Sideshow Bob (+350)
Bart's arch nemesis has been foiled time and time again. Is this the season Sideshow Bob meets his doom? And will it come at the hands - or should we say "the end" - of a rake?
Edna Krabappel (+400)
Bart's horny teacher is voiced by Marcia Wallace, who only does voice work for Edna Krabappel. It would seem logical that she would be the one to go since it wouldn't impact any other Simpsons characters.
Abe "Grandpa" Simpson (+600)
The eldest member of the Simpson family could be on borrowed time heading into this season. Abe is a veteran of both World Wars, invented a sex tonic and got married a bunch of times. He's lived a full life.
Comic Book Guy (+600)
The extended sitting on the computer, high-fat diet, and his constant repulsion of just about anything and everything should have Comic Book Guy suffering a heart attack sooner than later.
Apu Nahasapeemapetilon (+900)
There's no way in hell Apu is going to die. The guy has been shot about 100 times defending the Quick-E-Mart and would leave behind a wife and eight kids. Thank you. Come again!
Barney Gumble (+1,000)
Barney's liver should look like an old shoe at this point, so his death would come as no surprise. He was clean for about half a season before falling off the wagon. Honestly, there is only one Barney. And that's drunk Barney.
Krusty The Clown (+1,000)
Krusty has faked his death before and has suffered more heart attacks and near-death beatings than you can count on eight yellow fingers. But the world needs a clown, and we don't see The Simpsons getting rid of theirs.
Moe Szyslak (+1,000)
He was born a snake-handler and he'll die a snake-handler. But will that death come this season? Moe is an angry, angry man and has fallen short on numerous suicide attempts.
Hans Moleman (+1,600)
If that football to the groin didn't take down Hans Moleman, we don't know what will. Moleman has survived explosions, the electric chair, fires and having Mr. Burns drill into his brain. If he is going to die, it better be one hell of a finish.
Chief Wiggum (+1,600)
Police work is a dangerous job, even if you're Chief Wiggum. Springfield's finest isn't shy about drawing his weapon, if he's shooting at bad guys, turning the TV off, or cracking nuts.
11/6/2013 11:16:00 AM
Celebrity Prop Odds: Orlando Bloom's Next Girlfriend
For those of you who aren't into the Lord of the Rings movies, the name Orlando Bloom may draw a blank. All you need to know is the guy just broke it off with his supermodel wife, Miranda Kerr, and is back on the market. What a dummy. PaddyPower.com has odds out on the English actor's next gal pal.
11/20/2013 1:20:00 PM
Hockey Heartbreakers: NHL Ice Girls
The NHL Ice Girl is one of the most underrated cheerleaders in sports. Not only is she getting the fans fired up and giving us something nice to look at but she's actually putting in work, clearing the ice. Here's a look the sexiest girls to wield a shovel.
10/25/2013 3:28:00 PM
NBA Championship Faves And Their Dancers
The NBA season is about to kick off. We take a look at the NBA title favorites - and their lovely dance squads - before the 2013-14 schedule begins.
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This is a 1* Free Play on the Phoenix Suns. (@10:30 EST)
The Phoenix Suns (11-9) come off a 106-97 win at home over the Toronto Raptors. Markieff Morris had 22 points and 11 rebounds while P.J. Tucker had 18 points and 13 rebounds versus his old team that drafted him. The LA Lakers (10-10) come off a 94-106 loss at home to the Toronto Raptors on Sunday. Kobe Bryant had 9 points, 8 rebounds and 8 turnovers in his much talked about return. Nick Young led the Lakers with 19 points off the bench. The Suns are a very profitable 11-2 ATS as the underdog this season and 9-2 ATS on the road. Phoenix is 5-3 ATS when facing the Lakers the last three seasons. The Lakers have lost their last two games on home court and are still trying to get used to life with Kobe Bryant back in the lineup and I expect some more struggles here. Pau Gasol has been in a slump, averaging 11.3 points and 30.9 percent shooting in the last four games. Los Angeles is the worst defensive team in the Western Conference, allowing 103.0 points per game, and it's given up at least 100 in four straight contests for the first time this season. Grab the points with Phoenix with a strong chance at an outright win.