Sports betting calendar: NHL, NBA All Star Game odds, preview


The Chicago Blackhawks remain the league's best bet, March Madness bubble teams are highly motivated and NBA All Star Game odds represent the only betting action in town. Check out the sports betting calendar for today.

The Chicago Blackhawks still haven't lost a game in regulation with a 10-0-3 record to start off the season, and will look to keep that streak alive when they face the San Jose Sharks and Los Angeles Kings this weekend.

Ranking second in the NHL on offense (3.3 goals per game) and fourth in the league on defense (allowing 1.9 goals per game), the Blackhawks have looked nearly invincible to this point in the season.

Friday night, they host the San Jose Sharks (7-3-3), who are 0-3-3 in February after going 7-0 in January. Then Sunday the Blackhawks host the Los Angeles Kings (4-5-2), who they defeated 5-2 in each team's season opener back in January. [ NHL odds ]

College basketball odds

In college hoops, the Pittsburgh Panthers (20-5 SU, 10-9 ATS) visit the Marquette Golden Eagles (17-6 SU, 9-10 ATS) on Saturday afternoon. Pitt is 4-2 SU and ATS in its last six games against Marquette, but Marquette is 2-0 SU in the last two meetings between these two teams.

The total has gone OVER in nine of their last 13 meetings.

Sunday afternoon, the Ohio State Buckeyes (18-6 SU, 12-10 ATS) visit the Wisconsin Badgers (17-8 SU, 9-14 ATS). Ohio State holds a 4-2 SU and ATS edge in their last six games against the Badgers, and the total has gone UNDER in nine of the last 12 games between the two Big Ten rivals. [ College basketball odds ]

NBA All Star Game odds

Houston, Texas plays host to this year's NBA All-Star Weekend, which features plenty of exciting events for fans and bettors alike.

Saturday, James White is a 5/4 favorite at Bovada in the Slam-Dunk Contest going up against Terrence Ross (7/2), Gerald Green (4/1), Eric Bledsoe (5/1), Kenneth Faried (8/1), and defending champion Jeremy Evans (8/1). Stephen Curry (5/2) and Steve Novak (5/2) are co-favorites in the Three-Point Contest ahead of Kyrie Irving (4/1), Ryan Anderson (4/1), Matt Bonner (5/1), and Paul George (15/2).

All-Star Weekend ends with the matchup between the Eastern Conference and the Western Conference on Sunday night. The Western Conference All-Stars have won four of the last six All-Star Games including each of the last two.

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