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Colorado just became the 19th state to authorize sports betting and commissioner Adam Silver began his administration in with the plan to fully embrace sports betting. The future is now for the sports bettor and the NBA, and Ezra Kucharz , the chief business officer at DraftKings, explained how this is all going to work and how sports betting will affect the average NBA fan.
What is the benefit for the NBA? Only where mobile betting is legal and DraftKings has authorization — New Jersey, West Virginia, and Indiana — could fans use their phones to bet on games. There are other states where mobile betting is allowed, but DraftKings does not yet have live betting. Eventually fans will be able to bet on NBA results, propositions, individual scoring, etc. For example, fans could now go to a Pacers game, download the app, and place bets from the arena.
But we appear to be years away from an actual sportsbook inside an arena. The idea is in states where you can legally wager, put some money into an account and bet on the game beforehand or bet on in-game activities. Kucharz said about 70 percent of DraftKings basketball betting involves in-game propositions, such as individual scoring, quarter-by-quarter scoring, and over-under totals. Over the past three decades, football fans have become enamored with some backup running back because the starter has been injured.
The NFL has done nothing but benefit off the influx of fantasy football, and Silver decided the NBA should also create another revenue stream. This actually makes it much safer and protects the integrity of the game. Gone are the days when bettors simply wagered on point spreads or winners and losers.
I think people are watching the game and want a little action. He suggested he could reduce their minutes in games or even give the pair some games off, hoping his supporting cast could keep the Clippers competitive. In the past, Rivers has chosen rest over playoff seed. He had no issue with his Celtics slipping to the fourth seed because he was able to get Paul Pierce , Kevin Garnett , and Ray Allen some rest.
Leonard is not the type of player who is going to sacrifice his health for 82 games. The league discovered that he has a sore left patella tendon and would benefit from occasional rest. What does that say to the fans who bought tickets just to see Leonard face Giannis Antetokounmpo? The NBA does not like the perception that so early in the season players are already taking breaks.
How much will this cost the Clippers in wins and playoff seeding? It could be significant considering the Lakers, Jazz, and Nuggets are all vying for the No. Because of load management, fans could see a Lakers-Clippers Western Conference semifinal matchup if the Clippers drop to fourth. The Clippers have lost both games Leonard has rested so far. The Warriors and Pelicans have been beset by injuries.
The Pelicans were loaded after the Anthony Davis trade, but then lost No. They lost former second overall pick Marvin Bagley in the opening game, the Kings have had trouble playing sound defense, and new coach Luke Walton is having his problems. And while there is plenty of opportunity to get the Kings back into playoff contention, it will be an arduous task in the difficult Western Conference.
But as these three teams have struggled, it has essentially opened three potential playoff spots. The Suns are actually relevant for the right reasons; off to a start under new coach Monty Williams. And one of the primary players responsible for their success is a familiar name in Boston: Aron Baynes. The Suns lost former No.
And one of the primary players responsible for their success is a familiar name in Boston: Aron Baynes. The Suns lost former No. He has averaged a career-high 16 points per game 6. Ricky Rubio has blended in nicely at point guard, while Frank Kaminsky has escaped Siberia also known as the Charlotte Hornets and has been productive off the bench.
Minnesota jumped out to a record with wins over Brooklyn, Miami and Washington before suffering consecutive losses to Milwaukee and Memphis. Towns is averaging Minnesota has 10 players averaging at least 6 points per game and it is thriving from the offseason acquisition of Wrentham native Jake Layman , who has added athleticism.
Of course, the fear is that Minnesota will eventually slip back to its underachieving ways. Seven San Antonio players are averaging at least 10 points, including point guard Dejounte Murray , who missed all of last season with a torn anterior cruciate ligament. Former first-round pick Lonnie Walker is out of the rotation, while free agent signee Trey Lyles is averaging just 4.
The Spurs wanted Marcus Morris in that role, but he spurned the Spurs to sign with the Knicks after they had traded Davis Bertans to the Wizards to clear salary-cap space. Dallas was believed to be interested in Kemba Walker before the Celtics nabbed him and instead settled for former Toronto first-round pick Delon Wright.
The Mavericks are also using Tim Hardaway Jr. The ageless J. Dallas has been seeking a playoff return for years, but was never able to sign that premium free agent. The Mavericks should reach the postseason, if they can stay healthy. Suspending rookie Kevin Porter Jr. He made contract with Spooner, who looked back at Porter in annoyance. Porter told coach John Beilein that he immediately apologized to Spooner but still received the one-game suspension.
Did it have an issue with Porter? Was the NBA trying to warn the rookie to respect officials? He apologized to the official right way. Bowman went undrafted but quickly received a call from the Warriors following the draft with a two-way contract offer. The only way Bowman could spend more than 45 days is being transferred to a standard NBA contract, but that could mean a bigger luxury tax for the club, unless it waives a contract. Gary Washburn can be reached at gwashburn globe.
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I loved it so much that I m going to use some of my savings to go back this year. I m using my savings to go to Costa Rica and on a skiing trip. I also hope to do something special for my year anniversary next year. I had a new staircase installed so I can now go from the ground floor to the cellar without using a ladder! Natalie Charlton, Head of Events, Leeds I spent my Sharesave savings on a week in sunny Devon with family and friends and also treated myself to a new golf putter.
It was a Scotty Cameron for any keen golfers out there! Sharesave is a simple way to save each month through payroll deductions. At the end of the savings period, you can buy your shares at a discounted price or have your money returned so you ll never lose out.
Our Sharesave schemes now operate right across William Hill in all nine countries. In the last year, the staffing has been a particular challenge with the introduction of lone working and an establishment shortfall.
He is always calm and deals with everyone in the right way. On top of this, Strutton Ground LBO is one of the busiest shops in the district and he also has an incredibly long journey into work, having to leave his house at 4. Iain comments. We know that we have lots of dedicated colleagues working in the Retail estate.
Colleagues who do their jobs quietly, efficiently and away from the spotlight unrecognised but not unnoticed. We decided it was time to celebrate some of these unsung heroes. Sometimes, when a customer places an unusual bet, it s tempting to think Do they know more than we know? As Stephen said: It certainly made a difference from all the usual bets during Cheltenham! When we spoke to Jon, he said: It isn t down to just me my Deputy and shop team are a huge help, as is Iain.
The whole area is well structured thanks to AOM Richard Walsh and we have regular area meetings where we can share ideas and help each other out. Speaking of his early starts, Jon explained: I live by the sea so I have to get the am train. It s OK though I have a nap on the way! He is always on hand to offer any help and has recently taken responsibility for helping with Relief team colleagues.
He has arranged meetings and went to a lot of effort putting together content and handouts for the Relief team. When asked about his extracurricular work with Relief colleagues, Jim said: I know that sometimes Relief colleagues may miss communications and we can t assume that they know everything about every shop. For that reason, I like to help them and keep them in the loop. He s very open, takes feedback on board and is always happy to help.
Congratulations to our Unsung Heroes, who were both presented with a gift. Look out for more unsung heroes in the next issue of Will2win. Chrissie is now in her first year as a professional tattoo artist and got in touch with Will2win to tell us about a very special tattoo she did for a customer. The customer found Chrissie on Instagram and asked her to create a special tattoo in memory of her late grandad who loved blackjack and horse-racing and spent most of his time at William Hill.
Chrissie s colourful design incorporates all the elements that had a special meaning for her customer, Amy. It s certainly an impressive work of body art! So, go on, pledge to try a new activity we have plenty to choose from and make a positive change to your lifestyle Thanks to our colleagues from the International Colleague Forum, and their respective teams, for all their hard work on our first ever Health and Wellbeing programme.
We ve had fantastic input from every country see details opposite and we hope that in April, lots of you will do something different go along to a workshop, take up a new challenge or follow our weekly top tips to help you make the most out of life. Feelgood at HOME is for everyone, everywhere, and it s easy to get involved. To start with, it s about making Tiny Little Changes TLC to your lifestyle that will improve your physical and mental wellbeing.
For example, one of the easiest ways to get active is to walk. A short walk every day builds up to miles and miles over time. Those of you who ve taken on our Walking Challenge to walk a mile every day from April 1 will have completed a marathon by April 26 the date of the London marathon and that s a great achievement.
Improving your health and wellbeing isn t about spending lots of money either. Using the lift instead of the stairs costs nothing, upping your daily intake of water is free, and it goes without saying that giving up smoking or cutting down on alcohol both have obvious financial advantages! We ve listened to your feedback in our HOME Truths survey and we re focused on making gradual improvements.
We know that healthy people are better equipped to give their best in their work and personal lives and our Health and Wellbeing policy is all about Making That Happen. So, what will you do? And on page 11, Crispin Nieboer reveals how he caught the meditation bug. Commit yourself and win a Fitbit! Commit to a health and wellbeing challenge now and you could win one of 10 Fitbit activity trackers that we re giving away.
Tell us what you re going to do and we ll enter your name into our draw. We ll follow up on how everyone s getting on in a few months time. Running didn t come easy to Senior HR Manager Heather Kelly, but her determination paid off I worked in Manila in for most of the year when the team there became integrated into William Hill.
With all the travelling, staying in hotels and eating late at night, I found I put on around 21lbs in weight. To get back in shape, I joined a gym. I decided to take up running when I found it was such a good way to burn calories. It took me ages and ages to learn how to run. In the beginning, I couldn t walk five miles let alone run them!
Someone said to me: I don t think you re ever going to get this. That made me more determined. I started off gradually and I ve now run six half-marathons. The last one I did in 2 hours 12 minutes. Over time, I lost all the weight and I ve since given up smoking too. I ll be running the London Marathon in April to support a charity called GetKidsGoing, which helps disabled children become involved in sport.
I never ever thought I d be doing this. If I can get fit, anyone can! Heather took part in the Coventry half-marathon on March 1 Weight loss winner Shedding weight has encouraged Gareth Dawson, Service Support Analyst, Retail, to help others do the same I first went along to Weightwatchers three years ago and when I joined Before and after Gareth now motivates other to be losers William Hill in , I was almost at my target weight.
Since then I ve stuck to my eating plan and losing weight, a total of 2st 12lbs, has made a massive improvement to my physical and mental health. I m currently training to be a Weightwatchers leader alongside my full-time job as a Service Support Analyst in Leeds so I can encourage others to make a change.
I m also featured in the May issue of Weightwatchers magazine. Feel good wherever you are Here are just a few of the activities taking place in April around the William Hill world. Colleagues and customers get the chance to be champions with the help of some artwork that the team at Limehouse LBO, London, made for the day.
It was all the mo re amazing for the winning Irish jockey Leighton Aspell, who triumphed for the second year in a row. Lots of you had your cameras and phones at the ready on Saturday to capture a flavour of the day and took the trouble to send your photos to Will2win. What a great conversation piece! Dream on, John and where did you get that horse? Laura, David and Nikki from Dingwall LBO, Scotland, were a bit camera shy but were happy to share some of the work they put in to make Grand National Day special from decorating the shop to novel ways to choose a winner.
The opportunity for technical innovation at William Hill is great. Our industry has been drastically altered many times by innovations such as betting exchanges, online poker, in-play betting, mobile and social gaming, and there will be more to come.
Our presence in the Shoreditch technical community is helping us differentiate our product, and reduce dependence on one-size-fitsall suppliers. This means that we can respond more rapidly to market opportunities as they arise and lead change ourselves. The Product Development Team in Shoreditch has just completed build of a new bonus and loyalty system for our Vegas product. The Online Casino market is highly competitive, and large operators compete for customers predominantly by offering a myriad of bonuses linked to their play.
Our new Bonus Wallet technology will allow us to offer our Vegas customers the most attractive and personalised deals, linked to the widest range of behaviours, and let them track their earnings with clear real-time updates online. The Innovation Team has delivered two successful projects so far. The team developed a new prototype for our Self-Service Betting Terminals, which will offer a much improved customer experience, based on modern lowmaintenance hardware, and which will be rolled out across our estate in due course.
They also developed a Responsible Gaming feature Customer Controls which allows customers to personalise their limits by product, day of the week and time of day. This is live on the Games tab of williamhill. The Shoreditch office is a great base where we can collaborate with interesting technology companies, to help us build innovative apps or products. We worked with a third-party development house, Red7Mobile, to develop a darts app that we launched during the World Darts Championship.
This enabled customers to bet on darts In-Play using a casino-style interface sliding chips on to a green baize and follow the action in real time on their smartphones, with darts flying through the air. The next phase of the app will enable customers to bet on where the next dart will land by simply touching the appropriate area of a dartboard graphic.
The next stage in mobile is wearables and we re already looking at these future technologies. We re working on a betting solution for the forthcoming Apple Watch, which has received lots of press coverage. We re also working with a local development house in Shoreditch on a new horse-racing prototype called Get In The Race for Google Cardboard a pair of cardboard and plastic goggles costing around 8, which provide a full 3-D experience when you slot in your smartphone.
This will allow customers to effectively sit on the horse they have bet on, and experience the race from the jockey s point of view. We plan to demo this product at the Digital Shoreditch conference in May. The Innovation team is passionate about encouraging and nurturing the growth of new ideas. Our Global Ideas Challenge was about tapping into the expertise and knowledge that exists within the company.
We also want to attract more start-up technology businesses and entrepreneurial talent. To do this we are looking at potentially setting up an incubator. In business terms, this would mean offering a small number of start-ups a range of services each year, including office space, mentoring, access to certain skills and investment a bit like William Hill meets Dragon s Den. We work on all kinds of projects at Shoreditch across Retail and Online on both the front end what our customers see and back end what they don t.
We exist to create an enjoyable and memorable experience our customers love and trust. Everything we do feeds into that, and the growing tech talent we are nurturing here is available to support the global business wherever it s needed. When I was launching my start-up, I had difficulty sleeping as it was a relatively stressful experience in the beginning. To cope with this, I took up meditation and attended classes at a Buddhist monastery in west London for two years.
I still meditate occasionally now it can help with lots of things. What was the last book you read? Travels With Charley by John Steinbeck. It s about his travels around America in a camper van with his poodle Charley. Whenever I go on holiday, I my three brothers for recommendations and this was one. How do you unwind? Cooking with the kids, who are aged five and two, and watching cricket and rugby. I love going to some of the local race meetings too; my wife and I usually get a day away from the kids for Glorious Goodwood.
For the Grand National we always have a party at my house and I do a barbecue if the weather holds. There was a great buzz about the area then and John was a board boy at the company s head office. Says John: It was a lively place and there was always something interesting happening. I remember one of the shops had a gold shirt in the window that had to be security protected. When the company moved to Harrow, John joined a small independent firm called J.
Jill, which was taken over by William Hill around 12 years later. John is proud to have always worked in shops that have done well. Both Bromley and Eltham have been great. We have a lot of regulars some I ve known for 30 years. They trust me and we have good relationships. Every day in a betting shop is different different racing results and sporting results. That s what I like about it. His most memorable day at work was the Grand National that never was.
In , 93, the race was declared void after problems at the start meant that 30 of the 39 riders failed to realise a false start had been called and set off. John recalls: We had to pay everything back. In those days, we d taken 2, slips or more and they all had to be refiled and put into order. We were there until 11pm. It was a bad day for the bookies. It was a lucky year for John in other ways. He met his wife Dawn 22 years ago when she worked for William Hill in Sidcup.
She no longer works for the company but his son Nathaniel is continuing the family connection cti and now works in Dartford LBO. He applied to William Hill as the work appealed to him and received a reply four months later! Says Alan: It was really exciting. It s hard to explain now but in those days there weren t many places you could bet.
We didn t have the lottery and you didn t have casinos. The atmosphere in the shop was great. Lots of good-natured shouting. Such a good place to work. The Leamington shop where he works has always been competitive. Says Alan: The location is not the best it could be, but we ve always had a loyal customer base.
Despite companies moving out of the area, we ve still done well. Alan s most memorable moments are both weather-related. The first saw the town come to a standstill due to heavy snow and the second, more serious, event was when the river Leam burst its banks. When it snowed, we were one of only two shops that opened in the High Street. The atmosphere was quite spooky, says Alan. The extensive flooding caused by the river bursting its banks affected the shop more than the team first realised, as Alan explains: We opened on the Saturday after Good Friday and after a bit of a clear-up, carried on.
It was only later that evening that we realised the lower level of the shop was completely submerged including ing the fuse boxes. I remember my DOM being put out that we needed a new vacuum cleaner. He said: Plug it in and see what happens. Sensibly I didn t! A keen horse-racing fan, Alan used to read The Sporting Life and still likes to follow the racing. As a fitting closure to his time at William Hill, Alan is taking early retirement this month and his last day will be Grand National Day.
Once he retires, he s planning on spending more time with his wife. He s already got a few activities lined up, from holidays in Italy and Spain to teaching her to cut the lawn. He attended the game wearing a tangerine boiler suit [Dundee United s home colours], while the club donated a number of items to be auctioned to support British Heart Foundation. A JustGiving page set up in Steven s memory has raised 2, so far and William Hill have also donated an additional 2, to the British Heart Foundation in Steven s name.
Willie Black, his District Operations Manager, said: Steve was a great guy and it s very sad to lose such a talented member of my team. He had an unbelievable rapport with both Fundraising launch: Front from left to right : Willie his team and customers, and he is a Black and Steven s brother Jonathan.
Back from big loss to the Scottish business. We don t know exactly when it dates from, says Area Operations Manager Ian Ruddock, but I noticed that one of the horses was Baronet, which won the Cambridgeshire in as a six-year-old, so it s probably around 40 years old. Once it s framed, I hope it will be sitting on the wall of my office, though my boss [Operations Controller Steven White] is trying to pinch it off me. It s another example of how our shops looked in the 70s. Does anyone else out there have any retro marketing that they d like to share with Will2win?
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Or for a few clues to get you started, go to the Sudoku Hints tab on the Will2win page. She and some of her colleagues think he s the spitting image of the model on the Just For Men hair colourant product light to medium brown hair! Congratulations to Joanne and to Gaming Project Manager Dan Bradley, who was enough of a good sport to pose next to the somewhat cheesy packaging.
They will each receive 25 to spend via My Choices. Keep sending in your entries we love receiving them. Dan Bradley and Just for Men model He looks just like the hair dye model! Non-UK colleagues will receive their prize in Amazon vouchers. I was lucky enough to wo rk for Liz ass a Deputy quite a few yea rs ago when she h taught me so much. However, I never graspe d her level of ability to ma nually settle bets!
She has become a role model to many in the dis tric t and she is a fabulous friend too. Stuart cycles twice around the world! John s office. The result left me iplying distances of between gobsmacked as it comes out, mult r 42,! That s the best part of almo wing a snowplough along Highlights over the years include follo of the A62 and catching the an otherwise totally deserted stretch d during my period on the road Mersey Ferry to and from Birkenhea s like all this cycling has done during EPOS installation year.
It seem day since November me good. I haven t missed a single, Leeds Stuart Stanton, Field Services Help Desk In line with our focus on health and wellbeing ng in April, Stuart s letter has been chosen as our star letter. He will receive a shirt signed by darts champion Gary Anderson. Scotland triumphed , with its first hat-trick for 46 years.
Our lucky winners, who won a pair of tickets plus accommodation and travel to the match, correctly predicted the time of the first goal 45 minutes into the game in the English League Cup Final between Chelsea and Tottenham. Gemma Edward describes the atmosphere: Walking toward Hampden Park itself was amazing, seeing the mass of colours and happy faces and everyone singing together.
It was also great to see Gibraltar and Scotland supporters arm in arm and enjoying each other s banter. I m thrilled that she will be recognised this year and hopefully spoilt rotten in Ayr. She instille d in me the importance of high standards and how knowing your customer creates that allimportant atmosphere to enhance our customer journey. Sh e has been a huge support to me ove r the years so thanks for everything g Liz.
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Since the hardback appeared last year, a few additional pieces of information have come my way, some of which will appear in the revised book. One of them concerns an actor who readers of a slightly more mature vintage will remember well. The actor, now 93, was always impeccably turned out in traditional English gentlemanabout-town style, complete with trademark bowler hat and rolled umbrella.
He also liked a bet. Having backed a stream of winners, I was collecting my winnings when a skeletal gentleman with broken nose and cauliflower ears sidled up: You, he rasped, The Guv wants yer. Macnee continued: William Hill was a gentleman. With great courtesy, he explained that given my father s reputation, my patronage was no longer acceptable. The following exchange took place.
Macnee: I do so enjoy doing business with you, Mr Hill. William Hill: Yes, son, but I can t afford you. Sometimes, I m so surprised by an that I am temporarily lost for words. My date of birth is so I am 30 years old. I live in North London. I was thinking that when I make a will I would leave the slip to someone in my family my children if I have some one day or my sister s child? Would that work so they would be able to collect the winnings should I be successful?
I don t have any odds in mind I don t really know too much about betting or how odds on an unusual thing like this would be calculated. I imagine the odds would be pretty long but would take your advice. I like things to be tidy. I was always disappointed as a child that I was born on January 21 as I don t like odd numbers or the untidiness of being born halfway through a month.
I guess if I lived for exactly years it would be neat and tidy. I wanted to put this idea into a bet as I am interested in the idea of imagined control over things that are largely out of our control. It is a nice thought that through an effort of will you could achieve something like this that, aside from lifestyle, is purely down to chances in life and the accident of your genes.
I hope all this makes sense and doesn t sound too strange! I m definitely not going to be around in and, to be fair, most of you won t be either. That means we won t have to worry about congratulating this lady with a card and flowers on achieving her centenary on the morning of January 21, before later that day sending a wreath to her family offering our condolences. Brian, replaced Roy Hodgson as Blackburn manager in 4 3. Snooker theatre 8 9. Romeu, Chelsea player who represented Spain at the Olympics 5 Home to the F1 Italian Grand Prix 5 Mr Hewitt, Wimbledon winner 7 Garros, The French Open perhaps 6 Olympic hosts in and 6 Mr Cowdrey, the first cricketer to play test matches 5 John, three-time Wimbledon Champion 7 Reel, Vintage Stakes winner 8 Danny, Championship Player of the Year 4 Down 1.
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These are popular with high odds football selections and horse racing. To place an accumulator with William Hill, navigate to the sportsbook. This is just a small selection of the competitions, countries, and leagues that players can place bets on. Clicking the home button will add Man Utd to the bet slip. This is what the bet slip looks like once your teams have been added. The accumulator option is shown towards the bottom. The number represents the number of selections on the bet slip that can be combined into an accumulator.
The free bet will then be credited on Friday. William Hill will give you the stake for your accumulator back if you miss by one selection. Postponed games or matches will be made void from your bet slip, unless the match is re-arranged within 48 hours of being cancelled or abandoned.
This is usually the case for most bookmakers. If your accumulator contains selections that are eligible for cash-in, and none of them are currently suspended, you should be able to cash in your bet. View the guide on cashing in your William Hill bets for more information. Your bet will still be valid and return what it should do, though. Accumulators need to contain at least four selections. Bets placed from Midnight on Friday until UK and Irish customers only.
Free bets can only be used on Football. Its presence on the High Street and town centres was already receding. Julie Palmer, partner at Begbies Traynor, said: "A spike in bored consumers turning to online gaming provided some respite and much-needed revenue, offering a new market for the company to target. William Hill plans to expand further in the US, where new opportunities are arising as the country's previously strict gambling rules are relaxed in some states. Chief executive Ulrik Bengtsson said: "I am delighted with William Hill's performance in these extraordinary times.
Our team has been remarkable, supporting each other and our customers throughout the pandemic, and I would like to thank them for their continuing efforts. Therefore, given the strength of our recovery post-lockdown, we have decided to repay the furlough funds. Punters betting on table tennis amid sports lull. Gambling firms to stop advertising during lockdown. Pandemic 'a disaster' for gambling addicts. William Hill boss leaves as bookies close.
It said about staff were affected, and most had been redeployed elsewhere. William Hill punters bet on table tennis in sports lull. William Hill employs 12, people in 10 countries, with 7, in the UK.
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