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NBA Offseason: Big Moves Shape Up Betting Odds for New Campaign

The NBA offseason has been an eventful one, to say the least, as the strong teams got even stronger and the disparity in talent between the East and West got bigger.

Most franchises revamped their rosters and made some decent signings that would certainly help sway betting tips come the regular season. However, the story of the summer is certainly about the creation of "super teams" and how the competitive balance of the NBA has been altered again, to the surprise of the online gambling community.

The first domino to fall was Jimmy Butler, who was traded to the Minnesota Timberwolves for Zach LaVine, Kris Dunn and a 2017 first-round pick that became Lauri Markkanen. The deal was a sign that the Chicago Bulls are ready to rebuild, something that eventually led to the buyout of Dwyane Wade.

After his exit from the Windy City, Wade joined the Cleveland Cavaliers and reunited with his best friend LeBron James. The Cavs now have what can be considered as a "Big 4," along with Kevin Love and All-Star Isaiah Thomas, who was acquired by Cleveland along with Jae Crowder and Ante Zizic in a trade that sent Kyrie Irving to the Boston Celtics.

Speaking of Boston, the Beantown also had a busy summer. Not only did they acquire Irving, but also signed Gordon Hayward in free agency to create their new "Big 3" along with Al Horford.

The Celts needed to shed some players like Avery Bradley and Kelly Olynyk to make room for their lineup, but their summer moves were praised by many as it signals they are now in win mode.

Out West, however, there were bigger and more eye-popping deals that shook the entire NBA talent landscape.

Chris Paul being shipped to the Houston Rockets to play with James Harden was just the beginning of it, as the 'Lob City' era of the LA Clippers seemed to meet its end—though, the Clippers' signing of European star point guard Milos Teodosic will certainly raise hopes up.

Oklahoma City's move to snatch Paul George from the Pacers also sent shockwaves, and the team made a strong statement that they are ready to contend for the title when they agreed to bring Carmelo Anthony in from the New York Knicks. They now have George and Anthony paired up with reigning NBA MVP Russell Westbrook, who just signed the richest extension in league history.

The Golden State Warriors, meanwhile, didn't make a splash doing trades, but they made sure to keep their core intact, bringing back Kevin Durant on a discounted deal and signing Steph Curry to an extension. They even had enough money to get Nick Young and Omri Casspi to bolster their bench!

A lot of wheeling and dealing has happened, and it's worth mentioning that the likes of Brook Lopez (LA Lakers), Paul Millsap (Denver Nuggets), Rudy Gay (San Antonio Spurs), Ricky Rubio (Utah Jazz), and Dwight Howard (Charlotte Hornets) also changed teams this summer.

As previously mentioned, however, with most All-Stars jumping to the Western Conference, there's bound to be a huge gap in talent and quality. And SBOBET's odds show that six out of ten teams expected to win the NBA championship are from the West.

Last year's finalists Golden State (1.55) and Cleveland (3.00) remain the teams to beat, but the likes of Houston (6.50), Boston (7.00), San Antonio (11.00) and Oklahoma (16.00) are anticipated to give the two heavyweights a run for their money.

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It’s Time to See the Hype of the NBA Super Teams!

The NBA is about to get super...super exciting, super fun and literally any positive word you can connect with "super."

Many might think that's just an exaggeration; but make no mistake, with the formation of new 'Big 3s' and 'Super Duos' (sorry), the league is bound to have tastier live betting competitions.

NBA Season Preview

The Golden State Warriors—the super team of super teams—remain as the online betting favourites. After keeping their core intact, thanks to Kevin Durant taking a discount, they are projected to make a return trip to the NBA finals. They are currently at betting odds of 1.20 to dominate the Western Conference.

LeBron James and his Cleveland Cavaliers, meanwhile, are at 1.35 to win the East. Despite losing Kyrie Irving, they acquired 5-foot-9 scoring juggernaut Isaiah Thomas, signed the ageing-but-still-reliable Dwyane Wade, and got former MVP Derrick Rose to add to their ranks.

The Dubs and Cavs are still the kings of their respective conferences, but there are new contenders ready to take away their throne.

The Boston Celtics (2.50) revamped their East-leading team last season and formed a new lineup that features Kyrie Irving, Gordon Hayward, and Al Horford. They might not be as stacked as the Wine and Gold, but the Beantown definitely have a legitimate chance of regaining their former glory.

Other teams such as the Washington Wizards (12.00) and the Toronto Raptors (18.00) are pretty much solid as well, and both are capable of upsetting the East top dogs.

Out West, on the other hand, several stars banded together to have a shot at ending the Warriors' domination.

The Houston Rockets offloaded a lot of players this offseason, but they did so to pair up Chris Paul with James Harden. The move created one of the scariest backcourt duos in the league, so it's no wonder why the Rockets are at odds of 5.50.

Oklahoma (11.00) also seem to have finally moved on from Durant's departure, and in the process formed their three-headed monster of reigning NBA MVP Russell Westbrook, Paul George, and Carmelo Anthony.

The Minnesota Timberwolves (21.00) look ready to take off as well, with their squad that now has Jimmy Butler playing alongside Karl-Anthony Towns and Andrew Wiggins. The same goes for New Orleans Pelicans (41.00) who will be expecting results from their twin tower of Anthony Davis and DeMarcus Cousins.

Other Western teams that shouldn't be forgotten are the San Antonio Spurs (7.00) and the LA Clippers (46.00). The Spurs have Kawhi Leonard and LaMarcus Aldridge, not to mention Gregg Popovich is still at the helm—which of course makes them instant contenders.

The Clips, meanwhile, ended the era of Chris Paul, but they acquired Patrick Beverley and Serbian passing wizard Milos Teodosic to start a new age of Lob City. Blake Griffin and DeAndre Jordan also remain to give the Tinseltown group more star power.

Teams like the Milwaukee Bucks (21.00), Philadelphia 76ers (25.00), Miami Heat (31.00), Denver Nuggets (51.00) and Los Angeles Lakers (61.00) are anticipated to improve and make a splash in their conferences. However, expectations aren't high on their ability to upset the top-tier squads.

The NBA has announced a lot of changes for the upcoming NBA season this summer, from making rules to discourage tanking to changing the All-Star format, so there's certainly plenty to watch out this campaign. And with how things are shaping up, another fantastic year is undoubtedly ahead!

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No Good News for Boston in Horrific Opener

The excitement brought by the Boston Celtics–Cleveland Cavaliers live betting matchup turned into horror after Gordon Hayward suffered a gruesome ankle injury less than six minutes into the game.

Although Hayward's injury clearly motivated the Celts to give it their all and try to turn around the betting odds, it still wasn't enough to upset the East's online betting favourites.

Boston Celtics 99-102 Cleveland Cavaliers

Boston played with the desire to win, not only for ex-Cavs star Kyrie Irving but also for their fallen comrade and new Celtics forward Hayward.

Hayward went up during the game to catch an alley-oop pass from Irving. However, he collided with LeBron James mid-air and fell on the floor awkwardly, with his left leg bent and ankle turned at an odd angle.

The 27-year-old was carried off the floor before the game continued, with Marcus Smart taking his place in the lineup.

The Celts then fought hard and looked to be on their way to victory, erasing the 18-point deficit the Cavs built after the accident and taking a 96-93 lead with three minutes remaining on the clock. But then LeBron took over and put the Cavs back in front in the closing stages.

James finished with 29 points, 16 rebounds and nine assists, including a layup with 1:19 remaining that gave Cleveland the lead for good.

Jaylen Brown led the visitors with his 25 points and six rebounds, while rookie Jayson Tatum also impressed with a double-double of 14 points and 10 rebounds. Kyrie Irving ended with 22 points and 10 assists, but missed what could have been a game-tying three.

Houston Rockets 122-121 Golden State Warriors

On the main event of the opening day, meanwhile, the Houston Rockets spoiled Golden State's banner night with a narrow win at Oracle Arena.

Kevin Durant thought he had won it for the Warriors with a jumper as time expires, but an official review conducted after the shot revealed that the reigning NBA Finals MVP released the ball late and failed to beat the buzzer.

The Warriors led by as much as 17 points in the game, thanks in large part to Nick Young's explosion that saw him score 20 of his 23 points just in the first half.

Houston, however, slowly cut the deficit and capped the game with a 34-20 fourth quarter that doomed the defending champions.

Six players finished in double figures for the Rockets, led by James Harden who tallied 27 points to go along with 10 assists and six rebounds.

New Rocket Chris Paul didn't have much contribution in scoring, but he distributed the ball well as he dished out 11 dimes.

Golden State's Durant had 20 points while Steph Curry made 22, but they will certainly regret their slow start that could have allowed them to pull away for good.

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An Explosion of Exciting Games Await You!

Basketball season is back in full swing, and the sports betting world can’t get enough of NBA action!

The season openers were grand live betting events that gave spills and thrills for many fans. Tomorrow will be the season openers for the rest of the league, and there’s one question to ask.

Which teams are worth your free bets?

Brooklyn Nets @ Indiana Pacers (October 19, 07:00 GMT+8)

Both teams are in a state of flux following the radical transformations they went through in the summer. D’Angelo Russell and Victor Oladipo are the biggest names amongst the new faces, but the game rests in the hands of a familiar one. If Kenny Atkinson cannot find a way to stop Myles Turner, this game is as good as lost.

Philadelphia 76ers @ Washington Wizards (October 19, 07:00 GMT+8)

There’s a lot of buzz surrounding the 76ers, given that Ben Simmons, Joel Embiid and Markelle Fultz will be playing their first official NBA game together. However, I don’t think their potential can hold up a candle to John Wall and the Washington Wizards. Make a bet on Washington -7.50 @ 2.03.

Charlotte Hornets @ Detroit Pistons (October 19, 07:00 GMT+8)

The Dwight Howard experiment officially begins in Charlotte as they head to Motor City and face the Pistons. While the preseason already had some Shaqtin’ moments from him, Howard and the Hornets are the better team. Charlotte’s +3.00 Asian Handicap rewards you with 1.95 odds.

Miami Heat @ Orlando Magic (October 19, 07:00 GMT+8)

Miami’s NBA opener is a derby between their home squads.

Orlando aren’t the hottest team in the league, and there’s no sure player on their 15-man roster that will perform consistently. Meanwhile, Miami are hopeful that the fantastic run the Heat were in last season will resume today. I also think the Heat will burn whatever Magic Frank Vogel comes up with, so your punt should be on Miami -3.50 @ 2.02.

Milwaukee Bucks @ Boston Celtics (October 19, 07:30 GMT+8)

Giannis Antetokounmpo will be bringing his stellar play to Boston as they will try to pry a win against an injured Celtics side.

The C’s took a terrible blow when Gordon Hayward suffered a horrific injury in their debut game against the Cleveland Cavaliers. Jaylen Brown and Jayson Tatum have to pick up the slack and handle the tough task of stopping the Greek Freak.

New Orleans Pelicans @ Memphis Grizzlies (October 19, 08:00 GMT+8)

Both of these teams are standing at a fork in a road: is the DeMarcus Cousins-Anthony Davis experiment in New Orleans a failure? Should the Grit-And-Grind Grizzlies blow it up after losing players that built their core?

Putting the questions aside, I think this game will be interesting. Both have interesting talents on their roster. This game will be close enough to warrant a nice punt on the Pelicans +2.50 @ 1.96.

Atlanta Hawks @ Dallas Mavericks (October 19, 08:30 GMT+8)

The Hawks are another team that is unsure about their future. Dennis Schroder is still a serviceable point guard, but the departure of Tim Hardaway Jr. and Dwight Howard put a dent to their firepower. I don’t think they have the tools to answer to a promising Dallas team. Dallas -6.50 @ 2.03 is a great option to consider.

Denver Nuggets @ Utah Jazz (October 19, 09:00 GMT+8)

This is the game I’d most likely recommend to people who want to see big men in action.

This match will be a duel between two schools of thought when it comes to big men. Rudy Gobert is the poster boy for fans who like their centres big and mean under the rim. Nikola Jokic gets whistles from the crowd with his guard-like passing and offensive prowess.

It will be a treat to see these giants in action, but I think Rodney Hood’s questionable condition makes this a win for Denver. Make a +2.50 @ 1.86 punt for the visitors.

Minnesota Timberwolves @ San Antonio Spurs (October 19, 09:30 GMT+8)

This will be Jimmy Butler’s first official NBA game as a part of the Minnesota Timberwolves, and I expect nothing less than a win from them. Kawhi Leonard and Tony Parker are out for the game while they have a full-strength squad. Make a punt for Minnesota +1.50 @ 1.94.

Portland Trail Blazers @ Phoenix Suns (October 19, 10:00 GMT+8)

Cj McCollum won’t be available for Portland’s season opener, so there’s a better chance for Phoenix to bag an upset. However, I don’t know if they can actually stop Damian Lillard from dropping points the way he is dropping bars as Dame D.O.L.L.A.

It’s an easy bet for Portland -2.00 @ 1.98.

Houston Rockets @ Sacramento Kings (October 19, 10:00 GMT+8)

The Houston Rockets had a ton of mistakes during their season opener against the Warriors, but heroics from Eric Gordon and the rest of the Rockets helped spoil the ring ceremony at the Oracle Arena. I doubt they’ll have any difficulty moving up north and quickly dispatching the Sacramento Kings.

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These are the Games Sports Betting Fans Love!

If you were too busy to watch any of the NBA games today, you missed out on a live betting fiesta!

Many of the games were close, high-scoring affairs. The new-look teams showcased their wares and made their case on why you should bet online for them this season.

Man, it’s hard not to love the NBA!

Brooklyn Nets 131-140 Indiana Pacers

D’Angelo Russell and Victor Oladipo showed just why they are teams you shouldn’t sleep on this season. These two were spectacular, but Myles Turner’s 21 points and 14 rebounds just put the Pacers beyond the Nets’ reach.

Philadelphia 76ers 115-120 Washington Wizards

The Wizards are making a serious case for their playoff aspirations this year. John Wall and Bradley Beal put on good numbers despite their subpar shooting performances. Marcin Gortat was able to hold his own against Joel Embiid down the paint. Meanwhile, Embiid, Ben Simmons and Markelle Fultz played well for the Sixers.

Charlotte Hornets 90-102 Detroit Pistons

It’s sad, but I’m not surprised that the start of Dwight Howard’s run in Buzz City begins with a loss. He did play well, but his inability to shoot threes in a time where big men are needed to shoot from long range is hurting the Hornets. Meanwhile, the Hornets had multiple scoring options when Andre Drummond couldn’t connect.

Miami Heat 109-116 Orlando Magic

This is another shock result for me.

The Heat’s starting five, led by Hassan Whiteside, played well against Orlando, but the Magic just played better basketball overall. Part of the reason might be Frank Vogel’s plans to put the talented Jonathon Simmons in the second unit to outplay the Heat’s subpar bench.

Milwaukee Bucks 108-100 Boston Celtics

The Celtics might not have recovered yet from the shock of losing Gordon Hayward to injury when they hosted the Milwaukee Bucks.

Giannis Antetokounmpo’s performance of 37 points, 13 rebounds, 3 assists and 3 steals stunned the TD Garden. The stat line becomes even more impressive if you realize that he shot 59% from the field. Meanwhile, Kyrie Irving struggled to find his shot. He only got 17 points on 7-for-25 shooting.

New Orleans Pelicans 91-103 Memphis Grizzlies

The Grizzlies are still tough to beat in the Grindhouse despite the loss of key personnel. Mike Conley and Marc Gasol did a lot of the heavy lifting for their team. Rookie Dillon Brooks was phenomenal for Memphis, scoring an amazing 19 points to go with 4 steals and 2 blocks in 29 minutes of action.

Atlanta Hawks 117-111 Dallas Mavericks

Atlanta seem to be doing just fine in their first NBA game of the season. Dennis Schroder and Marco Belinelli took care of the scoring while former San Antonio Spur Dewayne Dedmon was a tank down low. However, the future looks bright for Dallas. Seven players got more than 10 points, showcasing a fluid brand of basketball that fans can get excited about.

Denver Nuggets 96-106 Utah Jazz

Things are looking bright in Salt Lake City as the Utah Jazz won over the Denver Nuggets with their passing game. Ricky Rubio was the maestro behind the beautiful Jazz plays as he garnered 10 assists in 31 minutes of action. Rudy Gobert ended the night with 18 points and 10 rebounds while Nikola Jokic was close to a triple-double.

Minnesota Timberwolves 99-107 San Antonio Spurs

The Minnesota’s Big Three are trying to get things together as they fall to the Kawhi Leonard-less San Antonio Spurs. The three performed fairly well, but they need help from the rest of the team. Meanwhile, Gregg Popovich may have found the right way to use LaMarcus Aldridge’s talents, as the big man recorded an impressive stat line of 25 points, 10 rebounds and 2 blocks.

Portland Trail Blazers 124-76 Phoenix Suns

Damian Lillard and the Portland Trail Blazers made quick work of the Phoenix Suns and won the game with a 48-point lead. Devin Booker and company were helpless as Rip City scored on will all over their home floor.

Houston Rockets 105-100 Sacramento Kings

Maybe it’s due to the Houston Rockets’ exhausting win against the Golden State Warriors yesterday, but their winning margin against the Sacramento Kings was slimmer than expected. The Kings roster put up a good fight against James Harden and company, but their inspired play did little to reverse the result that was set in stone by the middle of the third quarter.

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More Exciting Basketball Fun is Coming Your Way!

The live betting community finally had a taste of top-class NBA action from all 30 teams in the association. Depending on how your favourite team performed, you either had a great or painful time with the exciting betting odds of SBOBET.

The weekend picks up the pace as 10 fantastic games vie for your attention and free bets. Don’t know which team to back up? Let me help you with that!

Atlanta Hawks @ Charlotte Hornets (October 21, 07:00 GMT+8)

Dennis Schroder and the Hawks pulled off an impressive win away in Dallas and are looking to continue their form away. While the Hornets did endure a tough road loss against the Pistons, the Spectrum Center might be able to will them to a close W this time. Go for +6.00 Atlanta @ 1.98.

Portland Trail Blazers @ Indiana Pacers (October 21, 07:00 GMT+8)

This game should be a high-scoring one if everything goes to plan. The Pacers proved that they can score when needed with Victor Oladipo and Myles Turner leading the charge. While the Blazers won’t be able to replicate their winning margin in Phoenix, I think Damian Lillard and company should do just fine. Make your bets for Portland -4.00 @ 2.02.

Cleveland Cavaliers @ Milwaukee Bucks (October 21, 07:00 GMT+8)

The young season does not let up on marquee games as the Cavaliers make the trip to Wisconsin to face the Bucks.

Fans can expect outrageous plays from two of the best forwards in the NBA. LeBron James and Giannis Antetokounmpo will likely put on a show for the Bradley Center crowd. Both teams played tight games last season, and I think the Cavaliers are still the team to beat in this matchup. Place a bet on the Cavs’ -2.50 @ 1.94 Asian Handicap odds.

Detroit Pistons @ Washington Wizards (October 21, 07:00 GMT+8)

The Pistons pulled off a good win against Charlotte to notch a good first win of the season. Tobias Harris put on a performance that reminds us why the Orlando Magic pinned their hopes on him. However, I don’t think any heroics from him and Reggie Jackson could stop a rampaging John Wall from winning. It’s best to go for Washington -6.00 @ 1.94 here.

Boston Celtics @ Philadelphia 76ers (October 21, 07:00 GMT+8)

The Celtics are somehow getting by without Gordon Hayward thanks to Jaylen Brown and Jayson Tatum. However, Kyrie Irving still needs to take the big step and lead the C’s to a win against a very young and talented Philadelphia squad. Ben Simmons and Joel Embiid will be horrible opponents for Brad Stevens.

Orlando Magic @ Brooklyn Nets (October 21, 07:30 GMT+8)

Jeremy Lin’s absence is already making the Brooklyn Nets look poorly tooled to handle their opponents this season. D’Angelo Russell will now need to double his efforts in order to stop the Magic from winning at the Barclays Center. I don’t think D-Lo’s icy veins are enough to stop Orlando, so place your bets on Orlando +2.00 @ 1.94.

Utah Jazz @ Minnesota Timberwolves (October 21, 08:00 GMT+8)

It will be odd to see Ricky Rubio not making a pass to a Minnesota player, but he’s clearly thriving under Quinn Snyder’s system. He and the Jazz will be tough opposition to the new-look Timberwolves, but there isn’t any reason for Jimmy Butler and company to win at home. This should be an easy win for the Wolves, so place a bet on Minnesota -4.00 @ 1.88.

Sacramento Kings @ Dallas Mavericks (October 21, 08:30 GMT+8)

The Mavs did take a tough loss against Atlanta, but their basketball during the game promises a lot of passing and movement. The Kings are also looking to be promising this season and will likely play through Willie Cauley-Stein and Buddy Hield. I still think the Mavs have the edge over the Kings, so -4.50 @ 1.88 in favour of the hosts promise good rewards.

Golden State Warriors @ New Orleans Pelicans (October 21, 09:30 GMT+8)

Say whatever excuses you have for the Warriors, but the defending champions still lost to the Houston Rockets. Thankfully, the team is seemingly aware of their poor form and will play New Orleans with extra motivation. Expect threes to rain from Kevin Durant and Steph Curry, so place your bets on GS -8.50 @ 1.96.

Los Angeles Lakers @ Phoenix Suns (October 21, 10:00 GMT+8)

Both of these teams lost, but the Suns went through a more humiliating opener this season. Eric Bledsoe and company will be trying to make things right by beating the Los Angeles Lakers. Lonzo Ball had a poor NBA debut, but I think he’ll bounce back here.

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Will You Bet Online on the West’s Top Teams?

Another set of exciting NBA games is about to get underway, and it's a day sports betting fans can't afford to miss as the top teams from the Western Conference return to action.

While the Houston Rockets, Oklahoma City Thunder, and San Antonio Spurs will all aim to continue their hot starts to the season, the Golden State Warriors will look to pave their way back to the top of the online gambling ladder.

Philadelphia 76ers @ Toronto Raptors (October 22, 07:30 GMT+8)

Jonas Valanciunas had a brilliant display in their opener against the Bulls, and he will need to replicate his performance if he wants to lead the Raptors to another win. Of course, DeMar DeRozan, Kyle Lowry, and Serge Ibaka are still there, but the Sixers' depth—with Ben Simmons and Joel Embiid leading—isn't something they can underestimate. With that in mind, I believe Philly can win on +8.50 @ 2.03.

Dallas Mavericks @ Houston Rockets (October 22, 08:00 GMT+8)

With two straight losses and their prized rookie Dennis Smith Jr. absent, Dallas don't have much chance of winning this fight against their Texas rivals. Houston might be frustrated with the injury to Chris Paul, but it should only provide James Harden more opportunity to showcase his MVP-calibre skills.

Indiana Pacers @ Miami Heat (October 22, 08:00 GMT+8)

Both sides will be without their best players, with Hassan Whiteside out for the Heat and Myles Turner for the Pacers, so this battle will undoubtedly be a feisty affair between their backcourt players. I like the odds of Miami though considering Indiana weren't able to beat them during their two visits at American Airlines Arena last year. Go for the Heat -9.50 @ 1.91.

San Antonio Spurs @ Chicago Bulls (October 22, 08:00 GMT+8)

If there is one positive the Bulls got from their issue with Bobby Portis and Nikola Mirotic, it is that Lauri Markkanen had the opportunity to get significant playing time. However, the 20-year-old rookie can't really help them much when they host the Spurs who remain strong despite the absence of All-Star forward Kawhi Leonard. If you're punting, choose San Antonio -9.50 @ 1.93.

Orlando Magic @ Cleveland Cavaliers (October 22, 08:00 GMT+8)

Who's beating the Cavs in the East? It's obviously not the Magic who didn't even survive the Nets. Cleveland will certainly miss Derrick Rose's production, but LeBron James is considered the best basketball player in the world for a reason.

Detroit Pistons @ New York Knicks (October 22, 08:00 GMT+8)

No matter how talented Porzingod is, he just can't lift the Knicks alone. On the other hand, although the Pistons lost to the Wizards the last time out, I like what Tobias Harris, Andre Drummond, and Reggie Jackson have shown so far. That being said, overcoming a -2.00 handicap that pays 2.02 should be attainable for Detroit.

Golden State Warriors @ Memphis Grizzlies (October 22, 08:00 GMT+8)

The Warriors got their season going with a hard-fought win against the Pelicans, and that should keep them confident when they visit Memphis. Marc Gasol and Mike Conley will make life hard for the Dubs; nonetheless, it's unlikely Golden State will let another W get away.

Portland Trail Blazers @ Milwaukee Bucks (October 22, 08:30 GMT+8)

Milwaukee have the future of the NBA in Giannis Antetokounmpo, but is the 'Greek Freak' enough to stop the explosion of Damian Lillard and C.J. McCollum? This one should be a closely-contested affair, especially with the two teams entering their third game in four days. However, playing at home should give the Bucks the advantage. Go for Milwaukee -3.50 @ 1.97.

Oklahoma City Thunder @ Utah Jazz (October 22, 09:00 GMT+8)

Russell Westbrook aka Mr. Triple-Double is back. This time, however, he has super friends scoring 20-plus points alongside him.

There's no doubt Oklahoma City's 'Big 3' will be tested against Utah's solid defence, but the Jazz shouldn't pose much of a challenge as they lack a legitimate scoring threat. Considering all these, choosing the Thunder -5.00 @ 1.95 is the best move to make.

Sacramento Kings @ Denver Nuggets (October 22, 09:00 GMT+8)

After winning against Dallas, Sacramento will look to build on the momentum they got when they face the Nuggets. Nevertheless, Denver should be a tough nut to crack as they will be motivated to get their first win at home and of the season.

Not to mention that the home team have the rest advantage over the Kings.

Phoenix Suns @ L.A. Clippers (October 22, 10:30 GMT+8)

What are the odds of the Suns losing to another Los Angeles team in back-to-back games? Well, Phoenix surely won't like their chances when they fight the Clippers at Staples Center. After all, the Clips seem to be playing just well in the post-Chris Paul era with Patrick Beverley and Milos Teodosic manning the floor.

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Fast and Furious Plays Make Online Betting Fun!

Ever wonder what makes an NBA game such a fun live betting watch? It’s the fast-paced plays made by the best players in the world!

Tomorrow offers some interesting Asian Handicap betting odds for many of the games that will be played tomorrow, so better check them out before tip-off!

Philadelphia 76ers @ Detroit Pistons (October 24, 07:00 GMT+8)

The Pistons are enjoying a great start thanks to the roaring start of Tobias Harris and Reggie Jackson. The Philadelphia 76ers will provide a tough test to the Pistons, but inexperience should do the visitors in. Go for Detroit -4.00 @ 2.00.

Atlanta Hawks @ Miami Heat (October 24, 07:30 GMT+8)

Hawks fans held their breath when they saw Dennis Schroder’s ankle twist awkwardly against the Nets. With their floor general doubtful to return on time against the Heat, I don’t think they’ll be able to snap the losing streak they’re currently on.

Memphis Grizzlies @ Houston Rockets (October 24, 08:00 GMT+8)

The Grizzlies are somehow managing to keep their grit-and-grind style working despite the absence of key players. They did manage to overcome the Warriors, but I don’t know if Marc Gasol and company have enough in the tank to defeat the hyper-offensive style of the Rockets. This will still be a close game, so choose Memphis +7.50 @ 1.96.

Charlotte Hornets @ Milwaukee Bucks (October 24, 08:00 GMT+8)

Giannis Antetokounmpo is still running the show at Milwaukee on his own, so he might have a bit of trouble when the Bucks entertain the Charlotte Hornets. Kemba Walker will always be a tough assignment, but they have a shot at a win if they can contain Dwight Howard.

Toronto Raptors @ San Antonio Spurs (October 24, 08:30 GMT+8)

The Spurs are still doing fine without Kawhi Leonard, but they may be in for a melee with the Raptors. DeMar DeRozan will be a tough customer without Kawhi’s defence to cancel him out, but the Spurs will always be the Spurs. I predict this to end in a five-point win for the Spurs, so make a bet on San Antonio -3.00 @ 1.93.

Golden State Warriors @ Dallas Mavericks (October 24, 08:30 GMT+8)

Even if you argue that the calls were against them, it was still unbecoming for Stephen Curry to throw his mouthguard towards Scott Wall. The Warriors are extremely talented and should not let calls they see as unfair get in the way of their games. They should be able to beat the Mavericks even without Chef Curry.

Washington Wizards @ Denver Nuggets (October 24, 09:00 GMT+8)

 The Nuggets are one of the teams I think will make a huge splash once the Warriors and the Cavs are past their primes. Nikola Jokic and Gary Harris present a bright future for the franchise should they develop properly. However, their future stars won’t be able to hold a candle to John Wall’s Wizards.

Sacramento Kings @ Phoenix Suns (October 24, 10:00 GMT+8)

The Suns fired CJ Watson after a shockingly terrible opening week for the team. Devin Booker and Eric Bledsoe need to sort the locker room out if they plan to at least turn their bad start into a positive. I think the Kings will easily crush the confused Suns at this point. Your bet should go to Sacramento +1.50 @ 1.92.

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These Exciting Stars are the Future of the NBA!

The latest NBA showdown gave live betting fans not only thrilling basketball action but also a glimpse of the future of the league.

Philadelphia 76ers rookie Ben Simmons continues to excite betting odds as he makes his case for the Rookie of the Year honour, while Milwaukee Bucks rising star Giannis Antetokounmpo is off to an MVP-calibre start and looks poised to take over the NBA.

Elsewhere, young guns like Nikola Jokic, Devin Booker, De'Aaron Fox, and Dejounte Murray also turned the heads of many sports betting experts.

Philadelphia 76ers 97-86 Detroit Pistons

Credit to Joel Embiid for raking 30 points and nine rebounds, but it was his rookie teammate Ben Simmons who took the spotlight as the Sixers beat the Pistons. Simmons continued to impress, recording his first career triple-double with 21 points, 12 rebounds, and 10 assists. Oh, and he also joined Oscar Robertson as the only two players to tally double-doubles in their first four games!

Atlanta Hawks 93-104 Miami Heat

Already missing their starting point guard Dennis Schroder, it didn't help the Hawks that they are playing their second road game in two nights. The Heat took advantage of this to pummel the visitors behind Josh Richardson and Goran Dragic who combined for 40 points.

Memphis Grizzlies 98-90 Houston Rockets

Following their surprise win over the Warriors, the Grizzlies devoured another giant as they snapped the Rockets' winning streak. Five players scored in double figures for Memphis, led by Marc Gasol who stood tall with 26 points on 53.3 percent shooting.

The Rockets, meanwhile, had Eric Gordon and James Harden scoring 20-plus points, but the team combined to shoot 9-for-38 from three.

Charlotte Hornets 94-103 Milwaukee Bucks

Who's stopping Giannis Antetokounmpo now? After recording 44 points the last time out, the Greek Freak soared once again to lift the Bucks past the stingy Hornets. Antetokounmpo bagged a double-double of 32 points and 14 rebounds as Kemba Walker and co. struggled to answer back.

Toronto Raptors 97-101 San Antonio Spurs

The Spurs remain undefeated, thanks in large part to LaMarcus Aldridge who is holding the fort well in the absence of All-Star forward Kawhi Leonard. The 32-year-old wasn't alone though, as Dejounte Murray and Danny Green provided more scoring punch to help San Antonio counter DeMar DeRozan's big 28-point game for Toronto.

Golden State Warriors 133-103 Dallas Mavericks

The Mavericks did well to keep the game close at halftime, but it was a different story for them come the second half as the Warriors ran riot. Splash Bros. Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson, along with Kevin Durant, led the Dubs with 75 combined points—more than the total of the Mavs' starters.

Washington Wizards 109-104 Denver Nuggets

Denver's Nikola Jokic shrugged off his scoring slump and exploded for 29 points, but it still wasn't enough to neutralise the Wizards' starting lineup. Washington's starters all finished in double figures and made 83 of the team's total score, with Bradley Beal leading the way with 20.

Sacramento Kings 115-117 Phoenix Suns

Phoenix blew a 22-point lead, though they managed to survive a fourth-quarter charge by Sacramento to get their first win of the season. Mike James' floater with 14 seconds left gave the Suns the lead for good as they held on to stop the Kings.

Devin Booker was pivotal in the match with 22 points, while James finished with 18. Sacramento, on the other hand, got a boost with Garrett Temple and De'Aaron Fox coming off the bench to score 23 and 19, respectively.

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The New-Look NBA Season Makes Sports Betting Exciting

To be honest, this young NBA season has proved itself to be quite an eclectic one. The summer was a crazy trade circus where a lot of talent got shipped off to different clubs. Live betting fans were treated to a fun opening weekend of basketball that was unfortunately ridden with injuries.

Besides the injuries, a lot of the players that were shuffled around are thriving with their new teams, influencing betting odds. It will still take a while for them to fully gel with their new squads, but some of them will definitely wow crowds.

Brooklyn Nets @ Orlando Magic (October 25, 07:00 GMT+8)

D’Angelo Russell is showing the Brooklyn faithful why Magic Johnson made the wrong call in letting him go. He’s had ice in his veins ever since the start of the season and will definitely be a tough assignment for the Magic. With Elfrid Payton out due to injuries, I don’t know if Orlando can put enough distance between them. Go for Brooklyn’s +4.00 @ 1.95.

Chicago Bulls @ Cleveland Cavaliers  (October 25, 07:00 GMT+8)

Life has been better for Dwyane Wade ever since reuniting with Banana Boat buddy LeBron James in Cleveland. He will now face his old team that is having a lot of issues at the moment. I don’t think Fred Hoiberg can really plan for LeBron when his team is full of holes. Grab some cash and put it on Cleveland -14.00 @ 1.86.

New York Knicks @ Boston Celtics  (October 25, 07:30 GMT+8)

The brand-new Celtics finally got their first win of the season after pounding the 76ers to the ground. Kyrie Irving and company should be able to find a winning groove by now and easily overtake the Kristaps Porzingis-led Knickerbockers. There’s no better punt to make than Boston -9.00 @ 2.05.

Indiana Pacers @ Minnesota Timberwolves  (October 25, 08:00 GMT+8)

Andrew Wiggins’ incredible buzzer beater at Oklahoma City gives the Timberwolves a lot of momentum coming into this game. They are the obvious favourites against Indiana, a decent team that many will likely pass on this season. Myles Turner’s absence will hurt Indiana’s chances, so chuck your bets for Minnesota -11.50 @ 2.05.

New Orleans Pelicans @ Portland Trail Blazers  (October 25, 10:00 GMT+8)

The Pelicans have a negative win-loss record, but they still have the talents of DeMarcus Cousins and Anthony Davis to carry them through. Portland will probably win against them, but they should be able to keep the deficit to less than 10 points. Portland -4.50 @ 2.00 is the best punt to make since they’ll likely win by six to nine points.

Utah Jazz @ Los Angeles Clippers  (October 25, 10:30 GMT+8)

Point Blake is on full display for the Clippers and will likely dominate against Utah. While Ricky Rubio is doing pretty well for the Jazz, Quinn Snyder will definitely miss the scoring of Rodney Hood if he does not get fit on time. Rudy Gobert will be too occupied with DeAndre Jordan to even try to stop everyone else on the roster, so Los Angeles should easily win this one.

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Fantastic Live Betting Upsets Makes Basketball Great

I’d like to think that I made sensible betting tips yesterday, but upsets are the biggest reason why we can’t get enough of the NBA in the first place.

Many of these teams defied the Asian Handicap betting odds stacked against them and put on performances that garnered big wins for the punters that believed in them.

Brooklyn Nets 121-125 Orlando Magic

Aaron Gordon is the man of the hour for the Magic after posting a career-high 41 points for the Magic. Evan Fournier chipped in 28 points to get the Magic just above D’Angelo Russell’s 29 points. Gordon’s high-scoring feats did well enough to cover for a squad that was struggling to score.

Chicago Bulls 112-119 Cleveland Cavaliers

The Chicago Bulls put on an impressive fight against the Cleveland Cavaliers despite the absence of key players like Nikola Mirotic and Zach LaVine. Lauri Markkanen showed the Chicago faithful why he was worth the draft pick.

However, it was pretty much impossible for them to keep LeBron James and company from winning.

New York Knicks 89-110 Boston Celtics

The Knicks put up little to no resistance when they squared off against the Boston Celtics at the TD Garden. Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown and doing a brilliant job in providing the scoring load that Gordon Hayward left. Kyrie Irving scored 20 points but ended the night with a terrible 38.5% shooting clip.

Indiana Pacers 130-107 Minnesota Timberwolves

This is the result I’m most shocked about, to be honest. It’s true that Jimmy Butler sat out of this game, but there’s no excuse for Andrew Wiggins’ terribly stat line after a fantastic finish against Oklahoma City. Meanwhile, Victor Oladipo continues to thrive in the Indiana system: he finished with 28 points, 3 rebounds, 3 assists and 2 steals.

New Orleans Pelicans 93-103 Portland Trail Blazers

The Pelicans couldn’t just get their groove on after losing Anthony Davis to a knee injury during their game against the Blazers. DeMarcus Cousins pulled off an admirable effort with his 38 points, but Damian Lillard and CJ McCollum proved to be too much for them.

Utah Jazz 84-102 Los Angeles Clippers

The Jazz were held helpless as there wasn’t anyone ready to step in for Rodney Hood in the scoring department. While Donovan Mitchell put on a good game, his efforts weren’t enough to stop Point Blake’s near double-double in an overwhelming win for the Clips.

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Bet Online Now as East Meets West in the NBA!

Seven interconference matchups will highlight the NBA this Thursday, and it can't get any more exciting with the Warriors, Rockets, Raptors, and Wizards leading the charge.

The stacked Western Conference teams will remain as online betting favourites, but the East squads shouldn't be counted out as they are eager to prove they have what it takes to upset the betting odds.

Denver Nuggets @ Charlotte Hornets (October 26, 07:00 GMT+8)

The Hornets are a pretty decent team on paper, but they can't hope to string wins together until they start taking care of the ball. They had 52 turnovers in just THREE games, and that won't help when they face the Nuggets who have Nikola Jokic back to his scoring ways. Go for Denver -2.00 @ 1.98.

Minnesota Timberwolves @ Detroit Pistons (October 26, 07:00 GMT+8)

Although Minnesota have been clutch in their last few games, their defence – particularly Karl-Anthony Towns' – remains an issue. That should be a problem even more against Detroit's Reggie Jackson and Tobias Harris, who are thriving attacking the basket.

Houston Rockets @ Philadelphia 76ers (October 26, 07:00 GMT+8)

Houston aren't really known for their defence, so this game should provide another opportunity for Joel Embiid and Ben Simmons to continue their impressive run. The Rockets, of course, are a better team offensively, but it remains to be seen if they can hit their threes after going 9-for-38 against Memphis.

If you're punting, Philly +3.00 @ 2.00 looks like a solid choice.

Cleveland Cavaliers @ Brooklyn Nets (October 26, 07:30 GMT+8)

Coach Ty Lue has a lot of experimenting to do now that the Cavs are thin at guard positions. Starting LeBron James at the point guard worked quite well against the Bulls, but they are obviously still struggling without a primary ball-handler.

Brooklyn might not have the same quality and depth as the Cavs, but they have been scorching hot offensively through their first four games and could give Cleveland problems. That being said, how about betting on the Nets +7.00 @ 1.85?

San Antonio Spurs @ Miami Heat (October 26, 08:00 GMT+8)

Still undefeated in three, the Spurs are finding ways to win without Kawhi Leonard and Tony Parker. LaMarcus Aldridge has been sensational so far while second-year guard Dejounte Murray looks like the point guard of the future for San Antonio. Miami will be a tough nut to crack at home, though Hassan Whiteside's absence and Goran Dragic and Dion Waiters' uncertainty are huge concerns.

With that in mind, the Spurs -4.00 @ 1.97 is the best move to make.

Indiana Pacers @ Oklahoma City Thunder (October 26, 08:00 GMT+8)

After their controversial buzzer-beating loss to Minnesota, the Thunder will be hungry to bounce back and make some noise. Hosting Indiana could be the perfect time for them to do so as Russell Westbrook, Paul George, and Carmelo Anthony can exploit the Pacers' consistently awful defence.

Memphis Grizzlies @ Dallas Mavericks (October 26, 08:30 GMT+8)

There's no player and team that surprised fans the most than Marc Gasol and the Grizzlies. They took down two contenders – Golden State and Houston – consecutively, and it's unlikely they'll be stopped by the lowly Mavs that got blown out by the Warriors recently. Choose Memphis -5.00 @ 1.95.

Utah Jazz @ Phoenix Suns (October 26, 10:00 GMT+8)

Utah are moving on to life without Gordon Hayward, and it's safe to say they are doing just fine with Rudy Gobert and Ricky Rubio leading the way. And despite their latest loss to the Clips, they are expected to continue their fantastic start to the season when they visit the Suns, who are already showing signs of organisational dysfunction.

Toronto Raptors @ Golden State Warriors (October 26, 10:30 GMT+8)

It's too early to assume the Warriors are back despite their 30-point rout of the Mavs. They haven't been their usual selves all week and struggled on both ends of the floor, even in the first half against Dallas.

With the defending champs looking out of sorts, the Raptors could very well take advantage of it and get their revenge against the team they weren't able to beat last season.

Washington Wizards @ Los Angeles Lakers (October 26, 10:30 GMT+8)

Consistency remains the issue for the Lakers entering the second week of the season. Brandon Ingram and Julius Randle haven't lived up to expectations so far, while Lonzo Ball needs more time to adjust. Nonetheless, the unbeaten Wizards won't wait for them to hit their stride, with John Wall already targeting to 'torture' Ball. Go for Washington -6.50 @ 1.95.

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A Hectic Day is a Good Day in the NBA

The NBA had a busy day as many of the teams looked upon by betting websites to make deep playoff runs were flying all over the country to play some great basketball. Underdogs made a statement while the favourites did well in holding down the fort. A lot of home crowds went home happy after many of the home teams today got the W.

Live betting vets were treated to interesting results that will help them make a better decision the next time they bet online.

Denver Nuggets 93-110 Charlotte Hornets

This win was a statement game for the Charlotte Hornets. Kemba Walker played well, but the stars of the game came from the team’s young players. Frank Kaminsky and Malik Monk had fantastic shooting nights, negating Nikola Jokic’s impact from the game. Dwight Howard looked like his 2010 self with his 15 points, 19 rebounds and 2 blocks.

Minnesota Timberwolves 101-122 Detroit Pistons

The Timberwolves are definitely missing Jimmy Butler’s productivity after being pounded to the ground by the Detroit Pistons. Karl-Anthony Towns, Andrew Wiggins and Jeff Teague couldn’t make up for the rest of the team’s deficits as the Pistons dismantled them with great team basketball.

Houston Rockets 105-104 Philadelphia 76ers

The Houston Rockets played great basketball behind James Harden’s double-double and Eric Gordon’s high-volume scoring. However, the real talking point of this game were the Sixers: Ben Simmons is thriving in the point guard position, JJ Redick found no problems sliding into the small forward position, and Joel Embiid is still as dominant as ever despite his limited minutes.

Cleveland Cavaliers 107-122Brooklyn Nets

The Cavaliers once again showed just how uninterested they really are in regular season play.

Spencer Dinwiddie had a monster night, ending the game with 22 points, 5 rebound, 6 assists and a steal. DeMarre Carroll, Rondae Hollis-Jefferson and Allen Crabbe also had great nights for Brooklyn.

The consolation many fans got from this game was LeBron James’ superb triple-double performance as point guard.

San Antonio Spurs 117-100 Miami Heat

The Spurs have no reason to rush Kawhi Leonard’s recovery when they have LaMarcus Aldridge popping off.

Aldridge and Gregg Popovich may have settled their clashing styles and have found a winning formula as they continue dismantling teams in the league. Erik Spoelstra and Hassan Whiteside could do nothing as LaMarcus shot a deadly 85% from range to complement his stat line of 31 points, 7 rebounds, 2 steals and a block.

Indiana Pacers 96-114 Oklahoma City Thunder

Paul George struggled against his former team, fouling out after a rough night of basketball. Fortunately for him, Russell Westbrook and Carmelo Anthony popped off to sink the Indiana Pacers to a 2-3 record. Victor Oladipo was equally relentless for the Pacers, scoring a game-high 35 points against his old team.

Memphis Grizzlies 94-103 Dallas Mavericks

This result is drenched in irony.

Dallas won their first game of the season against a Memphis team that was on an impressive win streak. Dennis Smith Jr. strut his stuff, leading the Mavericks in points and assists. Marc Gasol and Mike Conley were great as usual, but only Tyreke Evans wore his big-boy shoes among the supporting cast.

Utah Jazz 88-97 Phoenix Suns

Jay Triano is doing a good job holding down the Suns for the next head coach, winning the teams’ first game of the season against a decent opponent.

The Utah Jazz didn’t have the lead even once in the game. TJ Warren and Devin Booker did a lot of the heavy lifting for the Suns. Alex Len and Tyler Ulis also did a great job in leading the second unit, with both men scoring 13 points.

Toronto Raptors 112-117 Golden State Warriors

The Warriors managed to fend off a fourth-quarter run by the Raptors to improve their record to 3-2. Stephen Curry and Kevin Durant did just enough to hamper a fantastic team effort from the Raptors. DeMar DeRozan was a tough assignment for Klay Thompson, with the Los Angeles native scoring 24 points.

Washington Wizards 99-102 Los Angeles Lakers

Don’t believe LaVar Ball if he says his son was the reason for the Lakers’ overtime win. The toast of the night should go towards Brandon Ingram. The sophomore sank the game-tying jumper to send the game to overtime. His all-around performance also helped the Lakers will a win against John Wall and company.

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There are Big Fights to Be Played!

The NBA is going through a wild phase at the moment, but I don’t think betting websites are losing their marbles just yet.

The Golden State Warriors and the Cleveland Cavaliers are still the live betting favourites to meet in the Finals for the fourth straight year. Their slow start only means that the rest of the league upped their games this season!

It’s a great time to bet online as these clubs vie for wins!

Denver Nuggets @ New York Knicks (October 31, 07:30 GMT+8)

The Madison Square Garden will be raring to see their Knicks after an impressive victory against the Cavaliers. Kristaps Porzingis and Tim Hardaway, Jr. were impressive in Cleveland and will try to start a winning run against Nikola Jokic and the Nuggets.

San Antonio Spurs @ Boston Celtics (October 31, 07:30 GMT+8)

The Celtics are slowly getting behind Kyrie Irving’s talents and are winning their games. However, the San Antonio Spurs will provide them with a big test. LaMarcus Aldridge will be a tough assignment for Al Horford. I think this game would go down the wire, but the C’s should emerge with the W. Go for Boston -3.00 @ 1.92.

Minnesota Timberwolves @ Miami Heat (October 31, 07:30 GMT+8)

The Minnesota Timberwolves are impressing NBA fans with their impressive lead in their season series with the Oklahoma City Thunder. I think Karl-Anthony Towns, Jimmy Butler and Andrew Wiggins should have no problem dispatching a Miami Heat side with an unhealthy Hassan Whiteside. Chock this up for Minnesota -3.00 @ 2.00.

Orlando Magic @ New Orleans Pelicans (October 31, 08:00 GMT+8)

Aaron Gordon is seriously gunning for the Most Improved Player honours with his physicality and surprisingly accurate shots from long range. I still don’t think the Magic have enough to overcome the powerful giants of New Orleans. Shoot for the Pelicans’ -7.00 @ 1.90.

Philadelphia 76ers @ Houston Rockets (October 31, 08:00 GMT+8)

The Houston Rockets are still doing fine without Chris Paul, thanks largely to the sensational work put in by James Harden. The Beard should have no problems shutting out the Philadelphia 76ers at home. I think the Sixers will put up another impressive fight this time even if the Rockets get the W, so place your bets on Philadelphia +6.00 @ 1.95.

Charlotte Hornets @ Memphis Grizzlies (October 31, 08:00 GMT+8)

The FedExForum is still an indomitable fortress for the Memphis Grizzlies after Marc Gasol and company chewed out the Rockets at home. I don’t expect much to change for Grind City when the Hornets come to ball. If you’re looking at this game, make it a big one for Memphis -6.50 @ 1.98.

Dallas Mavericks @ Utah Jazz (October 31, 09:00 GMT+8)

I like the way the Dallas roster is built. I just find it a bit sad that Harrison Barnes still hasn’t found the shooting stroke that should have made him the perfect cornerstone for the Dallas Mavericks. I don’t see them going past the high-intensity defence of Utah, either, so make a nice punt for Utah -7.50 @ 1.92.

Toronto Raptors @ Portland Trail Blazers (October 31, 10:00 GMT+8)

The Raptors are struggling to find the winning formula against strong teams in the West despite the efforts of DeMar DeRozan. Kyle Lowry needs to figure out his shots fast if he wants his team to have a chance against Portland. Unless Toronto’s starting floor general sorts out his shot, this game is an easy punt: make a huge splash on Portland -2.00 @ 1.94.

Golden State Warriors @ LA Clippers (October 31, 10:30 GMT+8)

We may be looking at a preview of the Western Conference Finals when these two ball clubs play ball.

Blake Griffin is playing some amazing basketball, with his three-point shooting being close to his career-high averages. Patrick Beverley and Lou Williams are doing fantastic work as well. Meanwhile, the Warriors are struggling to find some scoring production outside of Stephen Curry, Kevin Durant and Klay Thompson.

Things will be tight, and I think the home crowd can will another shocking upset.

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Big Wins for the NBA’s Sports Betting Fans

Many of this year’s NBA teams are making a strong impression on neutral fans and sports betting aficionados with the way they’ve played. Teams like Miami, Orlando, Charlotte and Philadelphia make a strong case for their stock among casual fans.

It’s in days like this that betting odds don’t matter and your love for the sport comes out. This is why we love the NBA!

Denver Nuggets 110-116 New York Knicks

This game is a great result for many of the New York faithful. Kristaps Porzingis showcased just why the Knicks finally felt comfortable enough to send Carmelo Anthony away to OKC. The Unicorn had an amazing stat line of 38 points, 7 rebounds, 2 assists and 3 blocks to lead NYC against Nikola Jokic and Denver.

San Antonio Spurs 94-108 Boston Celtics

Kyrie Irving was the man of the hour for the Celtics, doing a lot of work in Boston’s offence and defence. Al Horford also deserves a lot of credit for limiting LaMarcus Aldridge defensively while registering a double-double.

Minnesota Timberwolves 125-122 Miami Heat

The Timberwolves barely won by the skin of their teeth against a highly motivated Dion Waiters and the Heat. Another positive result for Erik Spoelstra was Bam Adebayo’s decent start in place of the injured Hassan Whiteside. Fortunately for the Wolves, four of their five starters and Jamal Crawford did just enough to ensure the W.

Orlando Magic 115-99 New Orleans Pelicans

Whatever Frank Vogel’s tactics are doing great favours for the Orlando Magic. There’s not one player that stands out among the visitors, but the balanced scoring load led to the Pelicans being unable to stop Orlando’s magical run.

Philadelphia 76ers 115-107 Houston Rockets

This is probably the most shocking result out of all the games played today.

James Harden did just fine, but Mike D’Antoni’s insistence on using just eight players did not do anything against a young and physically stacked Sixers. Ben Simmons had a near triple-double while Joel Embiid was one rebound shy of a double-double.

Charlotte Hornets 104-99 Memphis Grizzlies

Memphis, a ball club known for their grit-and-grind play, were stopped by Charlotte’s impressive D.

Marc Gasol and Mike Conley were limited to a combined 26 points while the rest of the roster struggled to score in their place. Meanwhile, Kemba Walker got some help from Jeremy Lamb, Malik Monk and Cody Zeller.

Dallas Mavericks 89-104 Utah Jazz

Rodney Hood had an explosive 25-point game to help the Utah Jazz cruise past the Dallas Mavericks. Rudy Gobert backed him up with a 17-12-6 line. Dirk Nowitzki’s 18 points on 7-for-11 shooting was the only bright spot in a terrible performance by the Mavs.

Toronto Raptors 99-85 Portland Trail Blazers

The Raptors managed to disregard their recent struggles against the West’s giant and beat the Trail Blazers in their own house. They managed to limit the rest of the team from producing points, forcing Damian Lillard and CJ McCollum to a difficult game of tag. Kyle Lowry also managed to get his groove back in this game, ending the night with 19 points, 10 rebounds, and 6 assists.

Golden State Warriors 141-113 LA Clippers

This game was a harsh reminder to the rest of the league that the Warriors still have four of the best ballers today suiting up for them. Blake Griffin and Danilo Gallinari were rendered helpless in offence as Steph Curry, Klay Thompson, Kevin Durant and Draymond Green went on a scoring tear.

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It’s All Treat in the NBA this Halloween!

Happy Halloween, sports betting fans!

Your trick-or-treating days might be over, but the NBA has some sweet gifts that will certainly satisfy your cravings for live betting basketball action.

The Oklahoma–Milwaukee game leads Wednesday's four-game slate, and while it will certainly be fun to watch the rising Bucks, there are also the Pistons, Pacers and Suns ready to command the betting odds and spice up the day.

Sacramento Kings @ Indiana Pacers (November 1, 07:00 GMT+8)

After beating the Spurs yesterday, the Pacers will look to carry the momentum they got when they host the Kings. Not that Sacramento have much chance though, given their lacklustre offence that barely made its way against the Wizards' defence.

Expect Victor Oladipo and Domantas Sabonis to lead the scoring charge for Indiana again and go for the Pacers -5.50 @ 2.00.

Phoenix Suns @ Brooklyn Nets (November 1, 07:30 GMT+8)

There's no doubt the Suns are a different team now under Jay Triano. Sure, they did lose to Portland the last time out, but they made life hard for them and almost got the win against the same team that blew them out by 48 points in the opener.

Phoenix have been more locked-in defensively too, and I think they are in much better form than the Nets who have been ice-cold offensively since their win over Cleveland. If you're punting, the Suns +3.50 @ 2.07 seem the best choice.

Oklahoma City Thunder @ Milwaukee Bucks (November 1, 08:00 GMT+8)

Oklahoma City, with the core of Russell Westbrook, Paul George and Carmelo Anthony, have the better team on paper. Nonetheless, it still won't be an easy task for them to stop the Giannis Antetokounmpo takeover of the NBA.

The Greek Freak is averaging 34.7 points per game this season; and although the Thunder have enough offensive weapons to counter him, their weak interior defence is a concerning factor.

I think this will be close, but Milwaukee should be able to pull out a win here given their team's depth and balance. Go for the Bucks +2.00 @ 1.88.

Detroit Pistons @ Los Angeles Lakers (November 1, 10:30 GMT+8)

No one could have possibly predicted that the Pistons would lead in the East at all.

However, here they are now at 5-2 and coming off three straight wins against the Wolves, Clippers and Warriors.

Reggie Jackson, Andre Drummond, Tobias Harris and Avery Bradley are enjoying life in Detroit, and it's unlikely they'll be stopped by the young Lakers who are yet to find real consistency and string wins together. Detroit -4.50 @ 2.06 is an easy bet to make.

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Scary-Good Performances Make Live Betting a Delight!

Did you get something good during your Halloween parties?

I’m asking this because a lot of sports betting fans were happy with the way things went last night. There were fantastic games that easily blew the pre-game betting odds out of the water. Teams have been playing so well this season that they sometimes scare me.

Let’s dissect how your favourite team won/lost!

Sacramento Kings 83-101 Indiana Pacers

The Indiana Pacers are an impressive team that hasn’t failed to deliver so far. Victor Oladipo did not shoot much, but outstanding performances from Domantas Sabonis, Bojan Bogdanovic and Thaddeus Young ensured the W against the struggling Sacramento Kings.

Phoenix Suns 122-114 Brooklyn Nets

The Barclays Center saw a fantastic duel between two young teams that specialize in offense. Devin Booker and D’Angelo Russell were embroiled in an outstanding shooting match. Fortunately for the Suns, the rest of the roster did just enough to get them ahead of the Nets by the end of regulation.

Oklahoma City Thunder 110-91 Milwaukee Bucks

This Oklahoma City win is an easy one for Russell Westbrook and friends. Paul George led the pack this time with his 20 points, while No. 0 ended the night with a near triple-double. Giannis Antetokounmpo definitely deserves a lot of praise for even trying to keep the outclassed Bucks in the game.

Detroit Pistons 93-113 Los Angeles Lakers

Larry Nance Jr. may have made a niche for himself in the starting PF position after his 14-point, 12-rebound outing in their win over a strong Pistons side. Kyle Kuzma and Julius Randle were simply fantastic off the bench. Lonzo Ball, Kentavious Caldwell-Pope and Brandon Ingram all scored 13 points and got at least five boards.

Luke Walton has a problem in the power forward position: they just have too much talent. It’s actually a nice concern to have.

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It’s a Live Betting Feast You Don’t Want to Miss!

There are a lot of NBA games to be played tomorrow, and that only means one thing: sports betting fun for everyone!

Almost all of the must-watch teams will be playing tomorrow, so it’s up to you on which squads you should bet online for.

Indiana Pacers @ Philadelphia 76ers (November 4, 07:00 GMT+8)

Indiana are doing pretty well despite Myles Turner’s absence due to injury. Victor Oladipo and Domantas Sabonis deserve a lot of credit for keeping the Pacers competitive. However, I’m not entirely sure if they can even hope to contain Ben Simmons and Joel Embiid.

Chicago Bulls @ Orlando Magic (November 4, 07:00 GMT+8)

The Bulls aren’t doing good, as was expected. They have three of their key players out, after all.

Meanwhile, the Magic are on the back of an amazing run that was made possible by Aaron Gordon’s breakout run so far. I don’t see Orlando losing at all, so their -8.50 Asian Handicap @ 2.00 is a steal.

Cleveland Cavaliers @ Washington Wizards (November 4, 07:00 GMT+8)

I think there’s enough reason for many of the Cleveland faithful to pound the panic button. With Tristan Thompson out, their old and thin frontcourt just got a lot weaker. To be honest, they need a god-like performance from LeBron James and decent outings from the rest of the Cavs if they want to steal a win from the Wizards.

Milwaukee Bucks @ Detroit Pistons (November 4, 07:00 GMT+8)

I admire Giannis Antetokounmpo as a player, but I doubt that he’ll be able to carry the team through 82 games and be fresh enough to compete in the playoffs. He definitely needs some help against a surprisingly good Pistons squad. If nobody in the visiting bench steps up, expect another tough loss for them. Go to your bookies and choose Detroit -1.50 @ 2.00.

Houston Rockets @ Atlanta Hawks (November 4, 07:30 GMT+8)

The Rockets are somehow getting by thanks to the high-scoring duo of James Harden and Eric Gordon. While I’m more than sure that they can hand over a loss to the Atlanta Hawks, the question now comes down to whether they can pound their hosts. My answer is a yes, so don’t hesitate to choose Houston’s -8.50 handicap for 2.02.

Phoenix Suns @ New York Knicks (November 4, 07:30 GMT+8)

The Suns are finally winning without even depending on Eric Bledsoe’s high-volume scoring, so things are only looking up for them. I think Devin Booker and company have more than enough talent to play and win in the Mecca. However, I don’t think Kristaps Porzingis would roll out the red carpet for them.

Charlotte Hornets @ San Antonio Spurs (November 4, 08:30 GMT+8)

Sure, the Golden State Warriors handed the Spurs a tough loss, but I don’t think the final score is such due to their weaknesses. I’m more than sure that the Hornets will still be outclassed by the Spurs at the AT&T Center.

New Orleans Pelicans @ Dallas Mavericks (November 4, 08:30 GMT+8)

These two teams may be struggling, but there’s still an overwhelming favourite between the two.

Dirk Nowitzki hasn’t been the same player he once was, and the idea of him retiring at the end of this season is becoming more real by the minute. I don’t think the Mavs have enough of a roster to even contest DeMarcus Cousins and Anthony Davis. Place your bet money on New Orleans -5.00 @ 2.05.

Toronto Raptors @ Utah Jazz (November 4, 09:00 GMT+8)

Ricky Rubio has a surprisingly new role as an offensive option of Quinn Snyder’s Utah Jazz offence. It sounds strange, but his 30-point outing against the Trail Blazers says otherwise. They will be in for a fight against the Toronto Raptors, and I think they can hold on to get the win. Choose Utah’s -2.00 @ 2.04 if you’re interested in this game.

Miami Heat @ Denver Nuggets (November 4, 09:00 GMT+8)

This is an interesting battle in itself. Hassan Whiteside will be forced to guard a ball-handling big man in Nikola Jokic, meaning that he won’t be always ready to contest shots down low. If Erik Spoelstra doesn’t find a way to stop the prolific Serb, they’ll likely suffer a loss in the Mile-High City. Place your bets on Denver -5.50 @ 2.00.

Boston Celtics @ Oklahoma City Thunder (November 4, 09:30 GMT+8)

The Boston Celtics are doing really well, winning five of their last games. However, they’ll be facing an Oklahoma City side that scores a lot better whenever they play at the Chesapeake Energy Arena. They need to stop Paul George and Carmelo Anthony from scoring lest they suffer a bitter loss. I don’t think Brad Stevens’ young wings can do that just yet, so chuck your bets in favour of Oklahoma, -6.00 @ 2.05.

Brooklyn Nets @ Los Angeles Lakers (November 4, 10:30 GMT+8)

This will be D’Angelo Russell’s first return to the Staples Center ever since he was traded to Brooklyn in the offseason. Expect D-Lo to have a chip on his shoulders as he plays against his old team-mates and wonderkid Lonzo Ball. I don’t defence will matter at all when these two play, so fans can expect a lot of scoring to happen.

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Is it Time for LeBron and the Cavs to Panic?

Ten games into the season and the Cleveland Cavaliers are far from the place sports betting fans expected them to be.

LeBron James said last week that it's still too early to "go crazy" about the Cavs' early-season slump. After all, everybody knows they are a team that plays their best in the playoffs.

However, Cleveland were 3-4 that time, and they are now at 4-6 after losing a live betting match that online gambling experts thought would be an easy win for them.

With the Cavs now 1-5 in their last six—including defeats to the likes of Brooklyn and New York—is it time to worry about The Land?

Atlanta Hawks 117-115 Cleveland Cavaliers

Dennis Schroder sparked Atlanta to victory with 28 points and nine assists, while six other Hawks players scored in double figures. The Cavs had the chance to win it late in front of the Quicken Loans Arena crowd, but Channing Frye missed a three-pointer and Dwyane Wade botched a game-tying tip-in to add more frustration for the defending East Champs.

LeBron James is certainly frustrated after an all-around effort of 26 points, 13 dimes and five rebounds.

Miami Heat 104-101 LA Clippers

The Clips erased a 25-point deficit and took the lead with less than three minutes remaining. However, they wasted all their efforts after collapsing late and handing Miami the victory.

Hassan Whiteside did well to pull the Heat back, scoring an Alley Oop dunk in the closing stages to give them some breathing space before finishing with 21 points and 17 boards.

Boston Celtics 104-88 Orlando Magic

Boston won the battle of the East leaders and extended their winning streak to eight, thanks to a total team effort that countered Aaron Gordon and Nikola Vucevic's big double-double games. Jaylen Brown led the way for the C's with 18 points, while Marcus Smart filled the stat sheet with 11 points, eight rebounds, eight assists and three steals.

Washington Wizards 107-96 Toronto Raptors

No John Wall? No problem! Bradley Beal stepped up in the absence of his backcourt running mate and exploded for 38 points to push Washington past Toronto who struggled to score at home.

It helped the Wizards that the Raps had a hard time shooting from deep, making only five of their 24 three-point attempts.

Phoenix Suns 95-112 San Antonio Spurs

The Spurs used a big second half to cool down the Suns, who led by four at halftime. Spearheaded by LaMarcus Aldridge and Patty Mills, San Antonio staged a 34-13 third-quarter rally that allowed them to play loose in the final frame and cruise to victory.

Utah Jazz 110-137 Houston Rockets

It's the James Harden show at Toyota Center as The Beard lit up the Jazz with a career-high 56 points on an amazing 76 percent shooting. Eric Gordon added 20 as Utah were unable to respond, especially after giving up 48 points to the Rockets in the third quarter.

Indiana Pacers 101-108 New York Knicks

Kristaps Porzingis said he's ready to work to become the best in the NBA, and it looks like he's walking the talk after leading the Knicks' comeback win over the Pacers. The Latvian native scored 24 of his career-high 40 points in the final 13 minutes of play, helping New York wipe out Indiana's 19-point lead and get their fifth win in six.

Charlotte Hornets 94-112 Minnesota Timberwolves

The Wolves are on the rise, and even Kemba Walker and the Hornets couldn't stop them from winning their fifth straight game. Jeff Teague appeared to be back to his All-Star form, bagging another double-double of 18 points and 12 assists to spark the fiery Minnesota attack.

Oklahoma City Thunder 99-103 Portland Trail Blazers

Oklahoma's Big 3 combined for 67 points, but it wasn't enough to stop the hot-handed Portland who made half of their field-goal attempts. Blazers' coach Terry Stotts has a lot to be happy too, with Damian Lillard, C.J. McCollum and Jusuf Nurkic totalling 83 points.

Memphis Grizzlies 102-107 Los Angeles Lakers

It's back-to-back wins for the Purple and Gold in Tinseltown after stopping a late Grizzlies' fightback. Memphis used a huge fourth-quarter run to bring the game within three after the Lakers led by as much as 22; nonetheless, Luke Walton's men held firm to their lead.

Brook Lopez tallied a team-high 21 points as five other Lakers scored in double digits.

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You Can Expect the Best From These Scoring Masters!

They say that an overwhelming offence can wash away a torrent of sins in a basketball team. In online betting, a high-scoring team makes them more attractive options for fans to bet online and stake money in their favour.

Tomorrow’s NBA games feature squads that boast such high-octane offences. Are all of them worthy of your bets?

Boston Celtics @ Atlanta Hawks (November 07, 08:30 GMT+8)

Statistics say that the Celtics and the Hawks are low-scoring teams, but both of these teams are close to scoring 103 points per game this early in the season. Betting websites don’t like Atlanta’s chances of beating Boston and expect the Hawks to fail once again.

I doubt that they have answers for Kyrie Irving and the talented young wing duo of Jaylen Brown and Jayson Tatum. Place a big bet on Boston -8.50 @ 2.00.

Brooklyn Nets @ Phoenix Suns (November 07, 10:00 GMT+8)

The Phoenix Suns are somehow getting it together despite a disastrous start to the season, thanks to the heroics of Devin Booker. They will be hosting a Brooklyn squad that is second in the league in points scored per game. The Suns managed to beat the Nets last time out, so I don’t think they should have any problems doing it all over again at home.

Don’t hesitate to put good money on Phoenix -1.50 @ 1.96.

Miami Heat @ Golden State Warriors (November 07, 11:30 GMT+8)

I’d like to think that the Miami Heat can somehow put another dent on the Golden State Warriors. After all, they did pull off an improbable win against the Clippers.

However, I’m honestly not confident of their chances to topple the defending champions. The Dubs scored 120.7 points over their last 10 games. They have the league’s best clutch shooters in Kevin Durant, Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson. As much as I hate Draymond Green, he is a great defensive anchor.

The Heat would do better if they just gave this up as a loss and prepare mentally for their next match. Place all your money on Golden State -17.00 @ 2.02.

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Soaring Celtics are the New Team to Beat in the East!

While the Cleveland Cavaliers are struggling, the Boston Celtics continue to establish themselves as the online betting favourites out East.

Few sports betting experts expected the Celtics to play this good, especially after losing Gordon Hayward at the start of the season. However, they defied betting odds and proved doubters wrong as they remain unbeaten for nine straight games.

It's still a long season and a lot can happen, but there's no doubt the Beantown team own the Eastern Conference right now.

Boston Celtics 110-107 Atlanta Hawks

Boston almost fell to the same team that took down the Cavs yesterday, but the C's held on to extend their winning streak to nine.

Kyrie Irving was his usual self again, scoring 35 points and dishing out seven assists to spearhead the Celtics' offence. The 25-year-old guard also hit a three-pointer with 1:37 left on the clock to shift the momentum in Boston's direction and give them the lead for good.

Dennis Schroder and Dewayne Dedmon played well to spark Atlanta's comeback, but their efforts weren't enough as the other Hawks starters struggled to find their scoring touch.

Brooklyn Nets 98-92 Phoenix Suns

D'Angelo Russell scored 13 of his 23 points in the final quarter to power the Nets past the Suns in what was surprisingly a low-scoring game.

The expected scoring frenzy between the league's two fastest teams didn't pan out as both sides had a hard time making their shots, tallying just a combined 88 points in the first half. Fortunately for Brooklyn, Russell found his groove just in time to put an end to their four-game slide.

Joe Harris also impressed for the Nets with 18 points, while TJ Warren and Devin Booker scored 20 and 18 respectively in a losing effort for Phoenix.

Miami Heat 80-97 Golden State Warriors

The Warriors routed the Heat at Oracle Arena, thanks in large part to their defence that forced Miami to commit 20 turnovers.

It was a pretty off night for Golden State's starters, with Kevin Durant the only Warrior reaching the 20-point mark with 21. Draymond Green scored 18 and grabbed nine boards while Steph Curry and Klay Thompson totalled just 29 points.

However, whatever the Dubs lacked on offence, they made it up on defence, finishing the game with 12 steals and 10 blocks while limiting the Heat to just 36.1 percent shooting.

James Johnson had a standout performance for Miami though as he led them with 21 points, nine rebounds and six dimes.

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The NBA’s Best are Here to Impress!

The Golden State Warriors and the Boston Celtics headline Thursday's NBA five-game slate, and both will aim to continue their dominant runs to stay in control of their respective conferences.

Online betting favourites Golden State have already shrugged off the rust and are now geared to lay sole claim of No.1 in the West. Meanwhile, Boston continue to impress sports betting fans out East and seem unstoppable with their current winning streak.

The likes of New York, Detroit and Orlando should also be fun teams to watch, especially for those who fancy Asian Handicap betting.

Indiana Pacers @ Detroit Pistons (November 9, 08:00 GMT+8)

Back-to-back wins against the Bucks and Kings should keep the Pistons going in this game. Detroit have been a surprise team this season, thanks to the brilliant plays of Reggie Jackson and Tobias Harris. Andre Drummond has been excellent so far as well, not only on his rebounding but also on his shooting from the charity stripe.

Indiana are a capable team, but they have lost three in a row now and are still figuring out their Myles Turner/Domantas Sabonis problem.

New York Knicks @ Orlando Magic (November 9, 08:00 GMT+8)

The New York Knicks is Kristaps Porzingis. Kristaps Porzingis is the New York Knicks. That isn't an exaggeration after the Latvian star led the team to three straight victories (all while winning six of their last seven outings).

Porzingis' matchup with Orlando's Aaron Gordon will be an interesting sight to see, though the Magic need to find a solution to their recent offensive woes if they want to stop the rampaging Knickerbockers.

I like the chances of New York in this game, so choose the Knicks +5.00 @ 1.92.

Los Angeles Lakers @ Boston Celtics (November 9, 09:00 GMT+8)

Let's be honest, after nine straight wins, who's going to stop the Celtics?

The Lakers have a shot, of course, but they need to find their rhythm on the offensive end early if they want a legitimate chance of upsetting the East's top team. However, I don't see the Purple and Gold doing so against the league's best defensive unit. Go for Boston -9.00 @ 2.04.

Miami Heat @ Phoenix Suns (November 9, 10:00 GMT+8)

With Dion Waiters expected to return, the Heat should also be able to get back to winning ways.

It remains to be seen how Hassan Whiteside will respond following his benching during their loss to the Warriors, though playing the lowly Suns—who have lost their defensive grit again—should provide the perfect opportunity for the big man to bounce back.

Miami -5.50 @ 2.02 is an easy bet to make.

Minnesota Timberwolves @ Golden State Warriors (November 9, 11:30 GMT+8)

The Warriors are now leading the league in offensive rating, and it's safe to say the NBA defending champs are back.

They will be tested by the Wolves, who are thriving with the core of Andre Wiggins, Karl-Anthony Towns and Jimmy Butler. Nonetheless, it's doubtful Minnesota can neutralise the Dubs' potent scoring as their defence remains inconsistent and far from what is expected of a Tom Thibodeau team.

I predict the Warriors to explode in the second half of the game and win on -11.00 @ 1.96.

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More Online Betting Fun with the NBA!

The weekend may be upon us, but the thrills of making a bet online over these NBA games don’t die down!

There are a lot of games that you could sink your live betting sweet tooth into. Each match has its intriguing talking points, making them all the more worthwhile to inspect.

Intrigued? Let me guide you through these eight gems!

Atlanta Hawks @ Detroit Pistons (November 11, 08:00 GMT+8)

Tobias Harris’ hot shooting streak may have died down, but the rest of the Pistons have been relentless in winning eight of their first 11 games of the season. Meanwhile, the Hawks are struggling to get things going despite Dennis Schroder’s heroics. I think Detroit’s team basketball will systematically destroy Atlanta, so make a punt for Detroit -9.00 @ 2.06.

Charlotte Hornets @ Boston Celtics (November 11, 08:30 GMT+8)

The Celtics have found their groove, scoring loads of buckets while maintaining top-notch defence. I have no doubts that they will have no problems handling a struggling Hornets side. However, Charlotte fans can at least expect an exciting clash between Kemba Walker and Kyrie Irving.

Indiana Pacers @ Chicago Bulls (November 11, 09:00 GMT+8)

Chicago fans are going through hell right now. The Bulls’ locker room drama is adding an extra weight to the already-atrocious performances they have been showing lately. They have a chance to bounce back on the right track if they capitalise on Indiana’s struggles as of late. Victor Oladipo will do everything he can to deny them the W.

Los Angeles Clippers @ Oklahoma City Thunder (November 11, 10:00 GMT+8)

This match is the one with the most star power in it.

The Thunder are struggling to get things going with the referees seemingly hounding their three stars. Meanwhile, the Clippers are also having difficulty winning ever since their crushing loss to the Warriors. Blake Griffin will surely make a splash for the Clippers, but the home court advantage should help the Thunder to a win.

Milwaukee Bucks @ San Antonio Spurs (November 11, 09:00 GMT+8)

Giannis Antetokounmpo will probably run away with the MVP award if he continues his hot streak, but his Bucks won’t stand a chance against the Spurs if he keeps on doing things alone. Eric Bledsoe has to step up for his new team if they want to beat the San Antonio Spurs. I think all goes well for the Bucks this time, so place a punt on Milwaukee +4.50 @ 2.01.

Orlando Magic @ Phoenix Suns (November 11, 10:00 GMT+8)

Sure, Phoenix went on a bit of a win streak after Bledsoe unleashed the now-infamous tweet, but they’re now back to regular programming. Orlando, already shaping to be one of the most pleasant surprises this season, should have no problems beating them down. Place your money on Orlando -3.50 @ 1.95.

Miami Heat vs Utah Jazz (November 11, 10:00 GMT+8)

This is a battle between two of the most impressive defensive big men in the NBA today. Expect Hassan Whiteside and Rudy Gobert to be bringing it for their respective ball clubs. However, the clincher here would be Utah’s lack of a go-to scoring option. Miami should be able to exploit their kryptonite to will a win away, so put your money on their +2.50 Asian Handicap for 2.04.

Brooklyn Nets @ Portland Trail Blazers (November 11, 11:00 GMT+8)

The Nets are still struggling to find W’s this season despite their high-octane offence. D’Angelo Russell and friends need to play some D if they want to eke out a win against Damian Lillard and the Blazers. I don’t think they’ll be able to overcome the hosts, but they should be able to keep it close. Bet on Brooklyn’s high-scoring tendencies: you’ll get 2.00 for a +8.00 handicap.

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Big Performances are the Best for NBA Online Betting!

It's another fantastic day in the NBA as some of the best players in the league produced great performances to excite the live betting faithful.

Cleveland star LeBron James proved that he's still the best player in the planet with an all-around performance, while the likes of Kevin Durant, Giannis Antetokounmpo, John Wall and Joel Embiid delighted betting websites as they led their respective teams to victory.

Sacramento Kings 92-110 Washington Wizards

After a hot start that saw them lead by the end of the first half, the Kings went cold and never really had a chance to fight back. Washington controlled the game with their rebounding, grabbing 50 boards compared to Sacramento's 34, while John Wall sparked their offence with 21 points.

Cleveland Cavaliers 104-101 New York Knicks

Cleveland made just a total of 36 points in the second and third quarters, but they exploded in the fourth to score 43 and escape a Knicks team that led by as much as 23. LeBron James—who had some confrontation with New York rookie Frank Ntilikina and big man Enes Kanter in the opening frame—showed why they shouldn't mess with the King as he flirted with a triple-double of 23 points, 12 assists and nine rebounds.

Memphis Grizzlies 103-110 Milwaukee Bucks

The Memphis starters combined for 49 points in a cold-shooting night, while Milwaukee's made a total of 85. Tyreke Evans tallied 27 off the bench to keep the game close for the Grizzlies, but it wasn't enough with Bucks star Giannis Antetokounmpo raking in 27 as well to go along with nine rebounds and seven dimes.

Atlanta Hawks 105-106 New Orleans Pelicans

Darius Miller made 21 points and banked the game-winning three-pointer with under a minute left to help propel the Pelicans past the lowly Hawks. With seven players scoring in double figures, Atlanta looked to be on their way to an upset. However, New Orleans fought back mightily and held on behind the double-double performances of DeMarcus Cousins and Anthony Davis, and the 24-point explosion of E'Twaun Moore.

Los Angeles Lakers 100-93 Phoenix Suns

Defence remains solid for the Lakers, and it helped them stop their losing skid against the Devin Booker-led Suns. It also gave them a boost that Jordan Clarkson stepped up with 25 markers, igniting what has been a miserable offence in the past three games.

Minnesota Timberwolves 109-98 Utah Jazz

The injury to Rudy Gobert clearly hurt Utah in more ways than they expected. The Wolves outrebounded them, 40-31, and Karl-Anthony Towns had an easy time on the paint as he dominated with 24 points and 13 boards. Even Donovan Mitchell's all-around effort wasn't enough to power the Jazz.

Denver Nuggets 82-99 Portland Trail Blazers

Portland won the match marred with turnovers, thanks in large part to an efficient shooting night. CJ McCollum and Jusuf Nurkic spearheaded the Blazers with 17 points apiece, while Denver were left helpless as Nikola Jokic failed to make his presence felt.

Orlando Magic 100-110 Golden State Warriors

Despite the absence of Stephen Curry, the Warriors still made easy work of the soaring Magic squad. Kevin Durant, Draymond Green and Klay Thompson were their usual selves as they combined for 51 points to give the Warriors the W. Orlando, meanwhile, had little chance with Aaron Gordon struggling to make his shots.

Philadelphia 76ers 109-105 LA Clippers

Joel Embiid and Ben Simmons provided Philly fans with another reason to believe that their dark days are over after beating the now-slumping Clippers. Embiid was particularly sensational with his 32 points and 16 rebounds that effectively countered Blake Griffin's brilliant display.

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These Games Will Add to Your Online Betting Fun

There isn’t a lot to do whenever you’ve made a bet online for your favourite football teams. Why not try looking at the betting odds that come with NBA games?

There are only three games for tomorrow, but all of them have potential to be high-scoring thrillers as these ball-clubs have efficient scorers in their squads.

Boston Celtics @ Brooklyn Nets (November 15, 08:30 GMT+8)

Brooklyn are sticking to their belief that a scorching-hot offence can overcome a multitude of defensive sins, but I’m not sure that the Nets can outscore the best defence in the league right now.

With Kyrie Irving and the rest of the Celtics playing basketball at an incredible level, the best thing the D’Angelo Russell-less Nets can hope for is to keep the C’s from winning by more than 15 points.

Toronto Raptors @ Houston Rockets (November 15, 09:00 GMT+8)

This exciting duel between two of the league’s best scorers will make many fans shiver at the sight of impossible offensive plays. James Harden and DeMar DeRozan will wow the Toyota Center crowd, but the Rockets’ fiery form is unlikely to die out to the Raptors.

However, I think Toronto will be able to keep the score close, so place your bets on the Raptors +6.00 @ 2.03. Kyle Lowry’s scoring over the last three games is an encouraging sign for Dwane Casey’s team.

San Antonio Spurs @ Dallas Mavericks (November 15, 09:30 GMT+8)

This Texas Derby would have been more exciting a couple of years ago when the Mavericks were still riding on the coattails of Dirk Nowitzki.

Nowadays, Dallas are struggling to get wins behind Harrison Barnes’ 19-point performances this season. Moreover, they are having difficulties in trying to find stability down low. I don’t see Rick Carlisle overcoming the well-oiled Spurs with a team in this condition. This is painful for Mavs fans, but they should put their money on San Antonio -7.00 @ 1.98.

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Today was a Shocking Delight for NBA Fans

Given today’s matchups, I think not a lot of sports betting fans would have gone the other way and pick the online betting underdogs.

While two of the games followed the script predicted by betting websites, the final result wasn’t as blown out as they thought it would be. In fact, the third game was a surprising upset that even caught me off guard.

Boston Celtics 109-102 Brooklyn Nets

D’Angelo Russell’s knee injury is bound to hurt the Nets in the long run, but they put on a brilliant show for the Barclays Center against the Boston Celtics. Rondae Hollis-Jefferson led an inspired Nets to put on a brilliant resistance against Kyrie Irving and company. Meanwhile, the Boston bench performed poorly, with the starters doing most of the scoring load for them.

Toronto Raptors 129-113 Houston Rockets

This is surely the shock result of the week so far.

Houston failed to capitalise on their first-quarter lead and allowed DeMar DeRozan and Kyle Lowry to go off on them. James Harden and Trevor Ariza were the only bright spots for the Rockets as the rest of the squad were struggling to get things done on both ends of the floor.

Toronto’s dynamic due got a boost from bench players CJ Miles and Delon Wright, allowing them more time to recuperate on the bench and keep Houston from mounting a comeback. This win is a great morale boost for Dwane Casey’s men.

San Antonio Spurs 97-91 Dallas Mavericks

Many honestly expected the Spurs to end the game with a double-digit lead against a struggling Dallas, team, but Dennis Smith Jr. had other plans. He led the Mavericks throughout the game, finishing the game with a stat line of 27 points, 6 assists and 2 assists.

Meanwhile, LaMarcus Aldridge continues to shine for the Spurs, pulling his weight on both sides of the floor. Patty mills also had a great outing, scoring 19 points behind four long-range makes.

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These Kinds of Fun Games Make Live Betting a Thrill!

Sure, betting websites only had two NBA games listed today, but those two packed enough dynamite that it felt like we just went through ten games!

Betting odds were thrown out the window as the Golden State Warriors saw their dominant run come to a halt, while the Houston Rockets were just mind-boggling with the way they’ve welcomed Chris Paul back on the floor.

If this doesn’t get you hooked on NBA basketball, I don’t know what will!

Golden State Warriors 88-92 Boston Celtics

The first game of the day was a must-watch for everyone who considers himself a hardcore NBA fan.

This game was a battle between the top dogs of the East and West, and the players did not disappoint in terms of quality play. Kevin Durant and the Warriors led for the majority of the game, but Al Horford and Kyrie Irving led an inspired fight-back in the fourth. Boston’s league-leading defence was what killed the game off in their favour, as Stephen Curry just struggled with his shot all game long.

While it is important to say that a game in November doesn’t mean anything come the playoffs, just imagine how deadly Boston would be if Gordon Hayward wasn’t injured for the C’s.

Houston Rockets 142-116 Phoenix Suns

Man, the Rockets are something else.

They celebrated Chris Paul’s return to the starting five by throwing defence to the trash and outscoring the poor Phoenix Suns. The Rockets outscored the entire Warriors team by half-time, notching 90 points. Greg Monroe, Devin Booker and Josh Jackson had put in some great shots, but they were just helpless against James Harden’s 48-point performance.

If this is a sign of things to come, then Houston will be a must-watch for NBA fans who love high-scoring epics.

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Exciting Games Mean More Online Betting Fun in the NBA!

Another hectic live betting weekend is upon the NBA with some of the league's most exciting teams set to feature in Sunday's showdown.

Besides the Houston Rockets and the Boston Celtics who are commanding the early-season betting odds, the Golden State Warriors will also take centre stage as they visit the young and soaring Sixers.

Meanwhile, the LA Clippers, Milwaukee Bucks and Portland Trail Blazers will aim to impress and hope for positive results as well when they play their respective matches.

LA Clippers @ Charlotte Hornets (November 19, 08:00 GMT+8)

The Clips might be on a seven-game skid, but it shouldn't be forgotten they are still one of the Top 5 offensive teams in the league. Although injuries have slowed down their hot start to the season, Blake Griffin and co. should be able to return to winning ways against their fellow strugglers in Charlotte, who just lost to the highly-dysfunctional Bulls. Go for the Clippers +4.50 @ 2.03.

Utah Jazz @ Orlando Magic (November 19, 08:00 GMT+8)

With Rudy Gobert and Joe Johnson out for some time, Utah are certainly in a difficult situation. They will have some hope against Orlando who have also lost three in a row, but Aaron Gordon and Nikola Vucevic look dangerous against the Jazz' thin frontcourt.

Boston Celtics @ Atlanta Hawks (November 19, 08:30 GMT+8)

After winning 14 straight games, the latest against the Warriors, Boston will undoubtedly be harder to stop now. However, if there is any silver lining for a Hawks team coming off a 46-point blowout of the Kings, it's the fact that the Celtics have won their last four games by just seven points and less.

Atlanta should be able to keep this match close, just like their first meeting this season. With that said, the Hawks +7.00 @ 1.90 seem the best move.

Golden State Warriors @ Philadelphia 76ers (November 19, 08:30 GMT+8)

Golden State saw their winning run come to an end in the hands of the East's top team, so they should be motivated to bounce back here. Nonetheless, Philadelphia won't be a walk in the park for them especially with Joel Embiid and Ben Simmons now showing Philly fans the result of "The Process."

I think this will be a lot closer than their earlier meeting, so pick the Sixers on +8.00 that pays at 2.00.

Houston Rockets @ Memphis Grizzlies (November 19, 09:00 GMT+8)

Following their 90-point first-half explosion over the Phoenix Suns, the Rockets will look to ride on the momentum they got to split the season series against the Grizzlies. Not that they need more boost though considering that the slumping Memphis squad will be without the injured Mike Conley. Choose Houston -7.50 @ 1.97.

Milwaukee Bucks @ Dallas Mavericks (November 19, 10:00 GMT+8)

The Mavs are the worst team in the league and frankly, they will be better off if they tank the season. The offensive power is just not there for Dallas, so it's doubtful they'll stand a chance against a Milwaukee side thriving with Giannis Antetokounmpo leading the way and newly-acquired point guard Eric Bledsoe taking the ball-handling duties. Go for the Bucks -8.00 @ 1.98.

Sacramento Kings @ Portland Trail Blazers (November 19, 11:00 GMT+8)

The bench needs to perform if Portland want to take their revenge against Sacramento. Wear and tear will play a huge part in this game as the two teams meet in the second of back-to-back matches, but the Blazers won't last long against Willie Cauley-Stein and the Kings if they will keep relying on Damian Lillard and CJ McCollum.

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Great Games Like These are a Feast for the Eyes!

Close matches, total domination, exciting comebacks and big performances. It's all here in today's NBA six-game slate!

Besides the Warriors' thrilling win over Brooklyn that kept the live betting faithful on the edge of their seats, the Raptors also delighted online betting with their fantastic display against their Eastern Conference rivals, the Washington Wizards.

Detroit, Indiana, Phoenix and Los Angeles, meanwhile, turned the betting odds in their favour with some scary-good showing from some of their best players.

Washington Wizards 91-100 Toronto Raptors

The Raptors got their revenge against the Wizards, who gave them their only home loss of the season. With John Wall out with a sore left knee, the visiting Wiz just didn't have enough to counter DeMar DeRozan's 33-point performance.

It didn't help Washington that they had 14 turnovers in the game, which is double of Toronto's.

Indiana Pacers 120-95 Miami Heat

Myles Turner has been inconsistent since his return from the concussion he suffered earlier in the season, but he shrugged off the rust to rally the Pacers over the Heat. The 21-year-old big man scored a season-high 25 points to go along with seven rebounds, four assists and four blocks as he punished Miami, whose starters struggled to make their shots.

Golden State Warriors 118-111 Brooklyn Nets

Golden State survived a second-half scoring barrage from Brooklyn to escape with a seven-point win without Kevin Durant. The Warriors led by 22 at the end of the first half, but the Nets exploded for 42 points in the third to cut their deficit. Fortunately, Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson had the hot hands and managed to keep the Dubs in front.

Detroit Pistons 100-97 Minnesota Timberwolves

Led by Andre Drummond, Detroit's starters all scored in double figures to will the team to a narrow victory over Minnesota. Jimmy Butler, who tallied 26 points and 10 rebounds for the Timberwolves, could have had sent the game to overtime, but his last-second three rattled out of the ring to the frustration of the home fans.

Chicago Bulls 105-113 Phoenix Suns

Bulls rookie Lauri Markkanen recorded career-highs with his 26-point, 13-rebound outing; however, his efforts were not enough to stop the hot-handed Suns who made half of their attempts from the field. TJ Warren ignited Phoenix with 27 points as they dominated Chicago with better ball movement.

Denver Nuggets 109-127 Los Angeles Lakers

It's the Lonzo Ball show at Staples Center once again after the highly-prized rookie bagged his second career triple-double (11 points, 16 rebounds and 11 assists) to spark the Lakers' blowout of the Nuggets. Denver trailed by 22 points in the first half and were never able to recover as LA's Julius Randle and Brook Lopez also combined for 45 points.

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The Process is Here: Bet Online on Philly’s Exciting Youth

The last time I’ve been smitten by a big man was during Yao Ming’s stint with the Houston Rockets. While the organization is trying their hands on another Chinese prodigy, there is one big who is getting all of my attention and betting tips.

Joel Embiid has wowed many betting websites with his fantastic play under the rim and from distance. While his health is still a worrying issue for the Philadelphia 76ers, his chemistry with Ben Simmons is nothing short of electric. They will be a force to be reckoned with for years.

In fact, they’re already showing signs of their greatness to the rest of the league!

Utah Jazz 86-107 Philadelphia 76ers

Philly’s fearsome twosome was the driving force behind their overwhelming victory over the Rudy Gobert-less Utah Jazz. Derrick Favors could not get it done against Embiid, while The Process scored 15 points and snatched 11 rebounds. Simmons had four steals to go with his own double-double of 27 points and 10 rebounds.

Atlanta Hawks 85-96 San Antonio Spurs

LaMarcus Aldridge was not about to let the Cameroonian be the only outstanding big today. The Spur continues to be the team’s bright spot in the absence of Kawhi Leonard and Tony Parker. He ended the night with 22 points and 11 rebounds as the Spurs took care of the Hawks at home.

Oklahoma City Thunder 107-114 New Orleans Pelicans

Billy Donovan needs to make defensive tweaks if he wants the Thunder to close out winnable games. They did well in the first half, but their defence once again became suspect to attacks. The thing that makes this defeat more interesting is that the Pelicans were without Cousins for the fourth quarter after the big got ejected for swinging an elbow to Russell Westbrook’s head.

Boston Celtics 110-102 Dallas Mavericks

The Boston Celtics have seemed like unreliable on their road trip so far, but they’ve always found a way to keep the winning streak alive. Kyrie Irving managed to keep Harrison Barnes and the Dallas Mavericks from running away with the W at the American Airlines Center and force a dramatic win in overtime. He ended the game with an unreal stat line of 47 points and 6 assists.

Washington Wizards 99-88 Milwaukee Bucks

Giannis Antetokounmpo and the Milwaukee Bucks starters did pretty well in the game, but their lack of a reliable bench cost them the game against the Wizards. Kelly Oubre Jr. was the difference maker in the game as his 18 points sealed the victory for the visitors.

Portland Trail Blazers 100-92 Memphis Grizzlies

It would be easy to blame Mario Chalmers for the Grizzlies’ poor performance against Portland if we only look at the final score. However, the former Heat player actually played decently in his 32 minutes on the floor. The only thing to blame for Grizzlies fans is the outstanding game played by the Trail Blazers.

Los Angeles Clippers 85-107 New York Knicks

Kristaps Porzingis is another player that continues to tantalize me.

Despite his poor shooting night, he notched 25 points, 7 rebounds, 2 steals and 2 blocks to lead the Knickerbockers to a glorious win over the Clippers. Blake Griffin, his opposite, also played fantastically. However, his team let him down in terms of scoring and defence.

Indiana Pacers 105-97 Orlando Magic

This game was a must-watch as these two ball clubs are the most pleasant surprises of the season. This first meeting was won by the visiting Pacers after Victor Oladipo scored 29 points on the team that drafted him. Bojan Bogdanovic and Thaddeus young chipped into the win with their offensive and defensive efforts.

Cleveland Cavaliers 116-88 Detroit Pistons

The Cavaliers are on a superb winning streak where they always shoot past the 100-point mark. The Pistons were added to the count after an uninspired game from the entire roster. Meanwhile, LeBron James and Kevin Love were popping off for The Land.

Minnesota Timberwolves 102-118 Charlotte Hornets

Jimmy Butler looks like he was still rattled by the bitter loss they experienced against the Pistons as the Timberwolves stumbled in Charlotte. Dwight Howard had a flashback to his 2010 form as he outplayed Karl-Anthony Towns to a 25-20 night. Frank Kaminsky was also unbelievable from the bench, scoring 24 points in 21 minutes of basketball.

Denver Nuggets 114-98 Sacramento Kings

The Denver Nuggets were definitely heating up after the questionable ejection Nikola Jokic experienced during their loss to the Los Angeles Lakers. The talented big took out his frustrations on the poor Kings as he ended the night with 16 points and 14 rebounds. The rest of the Nuggets’ starting unit also did well against a disgruntled Sacramento squad.

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Get ready to Bet Online on These Big NBA Matchups!

It will be a hectic live betting affair in the NBA this Thursday as 28 teams meet for another set of games expected to produce a flurry of exciting plays and drama.

The Warriors–Thunder matchup headlines the 14-game showdown, and it just gets better from there for sports betting fans as top teams like the Boston Celtics, Cleveland Cavaliers, Houston Rockets, and San Antonio Spurs also look to continue their winning ways.

Washington Wizards @ Charlotte Hornets (November 23, 08:00 GMT+8)

Washington have one of the best starting units in the league, but they will need their reserves to step up if they want to stop the Hornets who just found a new sting. Charlotte snapped their losing streak recently and looked more dangerous with Dwight Howard dominating the paint and Nicolas Batum back in action. I think this will be close, so go for the Hornets -2.00 @ 1.87.

Brooklyn Nets @ Cleveland Cavaliers (November 23, 08:00 GMT+8)

With their best players out, Brooklyn won't have their hopes up against the team they defeated last month. Not to mention that LeBron James and the Cavaliers are on a five-game winning streak and are showing a much-improved defence. If you're punting, Cleveland -10.50 @ 1.85 seem a good choice.

Portland Trail Blazers @ Philadelphia 76ers (November 23, 08:00 GMT+8)

Defence will be key for the Blazers in this game especially that they are up against the rampaging Joel Embiid and Ben Simmons. However, Damian Lillard and C.J. McCollum must find their scoring touch again if they want to neutralise Philly completely.

LA Clippers @ Atlanta Hawks (November 23, 08:30 GMT+8)

Nothing is going right in the Clippers paradise with nine straight losses, and the last thing they need is a defeat to one of the league's worst teams. It should be remembered though that this Atlanta team played out gritty games against the Celtics and displayed some decent offence in their win over the Kings. I like the chances of the Hawks on +3.50 @ 1.91.

Boston Celtics @ Miami Heat (November 23, 08:30 GMT+8)

After Boston took down the defending champions and proved they are the best team this season, it's doubtful they will allow their streak to end against the Heat. Miami haven't been playing well at home, so Kyrie Irving and Jaylen Brown should be able to punish them with their scoring and beat an Asian Handicap -3.50 @ 2.01.

Toronto Raptors @ New York Knicks (November 23, 08:30 GMT+8)

The Raptors blow out the Knicks by 23 points last week, and they should be able to do it again—this time in front of the Madison Square Garden crowd. New York still have a chance if Kristaps Porzingis can play the way he did against the Clips, though everybody knows what happened the first time he tried against Toronto's defence. Go for the Raps -4.50 @ 2.02.

Denver Nuggets @ Houston Rockets (November 23, 09:00 GMT+8)

Although the Nuggets have the firepower to make life hard for any team, the West-leading Rockets should still be too much for them. James Harden is leading the NBA with 31.6 points per game, and they are looking more unstoppable with Chris Paul back.

Dallas Mavericks @ Memphis Grizzlies (November 23, 09:00 GMT+8)

Few expect Dallas to win any game at all, but the way they played in the first 36 minutes of their match against the Celtics should lift some spirits. If Harrison Barnes and Wesley Matthews can stay efficient, defeating Memphis—losers of their last five outings—should be doable. Choosing Dallas +5.00 @ 2.03 is a risk worth taking.

Orlando Magic @ Minnesota Timberwolves (November 23, 09:00 GMT+8)

Following their run at the top of the East, Orlando are now in a freefall with no end in sight for their five-game skid. The Wolves are the better team on paper and should pose a big challenge for the Magic, especially with the way they are preventing shots at the rim and the restricted area. Go for Minnesota -7.00 @ 1.96.

San Antonio Spurs @ New Orleans Pelicans (November 23, 09:00 GMT+8)

Third in the West without their star player and starting point guard, the Spurs are surely ones to watch. The Pels' Anthony Davis should provide a difficult matchup for LaMarcus Aldridge, but San Antonio's depth and quality can't be ignored. Pick the Spurs +2.00 @ 1.95.

Golden State Warriors @ Oklahoma City Thunder (November 23, 09:00 GMT+8)

Kevin Durant is still questionable, but should he be given the green light, it would mark the first time he'll play at Chesapeake Arena as an NBA Champion. The motivation will certainly be there for Russell Westbrook; and although the Thunder guard has embraced the facilitator role while playing with two offensive talents, I expect him to return to his explosive triple-double ways in this game.

Milwaukee Bucks @ Phoenix Suns (November 23, 10:00 GMT+8)

The issue the Bucks need to resolve is their inconsistent offence that was in disarray in their loss to the Mavs. It should give them some confidence they are playing one of the league's worst defensive squads, but they can't take it easy against the Suns who have shown excellent ball movement in their past few games. Given the handicap, I like the chances of Phoenix on +5.50 @ 1.89.

Chicago Bulls @ Utah Jazz (November 23, 10:00 GMT+8)

In the absence of defensive anchor Rudy Gobert, Derrick Favors needs to step up to fill his void in the Jazz' frontcourt. They have the rest advantage over the Bulls who are playing their second of back-to-back road games, and Rodney Hood can take advantage of that to exploit Chicago's already weak defence.

Los Angeles Lakers @ Sacramento Kings (November 23, 11:30 GMT+8)

It might take some time before the California rivalry returns to its usual intensity, but it should be interesting to see the first matchup of rookies Lonzo Ball and De'Aaron Fox. The Lakers, however, should have the edge against the Kings that have been awful on both ends of the floor—even losing to a Nuggets team missing its head coach and two starters!

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The Thrill Never Stops in the NBA!

There are a couple of one-sided battles in today's NBA, but that didn't make online gambling less exciting as some teams also played out close matches.

Cleveland extended their winning run to seven games in a thrilling live betting affair that saw them escape by a narrow margin. Meanwhile, Portland, Indiana and Detroit kept sports betting fans at the edge of their seats as they all bagged victories... but with only a three-point lead or less!

Portland Trail Blazers 127-125 Brooklyn Nets

Despite their inconsistent performance that saw them give up 72 points in the second half, the Blazers still managed to pull out a narrow win against the undermanned Nets. Jusuf Nurkic was crucial for the Blazers as he scored 29 points, including the and-1 lay-up off a steal that gave them a three-point lead with 27 seconds remaining.

New York Knicks 104-116 Atlanta Hawks

Kristaps Porzingis might be thrilled by the way the Knicks are playing, but their fans certainly aren't, especially after falling prey to the lowly Hawks. Dennis Schroder tallied 26 points and eight assists as Atlanta used a 30-19 third-quarter rally to take down New York and put an end to their three-game skid.

Orlando Magic 103-118 Boston Celtics

It didn't take long for Boston to return to winning ways, thanks to Kyrie Irving's 30 points and Terry Rozier's career-high 23. The Celtics built a 30-point lead through three quarters, and it was never really threatened despite the fact that four of Boston's starters sat out the final 12 minutes of play.

Charlotte Hornets 99-100 Cleveland Cavaliers

LeBron James bagged a triple-double (27 points, 16 rebounds and 13 assists) and sent out a warning that Cleveland are back to reclaim their throne in the East.

Oft-maligned for their defence, the Cavaliers won the match by making stops when it mattered most. The King was even credited with a block to Kemba Walker, who sent a desperation heave as time expires.

Toronto Raptors 104-107 Indiana Pacers

In a feisty affair that ended with only a three-point lead, it helped the Pacers that they were able to limit DeMar DeRozan to just 13 points on 37.5 percent shooting. Lance Stephenson also gave Indiana a boost as he made 13 of his 18 points in the fourth quarter —including back-to-back threes with under five minutes left—to help them eke out a win at Bankers Life Fieldhouse.

Miami Heat 109-97 Minnesota Timberwolves

With Jeff Teague out, the Wolves just didn't have enough firepower to sweep the two-game season series against the Heat. Miami found their rhythm from beyond the arc and made 19 treys in the match, with Wayne Ellington exploding off the bench for 21 points on 6-of-9 shooting from three.

Detroit Pistons 99-98 Oklahoma City Thunder

Detroit could have won the game by a larger margin had they not committed 20 turnovers, but they would still be happy getting the W against Oklahoma. The Pistons, trailing by 10 in the first half, displayed a total team effort in the second to cancel out another triple-double performance from Russell Westbrook.

Memphis Grizzlies 92-104 Denver Nuggets

Denver handed Memphis their seventh consecutive defeat behind a fantastic all-around effort from Nikola Jokic. The Serbian centre seized 28 points, 13 rebounds and eight assists to lead the Nuggets, who also dominated the rebounding department with 50 to the Grizzlies' 23.

New Orleans Pelicans 115-91 Phoenix Suns

Riding on their win over the Spurs, the Pelicans produced another blowout victory, this time against the cold-shooting Suns. Anthony Davis finished with 23 points and nine rebounds while DeMarcus Cousins chipped in 19 and 10 to spark New Orleans past a Phoenix side that only made two of their 20 attempts from deep.

Chicago Bulls 94-143 Golden State Warriors

Despite the absence of Kevin Durant and Draymond Green, the Warriors were still too much for the East-worst Bulls. Splash Bros. Steph Curry and Klay Thompson combined for 62 points to punish Chicago who only had Jerian Grant reaching the 20-point mark.

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Unexpected Players Shocked NBA’s Online Betting World

Die-hard NBA fans may have felt a tad bit disappointed when there were only three games available to sate their live betting fix. Some may have even passed over these games as there were no Warriors, Cavaliers, Rockets or Celtics playing that day.

However, fans who did sit through the games found themselves surprised. Players that weren’t usually relied upon were trying to break the betting odds and turn the game in their favour. While it doesn’t work most of the time, nothing thrills a neutral more than a different player making his mark in the game.

Miami Heat 100-93 Chicago Bulls

Miami and Chicago had a high-scoring game despite an astonishing 7-13 opening quarter. Both teams combined 68 points in the final quarter, but Miami built a good-enough lead in the second quarter to keep the Bulls away.

The hosts didn’t have a reliable scorer to lead them, forcing Jerian Grant to score an impressive 24 points. The season will be long and hard for the Windy City if they can’t find an answer to their woes.

Phoenix Suns 108-119 Minnesota Timberwolves

The Wolves were definitely expected to cruise past the Suns, given how stacked the home team is compared to the visitors. However, Suns fans can find delight in the loss after Mike James pulled off an impressive outing.

The rookie notched 26 points, 5 rebounds and 7 assists in 30 minutes of action off the bench. The future looks bright and fiery for Phoenix if their young core manages to fulfill their potential.

Brooklyn Nets 98-88 Memphis Grizzlies

The Grizzlies led this game for the entirety of the first half, but Mike Conley’s absence cost them the game in the second half. The team looked uninspired as Marc Gasol and Tyreke Evans tried to fend off a superb performance from the Nets.

DeMarre Carroll was the man of the hour for the Russell-less Nets after ending the night with 24 points, 6 rebounds, 2 steals and a block. Brooklyn fans will be hopeful that this won’t be the last time Carroll outplays his matchup.

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Top of the East: The Battle is Just Getting Started!

The battle at the top of the Eastern Conference is promising to be an exciting one with the Detroit Pistons and Cleveland Cavaliers determined to dethrone the league-leading and online gambling favourites Boston Celtics.

Detroit surprised live betting today as they stunned the Celts to narrow the gap, while Cleveland retained their impressive form and commanded the betting odds once again as they took down Philly in what was another masterclass from King James.

Orlando Magic 109-121 Indiana Pacers

Coach Frank Vogel is still winless against his old team, no thanks to Victor Oladipo and Bojan Bogdanovic who combined for 48 points for Indiana. Trailing by as much as 17 points in the game, Orlando managed to cut the lead to just four in the final quarter before the Pacers pulled away with a 13-0 run.

Detroit Pistons 118-108 Boston Celtics

Defence won the game for the Pistons as they limited Boston's top-scorer Kyrie Irving to just 18 points on 6-of-16 shooting. Andre Drummond's 26-point, 22-rebound performance also gave a boost to Detroit, who continue to establish themselves as legitimate contenders out East.

Portland Trail Blazers 103-91 New York Knicks

It's three losses in a row now for the Knicks who weren't able to continue their terrific run at home. Portland star Damian Lillard proved to be a huge thorn in the side of New York with his 32 points, while both Kristaps Porzingis and Tim Hardaway Jr. struggled to counter him.

Cleveland Cavaliers 113-91 Philadelphia 76ers

LeBron James continues to carry the workload for the Cavs, leading them to their eighth straight victory at the expense of the Philadelphia 76ers. The King scored 22 of his 30 points in the first half as Cleveland led by as much as 29 points and never looked back.

Brooklyn Nets 103-117 Houston Rockets

After the Rockets made 43 points in just the first quarter, it already seemed impossible for the Nets to fight back. Isaiah Whitehead was a standout performer for Brooklyn with his 24 markers, though it wasn't enough to stop a Houston team that had James Harden flirting with a triple-double.

Dallas Mavericks 108-115 San Antonio Spurs

Dallas' weak defence on the frontcourt was highlighted in this match after LaMarcus Aldridge and Pau Gasol stepped up to lead a Spurs comeback. Aldridge bagged a double-double, but Gasol impressed the most as he made 18 of his 25 points in the second half to snap the Mavs' winning streak.

Sacramento Kings 110-106 Golden State Warriors

With Kevin Durant and Steph Curry sidelined due to injuries, the Warriors just didn't have enough firepower to pull away from the Kings. And it cost them the win this time after Bogdan Bogdanovic banked a contested shot to give Sacramento the lead with just 12 seconds left.

Klay Thompson had 21 points but missed a crucial three that could have won them the game in the closing seconds.

Los Angeles Lakers 115-120 LA Clippers

Lou Williams exploded for 42 points and made sure to let his former team know what they missed after trading him last season. Amid a slew of injuries that thinned their backcourt depth, the 31-year-old guard led the Clips on an efficient shooting night, while Blake Griffin chipped in a double-double of 26 points and 11 rebounds.

it's a frustrating night for Kentavious Caldwell-Pope who made 29 points in a losing effort for the Lakers.

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Exciting NBA Online Betting All Over the East and West!

NBA sports betting fans from the Eastern and Western Conferences are up for a busy day as 10 games are slated this Thursday.

Out East, the likes of Detroit, Orlando, Philadelphia, New York and Toronto will look to excite the betting odds on their turf. Meanwhile, Houston, New Orleans, Dallas, San Antonio and Los Angeles will hope to get positive results at home.

Phoenix Suns @ Detroit Pistons (November 30, 08:00 GMT+8)

After taking down the Celtics, Detroit are certainly confident heading into this matchup. The trio of Tobias Harris, Andre Drummond and Reggie Jackson has been sensational, and it's doubtful the exhausted Suns—playing their second of a back-to-back—can put up a challenge.

Oklahoma City Thunder @ Orlando Magic (November 30, 08:00 GMT+8)

Although the Thunder seem to be able to put their offence together in last week's win over the champs, it still turns out to be a problem as seen in their loss to the Mavs. If they are aiming to bounce back, though, playing the Magic who have lost their last nine games is their best chance. I think Oklahoma's attack can thrive against Orlando, so pick the Thunder -6.50 @ 2.03.

Washington Wizards @ Philadelphia 76ers (November 30, 08:00 GMT+8)

With John Wall out for the next two weeks, the Sixers have a good shot at getting their revenge on the Wizards. Wall was crucial in their win over Philly last October, and they will undoubtedly miss his production. It's also not looking good for the Wiz with Joel Embiid and Ben Simmons playing better than ever in the City of Brotherly Love.

Miami Heat @ New York Knicks (November 30, 08:30 GMT+8)

Miami's chances in this game rely on Dion Waiter's consistency. He was pivotal in helping the Heat end the Celts' winning streak, and they will need him again to be at his best when they visit Kristaps Porzingis and the Knicks who are currently 9-4 at home.

Charlotte Hornets @ Toronto Raptors (November 30, 08:30 GMT+8)

The Hornets will be hard to beat with Dwight Howard turning back the clock, but the Raptors should be able to punish them with their Top-10 offence. Not to mention that Charlotte are 1-8 on the road and are coming off two straight defeats against the Cavs and Spurs. Choose Toronto -8.00 @ 1.96.

Indiana Pacers @ Houston Rockets (November 30, 09:00 GMT+8)

Their first meeting two weeks ago ended in a blowout win by the Rockets, and although Indiana are thriving with Victor Oladipo leading the attack, it's still hard seeing them take down the West leaders. After all, Houston are unbeaten in five with James Harden averaging 34.4 points during that stretch.

Minnesota Timberwolves @ New Orleans Pelicans (November 30, 09:00 GMT+8)

Minnesota's loss to Washington after leading as much as 13 points reflects their defensive inconsistencies. It remains to be seen what Wolves team we will see in New Orleans; nonetheless, the Pelicans should prove to be a tough nut to crack after taking down the likes of Thunder and Spurs last week.

Brooklyn Nets @ Dallas Mavericks (November 30, 09:30 GMT+8)

This one should be an interesting battle between two bottom teams. Brooklyn have found ways to win despite the absence of their two best players, while the Mavs have shown a much-improved defence in their recent games. The Nets, however, should have the edge considering the way they played in their last six matches, which has been their best offensive stretch this season.

Memphis Grizzlies @ San Antonio Spurs (November 30, 09:30 GMT+8)

Eight straight losses and now without a coach, the Grizzlies are in absolute disarray. Given their situation, Memphis surely won't have their hopes up when they play a Spurs team that received a boost with the return of veteran point guard Tony Parker. If you're punting, pick the Spurs -8.50 @ 2.01.

Golden State Warriors @ Los Angeles Lakers (November 30, 11:30 GMT+8)

This game marks the beginning of the Warriors' six-game road trip, so it's likely Steve Kerr will limit the minutes of his star players. Still, with their depth and quality, that shouldn't be much of an issue against the Lakers that rank as one of the league's worst offensive teams.

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These Great Games Surprised Live Betting Fans

There were a lot of great NBA games on offer today, offering different stories and interesting betting odds.

While some games went as expected, a good number of these games defied betting tips. These results are what make the NBA a fun watch.

Phoenix Suns 107-131 Detroit Pistons

Detroit’s starting unit had an engine-like efficiency throughout their game against the Phoenix Suns. Reggie Jackson, Avery Bradley and Tobias Harris had strong outings for the home team. Meanwhile, Devin Booker failed to rally his team together as they continue to struggle through the season.

Oklahoma City Thunder 108-121 Orlando Magic

Billy Donovan’s neck is probably on the line after this loss.

Russell Westbrook and Paul George had amazing outings for the Thunder, but their brittle defence allowed Aaron Gordon to end the night with 40 points and 15 rebounds. It also doesn’t help that the OKC bench were not producing enough points to reduce the burden on their stars.

Washington Wizards 113-118 Philadelphia 76ers

The Wizards’ tendency to struggle in games continues to rear its ugly head as they fall to the Sixers. The Bradley Beal-led Wizards mounted a great comeback in the fourth quarter, but Joel Embiid and Ben Simmons did enough to prevent an upset from happening.

Miami Heat 86-115 New York Knicks

The Knicks overturned a three-game losing skid with a wonderful win against the Miami Heat. While they were without Kristaps Porzingis due to an early ankle injury, Enes Kanter led a spirited charge that helped them over Miami. Meanwhile, the Heat continue to struggle defensively without Hassan Whiteside.

Charlotte Hornets 113-126 Toronto Raptors

The Hornets continue to struggle against the best teams in the league, and this game is a testament to that. DeMar DeRozan and Kyle Lowry combined for 66 points, while Dwight Howard was the only guy producing in Kemba Walker’s absence.

Indiana Pacers 97-118 Houston Rockets

I personally think the Houston Rockets are the benchmark the Indiana Pacers should aim for. James Harden is someone Victor Oladipo should aspire to be, as the Beard outplayed his opponent in every aspect of the game. Myles Turner should also look at Clint Capela’s growth in recent years as an inspiration.

Minnesota Timberwolves 120-102 New Orleans Pelicans

The Timberwolves seem to have responded to Jimmy Butler’s calls after an emphatic win against the Pelicans. Taj Gibson and Karl-Anthony Towns deserve major props as they managed to stop DeMarcus Cousins and Anthony Davis from creating too much trouble for them. Andrew Wiggins and Butler handled the scoring load KAT missed out on.

Brooklyn Nets 109-104 Dallas Mavericks

DeMarre Carroll continues to shine for the D’Angelo Russell-less Nets as they barely managed to overcome the Mavericks. Carroll’s 22 points did just enough to help the Nets secure the victory. Meanwhile, the Dallas bench leaves a lot to be desired as they failed to back up their struggling starting unit.

Memphis Grizzlies 95-104 San Antonio Spurs

The result wasn’t in any doubt from the moment the game started.

Tyreke Evans was the only bright spot on the Memphis roster as Marc Gasol struggled to find his shot against his older brother Pau. Meanwhile, LaMarcus Aldridge put up an unreal 41-point performance to seal the game for the Spurs.

Golden State Warriors 127-123 Los Angeles Lakers

Nobody expected the Lakers to play this well against the Warriors, but the overtime win was a surprising delight nevertheless. The Lakers bench overpowered their Golden State counterparts, nullifying the Warriors starters’ efforts. While Brandon Ingram put on an impressive scoring performance, the Dubs did just enough to escape with the W at the Staples Center.

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Take a Look at the NBA's Best Rookies So Far!

Philadelphia 76ers' Ben Simmons and Los Angeles Lakers' Kyle Kuzma are named NBA rookies of the month in their respective conferences, and live betting fans don't have to wait long to see them back in action as they are set to feature for their teams this Sunday.

Other rookies such as Los Angeles' Lonzo Ball, Atlanta's John Collins, Boston's Jayson Tatum, Dallas' Dennis Smith Jr., and Sacramento's De'Aaron Fox, Bogdan Bogdanovic and Frank Mason III will also look to impress online betting as they make their cases for the Rookie of the Year honour.

Phoenix Suns @ Boston Celtics (December 3, 02:00 GMT+8)

Leading the East with a 19-4 record, the Celtics undoubtedly have betting odds on their side. Phoenix, meanwhile, continue to struggle on both ends of the floor and certainly won't have their hopes up facing the league's stingiest defence. Go for Boston -13.50 @ 2.04.

LA Clippers @ Dallas Mavericks (December 3, 03:00 GMT+8)

DeAndre Jordan to Dallas, anyone? In all seriousness though, with the Clippers slumping and facing injury woes, the Mavs have a chance to pull an upset. Though, they will need the likes of Harrison Barnes, Wesley Matthews and Dennis Smith Jr. to click offensively if they want to avenge their 21-point loss to this team last month. I think this will be a lot closer than their previous meeting, so pick Dallas -5.00 @ 1.90.

Atlanta Hawks @ Brooklyn Nets (December 3, 04:00 GMT+8)

Brooklyn beat Atlanta by 12 points last October, but things should be different this time with the Nets missing some key players due to injuries. If there's any silver lining for the home team though, it's the fact that DeMarre Carroll and Spencer Dinwiddie are stepping up to help them win games. With that said, choosing Brooklyn -5.00 @ 2.02 should still be a solid bet.

Memphis Grizzlies @ Cleveland Cavaliers (December 3, 08:30 GMT+8)

It's losers of ten straight against winners of their last ten. LeBron James and Cleveland, however, should have an easy time at Quicken Loans Arena with the Grizzlies still figuring out what to do after firing head coach David Fizdale.

Detroit Pistons @ Philadelphia 76ers (December 3, 08:30 GMT+8)

Detroit will be motivated to bounce back in this match after getting blown out by the Wizards. Nonetheless, with Ben Simmons leading the Sixers and Joel Embiid playing with a pair of fresh legs after sitting out their game against Boston, it will be a difficult test for the Pistons.

Not to mention that Philly won their first meeting two months ago.

Sacramento Kings @ Milwaukee Bucks (December 3, 09:30 GMT+8)

It hasn't been a week since the Bucks demoralised the Kings by way of a 25-point blowout, so it's doubtful Sacramento can take their revenge now that they visit Milwaukee. Of course, the Kings have a shot if they can hit their threes, but playing their second road game of a back-to-back should take its toll.

Los Angeles Lakers @ Denver Nuggets (December 3, 10:00 GMT+8)

With Paul Millsap and Nikola Jokic out, the Lakers have every opportunity to snap their three-game skid. The Nuggets are now thin on the frontcourt, which is just the perfect situation for Kyle Kuzma and Brandon Ingram to thrive.

New Orleans Pelicans @ Portland Trail Blazers (December 3, 11:00 GMT+8)

Portland's defence continues to shine, and it should help them as they host New Orleans who boast a Top-10 offence. This matchup should be a close encounter due to the contrast in philosophies, but the Blazers should have the edge playing a Pelicans team that had a hard time against the short-handed Jazz.

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Are You Ready for More NBA Online Betting Madness?

An action-packed day in the NBA awaits basketball fans as 13 of the current top 16 teams in the league are set to play this Tuesday.

It will surely be another live betting spectacle to remember, especially with online gambling darlings Golden State Warriors and Cleveland Cavaliers continuing their chase for the top spot as they remain second in their respective conferences.

Orlando Magic @ Charlotte Hornets (December 5, 08:00 GMT+8)

The Hornets will be happy playing at home where they are currently 7-3. Orlando did win against Oklahoma last week, but it's doubtful they can display the same hot shooting from three in this game. Not to mention that they are coming off a hard-fought match against the Knicks. If you're punting, the Hornets -7.50 @ 1.88 should be a good bet.

New York Knicks @ Indiana Pacers (December 5, 08:00 GMT+8)

Indiana lost two straight already and will be facing a New York team that defeated them earlier last month. If there's any good news for them though, it's the fact that the Knickerbockers are an awful team on the road.

Phoenix Suns @ Philadelphia 76ers (December 5, 08:00 GMT+8)

After beating the Pistons for the second time this season, the Sixers will undoubtedly enter this match with great confidence. The Suns, with Devin Booker, should pose some challenge, but the Sixers should have enough firepower as their young core continues to impress. Choose Philadelphia -10.00 @ 1.88.

Brooklyn Nets @ Atlanta Hawks (December 5, 08:30 GMT+8)

In a rematch of their Sunday game, Brooklyn will hope to get their revenge on Atlanta. The key for the Nets in this game, however, is limiting Dennis Schroder just like how they did it in their first meeting last October. I think this will be close, though I like the chances of the Hawks on -2.50 @ 2.00 considering the Nets' struggles on getting stops.

Milwaukee Bucks @ Boston Celtics (December 5, 08:30 GMT+8)

While the Celtics' offence leaves much to be desired, their defence remains as solid as it has ever been all season long. Of course, Milwaukee and Giannis Antetokounmpo will put them to a test, but the East-leaders still have the edge given the Bucks' inconsistencies on both ends of the floor. Go for Boston -6.00 @ 2.00.

Cleveland Cavaliers @ Chicago Bulls (December 5, 09:00 GMT+8)

LeBron James continues to carry Cleveland as they rise in the East, and he should be able to do so again when they visit the NBA-worst Chicago. Although the Cavs frequently struggle against the Bulls, it should no longer be the case with Fred Hoiberg lacking a legitimate scoring option in his team. Pick Cleveland -9.00 @ 1.95.

Minnesota Timberwolves @ Memphis Grizzlies (December 5, 09:00 GMT+8)

Losing 11 consecutive games now, the Grizzlies' slump aren't expected to end anytime soon. It shouldn't help that they are up against the Karl-Anthony Towns-led Timberwolves who hold an 11-4 record against Western Conference teams. With the way Memphis are playing, betting on Minnesota -2.50 @ 1.94 is a no-brainer.

Golden State Warriors @ New Orleans Pelicans (December 5, 09:00 GMT+8)

Golden State took down New Orleans last week by way of a 15-point victory, and the odds point that their third meeting will be no different. After all, the Pelicans' All-Star big Anthony Davis was ruled out of this match due to a pelvis injury.

Denver Nuggets @ Dallas Mavericks (December 5, 09:30 GMT+8)

Despite the absence of Nikola Jokic and Paul Millsap, the Nuggets are finding ways to win. And if they can maintain the form they showed in their last two matches and continue to distribute the scoring load, it's likely they'll be able to handle the Mavs whose performance remains a feast-or-famine situation. Go for Denver +2.50 @ 2.01.

Detroit Pistons @ San Antonio Spurs (December 5, 09:30 GMT+8)

It doesn't look good for the Pistons as they visit the Spurs after losing back-to-back games. San Antonio are always difficult to beat on their turf and to make matters worse, Gregg Popovich's men have four wins in their last five with LaMarcus Aldridge averaging 28 points during that stretch before sitting out their loss to the Thunder. Place your punts on the Spurs -3.50 @ 1.97.

Washington Wizards @ Utah Jazz (December 5, 10:00 GMT+8)

Winners of five straight, Utah are adjusting well to life without their defensive anchor Rudy Gobert. The Wizards will be a threat to their streak, but with John Wall out, the Jazz have a legitimate shot at dominating at home especially with Donovan Mitchell still fresh from exploding for 41 points.

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Big Wins are Always a Great Watch!

The NBA delighted sports betting fans again with a series of games that featured plenty of action, drama and heated moments.

Those who bet with Asian Handicap betting have more reasons to celebrate as well, with nine of the 11 games ending with double-digit leads. The Utah Jazz even surprised betting websites with a 47-point blowout of the Washington Wizards!

Orlando Magic 94-104 Charlotte Hornets

Orlando managed to cut Charlotte's lead to just one at the end of the third quarter, but an 11-2 run at the start of the final frame allowed the Hornets to get some breathing space and ensure the victory. Kemba Walker led the home team with 29 points, while the Magic had Evan Fournier as the highest scorer with 18.

New York Knicks 97-115 Indiana Pacers

The Knicks' road woes continue as they fall to the Pacers. New York trailed by as much as 38 points in the game and never really threatened as Indiana romped to victory behind Thaddeus Young's 20 points and Darren Collison's double-double of 10 points and 10 assists.

Phoenix Suns 115-101 Philadelphia 76ers

Devin Booker exploded for 46 points to help the Suns upset the high-flying Sixers. TJ Warren, meanwhile, chipped in 25 as Phoenix took advantage of Philly's struggles from the three-point territory to pull away in the second half.

Brooklyn Nets 110-90 Atlanta Hawks

Using a 31-15 third quarter, the Nets beat the Hawks to get their revenge. Six players scored in double figures for Brooklyn, with Caris LeVert coming off the bench to bank 17 points and pace the team against the cold-shooting Atlanta.

Milwaukee Bucks 100-111 Boston Celtics

Despite Giannis Antetokounmpo's 40 points, Milwaukee still fell short against the C's. Kyrie Irving was sensational for the Beantown team once again, scoring 14 of his 32 points in the third quarter. He also hit back-to-back shots with just a minute left on the clock to erase any hopes of a Bucks' comeback.

Cleveland Cavaliers 113-91 Chicago Bulls

Dwyane Wade appears to be thriving off the bench, and it was evident with his 24-point outing against his hometown team. Kevin Love and LeBron James also combined for 47 points as the Cavs' Big 3 punished the Bulls with an efficient performance.

Minnesota Timberwolves 92-95 Memphis Grizzlies

Memphis finally snapped their 11-game losing streak at the expense of the inconsistent Wolves.  Marc Gasol proved pivotal in the match as he made 21 points, including the crucial dunk with three minutes left that gave them a three-point lead.

Jimmy Butler was the lone bright spot for Minnesota as the other starters failed to impact the game.

Golden State Warriors 125-115 New Orleans Pelicans

For a moment, it looked like New Orleans are on their way for the upset of the day. However, Golden State, as expected, showed why they are the best third-quarter team in the league.

The Death lineup combined for a total of 91 points to counter big games from the Pels' Jrue Holiday and DeMarcus Cousins, though Steph Curry's injury quite ruined the joy of the comeback victory.

Denver Nuggets 105-122 Dallas Mavericks

Denver finally felt the absence of Nikola Jokic and Paul Millsap in their blowout loss to Dallas. Meanwhile, the Mavs—led by Harrison Barnes and rookie Dennis Smith Jr.—never trailed after getting a 16-point first quarter lead.

Detroit Pistons 93-96 San Antonio Spurs

Thanks to their 14-of-31 shooting from three, the Spurs managed to eke out a win against Detroit. The Pistons had Reggie Jackson dominating with 27 points, though the Spurs' shooting and balanced scoring – with seven players reaching double digits — proved to be too much.

Washington Wizards 69-116 Utah Jazz

Otto Porter leading the Washington scoring with 14 points shows how much the Wizards struggled offensively. They finished on just 28.8 percent shooting from the field, while the Jazz took advantage of it to end the game with a 47-point advantage.

To give a clearer picture of what happened, Utah made 35 points in just the second quarter, five points more than Washington's first-half total!

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This is a Happy Day for the Great Wizards

Making a bet online against a struggling team can be a tough choice in itself.

Do you trust the betting odds and count on the favourites to win? Or do you risk your sports betting cash for a team you trust but is currently having difficulty in getting some wins?

Faithful Washington fans who put their trust in their leaders were not disappointed as they sent off a decent Trail Blazer squad packing with a loss.

Phoenix Suns 113-126 Toronto Raptors

There was never any doubt that the Raptors would overwhelm the Suns at this stage of the season.

The Raptors were a finely tuned machine with DeMar DeRozan and Kyle Lowry splitting the honours for the most points scored. Serge Ibaka and OG Anunoby were also phenomenal on the court as Phoenix struggle to keep up with the Raptors.

Devin Booker was once again the only real bright spot for a Suns team that has been lacklustre and dim over the past few seasons.

Utah Jazz 94-100 Oklahoma City Thunder

The Utah Jazz gave the Thunder and their fans a good scare before buckling in the fourth and allowing a narrow home win for Russell Westbrook and Oklahoma City.

Westbrook once again took charge as he notched another triple-double of 34 points, 13 rebounds and 14 assists in the victory. Paul George and Steven Adams did well in their respective roles, while Carmelo struggled to sink his shots.

Donovan Mitchell shone for the Jazz as he finished the night with a team-high 31 points. Rudy Gobert had a so-so performance in his first game since his injury.

Washington Wizards 106-92 Portland Trail Blazers

The Wizards were simply phenomenal against the Trail Blazers.

Not only did Bradley Beal had to lead his squad against a great player in Damian Lillard, they also had to play without John Wall. Beal had a legendary game while carrying the Wizards past the Blazers, ending the night with 51 points on 56% shooting. Not a single basketball fan in Washington will forget his heroics anytime soon.

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There is Exciting Basketball to Be Played!

If you’re looking for high-energy basketball, tomorrow’s a great day to catch the NBA!

Many of the teams playing tomorrow are popular among betting websites for their electrifying brands of basketball. They turn games to live betting thrillers due to their exciting attacks. They make you question betting tips because they can upset them if they get hot enough.

These teams make online betting a wonderful hobby to have!

Los Angeles Lakers @ Philadelphia 76ers (December 8, 9:00 GMT+8)

The first clash between the two young clubs ended in a Philadelphia victory, with Joel Embiid popping off for a memorable 46-point outing. The Lakers are still struggling for form, so I don’t see them winning against the Sixers anytime soon.

The Sixers will most likely sweep the Lakers in their season series. The best thing the Purple and Gold faithful can hope for is outstanding showings from Kyle Kuzma and Lonzo Ball. Philadelphia -8.00 Asian Handicap @ 2.08 is the best bet to make.

Washington Wizards @ Phoenix Suns (December 8, 10:00 GMT+8)

Bradley Beal has just pulled off an amazing performance against Portland, making him an established scorer in the minds of those who doubt.

The Wizards would have been in for a fight in Phoenix if Devin Booker was around. Fortunately for them, his groin problems will give Washington a free win. Washington -8.50 @ 2.14 is the clear-cut choice to make here.

Oklahoma City Thunder @ Brooklyn Nets (December 8, 11:00 GMT+8)

Everybody and their mother knows how terribly inconsistent the Oklahoma City Thunder are. However, I don’t think Russell Westbrook and friends can actually lose to a Brooklyn Nets side without D’Angelo Russell nor Jeremy Lin. Kenny Atkinson’s team ball can only do so much against Westbrook’s rampage. Punters should really not hesitate to place their money on OKC -8.00 @ 2.08.

Houston Rockets @ Utah Jazz (December 8, 11:30 GMT+8)

Donovan Mitchell has been nothing short of a revelation for the Jazz and is definitely a heavy contender for ROY honours. The Jazz have been competing well thanks to his efforts aiding Rodney Hood and Rudy Gobert.

However, I don’t see this relatively young Jazz side snapping an impressive winning streak built by the Houston Rockets. It would be foolish not to bet Houston -6.50 @ 2.13.

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These Greats Love to Please the Live Betting Crowd

If you’re a neutral sports betting fan that is looking to win big, tomorrow promises a lot of fun!

Many of the league’s best players will be playing games, making betting websites dizzy with all of the odds they had to make.

You have a good shot at winning lots with the games the NBA has on offer.

Chicago Bulls @ Charlotte Hornets (December 9, 8:00 GMT+8)

One of the first games to be played is a bit of a sleeper.

Chicago are still struggling to win games without a clear-cut leader on both ends of the floor. I would honestly be surprised if Charlotte won’t be able to stomp Chicago to the ground. Chicago will still lose, but they should be able to put up a fight. Go for the Bulls’ +9.00 Asian Handicap for 1.94.

Golden State Warriors @ Detroit Pistons (December 9, 8:00 GMT+8)

The Warriors are still without Stephen Curry, but Kevin Durant is doing a wonderful job of holding the fort in their absence. While the Pistons are still playing well, I don’t see them doing enough damage to beat the Dubs.

Cleveland Cavaliers @ Indiana Pacers (December 9, 8:00 GMT+8)

The Cavaliers are still red-hot as LeBron James thrives for the Wine and Gold. I honestly don’t see the Pacers sweeping the rug off the Cavs’ feet while LeBron is simply unstoppable. Cleveland -4.00 @ 2.04 will likely provide good returns to interested punters.

Denver Nuggets @ Orlando Magic (December 9, 8:00 GMT+8)

Denver are struggling to win games without Nikola Jokic and Paul Millsap, and the Magic will definitely capitalise on their misery. Expect Aaron Gordon and Nikola Vucevic to keep on pounding them inside for the win. Put your money on Orlando -1.50 @ 1.94.

Toronto Raptors @ Memphis Grizzlies (December 9, 9:00 GMT+8)

Memphis are struggling to put on wins without Mike Conley leading at the point, while Toronto are enjoying a four-game winning streak. We can expect another strong win for the Raptors because the hosts don’t have good defensive answers for DeMar DeRozan and Kyle Lowry. Toronto -6.00 @ 2.06 is a good-enough pick to take.

Dallas Mavericks @ Milwaukee Bucks (December 9, 9:00 GMT+8)

Giannis Antetokounmpo and Eric Bledsoe are tearing it up for the Bucks, and Dallas are struggling to get it together defensively. I don’t see Harrison Barnes being able to completely stop the Greek Freak from doing whatever he wants on the floor. Milwaukee -6.50 @ 1.94 is not that outrageous of a bet to make.

Sacramento Kings @ New Orleans Pelicans (December 9, 9:00 GMT+8)

I’m not sure how I can market this game in such a way that won’t immediately have you putting your marbles on the Pelicans. DeMarcus Cousins is tearing it up despite Anthony Davis’ absence. The Kings’ highest scorer is Zach Randolph, a serviceable big who is scoring 14 points a game. Those two sentences alone tell you all you need to know.

Boston Celtics @ San Antonio Spurs (December 9, 10:30 GMT+8)

The final game of the day is a cross-conference duel between two of the league’s best teams.

Kyrie Irving is simply phenomenal this season, leading the Celtics to a league-best 22-4 record with his inhuman dribbles and indomitable clutch gene. Meanwhile, LaMarcus Aldridge is also doing a wonderful job for the Spurs, becoming the team’s offensive and defensive anchor.

I think these two teams will play well, and the Spurs should be able to squeeze out a narrow win over the C’s at home. Punters will be intrigued with Boston’s -2.50 Asian Handicap for 2.00 odds.

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Watch Out for These Surging East Teams!

The East is (L)eastern conference no more! And the Raptors, Pacers, Sixers and Knicks will aim to prove that to sports betting fans when they step on the NBA hardwood this Monday.

Toronto and Indiana are particularly appealing to watch, with the former establishing themselves as one of the online gambling favourites and the latter coming off a win over the Cavs and continuing to surprise betting odds.

Toronto Raptors @ Sacramento Kings (December 11, 04:30 GMT+8)

Despite being overshadowed by the Celtics, there's no doubt that Toronto are one of the top contenders out East. They have won their last five and have been phenomenal offensively behind DeMar DeRozan and Kyle Lowry.

Sacramento have shown some bite in their recent games, but the fact that they are one of the bottom teams in both offensive and defensive ratings is worrisome. If you're punting, choose Toronto -7.50 @ 1.99.

Boston Celtics @ Detroit Pistons (December 11, 05:00 GMT+8)

Detroit were just behind Boston in second place last month, but five straight losses dropped them all the way down to seventh. The good news for them in this game, however, is that they did beat the Beantown team a couple of weeks ago.

Playing at home should also give the Pistons some edge, so I think this one will be close. Go for Detroit +1.50 @ 1.88.

Denver Nuggets @ Indiana Pacers (December 11, 06:00 GMT+8)

After snapping Cleveland's winning streak to grab their third straight victory, the confident Pacers are unlikely to be stopped. Victor Oladipo has been clutch for them, and he will surely be pivotal for Indiana once again when they take on Denver.

Not that the Nuggets will pose much of a challenge though as Nikola Jokic and Paul Millsap remain sidelined due to injuries.

Dallas Mavericks @ Minnesota Timberwolves (December 11, 08:00 GMT+8)

Minnesota already beat Dallas twice this season, so it's difficult to see the Mavericks turning the tables this time. Sure enough, the Wolves have a tendency to collapse down the stretch, but it shouldn't be a big problem against a team that doesn't have much to offer offensively. Choose Minnesota -8.50 @ 2.00.

Philadelphia 76ers @ New Orleans Pelicans (December 11, 08:00 GMT+8)

The Sixers lost three in a row now, but they will have their hopes up with Joel Embiid rested after sitting out against the Cavaliers. Although New Orleans' twin tower of Anthony Davis and DeMarcus Cousins will make life hard for the Sixers, their defensive inconsistencies—as seen in their match with Sacramento—remain an issue.

Atlanta Hawks @ New York Knicks (December 11, 08:30 GMT+8)

Following their road loss to the Bulls, the Knicks will be happy to return home and host the Hawks. New York lost to Atlanta last month, but they should have some advantage with Dewayne Dedmon out for the Hawks while John Collins and Mike Muscala are questionable.

The absence of Atlanta's top big men should give Kristaps Porzingis more space to dominate, so pick the Knickerbockers -6.00 @ 2.00.

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It’s a Great Time to Be an NBA Fan

I don’t think I’ve stressed it enough: the NBA has become a very entertaining watch for die-hards and casuals alike.

While most betting websites still look at the Cavs and the Warriors as the most probable teams to meet in June, there have been a couple of teams that are gaining steam. The Celtics, Rockets and Pacers are some of the squads that are gaining favourable betting odds from bookies.

Moreover, today’s games present interesting developments and storylines for the couch experts. I think sports betting fans have a lot of talking points to go over after today’s slew of games.

This season is a great time to be a pro-hoops fan!

Boston Celtics 85-108 Chicago Bulls

This loss doesn’t really have a significant impact on the Celtics over time, but it does show just how important Kyrie Irving has become for Boston. Meanwhile, Nikola Mirotic and Bobby Portis didn’t pull their punches and helped the Bulls to a win. The frontline duo was a 1-2 strike that caught the usually alert Celtic defence off-guard.

New Orleans Pelicans 123-130 Houston Rockets

This game was an unfortunate one for the Pelicans. They were ahead of the conference-leading Rockets for much of the game as Jrue Holiday and E’twaun Moore clocked in sensational numbers. James Harden and Chris Paul had to work extra in the final frame in order to just get over the visitors in the last moments.

Miami Heat 107-82 Memphis Grizzlies

Should Memphis blow it up?

Marc Gasol’s 19-point, 6-rebound outing for Memphis just wasn’t enough to compete with a Miami side that didn’t have Hassan Whiteside in the game. Even if Mike Conley was in the game, I’m not sure that they could have won this game cleanly.

The Grizzlies front office should consider their options quickly before they get stuck in a bad situation.

Charlotte Hornets 116-103 Oklahoma City Thunder

Hurricanes of problem continue to strike Oklahoma City as they fall to the Hornets.

Charlotte swarmed them with points from all over the floor while Russell Westbrook and company struggle to strike efficiently at the hoop. Carmelo Anthony is the most notable disappointment for OKC after scoring only 11 points during his 34 minutes of floor time.

Portland Trail Blazers 104-111 Golden State Warriors

Damian Lillard played superstar basketball for the Blazers, scoring 39 points on 28 shot attempts. However, his heroics just weren’t enough to overcome the Warriors. Kevin Durant led a well-oiled Dub Machine that ran away with the game since the second quarter.

Toronto Raptors 91-96 LA Clippers

Few thought that the Clippers would be able to as so much prick the Raptors without Blake Griffin, but brilliant team play saved the day.

Six players shared the scoring load as LA fought back against the superb performances of Toronto’s starters. Milos Teodosic also made his return to the team after his injury early in the season. With this win, Doc Rivers can build more confidence and help his team gel even more.

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The Thrilling Climb on the NBA Ladder Starts Now!

While the live betting heavyweights continue to dominate the top of the NBA standings, the other title dreamers are scrambling on the middle of the ladder and fighting for the precious playoff places.

Detroit, Washington, New York, Philadelphia are all close out East and will certainly look for a win this Wednesday to keep the betting odds swinging in their favour. Meanwhile, the Lakers enter the hardcourt with the sole aim of staying in touch at the postseason places in the tough Western Conference.

Atlanta Hawks @ Cleveland Cavaliers (December 13, 08:00 GMT+8)

While the Hawks did beat the Cavs earlier last month, sports betting experts still have Cleveland winning this match by a large margin. The Wine and Gold have been on a tear offensively in their recent games, so it's doubtful Atlanta's offence—which is too much reliant on Dennis Schroder—can keep up.

Denver Nuggets @ Detroit Pistons (December 13, 08:00 GMT+8)

Losers of six straight, the Pistons have a good chance to end their skid against the shorthanded Nuggets. Their offence is the chief culprit for their recent slump, but Andre Drummond should be able to thrive and give Detroit a boost as they host a Denver team missing their starting big men. With that said, choosing Detroit -6.50 @ 1.86 is the best move.

Los Angeles Lakers @ New York Knicks (December 13, 08:00 GMT+8)

Although the "rivalry" between these storied franchises was ephemeral, there should be some intensity in this game as they boast their new young teams. The Lakers will be confident after winning back-to-back matches, but they will still have their hands full as New York are proving to be a difficult team to beat at home this season. I think this will be tight, though the Knicks on -3.50 @ 1.95 is a tempting punt to make.

Washington Wizards @ Brooklyn Nets (December 13, 08:30 GMT+8)

With Bradley Beal averaging 36.7 points in their last three, the Wizards will be hard to stop. Not to mention that John Wall could possibly make his return here, putting the Nets at a disadvantage despite their recent acquisition of Jahlil Okafor. Go for Washington -3.50 @ 2.03.

San Antonio Spurs @ Dallas Mavericks (December 13, 09:30 GMT+8)

News of Kawhi Leonard returning and making his debut in this game is undoubtedly music to the ears of Spurs' fans. However, San Antonio don't really need their star forward in this affair against a Dallas team they already beat twice last month. Oh, and LaMarcus Aldridge scored 30-plus points in those games!

Philadelphia 76ers @ Minnesota Timberwolves (December 13, 10:30 GMT+8)

Minnesota's top-five offence should give them an advantage against the slumping Philadelphia. Even if Joel Embiid and Robert Covington suit up for this matchup, the Sixers should still have a hard time against the surging Wolves who have been clutch this month behind Karl-Anthony Towns and Jimmy Butler.

Phoenix Suns @ Sacramento Kings (December 13, 11:00 GMT+8)

The first meeting between these West strugglers ended in a high-scoring match, and fans can expect the same this time as the two teams look to go all out on the offensive end. Nonetheless, it should help the Kings that the Suns are missing Devin Booker and his 24 points a game. If you're punting, choose Sacramento -4.00 @ 1.87.

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Can the Struggling Thunder Beat This Tough Challenge?

Russell Westbrook is the eye of a storm in Oklahoma City, but the storm is not of the good sort.

Betting websites saw Thunder be fighting for the top spots of the Western Conference, given the fact they boast a starting five featuring Westbrook, Paul George and Carmelo Anthony. Anyone with a smudge of basketball know-how would have bet online for this team to dominate nine times out of ten.

However, Sam Presti’s second crack at a super team hasn’t worked out so far: the Thunder have shocked betting odds with curious losses against teams like Brooklyn and Charlotte.

Can this team turn their season around and mount a fierce resistance against the Warriors in the playoffs?

Oklahoma City Thunder @ Indiana Pacers (December 14, 8:00 GMT+8)

There’s no better place to rediscover their winning ways than in Indiana.

Victor Oladipo has re-established his position among Indiana’s basketball greats this season with his All-Star play. For the Thunder to win over their former man, Paul George must contain his successor defensively. Russell Westbrook must learn to stop himself from doing everything by his lonesome again. Carmelo Anthony must think a bit more before chucking threes.

I doubt any of these will happen in this game and these issues will cost them the game. Indiana have been impossible to beat at home. I’d advise punters to go for Indiana -2.00 @ 2.05.

LA Clippers @ Orlando Magic (December 14, 8:00 GMT+8)

There are other games to cover, and this one’s an intriguing game to catch.

The Clippers have somehow found ways to win without Blake Griffin. DeAndre Jordan, Danilo Gallinari, Austin Rivers and Milos Teodosic have strung two wins for the Clippers. However, an energetic Orlando will test the Clippers when they head to The City Beautiful.

Memphis Grizzlies @ Washington Wizards (December 14, 8:00 GMT+8)

The Grizzlies continue their downward spiral as they struggle to notch Ws without Mike Conley. Marc Gasol just isn’t his usual effective self without Conley leading along. I think they can put up a bit of a fight against the Wizards, but I’m not sure if they can complete mum Bradley Beal.

Denver Nuggets @ Boston Celtics (December 14, 8:30 GMT+8)

The Celtics will likely field Kyrie Irving for the Celtics, and the reason they’re doing so is obvious: they find it hard to win games without their star guard. However, they are hosting a struggling Denver team. Nikola Jokic and Al Horford will give the TD Garden an entertaining duel, but the C’s should easily get the W.

Portland Trail Blazers @ Miami Heat (December 14, 8:30 GMT+8)

Both of these ball clubs are getting by through different schools of basketball coaching. Portland live and die by Damian Lillard and CJ McCollum, while Erik Spoelstra has successfully established a brand of team basketball that won’t lose out to Miami’s Big Three era.

Portland are definitely struggling as of late, but Hassan Whiteside’s absence might prove too much for Miami. If I were you, I’d bet on Portland +3.00 @ 1.92.

Utah Jazz @ Chicago Bulls (December 14, 9:00 GMT+8)

These two clubs could not have a more opposite run of form these past five games.

The Bulls have turned things around, winning their past three games against strong competition. Meanwhile, the Jazz struggled against the West’s top dogs and lost their last three games. Looking at momentum alone, it would be outrageous not to place your money on Chicago +4.00 @ 1.95.

Milwaukee Bucks @ New Orleans Pelicans (December 14, 9:00 GMT+8)

This is an interesting match to see. Are we going to see Giannis Antetokounmpo carry his team past the Pelicans? Or will Rajon Rondo sprinkle some of his magic dust and put a notch on their loss column? All I’m sure of is that this will be a great game to catch.

Toronto Raptors @ Phoenix Suns (December 14, 10:00 GMT+8)

To be honest, it would take a miracle for the suns to beat the Toronto Raptors. If they cannot beat the Wizards at home, how could they even hope to fend off the Raptors? It’s really not hard to write off the Suns this season.

Charlotte Hornets @ Houston Rockets (December 14, 10:30 GMT+8)

I really like how Dwight Howard has made himself at home in Charlotte. However, I don’t see him beating his former team in Houston. The Rockets have the better star and the better team. Moreover, they have the best record in the league. There’s no reason to bet other than Houston -12.50 @ 1.97.

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It Was a Great Time for Sports Betting Fans

Today’s NBA games had a little bit of everything for live betting fans. There was action, tough contests and great basketball for all.

The games played might have been an Eastern Conference special, but all were high-scoring games that excited many punters. These results add to the hype surrounding the Christmas games next week.

Sacramento Kings 93-108 Toronto Raptors

This game didn’t defy the betting odds despite the Kings’ resistance for most of the game.

Credit should be given to George Hill, Garrett Temple and Bogdan Bogdanovic for doing everything they can to keep up with the Toronto Raptors. However, it’s really hard to play good ball when there’s no established closer ready to take on the scoring burden late.

That’s exactly what Toronto had in spades as DeMar DeRozan finished the night with 21 points despite a poor shooting night.

Orlando Magic 110-114 Detroit Pistons

The Detroit machine is still running smoothly after they took down the Orlando Magic.

The Magic were down by as much as 20 points despite strong outings from Jonathon Simmons, Mario Hezonja and Nikola Vucevic. They were able to mount a comeback in the fourth frame, but the Pistons’ first five did enough scoring to put the game away.

Indiana Pacers 109-97 Brooklyn Nets

Brooklyn continue to struggle without their backcourt duo of Jeremy Lin and D’Angelo Russell, and the Indiana Pacers made the most of it. Victor Oladipo had the court all to himself as he ended the night with an impressive stat line of 26 points, 7 rebounds and a steal. Myles Turner also impressed with his 16-6 night.

Cleveland Cavaliers 106-99 Washington Wizards

This game was a thrilling watch for many NBA fans.

The Capitol One Arena was given a fantastic show as John Wall and Bradley Beal exchanged blows with LeBron James. Washington’s wonder duo did everything they could, combining for 42 points, 15 rebounds and 11 assists.

However, the King could not be denied. In 41 minutes of action, Cleveland’s son scored 20 points, snagged 12 rebounds and made 15 dishes to team-mates. Kevin Love and Jeff Green also chipped in to seal the win for the Wine and Gold.

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Action, Drama and Online Betting Fun Await in the Big NBA!

Tuesday's NBA won't be like any other day as a series of intra-conference matchups are expected to set the league on fire.

Out East, leaders Boston visit Indiana while the soaring Bulls host the Sixers in what should be a thrilling live betting affair. Portland and Minny, on the other hand, fight it out in the West for the fourth and fifth place while Oklahoma play Denver with hopes of gaining some stability.

It will also be a day to remember for Los Angeles as the Lakers are scheduled to retire Kobe Bryant's jerseys at halftime of their battle against online betting favourites Golden State Warriors.

New York Knicks @ Charlotte Hornets (December 19, 08:00 GMT+8)

New York have won four in a row, though three of those came at home and the other at Brooklyn. Their poor away form will be tested in Charlotte especially with Kristaps Porzingis uncertain to suit up, but they still have some edge with the Hornets losing three straight and struggling offensively.

Boston Celtics @ Indiana Pacers (December 19, 08:00 GMT+8)

Although this one is an intriguing fight to watch, Indiana have a slight disadvantage as they are playing their second of a back-to-back. It won't also help the Pacers that they lost two consecutive home games and are facing the Celtics who continue to boast the league's stingiest defence. With that in mind, picking Boston -3.00 @ 2.00 is the logical choice.

Miami Heat @ Atlanta Hawks (December 19, 08:30 GMT+8)

The Hawks are the worst team in the NBA for a reason, so the Heat shouldn't have a hard time beating them even on their turf. Josh Richardson has been on a tear for Miami in their last two games—dropping 28 points against the Clips—and will likely thrive once again when they visit Atlanta. Go for the Heat -2.50 @ 2.00.

Philadelphia 76ers @ Chicago Bulls (December 19, 09:00 GMT+8)

Sure enough, Chicago are high in confidence after making history as the first team to record five straight wins after a losing skid of 10 or more. However, it's doubtful they can keep up that pace and productivity, especially when they host Joel Embiid and the Sixers looking to get back into the East playoff race. This match could end up close, but the Sixers have more weapons in their arsenal to get the W.

Utah Jazz @ Houston Rockets (December 19, 09:00 GMT+8)

With Rudy Gobert out for a month and Derrick Favors still questionable, the Jazz have little chance to take down the Rockets. Not that they have a huge opportunity to start with as James Harden make his case as NBA MVP while Houston soar and dominate the league.

Portland Trail Blazers @ Minnesota Timberwolves (December 19, 09:00 GMT+8)

Two of the West's top five teams meet in what should be an action-packed encounter. Minnesota, nonetheless, have a good shot at taking the W against the Blazers who have been showing plenty of holes on their defence in recent weeks.

Denver Nuggets @ Oklahoma City Thunder (December 19, 09:00 GMT+8)

Oklahoma's offensive woes continue, and it's not looking good for them after losing to New York and Charlotte last week while barely winning against Memphis. Meanwhile, the Nuggets have Nikola Jokic back and will certainly be a tough nut to crack with their balanced attack.

Phoenix Suns @ Dallas Mavericks (December 19, 09:30 GMT+8)

The main issue for the Mavs is their habit of collapsing down the stretch which has been prevalent in their past few games. The Suns, without Devin Booker, are less threatening, but they aren't without a fighting chance if they can replicate their excellent display against the Wolves. Given the handicap, Phoenix have a great chance of winning on +6.00 @ 1.99.

LA Clippers @ San Antonio Spurs (December 19, 09:30 GMT+8)

Blake Griffin's absence is a huge blow for the Clips, and it's unlikely the team will be able to end their skid when they play the Spurs. San Antonio are 14-2 at home and are boosted by the return of Kawhi Leonard despite his minute restrictions. If you're punting, pick the Spurs -11.00 @ 1.86.

Golden State Warriors @ Los Angeles Lakers (December 19, 11:30 GMT+8)

The Purple and Gold gave the Dubs a good run for their money the last time they met, and they will be more motivated in a night that they will retire the jerseys of one of the greatest players to ever don the Lakers uniform. Golden State also won't be with Steph Curry and Draymond Green, giving the Tinseltown side all the opportunity to cap the night with a victory.

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It’s the Battle of the Lovable Underdogs!

There are a lot of great NBA games to be played tomorrow, so live betting fans have a plethora of options if they want to bet online.

However, the biggest match among tomorrow’s games is between two of the NBA’s weakest. Don’t believe me? Let me walk you through all of these matches to help you understand.

Toronto Raptors @ Charlotte Hornets (December 21, 8:00 GMT+8)

The Raptors are this match’s favourites among betting websites. While Kemba Walker and Dwight Howard are playing terrific basketball, the team has only won two of their last three games. Meanwhile, Toronto only lost a narrow game to the Clippers. Betting for Toronto’s -2.00 Asian Handicap for 2.00 is a steal.

Indiana Pacers @ Atlanta Hawks (December 21, 8:30 GMT+8)

Indiana’s last-second loss to the Boston Celtics was a heartbreaker for Victor Oladipo and friends. However, they will look to move on from the loss and hound the Hawks for the win that should have been theirs. You should have no problem choosing the Pacers -4.50 @ 1.98.

Boston Celtics @ Miami Heat (December 21, 8:30 GMT+8)

The Celtics were lucky that Terry Rozier managed to snag a steal and dunk his way to another W. They should avoid such collapses if they want to become the most dominant force in the East. However, I don’t think they’ll have any problems facing a Miami team that is lacking both Hassan Whiteside and Goran Dragic. Boston -8.50 rewards players with 2.04 odds.

Sacramento Kings @ Brooklyn Nets (December 21, 8:30 GMT+8)

Both squads are struggling for form, but I don’t think Brooklyn will drop against Sac-Town on their own floor. The Kings are still the Kings, and there is no reason for them to falter. The Kings are too weak to be even considered strong in this contest.

Orlando Magic @ Chicago Bulls (December 21, 9:00 GMT+8)

In my humble opinion, these two teams make interesting television for the neutral NBA fan. Both teams have losing records but have exciting players donning their jerseys. Aaron Gordon has been phenomenal for Orlando but unfortunately is out for this game. Nikola Mirotic, Bobby Portis and Kris Dunn made big contributions to Chicago’s win streak.

I don’t see a depleted Magic squad win over the rampaging Bulls, so your money should be placed on Chicago -5.50 @ 2.02.

Los Angeles Lakers @ Houston Rockets (December 21, 9:00 GMT+8)

The Lakers played fantastically against the Warriors, but they won’t have Kobe watching when they face the Rockets. The young Purple and Gold core must find the drive within them to bring the fight to Houston. However, they will have a big problem with James Harden and Chris Paul. Fans shouldn’t hesitate to bet big on Houston -14.50 @ 2.04.

Utah Jazz @ Oklahoma City Thunder (December 21, 9:00 GMT+8)

The Thunder are barely keeping their .500 win percentage thanks to unnecessarily close wins against Indiana, Philadelphia and Denver. They have a chance at a positive win-loss differential when they face the Jazz, a battered team playing without Rudy Gobert.

Detroit Pistons @ Dallas Mavericks (December 21, 9:30 GMT+8)

I love Dirk Nowitzki and everything he’s done to shape the league into what it is today. I’d want to say that he’d be fading away one-footed over the Detroit Pistons to victory, but that won’t likely happen. We can only hope that Dennis Smith Jr. plays well.

Minnesota Timberwolves @ Denver Nuggets (December 21, 10:00 GMT+8)

This is a hard game to call. Both of these teams have outstanding players that struggle to find consistency in every game. Their last five games have been alternating between wins and defeats. However, Paul Millsap’s absence for the Nuggets will most likely bring the W for the Wolves. Minnesota +2.00 @ 1.95 is an attractive betting option.

San Antonio Spurs @ Portland Trail Blazers (December 21, 11:00 GMT+8)

The Spurs are picking up steam as they are slowly reintegrating Kawhi Leonard back to their lineup. Meanwhile, Portland took a hit after their close battle with Minnesota. The Klaw might not play in this game, but LaMarcus Aldridge’s dominance should pull the Spurs through. San Antonio’s Draw No Bet handicap rewards daring punters with 2.05.

Memphis Grizzlies @ Golden State Warriors (December 21, 11:30 GMT+8)

Draymond Green and Steph Curry will have no concerns sitting out their upcoming tilt against the Grizzlies. The visitors are likely headed towards rebuilding and are hurting their chances of getting a high draft pick by keeping Marc Gasol under contract.

Phoenix Suns @ Los Angeles Clippers (December 21, 11:30 GMT+8)

I pity the Clipper side of Los Angeles. Blake Griffin is out with an MCL, Danilo Gallinari hurt his backside, and the team is on a three-game losing streak. The Suns have an actual chance of winning in LA if they play their cards right.

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The NBA Gave Sports Betting Fans a Great Swish-mas

Every good live betting fan knew that the NBA can provide quality games to make their Christmas extra special, and that’s what the league did.

This year’s Christmas games not only featured the usual suspects, they also shone the spotlight on what could be the future face of the league when the current crop of stars decide to hang it up in the future. It’s a jolly time for every NBA fan!

Philadelphia 76ers 105-98 New York Knicks

These two teams should become the future favourites of betting websites. They feature outstanding big men surrounded by energetic youth and hustle. Both teams are still projects to be worked on, but the game they played was a delight.

Joel Embiid went home the happier big as he played a double-double night to get the Sixers through. While Enes Kanter and Courtney Lee were a great help to Kristaps Porzingis, the rest of the Knickerbockers weren’t able to answer to the Sixers bench.

Cleveland Cavaliers 92-99 Golden State Warriors

The first game of the season between these two rivals was as eventful as many hoped.

LeBron James had a rather quiet night compared to his usual efforts, but a stat line of 20 points, 6 rebounds and 6 assists is still noteworthy. Kevin Love led the visitors in points (31) and rebounds (18), and Dwyane Wade led off the bench with his 13 points.

However, Kevin Durant, Klay Thompson and Draymond Green had outstanding outings to help the Warriors lead from the third quarter and run away with a rather slim lead. It will be interesting to see how these two teams fight with a full roster.

Washington Wizards 111-103 Boston Celtics

The TD Garden was treated to a spectacular showdown between two of the league’s best point guards. Kyrie Irving finished with 20 points on 44% shooting and got some help from Jayson Tatum. However, Washington proved too much for the C’s as the visiting starters had their hands all over the ball. They imposed their will offensively and defensively to secure the W.

Houston Rockets 107-112 Oklahoma City Thunder

Christmas was wonderful for the Thunder as they outgunned a strong Rockets team for the home victory.

There were stretched when James Harden and Eric Gordon proved too much for the Thunder’s second unit, but OKC’s three stars pulled together for the win. Russell Westbrook, Paul George and Carmelo Anthony combined for 75 of OKC’s 112 points to help keep Houston away. Steven Adams pitched in with his 15 points and 10 rebounds.

Minnesota Timberwolves 121-104 Los Angeles Lakers

The future looks bright in Hollywood, but the Purple and Gold stood no chance against the Timberwolves without Brandon Ingram. Jimmy Butler and Karl-Anthony Towns went to town on a Lakers side that could only count on Kyle Kuzma for production.

At least the fans got to see local favourite Alex Caruso in action.

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The NBA is a Great Gift to Sports Betting Fans

Tomorrow is a great time to catch exciting basketball!

Many of the teams that played in the league’s Christmas Day games will be playing tomorrow, so you can be sure that betting odds will be interesting for the games they will be playing in.

If you’re looking for something different, there are games that can give you interesting betting choices.

Boston Celtics @ Charlotte Hornets (December 28, 8:00 GMT+8)

Live betting fans were slightly surprised when they saw the Celtics stumble to the Washington Wizards. The Washington defence did an impressive job in hindering Kyrie Irving from doing whatever he wants on the floor.

The Hornets could try to repeat that tactic, and they might have a shot. However, if Jaylen Brown manages to return in time, Charlotte will be in for a rough night. Personally, I think the C’s should win easily. There’s no reason to doubt Celtics’ handicap odds of -1.50 @ 1.97.

Dallas Mavericks @ Indiana Pacers (December 28, 8:00 GMT+8)

The Mavericks pulled off an impressive win against the Raptors at the American Airlines Arena, but I don’t think they can replicate that feat when they visit the Pacers. Not only do they struggle to score outside of their home, they also have to contend with a Victor Oladipo who is playing out his skin this season. Indiana -6.00 @ 2.03 is the way to go here.

Washington Wizards @ Atlanta Hawks (December 28, 8:30 GMT+8)

John Wall and Bradley Beal reminded the league that Washington still has one of the most dynamic duos in the league at the moment. They should have no problem dealing with an Atlanta side that barely won over the Mavs in their own backyard. Go for Washington -6.00 @ 1.87.

New York Knicks @ Chicago Bulls (December 28, 9:00 GMT+8)

The Knicks did lose to the Philadelphia 76ers on Christmas Day, but the team did show spirit against a more talented squad. If they keep the Christmas energy they showed last time out, they should be able to impose their will against a Bulls side that found their mojo.

I think the Knickerbockers will be able to barely get through, so put your money on New York +1.50 @ 1.94.

Denver Nuggets @ Minnesota Timberwolves (December 28, 9:00 GMT+8)

It seems that the Timberwolves have finally figured out how to win consistent basketball and are now on a nice winning streak. They beat the Nuggets five days before Christmas, so the Wolves should have an easier time cruising past Nikola Jokic and company.

Brooklyn Nets @ New Orleans Pelicans (December 28, 9:00 GMT+8)

Kenny Atkinson is doing well in Brooklyn, considering that the Nets have their two best players benched. His coaching mettle will be tested again when his Nets head to the Big Easy and duke it out with New Orleans’ two bigs.

Toronto Raptors @ Oklahoma City Thunder (December 28, 9:00 GMT+8)

The Thunder find themselves firing on all cylinders. They have a winning streak on the back of uncomfortable wins and giant blowouts. However, they are slated to square off against a strong side in the Raptors. If they manage to keep their composure here and have all key players producing, they should be able to win here.

I see this as a tight contest, and consistency against strong competition is still a huge question mark with this Thunder squad. I suggest you put your cash on Toronto +3.50 @ 1.96.

Cleveland Cavaliers @ Sacramento Kings (December 28, 11:00 GMT+8)

The King is probably fuming after the frustrating turn of events that saw the Cavs lose to the Golden State Warriors. He and his squad should be locked in and rip their way through Sacramento for an easy win.

Utah Jazz @ Golden State Warriors (December 28, 11:30 GMT+8)

The Dubs may have gotten away with a few non-calls in the dying moments of their Christmas game, but it doesn’t take away from the fact that they outplayed their opposition where it matters most. They should continue to win big as they host a struggling Jazz side.

Memphis Grizzlies @ Los Angeles Lakers (December 28, 11:30 GMT+8)

The Grizzlies have a recent knack of letting weaker teams get wins at their expense, and we should not be surprised if this happens in Los Angeles. They should have their full veteran squad ready to play, but I’m not sure if they can keep up with the young legs running the show in Hollywood.

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Expect the Best Basketball From These Big Boys

The NBA is still a guard’s league, but the big men are slowly swaying casual fans and betting websites to look their way.

Tomorrow’s games feature three of the future pillars of the league that will carry the brand to greater heights. These young bigs already alter betting odds whenever they are on form, so we can already expect great things from them when the ball is tossed to the air.

Detroit Pistons @ Orlando Magic (December 29, 8:00 GMT+8)

The Pistons are playing some fantastic basketball to the live betting faithful’s delight. They easily beat playoff contenders Indiana twice over their last five games. While they will be playing without Reggie Jackson, Motor City should have no problems dealing with an injury-depleted Orlando team.

Houston Rockets @ Boston Celtics (December 29, 9:00 GMT+8)

The Rockets are in a worrying losing streak despite James Harden’s best efforts. Their schedule does not get any easier as they set to face the Boston Celtics at the TD Garden. Fortunately for them, Kyrie Irving’s team is also suffering from a bit of bad form themselves. Fans will likely see a lively showdown between two of the league’s craftiest scorers.

Minnesota Timberwolves @ Milwaukee Bucks (December 29, 9:00 GMT+8)

Karl-Anthony Towns and the Timberwolves are enjoying a hot streak of wins and are comfortably sitting at fourth in the West. Meanwhile, Giannis Antetokounmpo continues to struggle to lift Milwaukee off the ground. KAT and the Wolves should have a field day at the Bradley Center.

New York Knicks @ San Antonio Spurs (December 29, 9:30 GMT+8)

The Knicks may be losing their past couple of games, but Kristaps Porzingis made it a point to not simply roll over and allow their opponents to walk all over them. While the Spurs will likely win against them, the Knickerbockers should be able to put up a good fight. Punters should not hesitate to choose New York +11.50 @ 2.04.

Philadelphia 76ers @ Portland Trail Blazers (December 29, 11:30 GMT+8)

Portland need to have Damian Lillard back to full fitness for their upcoming match against the Sixers because this young team will surely cause problems. Joel Embiid and Ben Simmons together is a defensive nightmare for any coach, so they will need his scoring to nullify any impact their offence will bring.

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Houston, We Have a Problem: Sports Betting Chaos in the NBA!

The Houston Rockets are under intense scrutiny among the NBA’s online betting community.

The James Harden-led outfit is now faced with a worrying losing streak after making such a hot start to the season. Losses to the Lakers, Clippers, Thunder and Celtics show worrying signs of Houston’s condition.

There are other games worthy of your free bets, but it’s hard not to talk about the losing streak.

Houston Rockets @ Washington Wizards (December 30, 8:00 GMT+8)

Houston horribly lost all of their last four games, but it is important to note that three of them were without Chris Paul. While this will change once Paul returns to the rotation, this streak should be a concern for Mike D’Antoni.

James Harden is doing everything he can, but basketball is a team sport. They need to find ways to become productive without Paul, or teams with stacked backcourts like the Wizards will steal the game from under their noses.

Atlanta Hawks @ Toronto Raptors (December 30, 8:30 GMT+8)

The Raptors are quietly stacking wins one after another and should be favourites to win here despite their recent losses. Atlanta are on a win streak but will have to be extra vigilant in defence against Toronto’s all-new passing game.

I think the hosts should easily win this, so there’s no reason to go for Toronto -11.00 @ 1.98.

Brooklyn Nets @ Miami Heat (December 30, 9:00 GMT+8)

The Nets just play terrible basketball whenever they are on the road. Meanwhile, the Heat got a confidence-boosting win after hosting intra-state rivals Orlando the other night. Miami -6.50 @ 1.97 is a no-brainer.

Indiana Pacers @ Chicago Bulls (December 30, 9:00 GMT+8)

The Bulls look to be back on track after the reconciliation of Bobby Portis and Nikola Mirotic, winning games against New York and Milwaukee. They should have a fighting chance against Indiana, but Victor Oladipo will surely put up a fight.

I think the United Center will do the Bulls a lot of favours, so Chicago -3.00 @ 1.95 is not a bad pick.

Dallas Mavericks @ New Orleans Pelicans (December 30, 9:00 GMT+8)

The Mavericks pulled off unbelievable wins against Indiana and Toronto thanks to the heavy contribution from the bench. However, Dallas are outclassed by the Pelicans when it comes to player quality: DeMarcus Cousins and Anthony Davis are playing unbelievable basketball while Rajon Rondo is showing off his dusty passing chops once again.

New Orleans -7.00 @ 1.96 is pretty hard to ignore.

Milwaukee Bucks @ Oklahoma City Thunder (December 30, 9:00 GMT+8)

This game will be an explosive one as both teams feature mould-breaking stars that can bend the flow of the game to their will. Giannis should be able to mount a fierce resistance, but Oklahoma’s hot streak won’t end anytime soon. Don’t bother betting on anything other than Oklahoma City -9.00 @ 2.01.

Phoenix Suns @ Sacramento Kings (December 30, 11:00 GMT+8)

Both clubs are playing surprisingly good basketball contrary to preseason predictions. While they are both subpar squads, the Suns stand out when they are put together. They have an established scorer in Devin Booker and should have no difficulty outscoring the Kings. Place your money on Phoenix +2.50 @ 1.95.

Charlotte Hornets @ Golden State Warriors (December 30, 11:30 GMT+8)

The Hornets are a terrible team on the road, while the Dubs are dominant. I think they can even play against the Monstars and still win by 20. I don’t think I have to even convince you any further to place your bets on Golden State’s -11.50 Asian Handicap for 2.06, right?

LA Clippers @ Los Angeles Lakers (December 30, 11:30 GMT+8)

The Clippers are doing fantastically well despite having Blake Griffin on the sideline. Meanwhile, the Lakers continue to struggle after the miracle win they pulled off in Houston. I think the Lakers faithful would have to wait a bit before everything goes back to normal for them.

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It’s Always Great to Watch Overtimes in the NBA!

After watching the Lakers and Rockets play a double-overtime yesterday, sports betting fans were treated to another live betting drama as two of the four games today also went to extra period.

Despite some valiant efforts from the underdogs, however, the online betting favourites still came out on top, with Toronto even witnessing history as DeMar DeRozan scored the most points in franchise history.

Orlando Magic 95-98 Brooklyn Nets

Brooklyn's 2018 is off to a good start after edging Orlando at home.

Although Orlando's Elfrid Payton managed to tie the game at 95-all with under a minute left on the clock, it was the Nets who came out victorious after they took the lead with free throws. Evan Fournier and D.J. Augustin had a chance to equalise for the Magic again, but both missed their three-pointers.

Jarrett Allen scored 16 off the bench to lead Brooklyn, while Aaron Gordon and Bismack Biyombo bagged double-doubles in points and rebounds in a losing effort for the visitors.

Milwaukee Bucks 127-131 Toronto Raptors

DeMar DeRozan tallied 52 points, eight assists and five rebounds to power the Raptors past Milwaukee, who had Eric Bledsoe and Giannis Antetokounmpo combining for 55 markers.

The game went into overtime as Milwaukee ran riot in the fourth quarter. However, DeRozan was just too hot to handle as he scored eight of Toronto's 17 points in extended time to pace them to victory.

DeRozan's backcourt running mate Kyle Lowry chipped in 26 to help counter a Bucks team that had six players reaching double-digit marks.

Portland Trail Blazers 124-120 Chicago Bulls

Chicago were ahead by the end of the third quarter, but they failed to hold on to their lead as Portland fought back mightily behind CJ McCollum's 32 points.

McCollum sent the game to overtime with a floating jumper in the final minute of play before piling more misery on the rising Bulls. The 26-year-old star guard then scored six of the Blazers' 12 points in extra period to upset the Windy City fans.

Big games from Evan Turner and Al-Farouq Aminu also helped Portland in the absence of the injured Damian Lillard.

Los Angeles Lakers 96-114 Minnesota Timberwolves

This match was already decided by the end of the third quarter, with the Wolves ahead by 15 entering the final frame.

Los Angeles clearly missed Lonzo Ball as their offence and ball movement remained stagnant, dishing only 18 assists throughout 48 minutes.

Minnesota took advantage of that and pulled away early. Jimmy Butler led the Wolves with 28 points while Andrew Wiggins scored 21 and corralled nine boards.

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It Will Be a Big Return for the Smallest Man on Court!

The live betting faithful of the Cleveland Cavaliers are about to get a big boon tomorrow.

Isaiah Thomas, the star point guard they acquired from the Kyrie Irving trade, is set to make his season debut with the Cavaliers. Betting odds are surely going to improve for the Cavs as they now have a full squad ready to play ball.

While there are other games being played tomorrow, I’m pretty sure that all eyes (and free bets) are headed to the Cavaliers-Trail Blazers game.

Portland Trail Blazers @ Cleveland Cavaliers (January 3, 8:00 GMT +8)

Thomas will be coming in at a great time for the Cavs. LeBron James’ outfit has struggled to find wins since losing to the Warriors on Christmas, so the injection of a supreme scorer in IT should make things a bit easier. Damian Lillard and CJ McCollum should make things interesting, but the Cavs would likely win at home.

San Antonio Spurs @ New York Knicks (January 3, 8:30 GMT +8)

The Knicks pulled off an impressive win against New Orleans. However, the Spurs gave them a beatdown during their previous game in San Antonio. There should be no chance for New York to squander the Spurs, especially if Kawhi Leonard suits up. Punters should go ahead with Spurs -4.50 @ 1.97.

Atlanta Hawks @ Phoenix Suns (January 3, 10:00 GMT +8)

Both sides are pretty much even when it comes to recent form and win streaks. Their scoring is also pretty even, with multiple players contributing on both sides. However, Atlanta are just terrible outside of their home state and will likely struggle against the young Suns. There’s no reason not to go for Phoenix -2.00 @ 2.03.

Charlotte Hornets @ Sacramento Kings (January 3, 11:00 GMT +8)

Sacramento struggle wherever they play. Not even the city’s cowbells can help the Kings at this point. They need to play great basketball or they’ll see themselves as the league’s whipping boys. Punters should just stick with Charlotte -4.50 @ 2.05 to ensure big winnings. Betting on Sacramento isn’t worth it.

Memphis Grizzlies @ Los Angeles Clippers (January 3, 11:30 GMT +8)

Memphis eked out a close win over the Clippers, and Tyreke Evans was the biggest hero for them that game. However, the second Los Angeles team won all of their games since then. They will be a formidable game at home, and I don’t think Memphis can force a close win here. I’d recommend that you choose Clippers -5.50 @ 2.06.

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Now That’s How You Make a Big Comeback!

Isaiah Thomas hadn't touched an NBA court for seven months, but it seemed like he never really missed time as he made his Cleveland debut.

Sports betting experts and online gambling fans certainly have a lot to look forward to from here on out, with the Cavaliers back to full strength and look set to turn the betting odds upside down.

Portland Trail Blazers 110-127 Cleveland Cavaliers

IT had a smashing debut for the Cavs despite playing in limited minutes. He showcased the offensive power Cleveland hoped for when they acquired him, scoring 17 points in 19 minutes to help the Wine and Gold blow out the Blazers at Quicken Loans Arena.

LeBron James and Kevin Love, meanwhile, combined for 43 points to counter big performances from the Portland trio of Damian Lillard, CJ McCollum and Jusuf Nurkic.

San Antonio Spurs 100-91 New York Knicks

While Thomas grabbed the attention of the basketball community, there's also another player who made his return known.

Kawhi Leonard debuted last month after more than six months out, but he struggled to find his footing as the team continued to manage his minutes. However, this time, Leonard was unleashed and played for 30 minutes in a gruelling period for New York.

The All-Star forward scored a season-high 25 to punish the Knicks, who had Kristaps Porzingis struggling offensively with just 13 points on 26 percent shooting.

Atlanta Hawks 103-104 Phoenix Suns

Devin Booker was the hero for the Suns once again as he bagged 34 points, including their last eight that gave them the victory.

The 21-year-old mercurial guard banked the go-ahead three with 37.3 seconds left to put Phoenix within two before scoring five more on free throws.

Dennis Schroder had 20 for the Hawks, but he could only manage to make a lay-up in the dying seconds as they suffered a narrow loss after leading by as much as 14 in the game.

Charlotte Hornets 131-111 Sacramento Kings

The writing was on the wall for the Kings at the end of the first half, with the Hornets leading by 20 points after a 40-27 second-quarter rally.

Charlotte never looked back from there and pulled away for good behind Nicolas Batum and Dwight Howard's spectacular plays. Six other players scored in double figures for the Hornets, while Zach Randolph notched 24 in a losing effort for Sacramento.

Memphis Grizzlies 105-113 LA Clippers

The Grizzlies managed to cut the Clippers' lead to just two with still two minutes left of play, but a quick five points from Blake Griffin—off a three-pointer and easy lay-up—allowed the LA team to have some breathing space in the closing stages.

Griffin finished with 21 points, though the standout performer of the match was Lou Williams (33 points) who was trouble for Memphis from the moment he left the bench.

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It’s a Fantastic Overload of Games in the NBA!

We’re just in the first week of 2018, but the NBA has already blessed sports betting fans with lots of fantastic games to follow!

Tomorrow’s games feature enough drama that makes for good live betting as well as intriguing matches that offer exciting betting odds. With 12 games to choose from, there’s enough room for you to make a splash in winnings!

Houston Rockets @ Orlando Magic (January 4, 8:00 GMT +8)

The Rockets finally snapped their losing skid thanks to an uncomfortable win against the valiant Lakers. They will be trying to spark a winning run when they visit Orlando, but they might have to do so without James Harden’s scoring. I still think Chris Paul can will a win, but Aaron Gordon should be able to keep it close.

Orlando +7.50 @ 1.92 is a good bet to make for this game.

San Antonio Spurs @ Philadelphia 76ers (January 4, 8:00 GMT +8)

LaMarcus Aldridge and Kawhi Leonard played some fantastic basketball against New York. They should be able to outplay the young guns of Philadelphia. Joel Embiid and Ben Simmons should make things interesting, but Gregg Popovich’s team is playing better basketball.

New York Knicks @ Washington Wizards (January 4, 8:00 GMT +8)

The Knicks are playing great basketball despite their losing record. However, their performances always hinge on Kristaps Porzingis’ condition. The Knicks are usually atrocious on the road, so there’s no excuse for John Wall and the Wizards to win. Punters will find big winnings in Washington -9.00 @ 2.03.

Minnesota Timberwolves @ Brooklyn Nets (January 4, 8:30 GMT +8)

The Nets struggle no matter where they play while the Timberwolves are doing just fine on the road. Brooklyn have no healthy stars to speak of while Minnesota have three big scorers at their disposal. There should be no question on how this game would end.

Detroit Pistons @ Miami Heat (January 4, 8:30 GMT +8)

Detroit enjoyed blowout victories against Orlando and San Antonio, making them a hidden gem for many veteran punters. Miami are also winning their fair share of games but are struggling to win at home. This will be a close game that could be decided on one possession. I’m picking Motor City this time, so my recommendation is +3.00 @ 1.96 for the Pistons.

Cleveland Cavaliers @ Boston Celtics (January 4, 9:00 GMT +8)

The second regular-season meeting between these two giants is still going to be with very notable absences, but fans can expect some high-octane action. LeBron and Kyrie might brush this off as another game, but fans should read between the lines and expect these two to go all out against each other.

Toronto Raptors @ Chicago Bulls (January 4, 9:00 GMT +8)

The Raptors pulled off impressive victories against Milwaukee and Atlanta and should be back in top form. Meanwhile, the Bulls lost close games against considerable competition. Fans should expect leads to change hands every now and then, but the Raptors should walk away with the W.

Betting on Toronto -5.50 @ 2.04 is a big steal in my book.

Indiana Pacers @ Milwaukee Bucks (January 4, 9:00 GMT +8)

Jason Kidd is still hesitating to let Giannis Antetokounmpo take control of games. While that has cost them a couple of victories, they have a good shot at winning against the visiting Pacers. Victor Oladipo and company have lost to opponents of varying levels over their last four outings, so there should be no problems in the Bucks taking over.

Putting your gas money on Milwaukee -8.50 @ 2.04 should net you some big winnings.

Golden State Warriors @ Dallas Mavericks (January 4, 9:30 GMT +8)

The Mavericks are on an unbelievable four-game win tear thanks to the efforts of Harrison Barnes, Dirk Nowitzki, Dennis Smith Jr. and J.J. Barea. They should pose a tough challenge to a Warriors squad that just steamrolled the Memphis Grizzlies during the comeback game of Stephen Curry.

The Dubs are the most likely winners in this contest, but I’m going to bet a limb that the Mavs would at least make it close.

Phoenix Suns @ Denver Nuggets (January 4, 10:00 GMT +8)

The Suns are slowly getting their mojo back after a string of good performances against teams from all over the league. Devin Booker will try to steal a win against the Nuggets, but I doubt Nikola Jokic and Denver would just let them prance around Mile High City.

New Orleans Pelicans @ Utah Jazz (January 4, 10:00 GMT +8)

The Pelicans should leave their inconsistency in 2017 as they play their first game of the year against the Jazz. Their losses against notoriously weak road teams in Dallas and New York are unexplainable, and better play should be expected out of DeMarcus Cousins and Anthony Davis.

With Rudy Gobert still out for Utah, there is plenty of opportunities for the Pels to impose their dominance. There should be no trouble in your mind while betting for New Orleans +1.50 @ 1.96.

Oklahoma City Thunder @ Los Angeles Lakers (January 4, 11:30 GMT +8)

The Thunder also have some explaining to do after suffering questionable defeats against the Bucks and the Mavericks. While the messy chemistry between their three stars is still a big problem for Loud City, there is no excuse for them to lose against the team chasing Paul George’s signature in the Lakers.

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It’s a Thundering Golden Time for Sports Betting Fans

Today was a slow day for many of the NBA’s faithful. Only four teams played ball, so there was very little basketball to go over.

However, the four teams that played today are some of the best teams in the Western Conference. Betting odds were surely intriguing for these two games, and the stars certainly didn’t disappoint the bookies and fans!

Golden State Warriors 124-114 Houston Rockets

No live betting pundit in their right mind would have ever doubted the Golden State Warriors winning away against the Houston Rockets. They have a full-health squad ready to play, and Houston understood that it would be a tall order to beat them without James Harden.

The home fans were surely delighted by the quality exhibited by Eric Gordon and Chris Paul. The duo, both being former Clippers, did a lot of the heavy lifting in terms of points. Gerald Green also pitched in from the bench.

However, Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson made sure that the Rockets were nowhere to be seen when it mattered most. Their combined efforts of 57 points did enough to seal the game for the Dubs.

Oklahoma City Thunder 127-117 Los Angeles Clippers

This game was a tale of two halves.

Blake Griffin and DeAndre Jordan were simply unstoppable during the first half of the contest. Alongside Lou Williams, the Clippers did everything they wanted and built a sizeable lead at halftime.

However, the Thunder managed to sort it out in the locker room and exploded for a high-scoring second half that left the Clippers in the dust. Paul George’s 31 points are the talk of the town, but the contributions of Carmelo Anthony and Russell Westbrook were also instrumental in putting the Clippers away.

Loud City should demand more of these kinds of games from their stars if they want to make a deep cut into the hearts of the Warriors come playoff season.

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These 30-Win Teams Delight Sports Betting Fans

I think we can all agree that NBA’s online betting fans love winners. Not only do they provide intriguing Asian Handicap betting odds, they are also fun to watch.

Tomorrow promises a boatload of basketball action as eight games will be played all over the league. However, eyes will be fixed on the two ball clubs that are standing atop their respective conferences.

Golden State Warriors @ LA Clippers (January 7, 4:30 GMT +8)

The first game is extra early, but I reckon it’s worth the early rise.

The Golden State Warriors may play without Kevin Durant when they play the Clippers at the Staples Center, but they are still are the most dangerous team in the league with Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson ready to shoot long-range bombs. While the Clippers are in great form, their loss to OKC shows that they are far from unbeatable.

Boston Celtics @ Brooklyn Nets (January 7, 7:00 GMT +8)

Kyrie Irving is an unstoppable force of nature, and his outstanding play has him at the top of initial All-Star voting returns. It will still take a while for D’Angelo Russell to return to Brooklyn, so it’s easy to list this off as a Celtic win.

Houston Rockets @ Detroit Pistons (January 7, 8:00 GMT +8)

Houston will still likely be without James Harden for their road trip to Motor City, but Eric Gordon and Chris Paul can definitely handle the fort in his absence. Meanwhile, Tobias Harris and Avery Bradley need to do some heavy lifting if they want a fantastic home victory in front of their fans.

Chicago Bulls @ Indiana Pacers (January 7, 8:00 GMT +8)

Indiana are struggling to get things done despite the outrageous efforts of Victor Oladipo at home. Meanwhile, Chicago are playing some great basketball against the league’s better squads. The Bulls are obvious favourites here to win away.

Cleveland Cavaliers @ Orlando Magic (January 7, 8:00 GMT +8)

The Magic are riddled with injuries and cannot field their full-strength rotations. Meanwhile, LeBron James will be raring to get back on the win column after an embarrassing defeat to Kyrie’s Celtics. I would honestly be confused if the Magic make the Cavaliers Houdini this game. Punters should bet on Cleveland -9.00 @ 1.86.

Milwaukee Bucks @ Washington Wizards (January 7, 9:00 GMT +8)

Giannis Antetokounmpo is leading the Eastern Conference All-Star vote tally thanks to his outstanding play for the Bucks. However, a one-man show cannot simply do it all in today’s NBA. John Wall and Bradley Beal will definitely make life difficult for the Greek Freak and his dear friends.

New Orleans Pelicans @ Minnesota Timberwolves (January 7, 10:00 GMT +8)

Both DeMarcus Cousins and Anthony Davis are heavily favoured to start in the All-Star Game despite the Pels’ mediocre record. They will surely make life tough for Karl-Anthony Towns and the Timberwolves as they try to spark a winning run.

 The Wolves still have Jimmy Butler and Andrew Wiggins on their payroll, so this game could go down the wire. I suggest going for New Orleans +2.00 @ 1.90.

Denver Nuggets @ Sacramento Kings (January 7, 11:00 GMT +8)

The Nuggets are building a nice winning streak against their Western Conference rivals and should have an easier time winning against the struggling Kings.

To be honest, I’m running out of words to describe just how horrible the Kings have been in their rebuilding process. I just hope they finally reach the end of the tunnel in this arduous process of theirs.

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The NBA Never Really Fails to Surprise!

We've got some live betting stunners in today's action-packed NBA day as Miami, Phoenix and Portland all grabbed wins to delight their home fans and online gambling supporters.

The Suns upset the betting odds with a dominating victory over the Thunder, while both the Heat and Blazers escaped with a one-point lead thanks to some last-gasp game-winners.

Utah Jazz 102-103 Miami Heat

Josh Richardson was in the spotlight for the Heat once again, scoring 14 points including the game-winning layup with 5.1 seconds left on the clock.

It was a close fight throughout, but Utah came up just short despite a big 27-point performance from rookie sensation Donovan Mitchell. Meanwhile, six players scored in double digits for Miami, led by Goran Dragic who had 16 markers and six dimes.

New York Knicks 100-96 Dallas Mavericks

Despite trailing by as much as 13 points, the Mavs fought valiantly behind Harrison Barnes. However, they registered just one basket in the final minute of play as the Knicks took advantage and pulled away for good.

Kristaps Porzingis showed why he is the next European star after Dirk Nowitzki, tallying 29 points and corralling eight boards to pace the Knicks to victory.

Oklahoma City Thunder 100-114 Phoenix Suns

Although Russell Westbrook bagged another triple-double, his efforts weren't enough against a Phoenix side that had Devin Booker, TJ Warren and Dragan Bender scoring 20-plus points.

It also helped the Suns that they were able to hit their 3s, finishing 17 of 39 from beyond the arc as compared to the Thunder who made just eight out of their 27 attempts.

San Antonio Spurs 110-111 Portland Trail Blazers

It was a see-saw affair in the closing stages of the San Antonio–Portland matchup; and in the end, it was the Blazers who came out on top after CJ McCollum banked the winning floater with 5.9 seconds left.

LaMarcus Aldridge tried to save the Spurs against his former team, but he missed the jumper that could have put them back in front in the dying seconds. The 32-year-old forward finished with 30 points and 14 rebounds for the visitors, while McCollum led the home team with an all-around effort of 25 points, seven assists and five boards.

Atlanta Hawks 113-132 Los Angeles Lakers

Los Angeles snapped their nine-game skid at the expense of lowly Atlanta, who never had a chance after trailing by 18 at halftime.

The Purple and Gold had everything going in their favour and finished on 55.8 percent shooting. They also dominated the rebounding and assist departments to pile more misery on the Hawks.

Brandon Ingram displayed some great plays on his way to 20 points. Lakers rookie Lonzo Ball, on the other hand, was the usual impactful player he is with his double-double of 13 points and 10 rebounds (along with six assists).

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The All-Stars are Here to Impress!

As the NBA All-Star voting continues, the league's top players and All-Star hopefuls will look to showcase everything in their arsenal in hopes of convincing sports betting experts and live betting fans why they deserve a spot in the annual festivities.

Giannis Antetokounmpo, DeMar DeRozan, Anthony Davis and Chris Paul are among the leaders in their respective conferences, but they still have a lot of work to do to keep the betting odds swinging in their favour.

Milwaukee Bucks @ Indiana Pacers (January 9, 08:00 GMT+8)

Victor Oladipo was out for Indiana when they met Milwaukee last week, so his presence this time will surely help improve things for the home team. Giannis Antetokounmpo, however, remains a huge threat for them, especially with the Greek Freak high in confidence after leading the All-Star voting first returns.

Although this one should be a lot closer than their previous fight, choosing the Bucks on +1.00 @ 2.02 is a tempting bet to make.

Toronto Raptors @ Brooklyn Nets (January 9, 08:30 GMT+8)

Brooklyn are a pretty decent team at home, but their defence continues to be a liability as they try to climb up in the East. That should be an even bigger problem when they host the Raptors who boast one of the best offences in the league behind the backcourt duo of DeMar DeRozan and Kyle Lowry. If you're punting, Toronto -7.50 @ 1.98 seems a good choice.

Houston Rockets @ Chicago Bulls (January 9, 09:00 GMT+8)

With James Harden still out, the Rockets need Chris Paul to do more heavy lifting than usual to bring them back to the win column. Fortunately, they'll be facing a Bulls squad that fell back to earth after losing four of their last five outings. Go for Houston -5.50 @ 2.03.

Cleveland Cavaliers @ Minnesota Timberwolves (January 9, 09:00 GMT+8)

Coach Tom Thibodeau and Jimmy Butler know how to defeat LeBron James, unarguably the best player on the planet. The question is: do the Wolves have enough to take down the King's Cavaliers?

The full-strength Cleveland look ready to take over the East again, while Minnesota continue to have an up-and-down stretch. With that in mind, picking the Cavs -1.50 @ 1.96 is the best move to take.

Detroit Pistons @ New Orleans Pelicans (January 9, 09:00 GMT+8)

Playing their second game in three days without Reggie Jackson will be difficult for the Pistons. It shouldn't also help that they'll be facing the Pelicans—and their twin towers of Anthony Davis and DeMarcus Cousins—with starting centre Andre Drummond still a doubt after picking up a rib injury.

San Antonio Spurs @ Sacramento Kings (January 9, 11:00 GMT+8)

The Spurs have had some ugly losses in recent weeks, so it won't be surprising for the Kings to pull off an upset. Not to mention that San Antonio will likely be without Kawhi Leonard as they play the second of a back-to-back against a well-rested Sacramento outfit.

Denver Nuggets @ Golden State Warriors (January 9, 11:30 GMT+8)

Two top-10 offences meet in what should be an exciting affair at the Oracle Arena. Denver, however, are expected to give the Dubs a hard time, with the likes of Steph Curry, Draymond Green and Kevin Durant still uncertain to play due to injuries.

Atlanta Hawks @ LA Clippers (January 9, 11:30 GMT+8)

The Clips have already lost two in a row, but they now have a chance to end that skid against the league-worst Hawks who have won just three times on the road so far. Blake Griffin is out for LA, though DeAndre Jordan and Lou Williams should be able to thrive against Atlanta's defence that saw a big step backwards this season.

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It’s a High-Stakes Day for the Contenders and the Strugglers

The NBA will only feature four games this Wednesday, but it should be no less exciting as the likes of Miami, Toronto, Portland and Oklahoma look to thrill live betting in hopes of improving the betting odds on their chances of making it to the playoffs.

There are also online betting underdogs Orlando, Dallas, Sacramento and Los Angeles, who will all aim to get the precious W to climb up in their respective conferences.

Miami Heat @ Toronto Raptors (January 10, 08:30 GMT+8)

With the likes of Boston, Golden State and Houston dominating the league, it's easy to forget about the Toronto Raptors. However, make no mistake; the Raps look unstoppable right now and should be a tough nut to crack for any team.

Miami will look to exploit Toronto's exhaustion from playing Brooklyn, but it shouldn't be forgotten that this Toronto side has only lost once at home so far this season—YES just one in 15 home games—and is coming off a five-game winning streak. The Raps -6.50 @ 2.00 is a no-brainer.

Portland Trail Blazers @ Oklahoma City Thunder (January 10, 09:00 GMT+8)

The Blazers head into this game in high spirits after edging the San Antonio Spurs yesterday, thanks to C.J. McCollum's game-winner. Whether they can carry the momentum to this match remains to be seen, though there's undoubtedly renewed optimism for them as Jusuf Nurkic even said they "finally trust each other."

Oklahoma are strong contenders, but their up-and-down offence is a concerning factor, especially after their shocking loss to Phoenix. If you're punting, go for Portland +8.00 @ 2.00.

Orlando Magic @ Dallas Mavericks (January 10, 09:30 GMT+8)

Both teams are on a losing streak, so there isn't really much to expect from this affair.

Orlando did beat the Pistons a fortnight ago and played out a close match against the Cavs last Sunday, but they continue to have more bad games than good in recent months. Dallas, on the other hand, climbed off the bottom of the West standings with a four-game unbeaten run before slumping again.

Despite the Mavs' slump, I like what they have been showing offensively lately, particularly when you consider that their last three losses are just by four points or less. With that in mind, choosing Dallas -6.00 @ 1.86 is the way to go for me.

Sacramento Kings @ Los Angeles Lakers (January 10, 11:30 GMT+8)

What's interesting about this game is the meeting of rookies De'Aaron Fox and Lonzo Ball. Fox had the last laugh in their battle last November when Sacramento beat Los Angeles by 11 points, so Ball surely has the desire to take his revenge and lead the Lakers to victory.

However, with controversy swirling around and reports of mounting frustration in the Lakers' locker room, it's worrisome how long the Purple and Gold can stay motivated.

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Sports Betting Fans Can Expect More Heated Action!

Don’t worry if today only had a couple of NBA games for your huge live betting appetite.

There are 11 games to catch tomorrow, and many of them come with interesting betting odds that can promise big winnings!

Dallas Mavericks @ Charlotte Hornets (January 11, 8:00 GMT +8)

The Mavericks’ streak of fantastic basketball finally snapped a losing streak of close games. If Dennis Smith Jr., Harrison Barnes and Dirk Nowitzki keep putting up points, for Dallas, they should have no problem competing with a decent Charlotte squad.

Miami Heat @ Indiana Pacers (January 11, 8:00 GMT +8)

Miami managed to fend off a strong Toronto side to get away with a single-point lead. While I’d like to think that Miami would be able to keep their winning streak going, I don’t think they can pull off a back-to-back against the Pacers. After all, Indiana convincingly won their games against Chicago and Milwaukee.

Utah Jazz @ Washington Wizards (January 11, 8:00 GMT +8)

I just love what Donovan Mitchell is doing for the Jazz this season. He has become a focal point of the offence that used to heavily rely on Gordon Hayward. However, I don’t think they can outplay John Wall and Friends on their own home floor. Washington -7.00 @ 1.95 is a good punt to make.

Detroit Pistons @ Brooklyn Nets (January 11, 8:30 GMT +8)

The Pistons are involved in trade talks for Jordan Clarkson. While fans have legit reasons to be excited about this trade, they have to focus on winning over the Nets. While Brooklyn have a shot at an upset, Detroit just need to play their own brand of basketball to win. It’s not a bad idea to place your money on Detroit -2.50 @ 2.02.

Chicago Bulls @ New York Knicks (January 11, 8:30 GMT +8)

The Bulls also have an air of positivity around them with the imminent debut of Zach LaVine. However, hopefulness cannot win games. Things won’t get any better when they head to New York and face Kristaps Porzingis. They can expect The Unicorn to play extra after Jen Selter nominated him for the All-Star Game.

Portland Trail Blazers @ Houston Rockets (January 11, 9:00 GMT +8)

Damian Lillard is surely playing with a chip on his shoulder after seeing the All-Star vote returns for the West. Fans can expect a big game from Dame Dolla should he return in time for the team’s away game against the Houston Rockets. With James Harden still out with a hamstring injury, the Blazers have a shot at winning.

New Orleans Pelicans @ Memphis Grizzlies (January 11, 9:00 GMT +8)

It sucks to be a New Orleans fan, but injuries keep robbing the Pels of easily winnable games. DeMarcus Cousins would have a lot of heavy lifting to do if Anthony Davis won’t be fit for their game against the Grizzlies. Fortunately, Memphis aren’t the toughest opponents in the league. New Orleans -1.50 @ 2.03 is a steal in my book.

Orlando Magic @ Milwaukee Bucks (January 11, 9:00 GMT +8)

The Magic are another team headed to irrelevance while the Bucks are fighting for the top seeds in the East. While Orlando pushed Cleveland to the limit, their inconsistency makes them a questionable team to root for. Giannis Antetokounmpo will likely overtake Aaron Gordon and just dominate all over the floor.

Oklahoma City Thunder @ Minnesota Timberwolves (January 11, 9:00 GMT +8)

We can blame Billy Donovan or Russell Westbrook all we want, but the Thunder’s unbelievable struggles are just something we have to get to used to this season. We can definitely expect the Timberwolves to capitalise on their locker room strains and snag another win.

Atlanta Hawks @ Denver Nuggets (January 11, 10:00 GMT +8)

It’s safe to say that the Hawks are already looking towards next season as their current roster just won’t cut it. I’m pretty confident that they’ll mount little to no resistance against Nikola Jokic and the Nuggets. Dennis Schroder would have to pull off a LeBron James if they want any chance at snapping their cold streak. Denver -9.50 @ 2.00 promises good returns.

Los Angeles Clippers @ Golden State Warriors (January 11, 12:30 GMT +8)

The Clippers only managed to keep the Hawks away by a single point during their last outing. Do you honestly expect this depleted squad to stand any chance against a Warriors side that hasn’t lost a game since Stephen Curry’s return?

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Today Was a Great Day for Sports Betting

You missed out on a lot of online betting victories if you didn’t make a bet online on today’s NBA games.

There were a plethora of surprising results as teams stepped up to the plate and fought the odds set against them. These fantastic results definitely had many fans up on their feet in celebration.

Dallas Mavericks 115-111 Charlotte Hornets

It’s a real pleasure to watch the Mavericks play this brand of basketball in the twilight of Dirk Nowitzki's career. The Dunking Deutschman chipped in 19 points with a 50% shooting clip. The biggest contributors to the Mavs were the young guns that will lead the squad in the future. Dennis Smith Jr., Yogi Ferrell and Harrison Barnes all played big games for Dallas.

Miami Heat 1104-106 Indiana Pacers

Casual fans that don’t faithfully follow the league should make a mental note and not assume the Heat are anything like they were a year ago. After pulling off a narrow win in Toronto, Goran Dragic and Hassan Whiteside played like the big boys they are to overpower Indiana’s starting unit.

Utah Jazz 107-104 Washington Wizards

It’s too bad Ricky Rubio never developed a consistent shot because his recent explosion against the Washington Wizards showed just how effective he could have been in his career. While he wasn’t able to stop John Wall from scoring 35, his 21 points and floor generalship did enough damage to put the game to bed.

Detroit Pistons 114-80 Brooklyn Nets

There was never any question on how the game would end. Brooklyn only had Allan Crabbe as a reliable scoring option, while the Pistons had the luxury of having Tobias Harris and Andre Drummond as scoring options. Dwight Buycks also played well off the bench for the Motor City.

Chicago Bulls 122-119 New York Knicks

This game was easily the most thrilling watch among the 11 games on offer.

Both teams saw their European stars play big during the game. Lauri Markkanen and Kristaps Porzingis played especially well during the dying minutes of regulation and overtime. While both teams played fantastic ball, it was Chicago that came out on top in the end.

Portland Trail Blazers 112-121 Houston Rockets

Damian Lillard and Cl McCollum did everything they could to win against a squad that far outclasses them in terms of quality. However, Chris Paul’s fantastic game of 37 points and 11 assists proved to be too much for the visitors.

New Orleans Pelicans 102-105 Memphis Grizzlies

DeMarcus Cousins and the rest of the injury-free Pelicans did everything they could to overcome the Grizzlies in their own home court. They almost managed to steal one from home, but Tyreke Evans and Marc Gasol refused to be outgunned in their own house.

Orlando Magic 103-110 Milwaukee Bucks

The Magic continue stumbling as Milwaukee cruise to another easy victory at home. Giannis Antetokounmpo had plenty of help from the rest of the Bucks starters, allowing him to have plenty of rest for their next match. Meanwhile, Orlando can’t find a break on offence or defence.

Oklahoma City Thunder 88-104 Minnesota Timberwolves

The Thunder’s three-star experiment is obviously not working as planned as the Wolves had their way with a struggling OKC team. Paul George and Carmelo Anthony struggled to get going as Russell Westbrook had to do it all by himself again. Meanwhile, Minnesota’s three stars shared the scoring load and had good shooting percentages.

Atlanta Hawks 110-97 Denver Nuggets

This final score is another shock result for me. I said last time out that Dennis Schroder needed to play great ball to allow the Hawks a shot at a win, and that’s exactly what he did. He also got help from various places on the roster, allowing him to cruise past the Nuggets on their home turf.

Los Angeles Clippers 125-106 Golden State Warriors

The Warriors may have kept Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson on the bench, but their final score is simply inexcusable. Lou Williams may have played out of his skin and dumped 50 on the Dubs, but Draymond Green’s atrocious shooting and Nick Young’s blanks are inexcusable for this high-scoring outfit. Kevin Durant was the only bright spot among the Warriors this game.

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Watch Out O2, Here Comes a Big and Exciting Basketball!

The NBA makes it London stop tomorrow, and UK sports betting fans are surely in for a fantastic time with the marquee matchup of the next decade's most probable title contender—the Boston Celtics and Philadelphia 76ers.

Besides that, the battle between Cleveland and Toronto and the intra-conference games of four West teams also provide great betting odds that are certain to thrill live betting enthusiasts.

Boston Celtics @ Philadelphia 76ers (n) (January 12, 04:00 GMT+8)

It will be a test of contrasting philosophies at the O2 when the Celtics and Sixers meet. Philadelphia are having one of the best offensive stretches as they won four consecutive games, while Boston are continuing to cement their status as the league's best defence.

Whether they can keep up their form in an unfamiliar and neutral ground remains to be seen, though the Celtics have some edge considering that they already beat the Sixers twice this season—both with a double-digit lead. With that in mind, I suggest betting on Boston -3.00 @ 2.04.

Cleveland Cavaliers @ Toronto Raptors (January 12, 09:00 GMT+8)

Coming off an embarrassing defeat to Minnesota, the Cavs have every reason to step up in this game and take the W. However, defence remains their Achilles heel and should be a problem against the Raptors.

Toronto continue to produce good numbers on both ends of the floor, and despite their recent loss to Miami, they look better than ever with DeMar DeRozan averaging 32 points a game in their last six outings.

LA Clippers @ Sacramento Kings (January 12, 11:00 GMT+8)

Sacramento put up some fight against the Spurs the last time out, but they failed to build on the momentum as they lost horribly to the struggling Lakers.

Meanwhile, the Clippers are still inconsistent, no thanks to a string of injuries that hampered their continuity. Nonetheless, after their win over the Dubs, their attack led by Lou Williams should also be able to find its way past the Kings' brittle wall.

San Antonio Spurs @ Los Angeles Lakers (January 12, 11:30 GMT+8)

Kawhi Leonard's return was expected to give the Spurs a much-needed offensive boost to bring them back to elite level. But with Leonard out (again) with a partial tear on his shoulder, San Antonio need to make do with their current roster led by LaMarcus Aldridge.

Luke Walton's Purple and Gold won their last two games, though those are both against lower-ranked teams. It shouldn't also help that the offensive outbursts of their supposed leaders continue to be sporadic.

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Trouble in The Land Makes for Tense Sports Betting

The Cleveland Cavaliers aren’t looking like the sure Finals contenders many betting websites pegged them to be at the moment.

Their consecutive losses have made betting odds uncertain, Tyronn Lue nervous, LeBron James livid, and Kyrie Irving laughing all the way from London. Putting your money on The Land right now won’t get you a sure win. Something has to give for the Cavs if they want to win it all.

Don’t worry if you don’t feel like betting on the Cavs; there are a lot more games that you could catch and bet on.

Utah Jazz @ Charlotte Hornets (January 13, 8:00 GMT +8)

The Jazz pulled off an impressive victory against the Washington Wizards, making it a nice flash in a terrible losing run they are currently in. Donovan Mitchell is doing great work for the Jazz, but I’m not sure if they can control Kemba Walker and the Hornets without Rudy Gobert. Punters would win a lot with Charlotte -4.50 @ 2.03.

Cleveland Cavaliers @ Indiana Pacers (January 13, 8:00 GMT +8)

The popular video of LeBron James going off on his team-mates is the perfect imagery to display the amount of panic probably going through the heads of the Cleveland faithful. Sure, they are the overwhelming favourites when they visit Indiana, but the possibility of another collapse won’t escape the minds of LeBron’s team-mates and fans.

Orlando Magic @ Washington Wizards (January 13, 8:00 GMT +8)

Orlando haven’t been playing up to par in comparison to their opposition, so we can expect the Washington Wizards to simply overpower their lowly visitors. However, Washington themselves are struggling to get wins and will likely fight their way to a W. The best punt to make in this game is Orlando +10.50 @ 2.00.

Brooklyn Nets @ Atlanta Hawks (January 13, 8:30 GMT +8)

Both clubs are playing terrible basketball, but Atlanta will be playing at the Philips Arena with renewed confidence. Brooklyn as a team struggle to win on the road and will likely exert a lot of effort in winning against these Hawks. Atlanta -3.50 @ 1.98 is a great punt to make.

Golden State Warriors @ Milwaukee Bucks (January 13, 9:00 GMT +8)

The Warriors endured a puzzling defeat to the LA Clippers, and Steve Kerr should have already patched their holes up with a bit of discipline and drills. Expect the Warriors to be back in full form when they head up north to Milwaukee, Wisconsin and straight into Giannis Country.

Antetokounmpo and the Bucks will mount a fierce resistance, but Klay Thompson’s return to the lineup should make them deadly once more. Golden State -6.00 @ 1.96 is a sure win in my book.

New York Knicks @ Minnesota Timberwolves (January 13, 9:00 GMT +8)

The Timberwolves are building a nice winning after winning consecutive blowouts against the Cavaliers and the Oklahoma City Thunder. Given their strong performances at home, it wouldn’t be weird to root for them when they host the New York Knicks.

Portland Trail Blazers @ New Orleans Pelicans (January 13, 9:00 GMT +8)

Damian Lillard and Portland did all they could against the Rockets, but Chris Paul was just too good that day. All the Blazers could do now is move on and pounce on the injury-ridden Pelicans. With Anthony Davis’ condition still in doubt, it’s the perfect game for Lillard and CJ McCollum to bounce back on.

Memphis Grizzlies @ Denver Nuggets (January 13, 10:00 GMT +8)

The Grizzlies are keeping themselves competitive thanks to the efforts of Marc Gasol and Tyreke Evans. Grind City will definitely try to claw away at the Nuggets, a team currently on a three-game losing skid. I think there’s something wrong with the current rotation if Nikola Jokic can’t even pass his way to a win over the Kings.

Memphis +7.50 @ 2.00 is the best betting decision to make when it comes to this game.

Houston Rockets @ Phoenix Suns (January 13, 11:30 GMT +8)

Barring his issues with refereeing, Chris Paul is having a wonderful time leading the Houston Rockets. He and Eric Gordon have been helping Houston snag some wins. Meanwhile, Devin Booker and the Suns capitalized on OKC’s troubles and got away with a blowout win at home.

This game should make for very entertaining television, but I think the Rockets take the cake on this one. Betting on Houston -7.00 @ 1.89 is not a bad choice if we consider the roster quality of both sides.

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Cleveland’s Struggles are the Talk of the Town

The Cleveland Cavaliers know that they cannot defy pre-season betting odds favouring the Golden State Warriors if they can’t convincingly win regular season games. LeBron James probably knows that better than anyone in the league.

However, they aren’t making a case for themselves when they struggle against an Indiana Pacers team without Myles Turner holding it down low. While there are many teams worth talking about, betting websites and the rest of the sports betting world just can’t believe how the Cavs are mightily struggling.

Utah Jazz 88-99 Charlotte Hornets

I was right on the money when I predicted that Donovan Mitchell would blow off for the Jazz. However, his 35 points aren’t enough to lift his injury-ridden squad past the Utah Jazz. Kemba Walker, Dwight Howard and the rest of the starters had a field day ensuring that the scoring load was evenly distributed.

Cleveland Cavaliers 95-97 Indiana Pacers

The most baffling thing about this defeat is not the Cavs’ third straight loss, but the fact that they let go of a 22-point lead and allowed the Pacers a way back into the game. LeBron James should be livid and expect the Cleveland front office to make a move any moment now.

Orlando Magic 119-125 Washington Wizards

The Magic did all they could to snap their skid, but the Wizards at home proved to be too tough of a challenge for them. John Wall and Bradley Beal were on fire for DC, combining for a grand total of 60 points.

Brooklyn Nets 110-105 Atlanta Hawks

Spencer Dinwiddie popped off in this battle of the stragglers. His 20-point, 10-assist performance was more than vital to help the Nets snap up the W. Meanwhile, Dennis Schroder was left all by himself as the rest of the Hawks failed to play well at home.

Golden State Warriors 108-94 Milwaukee Bucks

This loss is not a knock on Giannis Antetokounmpo’s talents as a player; this game is a testament to the incredible talent and skill this current Warriors team has. Draymond Green and Kevin Durant did most of the heavy lifting for the Dubs in terms of scoring, but the rest of the Warriors played beautiful team ball to secure the win.

New York Knicks 108-118 Minnesota Timberwolves

Kristaps Porzingis did everything he can to upset the Timberwolves at home, but Karl-Anthony Towns just lit up in the fourth and sealed the game. KAT was there to cover the bases of Andrew Wiggins and Jimmy Butler, both of whom were suffering from poor shooting nights.

Portland Trail Blazers 113-119 New Orleans Pelicans

Damian Lillard’s tilting spree may continue as his Trail Blazers crumble in front of DeMarcus Cousins and Anthony Davis. Jusuf Nurkic and Al-Farouq Aminu struggled in containing New Orlean’s twin towers, negating the efforts of Lillard and CJ McCollum. Portland’s bench didn’t provide that much relief, either.

Memphis Grizzlies 78-87 Denver Nuggets

The Grizzlies were doing fine during the first half, but Michael Malone’s adjustments during the half-time break turned things around for the Nuggets and get the win at home. Nikola Jokic had another good night at the four spot, but Will Barton and Trey Lyles are the heroes of Mile High City tonight.

Houston Rockets 112-95 Phoenix Suns

Nobody really thought the Suns were going to upset the Rockets after what they did to Portland. While Devin Booker was able to put a solid number on Eric Gordon, Chris Paul was still free to pass the ball around and do whatever he wanted. All of Houston’s starters scored in double figures while Phoenix only had Booker, TJ Warren and Dragan Bender to count on.

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This is Why MLK Day in the NBA is Fun!

Most basketball fans and sports betting aficionados expected the MLK Day to be an action-packed affair, and it sure didn't disappoint.

Besides the Dubs producing another masterful performance to delight the online gambling faithful, today's NBA slate also featured stunners that turned the betting odds upside down. There's Philly surprising Toronto, Chicago snapping Miami's streak and Atlanta—of all teams—upsetting San Antonio!

What more could you ask for?!

Charlotte Hornets 118-107 Detroit Pistons

Charlotte weren't expected to win at Little Caesars, but an offensive outburst from their starters saw them pummel Detroit. Dwight Howard, Marvin Williams and Kemba Walker paced the Hornets to victory with a combined 62 points. Howard even finished with 17 rebounds as Charlotte dominated the boards.

Toronto Raptors 111-117 Philadelphia 76ers

DeMar DeRozan was the lone bright spot for the toothless Raptors that fell to the young and rising Sixers. Most of Toronto's starting unit struggled offensively, paving the way for Philadelphia to run riot and lead by as much as 21 points. Six players scored in double figures for Philadelphia, led by Joel Embiid who had 34 markers and 11 boards.

Milwaukee Bucks 104-95 Washington Wizards

The Bucks have an All-Star player, and his name is Giannis Antetokounmpo. The Greek Freak showed everyone why he deserves another appearance in the annual festivity, logging his first 20-point, 20-rebound game to lift Milwaukee past Washington. Oh, Antetokounmpo also had six assists and two blocks!

San Antonio Spurs 99-102 Atlanta Hawks

Dennis Schroder scored 12 of his 26 points in the final quarter to help the Hawks upset the Spurs, who were once again without Kawhi Leonard. Atlanta also received a boost from their bench players as they outscored San Antonio's reserves, 44-38.

New York Knicks 119-104 Brooklyn Nets

Talking about bench unit, no other reserve players had a better day than the Knicks'. Kristaps Porzingis shined bright with his 26 markers, but it was Michael Beasley, Doug McDermott, Frank Ntilikina and Kyle O'Quinn who stole the show as they sparked the New York bench to 70 points.

Miami Heat 111-119 Chicago Bulls

Chicago put an end to Miami's winning streak, all while extending their own. The three-pointers made the difference in the game, with Justin Holiday bagging seven to finish with 25 points for the Bulls. Rookie Lauri Markkanen also had three treys as he became the fastest player to make 100 3s.

Los Angeles Lakers 114-123 Memphis Grizzlies

With Lonzo Ball and Brandon Ingram out, the Lakers were just no match for the Grizzlies. Memphis used a 28-10 third-quarter run to take control, and they never relinquished their lead as eight players—headed by Dillon Brooks and Marc Gasol—reached double-digit scoring.

Sacramento Kings 88-95 Oklahoma City Thunder

Oklahoma banked on a 31-16 third quarter to recover from a 15-point first-half deficit and get their payback against Sacramento. Carmelo Anthony came up big for the Thunder, scoring 15 of his 20 points in the decisive third that put them up by nine entering the final frame. Russell Westbrook had a near triple-double for Loud City, while Buddy Hield and Willie Cauley-Stein made 16 and 15 respectively in a losing effort for the Kings.

Golden State Warriors 118-108 Cleveland Cavaliers

It's 13th straight win on the road for the Warriors after defeating the Cavaliers at Quicken Loans Arena. Despite their questionable defence, the Cavs fought bravely and managed to stay ahead up until the end of first half. However, the Dubs were just unstoppable as they went berserk in the final 24 minutes of play behind the trio of Kevin Durant (32 points), Steph Curry (23 points) and Klay Thompson (17 points).

Indiana Pacers 109-94 Utah Jazz

Utah's offence and ball movement were stagnant in the game, so it's no wonder why Indiana were in the driver's seat throughout. The Pacers dished out a total of 26 assists and thrived offensively, pushing them up by 23 points at one point. Meanwhile, the Jazz only had 11 dimes, with Donovan Mitchell and Derrick Favors the only ones carrying the attacking load.

Houston Rockets 102-113 LA Clippers

The Clips made a statement in this matchup, telling the league that they don't need Chris Paul to win. CP3 had an all-around performance for Houston, but the Clips played with the desire to show they are just fine without their All-Star point guard.

Blake Griffin handed more frustration to his former teammate, notching 29 points and 10 rebounds. Meanwhile, Lou Williams showed the Rockets what they missed when they traded him with his 31 points and nine assists.

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These Games Make Sports Betting Fans Want More!

Today’s games in the NBA featured marquee matchups and underrated clashes that satisfied any kind of live betting itch punters had.

These matches were packed with superb sights and sounds that lived up to the lofty expectations of many online betting circles! They definitely left me and many others wanting more NBA fun!

San Antonio Spurs 83-86 Toronto Raptors

Kawhi Leonard’s continued absence already made the Spurs the underdogs coming into the game. While many expected the Raptors to overwhelm the understaffed Spurs, few expected the visitors to mount a fierce resistance throughout the game. Credit is due to Pau Gasol and Patty Mills for leading with their experience.

Miami Heat 95-101 Brooklyn Nets

D’Angelo Russell only saw 14 minutes of action in his first game back from injury, but his presence definitely elated the Nets to overcome the Heat. Hassan Whiteside and Goran Dragic had strong performances for the Heat, but DeMarre Carroll’s 26 points and Brooklyn’s team play did enough to keep them at bay.

Sacramento Kings 88-106 Memphis Grizzlies

Sacramento saw their future stars and seasoned veterans put in work to try and keep the Kings competitive. However, a hodge-podge team cannot hope to hold a candle against a squad that has an identity. Rookie Dillon Brooks led the team in scoring as they pounded the poor Kings to dust.

Washington Wizards 122-112 Detroit Pistons

Detroit put on a good fight against the Washington Wizards, managing to keep the score even by halftime. However, Scott Brooks’ adjustments in the second half led the Wizards to a runaway victory away. Every starter ended the game with double-digit points, with Kelly Oubre’s 26 being the nail in the coffin for the Pistons.

Phoenix Suns 108-100 Denver Nuggets

This game was a winnable one for the Jamal Murray and the Denver Nuggets, but they were just rendered hopeless by Devin Booker. He and TJ Warren were practically free to do whatever they want for the entirety of the game. Isaiah Canaan and Josh Jackson handled the scoring responsibilities for the second unit.

Indiana Pacers 86-99 Los Angeles Lakers

The Los Angeles Lakers didn’t have Brandon Ingram, Lonzo Ball and Kentavious Caldwell-Pope playing in their game against a decent Pacers side, but the Lakers saw some major production from Jordan Clarkson. Victor Oladipo’s outstanding performance didn’t hold a candle to the Lakers since Kyle Kuzma and Julius Randle also played good basketball for the Staples Center crowd.

New York Knicks 117-115 Utah Jazz

The Knicks had the game for the good chunk of regulation, but strong performances from the Utah starters almost saw Kristaps Porzingis lose the W. Fortunately for him, Tim Hardaway Jr. and Courtney Lee chipped in enough points to prevent a huge comeback for the hosts.

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The NBA Heavyweights are Here for the Win!

Monday's four-game NBA action is brewing to be another exciting sports betting affair with both the Boston Celtics and the San Antonio Spurs looking to get back in the win column.

The two online gambling heavyweights are struggling recently, but they now have a great chance to turn things around and get their season back on track against teams that are also in a slump.

Besides that, the Lakers-Knicks and Nets-Pistons matchups are also promising to provide plenty of mobile betting drama, especially with New York's Kristaps Porzingis aiming to show why he's an All-Star.

Orlando Magic @ Boston Celtics (January 22, 02:00 GMT+8)

It's saddening to see how far the Magic have fallen after their bright start to the season. They are now bottom of the East and have lost 17 of their last 20 games.

Boston are also in a poor run of form after losing to New Orleans and Philadelphia, but the possible return of Kyrie Irving should help them return to winning ways. Not to mention that they are up against a struggling squad they blew out twice already. Given their record, betting on Boston -10.00 @ 1.87 is a no-brainer.

New York Knicks @ Los Angeles Lakers (January 22, 04:30 GMT+8)

Lakers beware: Kristaps Porzingis is on a mission.

After not being selected as an All-Star starter out East, the Latvian star will certainly look to prove why fans are mistaken for not putting him ahead of the NBA's undisputed Twitter king, Joel Embiid.

Unfortunately for the Lakers, they have to face a motivated Porzingis who exploded for 37 points the first time they met this season.

Brooklyn Nets @ Detroit Pistons (January 22, 05:00 GMT+8)

Detroit have been performing inconsistently this year; however, they'll head into this match with their heads held high knowing for a fact that they defeated this Brooklyn team by 34 points a couple of weeks ago.

Although the Nets will hope for a different result this time with D'Angelo Russell back, it's still difficult to expect the talented guard to produce good numbers in just his second game since returning from injury. If you're punting, the Pistons -6.50 @ 2.02 seem the best choice.

Indiana Pacers @ San Antonio Spurs (January 22, 08:00 GMT+8)

Offence is the main issue for the Spurs, and it doesn't help that Kawhi Leonard has been ruled out until early February.

Victor Oladipo and Indiana will undoubtedly pose a threat. After all, they already took down San Antonio in their first meeting. Nonetheless, if there's any silver lining for Gregg Popovich's side, it's that they rarely lose at home...in fact, they haven't suffered a defeat at AT&T Center since November!

I expect this match to be close, though picking the Spurs -6.50 @ 2.04 is a tempting move to make.

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Can the Online Betting Favourites Get Out of Strugglesville?

Cleveland, Boston and San Antonio are all in a slump, and they will all hope to put an end to their struggles when they play this Wednesday.

However, doing so is easier said than done, with the winning betting odds slowly drifting away from them and sports betting fans growing increasingly frustrated with the way they are playing.

Sacramento Kings @ Orlando Magic (Jan 24, 08:00 GMT+8)

After handing the Celtics their third straight loss, the Magic head into this match with renewed confidence and optimism.

Elfrid Payton, Evan Fournier and Aaron Gordon need to perform the way they did against the Celts if they want to extend their streak, but they have a legitimate chance of getting the W against a Sacramento team that lost eight in a row now. Go for Orlando -6.00 @ 1.85.

Brooklyn Nets @ Oklahoma City Thunder (Jan 24, 09:00 GMT+8)

D'Angelo Russell is far from his usual self, but his return certainly sparked something in Brooklyn as the Nets won two straight games against the Heat and Pistons.

Oklahoma are coming off a big win against the Cavs as they stay unbeaten in four games, but it shouldn't be forgotten that Brooklyn took them down in their first meeting earlier last month. With that said, choosing the Nets +9.00 @ 2.05 appears to be the best choice.

Cleveland Cavaliers @ San Antonio Spurs (Jan 24, 09:00 GMT+8)

Cleveland lost to Oklahoma 124-148 the last time out and LeBron James perfectly sums up how big their defensive problem is: "I've never in my basketball life gave up 148 points, not even probably playing video games."

Fortunately for the Wine and Gold, the Spurs are struggling on the offensive end. Though, the King and his Cavaliers can't expect everything to go their way considering that San Antonio still boast one of the best defences in the league.

This game can go either way, but I expect Cleveland to be more desperate here. Pick the Cavs +1.50 @ 1.90.

New York Knicks @ Golden State Warriors (Jan 24, 11:30 GMT+8)

Golden State gave up too many rebounds and turnovers in their loss to Houston, and they need to avoid repeating those mistakes when they host Kristaps Porzingis and New York.

It's a good thing for the Warriors though that the Knicks are in a poor run of form lately, even losing to the likes of Lakers and Grizzlies last week. Betting on the Dubs -14.00 @ 1.98 is a risky but worthwhile move.

Boston Celtics @ Los Angeles Lakers (Jan 24, 11:30 GMT+8)

Losing three straight is one thing; losing to another struggling team (Orlando) that haven't won at least half of their games is another.

Kyrie Irving said the Celts need to learn how to weather the storm, but it looks like they also need to find a way to stay consistent on the offensive end.

They can make a statement when they renew their rivalry with the Lakers; however, it won't be a walk in the park for them with the Purple and Gold winning back-to-back matches and Jordan Clarkson making his case as sixth man of the year.

Considering all these, placing your money on LA +4.00 @ 1.94 doesn't seem bad at all.

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Witness the Greatness of This Year’s All-Stars!

This year's All-Star starters and reserves have already been selected, and sports betting fans will have a chance to take a look at some of them this Thursday in the NBA's nine-game slate.

While the Twin Towers of the Big Easy and The Process of Philadelphia try to dominate and impress the online gambling community, expect the likes of James Harden, DeMar DeRozan, Damian Lillard, Victor Oladipo and Kyrie Irving to light up the scoreboard as well and delight live betting.

New Orleans Pelicans @ Charlotte Hornets (January 25, 08:00 GMT+8)

With trade rumours surrounding Kemba Walker and reports about his strained relationship with the Hornets, it's hard to see them winning this game against the Pelicans. New Orleans are growing increasingly confident day by day and will be difficult to beat with Anthony Davis and DeMarcus Cousins keeping their top-six offence flowing. Pick the Pelicans +1.50 @ 2.03.

Utah Jazz @ Detroit Pistons (January 25, 08:00 GMT+8)

Both teams are struggling defensively, so it will be interesting to see how this game will play out. Utah, however, appears to have the edge offensively with rookie sensation Donovan Mitchell averaging 19 points a game and Rudy Gobert returning to his old dominant self. Betting on the Jazz +2.00 @ 1.95 is a move worth considering.

Phoenix Suns @ Indiana Pacers (January 25, 08:00 GMT+8)

The Suns have shown tremendous progress when it comes to three-point shooting, which made their offence somewhat deadlier. Nonetheless, with consistency still an issue, they can't hope to get their revenge against the Pacers that blew them out by 23 points ten days ago. Expect another double-digit win for the Pacers and bet on -8.00 @ 2.03.

Chicago Bulls @ Philadelphia 76ers (January 25, 08:00 GMT+8)

Although Philadelphia lost to Chicago last month, they will still fancy their chances in this game. Besides Joel Embiid proving he is a legitimate All-Star, the Sixers also have the advantage of playing at home against the Bulls that have won just seven times on the road this season. If you're punting, Philly -5.50 @ 1.99 seem the best choice.

Toronto Raptors @ Atlanta Hawks (January 25, 08:30 GMT+8)

Atlanta are improving, thanks to Dennis Schroder who has been pivotal in their wins against the Spurs, Pelicans and Jazz. Despite that, however, taking down Toronto remains a tall order. After all, the Raps have beaten the Hawks twice with an average lead of 23.5 points.

Even though I expect this one to end closer than their previous meetings, it shouldn't be hard for Toronto to beat a -6.50 handicap that pays at 2.03.

Houston Rockets @ Dallas Mavericks (January 25, 09:00 GMT+8)

This one might be a "rivalry" by name, but the difference in quality between the two teams is night and day. Houston are second in the West and are coming off a win against the Warriors, while Dallas are second to the last in the conference and have only one win in four. With that said, choosing Houston -6.00 @ 1.95 is a no-brainer.

San Antonio Spurs @ Memphis Grizzlies (January 25, 09:00 GMT+8)

While the Grizzlies are far from playoff contention, they have shown plenty of grit this past month. The Grizz have been excellent offensively since Christmas, which should prove beneficial when they play a Spurs team that lacks firepower. Memphis have to be cautious of San Antonio's top-five defence though.

Minnesota Timberwolves @ Portland Trail Blazers (January 25, 11:00 GMT+8)

After getting snubbed in the All-Star for two straight years, Damian Lillard is back to the annual festivities. He will now look to prove that him being part of the West's elite wasn't a mistake when they play the surging Timberwolves.

Luckily for the Blazers, Jimmy Buckets, who dropped 37 and 24 in their first two meetings, is doubtful to play.

Boston Celtics @ LA Clippers (January 25, 11:30 GMT+8)

Four straight losses and the Boston Celtics remain in strugglesville.

Kyrie Irving and Co. have another shot at ending their slump against the injury-riddled Clippers. Nevertheless, they have to be cautious of Lou Williams who will be determined to show everyone why he's the biggest All-Star snub of 2018.

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The NBA’s Future Stars Make Sports Betting Fun

The future of the NBA strut their stuff in today's games!

Many of the young and up-and-coming teams of the association thrilled live betting fans with their play. Whether you bet online for these young guns or not, you cannot deny that they showcased some fantastic basketball!

New Orleans Pelicans 101-96 Charlotte Hornets

Some may argue that Dwight Howard is an All-Star snub with the way he has been performing this season. He gives them additional fuel for their argument with his 22-point, 16-rebound game against the Pelicans. However, DeMarcus Cousins, Anthony Davis and Jrue Holiday put in work to give New Orleans the W.

Utah Jazz 98-95 Detroit Pistons

Motor City fans were taken on a rollercoaster of emotions as their Pistons fell short to the visiting Utah Jazz in overtime. Andre Drummond played out of his skin -- scoring 30 points and corralling 24 rebounds in 39 minutes of action -- but his efforts fell short to Utah's great team play.

Phoenix Suns 101-116 Indiana Pacers

Devin Booker's frustrations over his own All-Star slight had an impact on his game against the Pacers. The former Wildcat struggled to sink his shots as the Suns trailed the Pacers all game long. Meanwhile, Victor Oladipo is having the time of his life, scoring 21 points on a 54% shooting clip.

Chicago Bulls 101-115 Philadelphia 76ers

Ben Simmons was unstoppable as he led the Sixers to a dominant win over the visiting Bulls. He had a triple-double of 19 points, 17 rebounds and 14 assists to overwhelm Lauri Markkanen and Zach LaVine's efforts. Fellow Rising Stars players Joel Embiid and Dario Saric chipped in 22 and 21 points respectively.

Toronto Raptors 108-93 Atlanta Hawks

The Atlanta Hawks are not a tough team to beat for the Raptors, but I still find it surprising that Fred VanVleet led the team with his 19 points on only 18 minutes of play. Dwane Casey is definitely thrilled to have such a talent in his rotation, and DeMar DeRozan is probably looking forward to more rest on the bench.

Houston Rockets 104-97 Dallas Mavericks

Even Mavs fans knew that this Texas derby would end in the Rockets favour: James Harden and Chris Paul are just too good for Mark Cuban's team to handle. The positives fans can take out of this game is worth it, however. Yogi Ferrell reminded everyone why he is such a darling to Mavs fans with his 19 points.

San Antonio Spurs 108-85 Memphis Grizzlies

The Spurs outplayed the Grizzlies despite missing LaMarcus Aldridge due to rest. The veteran core of Pau Gasol, Patty Mills and Danny Green led the well-coached squad to an easy win with their scoring and overall contributions. Meanwhile, Pau's brother Marc was the only bright spot in an otherwise lacklustre Grizzlies team.

Minnesota Timberwolves 114-123 Portland Trail Blazers

Andrew Wiggins and Karl-Anthony Towns did everything they could to keep the decent lead they got in the first half of this matchup. They surely missed Jimmy Butler's scoring, defence and leadership when Damian Lillard and CJ McCollum lit up to mount a second-half reversal.

Boston Celtics 113-102 LA Clippers

Everyone and their mother knew that the Celtics will be looking to clean house with the Clippers after that embarrassment of a loss they experienced at the hands of the Lakers. Kyrie Irving was all over the floor, scoring 20 points to go with his 8 rebounds and 7 assists on a 44% clip. Blake Griffin, DeAndre Jordan and Sweet Lou Williams did everything they could to fight back, but the C's were just too good.

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The NBA Brings Another Online Betting Bonanza!

Now that the All-Star lineups have been announced, the NBA enters a lull until the All-Star Weekend in LA. Fans are already hyped about the upcoming All-Star Game and see old friends playing together on the same team.

While you're waiting for February to come, however, why not look at some great betting odds? SBOBET has some great picks on tomorrow's games for the best sports betting fans!

Atlanta Hawks @ Charlotte Hornets (January 27, 8:00 GMT +8)

The Hornets are playing great team basketball this month and should have no problem dealing with a paltry Hawks team. Only Dennis Schroder is the alpha scorer among the visitors, making the rest of the squad look like tiny sparrows than hawks. You shouldn't hesitate to pick Charlotte -6.50 @ 1.98.

Indiana Pacers @ Cleveland Cavaliers (January 27, 8:00 GMT +8)

The Cavaliers are slowly falling off the Eastern Conference with their last four losses over five games. Something has to give for them if they want to remain as close as they can to the Boston Celtics. However, the Pacers defeated them last time out without even fielding Myles Turner. The King and his band would have to fight a war if they plan to end the drought with a W.

I see another close bout by the Pacers here, so place your money on Indiana +5.00 @ 2.04.

Utah Jazz @ Toronto Raptors (January 27, 8:30 GMT +8)

Donovan Mitchell has had an unstoppable January, but DeMar DeRozan loves consuming exciting upstarts before his dinner. I don't think the Jazz have an inkling of a shot against Toronto at the Air Canada Centre, so unload your betting budget on Toronto -8.00 @ 2.04.

Los Angeles Lakers @ Chicago Bulls (January 27, 9:00 GMT +8)

The Bulls have been playing red-hot basketball this month, and Lauri Markkanen is a huge contributor to their good fortunes. I think the 2018 Rising Stars Challenge participant will be playing great basketball against fellow young star Kyle Kuzma in a frontcourt showdown. Place a big one on Chicago -4.00 @ 1.96 as I see the Bulls winning this one comfortably.

LA Clippers @ Memphis Grizzlies (January 27, 9:00 GMT +8)

The Clippers are playing inconsistent basketball at the moment, but the Grizzlies are playing just as terrible in my book. They can hardly defend the FedExForum, so Blake Griffin and Lou Williams should grab the chance and secure the W.

Brooklyn Nets @ Milwaukee Bucks (January 27, 9:00 GMT +8)

Joel Prunty has a lot of adjustments as the interim head coach as the Bucks search for a new man to take on the reigns. The Bucks are the sure favourites to win this game, but the Nets have done a stellar job of keeping up with their opponents over their last five games. Place your money on Brooklyn +6.00 @ 1.96.

Houston Rockets @ New Orleans Pelicans (January 27, 9:00 GMT +8)

DeMarcus Cousins and Anthony Davis are doing amazing things in the Big Easy, but I'm not taking them in their coming game against the Rockets. James Harden and Chris Paul are playing unbelievably at the moment, and their team should have no trouble cruising past the hosts.

Punters looking at this game will be thrilled with Houston -3.50 @ 1.96.

Portland Trail Blazers @ Dallas Mavericks (January 27, 9:30 GMT +8)

There is no possible way that the Mavericks could contain both Damian Lillard and Cj McCollum at the same time. Even if Rick Carlisle manages to hinder either one, they can just pass it to nearby teammates play good team basketball.

Philadelphia 76ers @ San Antonio Spurs (January 27, 9:30 GMT +8)

The Process and the Sixers visit the quiet storm that is the San Antonio Spurs.

They will be coming into the game with high confidence incited by Ben Simmons' fifth triple-double of his young NBA career. However, they will be facing a crafty Spurs side filled with vets who can play great defence and team basketball.

I predict this to be another W for the hosts, so place your money on San Antonio Spurs -4.00 @ 2.03.

New York Knicks @ Phoenix Suns (January 27, 10:00 GMT +8)

Devin Booker and TJ Warren have been putting in work for the Suns and will likely do so again when they square off against the Knicks. KRistaps Porzingis will need the attention of the entire frontcourt, so the two prolific scorers need to put the pressure on him with their points.

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This is What It Takes to be MVP!

James Harden, LeBron James, Russell Westbrook and Giannis Antetokounmpo are four of this year's MVP frontrunners, and they showed the online gambling community the reason for that in today's NBA showdown.

All four players bagged a near triple-double to pace their teams to victory, delighting their live betting faithful and keeping the betting odds swinging in their favour.

Phoenix Suns 102-113 Houston Rockets

Leading MVP candidate James Harden tallied 27 points, 10 rebounds and eight assists to fire the Rockets past the Devin Booker-led Suns. Trevor Ariza's injury early in the game didn't weaken Houston's offence as they stayed on the front foot throughout and even led by 18 at one point.

Milwaukee Bucks 110-96 Chicago Bulls

The Bucks still haven't found Jason Kidd's replacement at the helm, but that didn't stop them from winning. They have now won three straight games while handing the Bulls their fourth consecutive defeat.

Giannis Antetokounmpo, who was reportedly "devastated" by Kidd's sacking, let his emotions loose en route to 27 points, nine board and eight dimes.

LA Clippers 112-103 New Orleans Pelicans

Trailing by as much as 21 points, the Clippers staged their biggest road comeback since 2004 to take down the shorthanded Pelicans. Blake Griffin and Lou Williams led the Clips' second-half fightback as New Orleans struggled to fill the void left by injured All-Star centre DeMarcus Cousins.

Los Angeles Lakers 111-123 Toronto Raptors

Fred VanVleet came off the bench for the Raptors and stole the spotlight from his All-Star teammates. The second-year point guard notched a career-high 25 points, helping Toronto snap the Lakers' four-game winning streak.

Jordan Clarkson and Julius Randle, meanwhile, chipped in 17 each in a losing effort for the Lonzo Ball-less Lakers.

Philadelphia 76ers 112-122 Oklahoma City Thunder

Given their current record, it's hard to imagine that this is the same Thunder team struggling earlier in the season. However, they have won eight straight now and are back as one of the West's elites.

Russell Westbrook's resurgence helped them tremendously, and the reigning NBA MVP was at his usual self again with 37 points, 14 assists and nine rebounds against the Sixers.

Not even the combined effort of All-Star Joel Embiid and rising star Ben Simmons was enough to stop Westbeast and Oklahoma!

Detroit Pistons 104-121 Cleveland Cavaliers

The Cavs recorded their first back-to-back wins since December as they blow out the Pistons at Quicken Loans Arena. LeBron James proved that he still has much left on the tank, leading The Land with an all-around performance of 25  points, 14 assists and eight rebounds.

Kevin Love was also pivotal in a game that saw Isaiah Thomas sit out the final quarter.

Sacramento Kings 98-113 San Antonio Spurs

It was a fantastic night for San Antonio after their bench unit scored a combined 68 points. The Spurs picked on the Kings' weak defence, with Bryn Forbes leading the reserves with 23 markers. For comparison, Sacramento's bench made only 40 points.

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West is the Way to Go for NBA Online Betting!

An exciting day awaits NBA sports betting fans as the top teams from the ultra-competitive Western Conference gear up for Wednesday's nine-game slate.

Golden State, Houston and San Antonio are the teams to watch. However, there are plenty of other games to look forward to, with Denver, Portland and New Orleans also trying to make their cases as new online gambling favourites.

Oklahoma City Thunder @ Washington Wizards (January 31, 08:00 GMT+8)

After their battle last week that saw Russell Westbrook and Bradley Beal score 40-plus points each, the Thunder−Wizards matchup is expected to be another high-scoring affair. Oklahoma though appear to be in better form right now, with their core of Westbrook, Paul George and Carmelo Anthony gelling well and winning eight straight. If you're punting, picking the Thunder -3.50 @ 2.03 seems a logical move.

Brooklyn Nets @ New York Knicks (January 31, 08:30 GMT+8)

Another New York derby, another chance for the Knicks to get the W.

The Knickerbockers have won all three of their meetings this season, and they have a chance to complete the sweep with the likes of Caris LeVert and Rondae Hollis-Jefferson doubtful to play for the injury-riddled Nets. Go for the Knicks -5.50 @ 2.03.

Minnesota Timberwolves @ Toronto Raptors (January 31, 08:30 GMT+8)

Minnesota beat Toronto a couple of weeks ago, but playing the second of a back-to-back certainly puts them at a disadvantage. Adding more difficulty to the task is the fact that the Raptors have only lost FOUR times at Air Canada Centre.

With the Wolves also coming off a defeat to the Hawks, Toronto are in the best position to win and overcome a -6.00 handicap that pays at 1.86.

Cleveland Cavaliers @ Detroit Pistons (January 31, 09:00 GMT+8)

Inserting Tristan Thompson back into the starting lineup and sitting Isaiah Thomas in the final quarter worked well for the Cavs against the Pistons yesterday, so it's likely Coach Ty Lue will use the same strategy again.

Detroit, of course, aren't expected to put up much of a fight after losing eight consecutive games. At least they now have Blake Griffin.

Orlando Magic @ Houston Rockets (January 31, 09:00 GMT+8)

After their big win over Boston, Orlando have come back to earth and lost their last two. Houston, meanwhile, look as dangerous as ever with James Harden and Chris Paul giving opposing defences plenty of problems.

Sacramento Kings @ New Orleans Pelicans (January 31, 09:00 GMT+8)

New Orleans will undoubtedly miss DeMarcus Cousins' presence in this matchup. The All-Star big scored 41 and 38 points in their two meetings with Sacramento, and the Pelicans now need to find someone who can fill his void on the scoreboard.

Sure enough, the Kings will be hard to beat given that they have already surprised some heavyweights this season.

Denver Nuggets @ San Antonio Spurs (January 31, 09:30 GMT+8)

Bench scoring will be crucial for the Spurs once again here. If their reserves can perform like the way they did against Sacramento yesterday, they have a good shot at extending their streak. It should also help that they'll be playing at home against a Denver team they blew out by 32 points earlier this month.

Golden State Warriors @ Utah Jazz (January 31, 10:00 GMT+8)

Utah's defence has held up well in recent days, and they need to stay consistent on that end to make life hard for the Warriors. Stephen Curry is a game-time decision for this one, but make no mistake; the Dubs bagged a comfortable victory against the Jazz last December even without Steph.

I expect Utah to make things a little tighter, but Golden State should still be able to win on -7.50 @ 1.91.

Portland Trail Blazers @ LA Clippers (January 31, 11:30 GMT+8)

The Clips blow it all up and despite saying that they still intend to hunt for a playoff spot, it doesn't look that way. With Griffin gone, Damian Lillard and his Blazers have all the opportunity to clinch the W and climb up further the West ladder.

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Backs-to-backs Make for an Exciting Round of NBA!

Out of the eight games in the NBA tomorrow, five will feature teams playing their second of a back-to-back. Hence, betting odds will undoubtedly be tight given that there's a little bit of uncertainty in play.

Cleveland, Orlando and Brooklyn had it bad in the first game—with the Cavs even losing Kevin Love to injury—so they will hope for the best this time around. Meanwhile, New York and Portland will look to build on their momentum and delight the live betting faithful.

Memphis Grizzlies @ Indiana Pacers (February 01, 08:00 GMT+8)

Although their last meeting ended close, sports betting pundits expect this one to be one-sided. Memphis have officially shut down Mike Conley for the rest of the season, so everything is about developing their youngsters now.

With that said, Victor Oladipo and the Pacers have every opportunity to sweep the season series and solidify their playoff place in the East. Go for Indiana -7.00 @ 2.00.

Los Angeles Lakers @ Orlando Magic (February 01, 08:00 GMT+8)

Orlando have been better, but they tend to falter in close matches as seen in their loss at Indiana where they blew out a 21-point lead. The Lakers, in contrast, have been solid defensively and have shown flashes of a bright future, even taking down the Celtics and Pacers as they won four of their last five.

Charlotte Hornets @ Atlanta Hawks (February 01, 08:30 GMT+8)

Seeing Kemba Walker play the entirety of the second half in their loss to the Heat just showed the Hornets' lack of depth. They did beat Atlanta twice this season, but they can't let their guard down especially with the Hawks growing more and more confident after bagging some decent wins earlier this month. I like the chances of Atlanta winning on +2.50 @ 1.90.

Philadelphia 76ers @ Brooklyn Nets (February 01, 08:30 GMT+8)

Back-to-back losses had the Sixers barely clinging on to the East's eighth seed, so they need a win now more than ever. Brooklyn forward Jahlil Okafor would want to stop his former team from getting that precious W, though the Nets' lack of firepower won't put his hopes up. Picking Philadelphia -7.00 @ 1.95 is a no-brainer.

Miami Heat @ Cleveland Cavaliers (February 01, 08:30 GMT+8)

Love's injury is a huge blow for the Cavs as they need to find someone who can fill his 18 points per game. Having a lineup that features LeBron James and Isaiah Thomas still looks pretty good, but Miami are no pushovers considering that they are sitting at fourth and only one game behind Cleveland in the East.

New York Knicks @ Boston Celtics (February 01, 09:00 GMT+8)

The Celtics' defence has been up and down lately, barely winning against the Nuggets and losing to the Lakers. Their bench has been bad as well in the absence of Marcus Smart, so the Knicks could well exploit their inconsistencies. Moreover, the fact that New York already defeated Boston even with Kristaps Porzingis having a cold-shooting night should add more to the Knickerbockers' confidence.

I predict a close encounter here, but New York on +8.50 @ 1.90 seems a good bet to make.

Chicago Bulls @ Portland Trail Blazers (February 01, 11:00 GMT+8)

Damian Lillard continues to show us why he's an All-Star, so Portland's matchup with Chicago should just be another day in the office for him. The Bulls have lost four straight and aren't expected to put up much of a fight with Kris Dunn and Lauri Markkanen out.

Dallas Mavericks @ Phoenix Suns (February 01, 11:30 GMT+8)

Dallas may not be winning a lot; however, they have shown plenty of guts and potential as they played out some close matches in recent weeks. If they can stay consistent and aggressive on the offensive end, it's not far-fetched for them to get their revenge on Phoenix who are also struggling and lost five straight.

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Blake Griffin is a Detroit Sports Betting Darling!

Many looked forward to Blake Griffin's debut with the Detroit Pistons that betting websites got heavy traffic for their matchup with the Memphis Grizzlies. While there were other games to bet online for, it's hard to not focus on this game.

If you were one of the few who weren't glued to the Grizzlies-Pistons, you bore witness to a slew of very interesting games!

Memphis Grizzlies 102-104 Detroit Pistons

Griffin immediately showed Detroit fans why he is worth the giant trade that rattled the entire association. He scored 24 points, grabbed 10 rebounds, and dished 10 assists on his debut for Motor City. Andre Drummond and the rest of the starters chipped in double-digit performances to contain Marc Gasol.

While the game was close due to Stan Van Gundy still figuring out the rotations, it gave Pistons fans more than enough reason to look forward to at least five years with the star forward.

Toronto Raptors 119-122 Washington Wizards

The Wizards gave their fans reason to cheer as they edge closer to the Top Four of the Eastern Conference. Bradley Beal was nothing short of incredible for the hosting Wizards: he ended the night with 27 points, 6 rebounds and 6 assists on 45% shooting.

DeMar DeRozan and Kyle Lowry had 23 and 29 points respectively for the Raptors, but what did them in was a lack of production from their bench. Three of Washington's rotation players scored in double digits, helping them turn a half-time deficit into a narrow victory.

Milwaukee Bucks 89-108 Minnesota Timberwolves

This game was secured from the very first quarter alone.

Tom Thibodeau did a fantastic job in ensuring that Giannis Antetokounmpo wouldn't get a lot of easy shots, forcing him to only take 14 shot attempts in 35 minutes of action. Andrew Wiggins, Jimmy Butler and Karl-Anthony Towns then went into town and pounded the Bucks to submission.

Houston Rockets 102-91 San Antonio Spurs

The Rockets made it clear that they are the Texas ballclub that matters with this win over the Spurs.

James Harden took the PG position this game and had an outstanding outing, scoring 28 points and delivering 11 dimes. Chris Paul was only a few points shy of being a non-factor in the offence, but the rest of the team picked up the slack and secured the W.

Oklahoma City Thunder 124-127

Denver saw a thriller of a game between their Nuggets and the visiting Oklahoma City Thunder.

The first quarter was an explosion of offence, with the Nuggets leading over the Thunder 40-33. The game went in favour of the Nuggets in the subsequent quarters, but the Thunder pulled off an incredible fourth quarter. The final seconds of the game saw Paul George tie the game with only a second left in the clock, only to have Will Barton counter with a three of his own.

This game is something the Mile High City will be talking about for days.

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