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NBA All-Star Weekend Betting

NBA All-Star Game

How it Works: The NBA All-Star game is a high-octane affair. The game is split into four quarters, and generally features more scoring.
How to Bet: You can wager on the All-Star Game in 3 different ways: 1) choosing against the spread, 2) choosing the over/under point complete, or 3) choosing the MVP.
When betting the spread, you aren’t picking an outright winner or a loser. The team you choose has to win by a certain margin or not lose by that margin. For instance, at 2016, Bodog recorded the West as -5.0 favorites as well as the East as +5.0 underdogs. If you had bet on the West, then they’d have needed to win by six points for you to successfully cover the spread and win your wager. Conversely, if you’d chosen the East, they’d have had to win or lose by four points or fewer for you to cover the spread.
Deciding the over/under point overall is even more straightforward as you simply have to select whether the final score of the match will be greater (over) or lower (under) than the projected total established by the sportsbook. In 2016, Bodog set the over/under at 348.5, along with the final score of this game amounted to 369. You would have won your bet if you had chosen the above.
Choosing the most valuable player is only a matter of picking the 1 player out of the 24 competitors that you believe will win the award. Sportsbooks position the players according to their chances and assign chances that reflect their chances to win the function.
Unique Factors: The first thing you have to know about the NBA All-Star game is the fact that it is not as a basketball game and more of a 48-minute track meet. The players race down the court at breakneck speeds while displaying an almost pathological aversion to defense. Three-pointers are launched and full court alley-oops are tossed prior to the shot clock has a chance to start ticking down. The game’s outrageous speed was particularly evident in 2017 since the players combined for a record 374 points. By comparison, a regular season NBA game in 2017’s point total has been 211.

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