It's Tuesday, March 24 and we have the three things to know for fantasy sports and gambling. Lets get to it...
Number One: March Madness odds are set for 2021
March Madness was canceled for 2020, but who will cut down the nets in 2021? The odds for next year are already up at the William Hill Sportsbook.
There are four favorites with 10-to-1 odds: Gonzaga, Duke, Kentucky and Kansas. Virginia, Baylor, and Michigan State are in the next group of teams with odds ranging from 12-to-1 through 18-to-1.
George Mason, Arkansas Little Rock, San Francisco, Tulane and U-Mass are at the very bottom of the board with 3000-to-1 odds (Editor's note: Don’t bet on those teams to win the tournament).
Number Two: Olympics are Postponed for First Time Ever
The International Olympic Committee announced the Tokyo 2020 Olympics will be postponed until 2021 because of the coronavirus. Currently the USA is the favorite to win the most gold medals at even money. China is next at 7-to-1 followed by England at 9-to-1. Japan, the host country, rounds out the top four at 12-to-1.
Number Three: McCaffrey and Cook in Fantasy Football FOREVER? YES PLEASE!
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