Caroline Wozniacki +1,200
How the hell does Wozniacki stay at No. 1 in the World without a major title? She made the semis in Australia last year so there is good value with Sweet Caroline.
Maria Sharapova +1,400
Maria is still the standard by which we judge tennis hotties. And while she is past her prime on the court, she still turns heads off it. She won the Aussie Open back in 2008, so Sharapova is worth a look if she's healthy - which she isn't.
Maria Kirilenko +15000
This Russian seems to flame out in the third round of every major but what's the point of doing a slideshow if you don't include a beauty like Maria. Hockey star Alexander Ovechkin is dating her these days, so that means we all have a shot with her as long as we've got money and can speak Russian.
Sabine Lisicki +2,500
Lisicki hasn't been past the third round in Melbourne for her career but comes into the Australian Open at her highest ranking - No. 15 in the World.
Ana Ivanovic +4,000
The former No. 1 has fallen back in the tennis ranks, but not in our hearts. Ivanovic didn't look sharp in tuneup matches but was a Aussie Open finalist in 2008.
Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova +5,000
Pavlyuchenkova has been to the quarterfinals at two other Grand Slam events, but has only gone as far as the third round in Melbourne.
Jelena Jankovic +6,600
We're the fence about Jankovic. Sometimes she looks like an elite-level tennis hotty. And others, she has that ponytail so tight she gives herself a five-head (Bigger than a forehead).
Julia Goerges +6,600
This German sweetheart hasn't broken the third round at any major tournament and comes into the Australian Open ranked No. 21 in the World. However, she is better on hard courts and claims Melbourne is her favorite event.
Dominika Cibulkova +10,000
The native of Slovakia is a long shot at the Aussie Open, but it's not her tennis talents we're after here.
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All 32 NFL team's Super Bowl odds and cheerleaders
It seems like only yesterday that the New England Patriots defeated the Seattle Seahawks en route to winning the franchise's fourth Super Bowl, but the NFL is back! To get you geared up for a new season of cashing in bets and anguishing in the misery of a bad beat, we present each team's Super Bowl odds accompanied by some of their finest eye candy. Enjoy.
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Can bettors blame their losing wagers on these red-hot WAGs?
Green Bay Packers fans are blaming Aaron Rodgers' gal pal Olivia Munn for the Cheeseheads' slow start to the season. Here's a look at some other wives and girlfriends that may have busted your bets in recent years.
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Betting odds on which beauty will be Tiger Woods' next girlfriend
Following the breakup of Tiger Woods and Lindsey Vonn, online shop Paddy Power introduced a novelty prop on Tiger's next girlfriend. Here's a look at some of these beauties and their odds.
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1* Georgetown (7:05 ET): By this point of the season, you should need much more in the way of rationale for playing against St. John's. First year head coach Chris Mullin really walked into a bad situation here and so far the Red Storm are just 7-17 straight up w/ their last win coming all the way back on December 13th. So yeah, go the other way.
Georgetown is back home after an ugly week (0-2 on the road) and looking to end a 5-game ATS losing streak. The Hoyas have won just one of those games straight up, beating Creighton by a single point. Off an 11-point loss at Butler and eight-point loss at Seton Hall, John Thompson III's team really needs a "pick me up." They should get it here as they just beat St. John's, by 20, on the road last month.
It was a season-high 93 points scored by the Hoyas in that first meeting. I'm not sure if they'll get quite there again, but the offense should certainly be better here than it was against Seton Hall on Saturday (33.9 FG%). St. John's defense is giving up an average of more than 80 points per game in conference play and as a team just got torched, losing by 33, at home to Butler on Satuday. Lay the points as this should be a blowout. 1* Georgetown
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