Tuesday, Oct. 28

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The question now is, will the World Series finish before Thanksgiving?

World Series Game 5 Postponed...Again. at 3:32 p.m.ET
Major League Baseball has postponed the continuation of Game 5 that was supposed to be finished tonight, due to inclement weather. Game 5 is scheduled to continue Wednesday at 8:37 p.m. ET, in Philadelphia. Nevertheless, the matchup has been taken off the board. Enjoy some indoor NBA action tonight!

Today's Preview
The match between PSV and Ado Den Haag of the Dutch Honorary Division starts our day at 3 p.m. ET on ESPN360 and gives us a "total goals" matchup with the over/under at 2.5 goals. The English Premier League also makes our board with West Brom at Newcastle with the home team slightly favored.

Two college football games make our board with a "straight up" matchup on ESPNU between Buffalo at Ohio (-2) and a "total points" prop for the Houston-Marshall game at 8 p.m. on ESPN2 with the over/under at 59.5.

Also, the NBA season starts with two player props. LeBron James' points go against Kevin Garnett's points and rebounds at 8 p.m. ET. LBJ averaged 30 points-per-game last season while KG averaged 19 points and 9 rebounds. Expect Bron-Bron to have a unbelievable season and he should be your number one pick in every Fantasy Basketball draft. For the 10:30 p.m. ET Blazers-Lakers game, I featured two young big men who look to have breakout seasons, Greg Oden and Andrew Bynum in a "more points" matchup.

NHL favorites for the night: Philadelphia Flyers, Calgary Flames and the Vancouver Canucks.

NBA Opening Night: Milwaukee Bucks at Chicago Bulls
Two Eastern Conference playoff contenders, Bucks and the Bulls go head-to-head in their first game of the season. The Bulls are favored by six and I am hoping Ben Gordon scores 20 points because he is on all my fantasy teams (my sleeper of the year.)

Yesterday's Notes: Streakers finished with an overall winning percentage of 59 percent, with the top streak extender being the Tennessee Titans who stay perfect at 7-0. The top streak breaker was Dinamo Moscow who lost at home to CSKA Moscow 3-1, in the Russian Premier League. Our newest leader is now at 17 wins!