Whether this record of the greatest sports gambling Twitter accounts were 100-plus, who the heck would examine it? So it’s a 66 that is random.
This rundown — in no particular order — signifies a mixture of sports bettors, sportsbook supervisors, radio men and resources of information and analytics to inform your wagers. Some accounts will offer injury news, regulatory and legal observations, or any laughs. These folks #sticktosports.
We anticipate responses that we’re morons for including or omitting certain individuals. Reach us up @sports_handle with comments and we invite you to go here in order to adhere to the list — which gets update/curated regularly. Should you pick up a few handles you enjoy, mission accomplished. This piece/list is an ongoing work in progress and is updated intermittently to add (or subtract) individuals. (To make sure: click on each individual’s name to access their manage.)
Best Sports Betting Twitter accounts for sports wagering fans The following list comprises oddsmakers, bettors, business experts, sports betting information sources, live movement reporters and more.
Ken Pomeroy — NCAA Basketball Analyst. Pomeroy is the creator of a popular college basketball website and statistical database, kenpom.com. If you complete your mounts without seeing, you did it wrong.
Todd Fuhrman — A former oddsmaker at Caesars and co-founder of the”Bet the Board” podcast (NFL, CFB, hoops and golfing ). He also leads”The Line” on SI.com and brings a unique oddsmaker’s view.
Haralabos Voulgaris — Famous because of his betting prowess on the NBA,”Bob” is eloquent and opinionated as it pertains on pro hoops (profiled here by ESPN). Additionally, lately seen calling out the NBA and MLB on their”integrity tax” nonsense.
David Purdum — As dialed-in into the sports gaming world. Purdum writes about gaming for ESPN Chalk, provides Vegas insights and long-form stories about the gaming world. Also a nice guy.
Jeff Sherman — The Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook director is more than just golf odds. He places game and updated futures odds as the book releases them and also shares rewarding scenes and stories (and lots and lots of Golden Knights material) directly from the heart of Vegas.
Jimmy Vaccaro — Vaccaro has been handling Las Vegas sportsbooks since (roughly) your father was flying around attempting to satisfy your mom. That is 1976. Presently the Director of Sports Book Marketing at South Point Hotel, the Pittsburgh native is going to keep you current on South Point action but more broadly, he’s basically an ambassador for the sports betting industry. Plus if you trace him Twitter you become one of the”kids.”
VegasPointBlank — Veteran sports bettor Dave Malinsky eyes the betting boards out of”point blank range.” He offers quick data and statistics updates covering broad assortment of professional and collegiate sports. (May Dave rest in peace.)
Warren Sharp — Sharp is an NFL expert who has crafted his own predictive NFL analytics and data that is researched. Lots of info. If you’re not familiar, you’ve probably heard or seen his work before at ESPN, FOX Sports, VSiN, WSJ and others.
Roxy Roxborough — He doesn’t tweet much but if he does it’s worth listening. He’s a major gambling and Las Vegas innovator, founder of Las Vegas Sports Consultants, also regarded as one of the gambling industry’s most influential characters.
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