The reason seems to be quite clear, and it would be nice to give basketball betting props to the entire team, but there’s one player who really takes the cake and you all know who he is. LeBron James needs no introduction here, but some of his stats make him one of the most stellar players the NBA betting has seen in a very long time.
Basketball betting has no doubt seen a significant amount of action on the Cavs because of LeBron, and with good reason. His 52 points, 9 rebounds, and 2 blocks at the Garden against the Knicks are basketball betting numbers that haven’t been seen since Wilt Chamberlain in the 60’s. James is straight putting up Michael Jordan style numbers. He’s the best offensive player, the best defensive player, and if the game is looking grim for the Cavs, the ball goes to LeBron and he will make sure the NBA betting game is won, even if he’s got to do it by himself.
Of course, there’s no “I” in “team” and plenty of other players deserve some basketball betting credit. Otherwise, a one-man basketball betting team will run out of steam. Really, the Cavs need the rest of the team to stand up and do their part, seeing as how they fell apart against Miami in the NBA betting Conference Finals last year. The Cavaliers have an outstanding defense, and if players like Mo Williams, Anthony Parker, and Jamario Moon can pick their game up just a little bit, it should take some of the weight off LeBron’s shoulders and give the Cavs a very nice basketball betting boost.
Another subject of basketball betting conversation this year is the signing of Shaq. For a team that is already inches away from an NBA betting title, Shaq is that little extra push they will need to actually take the basketball betting title. The iron giant can, and most likely will, become the catalyst the Cavs need to get them past the Conference Finals this year in basketball betting. At +300, SBG Global has the Cavaliers behind only the LA Lakers in the basketball betting futures to win the championship.