverage beginning at 8 p.m. CT in addition to airing The Final Whistle postgame show immediately after the match.,Kickoff is set for 7:30 p.m. CT with national television coverage on ESPN and ESPN Deportes and local radio broadcasts on Sports Radio 810 WHB and ESPN Deportes KC 1480 AM.,In the lead-up to an action-packed week for the club, Sports Radio 810 WHB will air a new episode of The Sporting KC Show at 7 p.m. CT Tuesday with hosts Nate Bukaty and Carter Augustine.,The duo will hear from forward Gerso Fernandes, who tallied a goal and an assist in last Thursday’s defeat of Toluca, and preview Sporting’s upcoming battles in the Concacaf Champions League and MLS regular season.

“When I went last year, it was very exhilarating to wrestle in front of a big crowd,” said senior heavyweight Ryan Knox, who is making his second consecutive trip to AC.,Joining Knox is fellow senior Derrick Rooney, who wrestles in the 182-pound weight class.,Being that they are close friends as well as two of the higher weight class Rams, Rooney and Knox spent much of their practice time sparring together.,Knox is hoping both he and his teammates can make some noise in this final match not only of the season, but also of their RHS careers.,“It feels so great to call myself a two time state qualifier but it would be even better to bring home some hardware by the end of the trip,” said Knox.

I guess the first thing you should know about me is that I tend to mispronounce Lancaster.,I want to hear from you — our readers — about places in Fairfield County I should visit and experience.,Of course, there are certain must-see events, like the Lancaster Festival and the Fairfield County Fair, but I'm positive there are even more.,I can be found most Friday nights in the fall on the sidelines of high school football games, where I have assisted the sports departments (mostly in Zanesville where I spent most of my career) in coverage.,This past fall, I watched my first game at Fulton Field when Sheridan played its playoff game against Columbus Eastmoor.

This past weekend, victory tasted like Togarashi brown sugar as the bar sent out two teams to compete in two separate out-of-state wing competitions.,See also: Patch Picks: The Best Wings In Norwalk [PHOTOS]

Though the Rhino boasts a number of popular and inventive wing flavors (Patch wrote about them extensively here), such as Mango Habenero and Maple Chipotle Lime, they only entered their Togarashi Brown Sugar Dry Rub wings in the Atlantic City competition.,The Blind Rhino was the first out-of-state competitor invited to the Wing Wars in the competition's three-year history.,Meanwhile in New York, a second team of Rhino wing specialists brought out some of their strongest players to compete in Poughkeepsie: Spicy Buffalo, Garlic Parmesan and of course the Togarashi Brown Sugar Dry Rub.,After battling it out with some tough local competition consisting of almost 30 other bars and restaurants, the team still managed to walk away with some hardware, placing second in the Best Buffalo category and third in Best Dry Rub. read more

There is a plaque on the wall of a newly-built Kenyan school hall that reads: "Donated by friends and family, in loving memory of Jock Hobbs, 7th January 2019".,The plaque is but one strand to Hobbs' journey that has pulled together supporters from the United States and New Zealand, and seen his close friend, NFL safety Kenny Vaccaro, embroiled in a standoff with US President Donald Trump after protesting police brutality and racial injustice by sitting with 10 team-mates during the national anthem.,Hobbs in his playing days at North Harbour ... a visit to Kenya changed his view of the world.,His professor, Glenn Kramon, identified the value in the message, and under the title "The collateral damage of a petty NFL", Hobbs' piece was published in the New York Times.,The piece turned heads, sparking feedback and financial support from the New Zealand and US communities that pushed Hobbs' project over the line.