Where Can I Bet Sports Near LA

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Dan Shapiro
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As of Football season 2019, there are no sportsbooks near Los Angeles.  You can still open an online betting account from the Cincinnati area by simply providing your name, email and text number along with a ZIP code in under 60 seconds.

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Current Outlook and Odds

Whether it's NFL or NBA, there will be plenty of excitement over these next 12 months as a number of teams are favored to win the Championship title in their respective sports.

The Rams: From AthlonSports:

Could the Rams be the exception to the curse that befalls most Super Bowl losers? They return most of the key pieces from last year's NFC championship squad, and with another year under his belt, Goff should be able to put his late-season struggles behind him, assuming his new offensive line clicks and his star running back stays healthy. All signs point to another deep playoff run, one that could mean another chance at the Lombardi Trophy they lost a year ago.

The fantasy outlook is good, especially on offense.  BettorInsider writes:

The offense is what has people excited, and for good reason. Goff broke out last year with 4,688 passing yards, 34 total TD and a finish as QB8 on the season. He is in line to have another strong campaign as every main player in the passing game returns to the team. The team’s trio of talented targets — Robert Woods, Brandin Cooks and Cooper Kupp — all have the ability to be Top-20 receivers in fantasy, though it will be hard for any of them to crack the Top-10 with how much of the targets they are sharing with each other. Prior to Kupp’s ACL injury last season, all three of them were ranked as Top-20 WR, and, although he didn’t fully fill Kupp’s absence, Josh Reynolds showed that he can be productive and worth a flex play in deeper leagues.

The Rams are favored to win UNDER 10.5 regular season games at -145.  The AI Sports model runs do have them winning 11. The OVER has value at +115.

In the NBA, the Clippers continue to enter the season as 5/1 favorites while the Lakers had the third shortest odds at 6/1.  In between was Milwaukee.

In college football we have UCLA.  They were expected to win 5.5 regular season games.

And, as for Major League Baseball, we have those beloved Dodgers favorites to win the World Series at +250.

Oddsmakers seem to believe this will be the year.  The Dodgers have been waiting 31 years for the championship.

- Dan Shapiro, Gambling911.com 

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