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For the first time in decades, sportsbooks can now legally operate in every state that wishes to welcome the practice following the Supreme Court’s decision in May to strike down the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act of 1992 (PAPSA). Seven states have already enacted laws regulating sports betting, with many others considering legislation in the near term.

Major Sports Gambling State Developments Following Repeal of PAPSA

For the first time in decades, sportsbooks can now legally operate in every state that wishes to welcome the practice following the Supreme Court’s decision in May to strike down the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act of 1992 (PAPSA). Seven states have already enacted laws regulating sports betting, with many others considering legislation in the near term.

  • Delaware. Less than a month after the Supreme Court struck down PAPSA, Delaware expanded its legalized sports betting position. Delaware was already one of three other states—including Nevada, Oregon, and Montana—that had limited sports betting that was lawful under PAPSA (parlay cards). Once the Supreme Court ruled against PAPSA, however, Delaware legalized single game wagers and futures bets for certain sports. In the first 20 days following this expansion, Delaware sports gambling drove about $1 million in total revenue to the state’s three casinos, the state’s sports betting suppliers, and to the state itself.
  • New Jersey. Soon after the commencement of sports gambling in Delaware, on June 11, 2018, New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy signed into law legalized sports betting in his state. On June 14, Governor Murphy himself placed New Jersey’s first legal sports wager. During the state’s first two weeks of legal sports betting, two casinos and a racetrack saw over $16 million placed on sports bets, and captured total revenues of over $3 million. With this move, New Jersey has also joined Nevada as the only other state with operational mobile sports betting platforms.
  • Mississippi. In March of 2017—even before the Supreme Court granted the cert. petition to consider the validity of PAPSA—the Mississippi legislature passed an updated daily fantasy sports bill. Notably, the enacted law removed old language prohibiting sports wagering, effectively lifting the statewide ban on sports betting. Shortly after the Supreme Court invalidated PAPSA, the Mississippi Gaming Commission formulated regulations that set the framework for legalized in-person sports betting in Mississippi’s casinos. On August 1, 2018, casinos in Biloxi and Tunica accepted the first sports bets in Mississippi. Twelve Gulf Coast casinos have also indicated that they will have sportsbooks running in time for the football season (when an upward spike in sports betting usually occurs).
  • West Virginia. In anticipation of a favorable Supreme Court ruling on PAPSA, West Virginia lawmakers passed a sports betting bill in March of 2018 that allows in-person and online sports betting within state’s boundaries. West Virginia Lottery officials are aiming to have sports gambling platforms running by the beginning of the football season.
  • Pennsylvania. Late in 2017, Pennsylvania passed a sports betting bill with an activation clause, and the law became active once PAPSA was struck down. To obtain a Pennsylvania sports betting license, however, a casino must pay an initial $10 million fee and would face a 36 percent tax on sports betting revenues. This creates a difficult environment for casinos to operate a profitable sportsbook while maintaining favorable, market-competitive odds for bettors. It will be interesting to see if businesses will eventually pay these fees, and if the current legal framework will stay in place as neighboring states (New Jersey, Delaware, and West Virginia) see their sports gambling industry grow.
  • Rhode Island. On June 22, 2018, Rhode Island Governor Gina Raimondo signed into law the state’s 2019 budget, and that plan included language that permitted sports betting at the state’s two casinos. The budget plan, however, does not include provisions allowing mobile sports betting. Like Pennsylvania, Rhode Island intends to impose a considerable tax (51 percent of revenues). These expensive provisions might cause preexisting bettors to avoid placing legal wagers with casinos. Nonetheless, sports gambling is expected to go live at the state’s two casinos on October 1, 2018.
  • New York. In 2013, New York authorized sports gambling to commence at its commercial casinos in the event that the federal ban was lifted; and in 2016, New York also legalized the playing of daily fantasy sports. Since 2016, though, there has not been much progress made in the state. In order for the 2013 law to take effect, the New York State Gaming Commission needs to establish regulations for casinos to follow—to date, no such guidelines have been published. In June of this year, a bill that would have legalized sports betting throughout New York failed, but could be reintroduced in 2019.

While it’s unlikely that every state will embrace legal sports gambling, many other states across the country are expressing a willingness to open their doors to the possibilities that this emerging market provides. The growth in the market will undoubtedly continue, especially when state legislatures begin re-convening for new legislative terms.

Goodwin delivered 19 points (8-15 FG, 1-4 3Pt, 2-2 FT), six rebounds, an assist and a steal across 33 minutes in Sunday’s win over Grand Rapids.

Jordan Goodwin

Goodwin recorded 23 points (6-14 FG, 3-5 3Pt, 5-6 FT), five assists, four rebounds and three steals across 36 minutes in Saturday’s win over the Herd.

Capital City bounced back from Friday’s loss with a strong effort and Goodwin was at the center of the offense for the Go-Go, as he led the team in scoring and was the only player who crossed the 20-point plateau for them. Goodwin is averaging 15.5 points, 6.2 rebounds and 5.0 assists per game this season.

Jordan Goodwin: Stuffs stat sheet Monday

Goodwin registered 21 points (7-13 FG, 5-7 3Pt, 1-2 FT), seven assists, six rebounds and a block across 35 minutes in Monday’s win over the Charge.

Goodwin was one of two Capital City starters to score double digits, but he did more than just ending as the team’s second-best scorer due to his contributions as a playmaker and rebounder as well. Goodwin has scored 15-plus points in seven games in a row.

Jordan Goodwin: Leads team with 23 points

Goodwin recorded 23 points (9-22 FG, 1-5 3Pt, 2-2 FT), nine rebounds, five assists, four steals and a block across 34 minutes in Friday’s win over the Charge.

Goodwin was impressive in this one, as he led the team in scoring but also made his presence felt on defense and as a playmaking threat. He’s been putting up solid numbers of late and has registered 15-plus points in each of his last seven games. Throughout the year, Goodwin is averaging 15.3 points, 6.2 rebounds and 4.7 assists per tilt.

Jordan Goodwin: Goes for 19 points in win

Goodwin delivered 19 points (8-15 FG, 1-4 3Pt, 2-2 FT), six rebounds, an assist and a steal across 33 minutes in Sunday’s win over Grand Rapids.

Goodwin has now scored at least 15 points in each of his last four appearances, and he continues to be one of the best players for the Go-Go on a nightly basis. He’s struggling from deep, but other than that, he’s been scoring at a high level.

Jordan Goodwin: Sniffs double-double

Goodwin registered 26 points (8-18 FG, 2-6 3Pt, 5-7 FT), nine rebounds, four assists and three steals across 37 minutes in Friday’s win over Grand Rapids.

Goodwin carried the Go-Go on offense but also impressed in other areas of the game, ending just one rebound away from a double-double and also making his presence felt both as a defender and as a playmaker. It’s also worth noting that Goodwin has scored at least 20 points in three of his last five contests.

Jordan Goodwin: Goes for 16 points in loss

Goodwin posted 16 points (6-12 FG, 3-5 3Pt, 1-1 FT), five rebounds, two assists, two steals and a block across 27 minutes in Friday’s loss against the Mad Ants.

Goodwin was one of three starters that surpassed the 15-point mark in this contest, and he delivered an efficient performance in terms of shooting the rock. He’s now scored in double digits in just two of his last five contests, though, so he is lacking consistency on a game-to-game basis.

Jordan Goodwin: Sniffs triple-double in win

Goodwin posted 23 points (10-20 FG, 3-4 3Pt), 10 assists, eight rebounds, three steals and a block across 39 minutes in Monday’s win over the Raptors 905.

Goodwin ended just two dimes away from posting what would’ve been an even more impressive stat line, and he continues to settle as one of the most versatile offensive threats on the Go-Go roster. He’s scored in double digits in six of his first 10 games of the campaign.

Jordan Goodwin: Records double-double

Goodwin had 20 points (8-14 FG, 1-4 3Pt, 2-3 FT), 10 assists, nine rebounds and a steal across 38 minutes in Friday’s win over the Ignite.

Goodwin was one of two players that scored at least 20 points for the Go-Go, and he continues to play at a high level every time he steps on the court. Goodwin was so good that he ended just one rebound away from posting what would’ve been an impressive triple-double.

Jordan Goodwin: Scores team-high 20 points

Goodwin recorded 20 points (8-12 FG, 1-3 3Pt, 2-2 FT), four rebounds, four assists and two steals across 32 minutes in Saturday’s win over Windy City.

Goodwin has been one of the most consistent scorers for Capital City, and he is averaging 14.1 points per game this season. He’s scored 20 or more points in two of his last three appearances as well, and he has scored at least 14 points in five of his contests.

Jordan Goodwin: Two boards shy of double-double

Goodwin delivered 22 points (9-12 FG, 2-3 3Pt, 2-3 FT), eight rebounds, four assists and three steals across 32 minutes in Saturday’s win over the Swarm.

In addition to ending close to a double-double, Goodwin was particularly efficient and needed only 12 shots to surpass the 20-point mark. He’s averaging 14.8 points per game on the season and should remain a capable offensive contributor for the Go-Go as long as he remains healthy.

Jordan Goodwin: Time in NBA over

Washington didn’t re-sign Goodwin after his 10-day contract expired Thursday, Keith Smith of reports.

Goodwin will presumably rejoin the Wizards’ G League affiliate, the Capital City Go-Go, following his brief stint in the NBA. He appeared in two games for Washington, playing six minutes in total.

Wizards’ Jordan Goodwin: Triple-doubles in showcase

Goodwin recorded 10 points (5-16 FG, 0-3 3Pt, 0-2 FT), 12 rebounds, 10 assists and three steals across 33 minutes in a win over Iowa on Dec. 20.

Goodwin was one of five players that scored in double digits in this game and while he was far from being the top scorer in this contest, he certainly made his presence felt with a strong effort across the board. It was his first triple-double of the G League campaign.

Jordan Goodwin: Inks 10-day deal with Washington

Goodwin and the Wizards agreed Sunday on a 10-day deal via a hardship exemption, Shams Charania of The Athletic reports.

Goodwin has been playing for Washington’s G League affiliate (Capital City Go-Go) this season, averaging 15.8 points, 5.9 rebounds and 3.6 assists in 14 games. The 6-foot-3, 200-pound guard could get the chance to fill minutes off the Washington bench in the short term while the Wizards currently have three rotation members of the backcourt (Bradley Beal, Kentavious Caldwell-Pope and Raul Neto) in the NBA’s health and safety protocols.

Jordan Goodwin: Impresses off bench Saturday

Goodwin notched 14 points (6-19 FG, 0-5 3Pt, 1-1 FT)), six assists, five rebounds, three steals and a block across 31 minutes off the bench in Saturday’s loss against Delaware.

Goodwin impressed off the bench for Capital City and continues to be a steady offensive force for them, as he’s currently averaging 16.3 points per game on the season. In fact, he’s scored in double digits in all but one game this season and has scored at least 13 points in five of his last six appearances.

Jordan Goodwin: Struggles from field Friday

Goodwin posted 10 points (3-17 FG, 0-3 3Pt, 3-3 FT), six rebounds, three assists and three steals across 30 minutes in Friday’s loss to Maine.

Goodwin is the undisputed leader on offense for the Go-Go, but he struggled badly on offense in this game and looked quite poor. He’s averaging a healthy 20.5 points per game this season and that alone suggests he should bounce back sooner than later.

Jordan Goodwin: Puts up 21 points

Goodwin recorded 21 points (9-16 FG, 1-6 3Pt, 1-1 FT), seven rebounds, seven assists and three steals across 40 minutes in Thursday’s loss to Maine.

Goodwin was the leading scorer for the Go-Go once again, and that has been a trend every time he’s stepped on the hardwood this season. He’s scored at least more than 15 points in four of his first five games and has surpassed the 20-point mark in three of those contests.

Jordan Goodwin: Scores team-high 18 points

Goodwin delivered 18 points (7-17 FG, 0-5 3Pt, 2-3 FT), 10 rebounds, two steals and a block across 36 minutes in Wednesday’s loss against Long Island.

Another game, another strong scoring output from Goodwin. He has been the scoring leader for Capital City almost on a game-to-game basis and that’s not likely to change going forward — giving him strong upside across all formats.

Jordan Goodwin: Goes for 29 points

Goodwin recorded 29 points (11-20 FG, 4-8 3Pt, 2-2 FT), eight rebounds, four steals and three assists across 39 minutes in Saturday’s win over Westchester.

Goodwin scored 32 points (12-21 FG, 4-8 3Pt, 2-2 FT) in the season opener and while he wasn’t able to repeat that stat line, he once again showed he’s quite likely to operate as Capital City’s main scoring threat on a routine basis.

Jordan Goodwin: Explodes for 32 points

Goodwin finished with 32 points (12-21 FG, 4-8 3Pt, 2-2 FT), eight rebounds, an assist and a steal across 33 minutes in Friday’s win over Westchester.

Goodwin was Capital City’s main go-to player on offense and his numbers back that up, as he paced the team in scoring but also did it in field-goal attempts — and by a wide margin. While he’s not going to hover around the 30-point mark on a nightly basis, he could very well operate as the team’s main scoring threat every time he steps on the hardwood.

Cincinnati Reds (9/4)

Why oddsmakers have the Cincinnati Reds as leaders to win National League Central

There have been some significant subtractions to the Cincinnati Reds’ roster since they were swept out of the postseason by the Atlanta Braves without scoring a run.

Trevor Bauer, Anthony DeSclafani and Freddy Galvis became free agents. Raisel Iglesias was traded to the Los Angeles Angels. Archie Bradley, Curt Casali and Brian Goodwin were cut. After ending a seven-year playoff drought, the Reds have reduced payroll following a season without fans.

But not everybody views it as a complete step back.

The consensus among oddsmakers is that the Reds are very slight favorites to win the division. The odds to win the National League Central via BetOnline:

Cincinnati Reds (9/4)

St. Louis Cardinals (5/2)

Chicago Cubs (11/4)

Milwaukee Brewers (13/4)

Pittsburgh Pirates (33/1)

There is little difference between the top four teams in the division, but oddsmakers like the Reds’ core group of players.

“The reason why we put the Reds ahead of those teams,” said Adam Burns, the sportsbook manager at, “was pretty much – my baseball guy who works with me feels the Reds had sort of a weird ending to last season. They have a pretty decent team. A team that didn’t do a big overhaul like some of the other teams. If they can kind of keep that going, we feel like they might have a better team than the Cardinals, Cubs and Brewers.”

Burns said most of the money in the BetOnline sportsbook is coming in on the Cardinals at this point, though someone did place a bet on the Reds during his phone call with The Enquirer on Thursday.

“I think there is a case to be made for all of those teams,” Burns said. “But when we’re looking at last year when they played the Braves and they couldn’t score, they could’ve beaten them realistically and who knows what would’ve happened after that. They’re a team that could make a run.”

The Reds are counting on their own players to improve offensively after they produced the third-fewest runs per game (4.05) and an MLB-low .212 batting average. The rotation will be weaker without Bauer, last year’s Cy Young winner, but it’s still the strength of the team.

The Bovada sportsbook has the Reds tied with the Cardinals as divisional favorites (5-2), but they have the Reds a rung ahead of the Cardinals in their NL pennant and World Series odds (28-1).

“Part of that reasoning is reflected in the fact that we are definitely seeing more Cincinnati Reds money for the World Series than we are currently seeing for Cardinals and Cubs money,” said Pat Morrow, the head oddsmaker at Bovada.

“We have the Reds and the Cardinals both at 5-2 or +250, with the Cubs +275 and the Brewers at 3-1. Our updated odds really do have it as anyone’s race there.”

The oddsmaker consensus gives the Reds the fifth-best odds to win the NL pennant. They are, however, far and away behind the Los Angeles Dodgers, San Diego Padres, Atlanta Braves and New York Mets.

The odds to win the NL pennant via Bovada:

Washington Nationals (+1800)

Philadelphia Phillies (+2200)

Miami Marlins (+3000)

Arizona Diamondbacks (+5000)

Colorado Rockies (+6000)

San Francisco Giants (+6000)

“I think you look at the Reds and even though they had the offensive struggles that they did in the Wild Card Series, that wasn’t truly indicative of their abilities,” Morrow said. “I think when we look at the Cincinnati Reds, ultimately, they kind of underperformed.

“What often occurs in these small sample sizes in the playoffs is that even with Bauer missing that the sum of the parts is as such and that other opponents inside of the division have taken a bit of a step back that we expect them – they certainly are not a favorite or a runaway favorite – to be competitive in what we have to be a very wide-open division.”

News of Marquise Goodwin opting out of the 2020 NFL season broke earlier today and now we have an explanation straight from the source. The Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver had the following to say during a video posted to his YouTube channel. You can watch the entire thing below and read on for a transcription:

Marquise Goodwin explains opt out decision: “I won’t take the chance of experiencing another loss”

News of Marquise Goodwin opting out of the 2020 NFL season broke earlier today and now we have an explanation straight from the source. The Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver had the following to say during a video posted to his YouTube channel. You can watch the entire thing below and read on for a transcription:

“I wrote something out but I feel like it would be better for y’all to see me and just get it straight from the heart. So I’ma just give y’all what people been asking for. So here’s my statement.

It’s truly, truly a blessing and a privilege to be able to play football, the game that I love so much and have been blessed to play since I was nine years of age. The NFL organization provides my family and I with many opportunities that I wouldn’t have been presented in other industries. Traveling to several states per year and traveling internationally to play on foreign soil has allowed me to gain an appreciation for different cultures and a wider world view perspective. The NFL organization has allowed me to create a platform I’ve always dreamed of and allows me to reach numerous people in different stages of life.

I’ve chosen to opt out of playing in the 2020-2021 season this year and here’s why. Three years ago I made a decision that affected my whole life. I chose to leave my wife at the hospital after prematurely birthing our first baby — due to incompetent cervix, which resulted in a fatality — to play in a football game. I felt like I had to prove to my coaches and new team that I was dedicated to winning and I wouldn’t let anything keep me from that goal, not even my family.

The following year in the same month, the same week, our lives took another traumatic turn. Two weeks after learning that her abdominal cerclage was failing, my wife called me shortly after I arrived in our team hotel in Tampa, Florida, to inform me she was having painful contractions and my grandma, who flew up to help take of [my wife] Morgan while I would go to work at away games, had to rush her to the ER. Here we are again in the same predicament as a year ago except I was almost 3,000 miles away. Anxiety overtook me as I again had to make a similar decision. Would I choose to play again like everyone may expect me to do? Or do I go home and tend to my ailing wife? Nevertheless, I told our GM at the time that I absolutely had to fly back and honor my wedding vows that I made to her, myself, and God. We lost our twin boys. We had three angel babies to watch as their heartbeats grew more and more faint by the minute until it stopped. I’m holding these babies, y’all, and I’m seeing my babies heartbeats grow weaker and weaker. Like, imagine that. You know what I’m saying?

After those loses, I was expected to perform on the gridiron. Soon, I was losing excitement to play the game. Like, it was all I could think about. My wife at home, she didn’t have a pregnant belly anymore, nobody to cling to, no shoulder to cry on, no one to talk to, while I’m at work getting the love and everybody patting me on the back and soothing me and getting me right while she’s at home. Some may not understand as they may not have to deal with this issue. It made me vulnerable. I didn’t know how to cope with the loss of babies. I’ve always wanted kids, I’ve always wanted babies, but still we came home with no babies.

My game decreased. I started playing less. I was getting injured. I was losing weight. I wasn’t the same vibrant soul in the football facility like I once was. I was mad, I felt like I should be at home helping my best friend get past the grief. Therefore I could be THE Marquise Goodwin , the guy I was on the field my first season in San Fran, except better.

Onward to February 2019, our lives changed for the better as we finally were blessed to bring home our first living baby, our rainbow baby. ( Goodwin brings his daughter over) Alright, y’all. This right here, this is my reason. She is the reason I’m opting out for the season. After choosing football so many times, I feel like I’m inclined to make the right decision by finally choosing my family first, and that’s real talk.

It’s known that the NFL is implementing protocols to combat COVID pandemic as well as other professional leagues. I won’t take the chance of experiencing another loss because of my selfish decision-making. I can’t do it.

Therefore, I’ve chosen to opt out for playing only for this [2020] season or until medical professionals all around the world agree it’s a safe environment for everyone and not just NFL players. I will not play the 2020-2021 NFL football season. I am asking everyone to respect my decision and it is my hope that you stay safe through these unprecedented times.”

“It doesn’t mean that I don’t love football. It doesn’t mean that I don’t want to be an Eagle. It doesn’t mean anything than besides the fact that I’m protecting [my wife and daughter.] These are my pride and joy. I live for these two, I die for these two.”

It’s impossible to blame Goodwin for wanting to do what he feels is best for his family. They’ve clearly been through a lot over the past few years.

Goodwin’s opt out means he will either qualify for a $350,000 stipend (high risk) or a $150,000 cash advance (voluntary). His one-year, $1.35 million contract with an additional $1 million available in incentives originally intended for 2020 will now toll over to the 2021 season.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Kansas City Chiefs will battle in Super Bowl LV to determine who will be world champions. The Chiefs seek their second-straight title, while it has been 18 years since the Bucs won it all. One of the players Bucs QB Tom Brady will throw to in the big game will be receiver Chris Godwin. Below, we look at Chris Godwin’s Super Bowl prop bets with picks and predictions.

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Chris Godwin longest reception: OVER 24.5 yards (-115)

When the Bucs faced the Chiefs earlier in the season, Godwin’s longest reception was 44 yards. Also, in four of his last five games, he has had a reception of 25 yards or more.

Chris Godwin’s first reception: OVER 10.5 yards (+100)

Again, Godwin is the big-play threat and is targeted down the field. On average, the ball travels 8.6 yards per throw before each reception, meaning he is, on average, almost at the total.

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