Article posted on Thursday 08 March
Article posted on Friday 13 April
After a great NBA season, the first-round of the NBA playoffs start on Saturday at 3:30 PM EST. With the best two teams of the last three seasons, the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Golden State Warriors, looking vulnerable, this year's playoffs are much more exciting than last year. Expect some tremendous first-round series with the potential for a few upsets.
As the NBA regular season boils down to the last month, there remains much to discuss before the playoffs start. The first and maybe most pressing question surrounds the Cleveland Cavaliers. After entirely overhauling their roster, are the Cleveland Cavaliers deserving of the favourites in the Eastern Conference or is this the year the Boston Celtics or Toronto Raptors finally dethrone the King? Plus Western Conference Futures and NBA Finals predictions.
The biggest and brightest stars gather in Los Angeles this weekend for the 67th edition of the NBA's All-Star weekend. The event transpires throughout the entire weekend, but the most important parts take place on Saturday and Sunday night. From who will win the slam dunk contest to how many points total will there be in the All-Star game, there are an abundant amount of betting opportunities at this year’s showcase.
Article posted on Wednesday 10 January
The NBA returns to London on Thursday, January 11 at 3:00 PM EST, with Atlantic Division rivals, the Boston Celtics and Philadelphia 76ers renewing hostilities at the O2 Arena. Fans in London hope to see two of the biggest stars in the NBA, Kyrie Irving and Joel Embiid. The East-leading Boston Celtics will try to win their third straight against the Philadelphia 76ers, who have climbed back to .500 after a dismal December.
Two months into the NBA season, the contenders have emerged. Golden State and Cleveland are joined by Boston and Houston as the top four teams to win it all in 2018. There are not the only franchises with a chance as Toronto, San Antonio and a few underdogs have a shot at an upset. Predicting the teams to represent the East and West, plus the eventual winner of the NBA Finals.
Well, last night was certainly interesting, with two blow-out wins and a comeback that prevented a blow-out win. The playoffs have delivered as promised so far, and tonight we get to watch The Celtics at the Bulls, The Rockets at The Thunder, and the Clippers at the Jazz. Let’s see how each matchup breaks down.
The NBA has 3 games on the sked for tonight. We have two of the most talked-about series in the Warriors vs Blazers, as well as the Thunder vs Rockets. We also have the series nobody cares about: The Hawks and Wizards. So who will win tonight?
The Raps have proven to straight-up suck at Game Ones, and are looking to bounce back against a very game Milwaukee team. Raptor fans and sports bettors alike will be interested in tonight's NBA action. Let's take a look at that and the other 2 games on the docket.
The NBA had a better opening weekend than the Fate of The Furious. There was a lot of quality basketball crammed into two days, and now we’re back to 2-3 games per night, to keep things digestible. Over the weekend, we saw the Spurs remind us all why they’re title favorites by pounding Memphis. Meanwhile, The Cavs reminded absolutely nobody why they’re defending champs, and almost lost to the Pacers. So how will these teams fair tonight?