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Article posted on Tuesday 19 March - 05:19 EDT
The late spring is usually the time of year that network television series go into rerun season, and when you think about it, the NBA Finals aren't all that different. The past four league championship series have pitted the Western Conference reprsentatives the Golden State Warriors against the Eastern Conference champion Cleveland Cavaliers. Golden State has won three of the four meetings, Cleveland's only victory coming in the 2016 Finals.
The NBA is once against hand-delivering us an exciting slate of Christmas Day games to close out the 2018 calendar. Pretty much all of the biggest stars will get run on national television, from LeBron James and Stephen Curry, to James Harden and Russell Westbrook, to Kyrie Irving and Joel Embiid. Before all betting lines are released, we have a complete primer so you can eventually head over to the sportsbooks with confidence.
Article posted on Thursday 13 December
Can you believe we're already one-third of the way into the NBA regular season? Now is a great time to check up on NBA title futures and adjust your preseason wagers accordingly (or make them for the first time). By now, there's enough of a sample size on teams to predict whether they'll be playing come June or not.
Betting on NBA games is fast becoming one of the most popular methods of sports gambling. For those who are new to the fold, though, the lingo can get confusing. When you see things like the "spread" or "handicap betting," you might be lost for their meaning. That's where we come in. We're here to prepare you for successful NBA wagers by explaining the ins and outs—heck, even diagonals—of handicap betting.
The point spread bet is the great equalizer on NBA betting lines. Sure, the Houston Rockets are a much better team than the Phoenix Suns, but do you think James Harden and Co. are going to win by 25 points?
The landscape of the NBA changed dramatically over the summer when LeBron James left the Cleveland Cavaliers to sign with the Los Angeles Lakers. The best player in the game is now in the same division as the best team in the game, the two-time defending champion Golden State Warriors, and while that certainly makes the Western Conference much more interestings, it has turned the Eastern Conference into a wide-open affair.
The inscriptions on the NBA rookie of the year award read like a who's who of basketball royalty, from Wilt Chambelain, Kareem Abdul-Jabaar and Willis Reed, through Larry Bird, Michael Jordan and Shaquille O'Neal, to Vince Carter, LeBron James and Kevin Durant. It's a new season and yet another crop of talented young ballers are entering the NBA. Who will etch their name alongside these legends?
With the 2018-19 National Basketball Association season quickly approaching, it's time to get a headstart on some futures betting. The Golden State Warriors are odds-on to capture their third straight championship title and fourth in five years, but every team has a chance to win their division title — as long as they're not in the Pacific, which is the same division as the Splash Brothers and the champs.