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The Super Bowl brings out easily the most prop bets of any sporting event of the year. Exclusive to the Super Bowl are cross-sport prop bets, featuring performances from the NFL’s championship game against stars in other sports during their games on Super Bowl Sunday. Here is a look at some of them available against NBA games for Super Bowl XLVII at Bovada.
One such prop is the total points of Clippers guard Chris Paul on Sunday against Boston versus the total completions of 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick, with the line set at a pick’em.
Obviously, Paul has to play in this game. He missed his fourth straight and seventh in the past nine Sunday due to a bruised kneecap. He’s officially day-to-day, so there’s a good chance he could play in L.A.’s only trip to Boston. The Clippers also have games Wednesday in Minnesota and Friday in Toronto. Paul is averaging 16.6 points per game this year, but was held to eight in a December 27 blowout win over the C’s. Of course, back then, Paul ...
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It appears that Red Robin is officially on the Colin Kaepernick bandwagon. It appears that word got to Red Robin that Colin loves their burgers, so Red Robin went one step further and are offering him free Red Robin for life if he leads the 49ers to victory on Sunday. Here is the image (via Darren Rovell) of the ad Red Robin is running in tomorrow’s SF Chronicle…Hopefully this...
Colin Kaepernick will have more on the line Sunday than just the Super Bowl. If he wins the game, he will cash in on a sweet offer from one of his favorite restaurants.
According to sports business reporter Darren Rovell, Red Robin has taken out an ad that will run in Thursday’s San Francisco Chronicle offering the 49ers quarterback free food for life if he wins the Super Bowl...
San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick's college coach, Chris Ault, was on the Petros and Money show on Fox Sports Radio today where he discussed, among many things, Kaepernick's versatility and skill set.
Ault said this on his initial impressions of Kaepernick, "I thought to myself, ‘If he can't play quarterback, he looks like he's a good enough...
San Francisco 49ers quarterback, Colin Kaepernick was literally off everyone’s radar except Jim Harbaugh’s until week 11 when he started in place of the injured Alex Smith. Kaepernick shined and immediately made a name for himself by embarrassing the Chicago Bears Defense by completing 16 of 23 passes for 246 yards, 2 touchdowns and no interceptions.Now Kaepernick is taking...
Eric Bledsoe is probably looking around the Staples Center and saying, “What about me, ya’ll?”
All right, so Bledsoe may not have the All-Star credentials of Chris Paul but with the latest news on Paul from the Los Angeles Clippers, head coach Vinny Del Negro is going to have to continue to throw confidence and playing time Bledsoe’s way for sure.
On Monday, Del Negro...
With their All-Star point guard banged up, the Los Angeles Clippers have struggled on the road lately. Perhaps it's not the best time for their longest trip of the season.
They open the eight-game swing against the Minnesota Timberwolves, who have had to deal with their own injuries and adversity during a long slump.
The Clippers try to avoid a fourth straight road loss Wednesday...
The first game of the Clippers' longest road trip this season got off to a dreadful start in Minnesota.
Chris Paul and Chauncey Billups sat again with injuries. No surprise there. But forward Matt Barnes, whose temper is frequently his worst enemy, was ejected in the second quarter for a flagrant 2 foul just 3 minutes into the second quarter.
The game had the makings of a disaster...
So you're a fan of one of the 30 teams out of contention for Super Bowl 47. While you may not have a horse left in the race in the quest for this year's Lombardi Trophy, it's never too late to jump on board with one of the two remaining contenders.You're faced with a tough decision, though. Do you bandwagon it with the tattooed breakout from the the Bay, Colin Kaepernick...
Unless Alex Smith has to relieve Colin Kaepernick in Super Bowl XLVII this Sunday, the former No. 1 overall pick has likely played his last game with the 49ers.
Now, San Francisco has to pick between trading Smith and his $8.5 million contract, or releasing him. The quarterback would prefer the latter.
Smith will ask for his release before the start of free agency, March 12, according...