Lebron and NBA All Star Game Odds at SBG Global

NBA All Star Game odds makers create odds for almost every facet of the annual event.

How many points will be scored in the NBA All Star Game betting game, how many people will be in attendance at the event, even down to how many fouls each player will commit during the NBA All Star Game odds action?  But one event that NBA All Star Game odds makers are following very closely and is whether or not LeBron James will another NBA All Star Game odds MVP this season.

NBA All Star Game odds fans are no doubt aware of just how good a player LeBron James is, but they might not be aware of how utterly and thoroughly he dominates the competition during the NBA All Star Game betting –even more so than during the NBA regular season.  One look at the stat sheet reveals this NBA All Star Game odds truth.

James has played in the NBA for five and a half seasons.  During that time he has played in four NBA All Star Game odds competitions and will be playing his fifth NBA All Star Game odds competition this February.  He has won two NBA All Star Game betting MVP trophies during this time.  According to the statistics, he has a 50% chance of winning the NBA All Star Game odds MVP award this year.  That in itself is a phenomenal stat, considering that no one else in the history of the NBA All Star Game odds even comes close to likelihood of winning the award.  For that matter, no one in the history of the NBA All Star Game odds can come close to comparing with the body of work that James has assembled during his brief NBA All Star Game odds career.    

Sure, there are several players with three NBA All Star Game odds MVPs and even one player with 4 NBA All Star Game odds MVPs (Bob Pettit), but none has ever won the NBA All Star Game betting award every other year that he’s played in it.  And no player has ever won one NBA All Star Game odds MVP at such a young age, let alone two of the things.  Even Michael Jordan only collected three of the NBA All Star Game odds awards during his long career.

But James is a special player who during his brief NBA All Star Game odds career is averaging just less than 25 ppg, nearly 6 assists per game, 2.5 steals a game, seven rebounds a game and shooting 54% from the field.  If that doesn’t make him the front runner for the 2009 NBA All Star Game odds MVP award, than I don’t know what would.

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