Yet another chapter in the Derrick Rose injury saga has emerged this afternoon in the Bulls first on court scrimmage of training camp and it might decrease the team's NBA odds.
The NBA is increasingly becoming a 3-point shooting league. Statistical reality supports this notion and those who like to place NBA picks can’t ignore this fact.
We are ecstatic to handicap the NBA odds for the 1st night of the 2015-16 schedule & will dabble in the futures market, as well, now that we know all the dates of the 2460 games.
With NBA training camps opening up, many sportsbooks are starting to roll out more futures NBA odds. Let's rank from easiest to hardest the division races.
Ladies and gentlemen, are you ready for some NBA basketball? The season is a bit more than a month away but training camps open this week. Let's examine some future NBA odds.
Take some notes as we bring our early predictions on the upcoming NBA Season. Let's break down all six divisional odds from PaddyPower and my NBA picks.
With the tip off to the 2015-16 NBA Regular Season exactly two months away—October 27—there’s no better time than now to try to find some perceived value in the NBA Futures markets.
Kevin Durant and Stephen Curry are the league's most recent MVPs, but they both trail LeBron James in the early basketball odds for 2015-16. Which one's the better bet?
He's still considered the best basketball player in the universe, and the early NBA odds from across the pond have LeBron James as next year's runaway MVP choice.
Even basketball teams undergo corporate downsizing. The Portland Trail Blazers should be a lot worse next year, but does that mean they don't belong in our NBA picks?
If you know which NBA teams have done the most to improve this offseason, you're already halfway toward figuring out who will beat the basketball odds next year.
It was almost too easy to beat the NBA odds last year – if you bought low on the Boston Celtics and the Milwaukee Bucks. Who will emerge from the East this time?
NBA rookies usually don't do much to influence our basketball picks, but this year's crop of first-year players is both deep and talented enough to deserve some attention.
Do the Dallas Mavericks really belong in the “loser” category after failing to sign DeAndre Jordan in free agency? The basketball odds could prove differently next year.
Weren't the Minnesota Timberwolves supposed to beat up the NBA odds last year? Injuries threw a wrench into their season, but the Wolves look even more valuable for 2015-16.
If you thought this summer was busy for NBA players and executives, you ain't seen nothing yet. Next year's free-agent frenzy could completely shake up our basketball picks.