Unfortunately, the Milwaukee Bucks seem to be on the losing end of the unbalanced matchups. Last season they did pretty poorly, finishing 12th in the Conference, and 21st in the NBA betting league.
What do the Bucks have going for them in the 2009-2010 NBA betting season? Assists. There are very few teams out there that you can say are very good at assisting goals, but the Bucks are one of them. At the end of the 2008-2009 NBA betting season, the Bucks finished in 7th place as far as assists, with 22 per game. The Bucks are also a team of very young players. Luc Mbah a Moute is 23, Brandon Jennings is a mere 20 years old. But that doesn’t take away from the fact that these players are the NBA betting future of the team.
One of the top basketball betting players on the Bucks’ offense is Michael Redd. Though he wasn’t present for a good 50 games, he still scored about 700 points last season, the 4th most in the team. Imagine if he had played all 82. He would have rocked the NBA betting scoreboards.
The Bucks could surprise us this NBA betting season, but given their faults, such as their terrible rebounding skills and their soft defense, it may not be very likely. Ranking almost last in field goal percentage (44.5%, 27th place) and 20th in the NBA betting as far as rebounding, the Bucks are quite the basketball betting pushover. Their top rebounder was Charlie Villanueva, averaging about 6.7 per game. But now that he’s moved to the Pistons, Mbah a Moute is their top rebounder, averaging just under 6. With numbers like that, the whole team is going to have to step up if they want to finish better than 5th in the NBA betting division.
SBG Global’s basketball betting futures odds have the Milwaukee Bucks at 200 to 1 odds to win the NBA Championship title. Don’t expect a stellar NBA betting performance.