Posts Tagged ‘NBA’


Eddie Keen – NBA Sports Betting


Unlike the NFL, the point spread actually comes into play in more than just a few matchups! In the NFL, picking the straight up winner will work in cashing the spread at the betting window almost 80% of the time, excluding huge favorites of course. For Example, last Sunday only two underdogs utilized the points to cover the spread. (Bengals @ -7 Colts, 23-17 Colts and Rams @ -4.5 49ers, 23-20 49ers)

NBA teams do take advantage of the point spread numerous times throughout the season. NBA underdogs quite often lose the game straight up but with the points are a winner at the betting window. In the right situation betting on dogs will make you profitable in NBA sports betting.


Matt Fargo NBA Free Agent Pool


Let the circus begin.

The 2010 NBA free agent class is the best in history and the hierarchy of teams could change dramatically. It is unlikely any of the big names will reach agreements on July 8th, the first day they can actually sign with a new team, but what about everyone else?

With names like LeBron James, Dwayne Wade, Chris Bosh, Amare Stoudemire, Carlos Boozer, Paul Pierce and Dirk Nowitzki out there, some guys who would normally be making news are being overlooked. Let’s look at a couple names from the cream of the second crop.

David Lee

Lee is one of the most underrated players in the league and the Knicks would be smart to lock him up. He averaged 20.3 ppg and 11.7 rpg, the second straight season he has averaged a double-double.

The Bulls, Heat and Timberwolves are the three teams most interested in Lee’s services but the Nets could also be in the running if they fail to agree to terms with Bosh.

To be Continued…