Episode 2 of the Sports Predictor podcast features someone who has spent the last 5 years developing sports betting models for football, baseball and basketball. Stephen (MVP) talks about his journey from amateur to professional sports bettor.
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I cover sports year-round, mostly major markets like MLB, NBA, NFL, College Football and WNBA, it’s a little smaller on that last one, but yeah, that goes year-round. I got started a little bit out of college. First off just kind of kicked off my first NBA model at that point just for fun to see if I could predict scores, I loved following the sport, so I thought I’d give it a go. At the same time, I started reading up about sports betting, you know like learning the basics, understanding the market, really trying to get my foot in the door that way.
Since then it’s just been a learning experience ever since getting a little better year after year, and of course I was intrigued by making a little money on the side since I was already following sports and loved playing with numbers so it felt like a good fit for a side hustle there and it just kept evolving.
I started the fast break bets website a couple of years after, once I got my feet wet there just initially as a blog, that teach beginners basics, and as well as learning as much as I could in that process since, typically teaching a topic is the best way to learn. So, I gave that a go and like I said, just kept evolving. And eventually it became more of a picks and projections service as it is today with Sports Predictor.
Stephen (MVP) has spent the last 5 years developing models for baseball, basketball and football. MVP is an abbreviation for ‘Most Valuable Projections’ which is an apt description for the recommended picks produced by his sports betting models. Learn more here –