DRF Sports section FAQ's

How do I access DRF Sports?

DRF Sports is found at sports.drf.com.


Does DRF Sports require a subscription?

No. All content on DRF Sports is currently viewable with your basic, free DRF.com subscription. Log in to your DRF.com account to access detailed content around each matchup.


What sports are covered by DRF Sports?

We have launched with coverage of four major sports currently in season: NFL, College Football, NBA and College Basketball. We will be adding NHL and MLB in early 2019.


Which games for each sports are on DRF Sports?

Every game with a Las Vegas "board number" will be included for the sports we offer. That includes every NFL and NBA game and nearly all of the college football and college basketball games.


Is DRF Sports available on my phone?

Yes, go to sports.drf.com on your mobile browser.


What are the "Betting Angles" shown on the DRF Sports homepage?

These are samples of angles for all the games on the board for the sport you are currently viewing. Click on an angle to go directly into the detailed content for that game.


What do "Open" and "Current" mean on the list of games?

"Open" is what the point spread and over/under were when the game first was posted by oddsmakers. "Current" is the current point spread and over/under. Watching how the lines move from when they open to the present is a valuable handicapping tool.


Why do I not see this weekend's NBA games on the NBA homepage?

If we have not posted a game it's because the game has not been posted on the Vegas boards yet. Sometimes games are only posted 24 hours in advance. Check back later and your game should show up soon.



In the key stats area, what do the abbreviations mean?

PDIF - Point Differential

SS - Schedule Strength

TOD - Turnover Differential

PPG - Points per game

FD - First Downs

FUM-INT - Fumbles-Interceptions


In the Angles descriptions, what do "Units" mean?

It's a hypothetical wager amount. Basically take your bet size and multiply it by units won/lost.  ex. 3.5 Units * $100 wager = $350. Count +1 for win and -1.1 for a loss for Against The Spread bets for example.


Where can I submit questions or feedback for DRF Sports?

Send any emails to sports@drf.com