It’s finally Sunday, which means the NBA All Star Game tips off tonight from New York. The NBA Odds makers have the spread in favor of the West at -3, with a total nearly 300 points!
We weigh in the betting landscape heading towards the business end of the season. Specifically, we look at the Cavaliers, who are the Top Faves on NBA odds board and are generating plenty of buzz.
The 3-point shooting contest is always a good time, especially when you can find an edge in the betting odds and make money because of it. Which shooters do we like most this weekend?
With so many teams in the Western Conference having a shot at making a run at the title this year, why not take a gamble on a Futures Bet on a decent-priced West contender?
The NBA All-Star break is at hand, the trade deadline is Feb. 19th, so sports handicappers & people placing NBA picks are watching closely to see what teams make a move & who stands pat.
Sharp bettors know, having a decent record vs. the NBA odds doesn't buy teams a bid to the playoffs. When the trade deadline arrives some will look to unload a couple players looking towards the future.
Some of the best guards in the NBA will be dribbling, passing, and shooting their way to glory in Saturday’s Skills Challenge. Can we figure out which of the eight participants makes the best basketball pick?
Join us as we break down the betting odds for the NBA's Slam Dunk Contest. Vince Carter isn’t walking through that door anytime soon, but Zach LaVine might some tricks up his sleeve.
NBA All-Star Game is a very risky subject for prospective sports bettors. There are numbers of injuries and roster adjustments that have taken place recently. Here’s our NBA betting preview.
Each day LT Profits Sports seeks an overlay side that has a better chance of cashing than its spread, offering long term value. Here is their Side Value Play for Thursday.