NBA Finals betting odds can be wagered on at anytime at an online sportsbook. The NBA Finals are being covered in 205 countries and in 46 languages. Technology has definitely made following NBA Finals odds much easier than in the past.
NBA Finals odds are even more popular than normal in 2008 with the Celtics and the Lakers. Their rivalry is perhaps the most storied in NBA Finals betting odds history. The popularity of NBA Finals odds in 2008 has also carried over to websites. NBA.com has reported that they had their largest number of visits during Game One of the NBA Finals. In fact, the site had over 5 million hits in that single day, the most ever for a sports web site in a day. It is estimated that 55 million fans will visit the website during NBA Finals odds action.
If you can’t watch NBA Finals odds action on television on ABC or another network around the world you can watch video at the NBA’s site. This gives you a way to watch NBA Finals betting odds live or after the game has already been played. It is always nice when researching NBA Finals odds to be able to go back and watch a game.
There has never been a more common matchup in NBA Finals odds history than the Celtics and the Lakers. They have met 10 times in the past with the Celtics winning eight of the 10 NBA Finals odds matchups. The Lakers, however, have won the last two NBA Finals betting odds matchups. They were also favored in NBA Finals odds in the 2008 Finals despite the fact that they did not have home court advantage. NBA Finals odds have the series going 2-3-2 with the Celtics having home court in the first two and last two games of the series. The Lakers will have home court for three straight games in the middle of the series but only twice in history has a team won all three home games with the 2-3-2 format.