Top contenders in Olympic Basketball odds at SBG Global

The Spanish side may be the second most talented roster in the Olympic basketball odds, not many teams, can match up in the Olympic sports betting.

Olympic Basketball odds usually end in one same outcome. Everyone who knows anything about Olympic basketball odds knows that the US is the team to beat in the Olympic sports betting. The Americans have the most talented roster in the Olympic basketball odds, but as we’ve seen in the past that doesn’t necessarily guarantee an Olympic sports betting win. And if any team can knock off the Americans in this year’s Olympic basketball odds it will most likely be either Spain or Argentina.

Argentina is the defending Olympic basketball odds champ and this team is very talented in its own right. While it has no Kobe Bryant or LeBron James the Argentine squad is led by Manu Ginobli, one of the top players in the NBA. But even beyond that the team knows how to play the international game and that is a huge bonus in the Olympic basketball odds competition. The team plays great defense, shoots well from the outside and dominates the paint with players like Umberto, Noccioni and Scola. This is a talented and wily team that could easily take advantage of the US squad’s weaknesses in the Olympic basketball odds competition.

But even if the Argentine team gets past the US team in the Olympic basketball odds they will have Spain to deal with. Spain enters the Olympic basketball odds competition as the reigning world champ. Add to that emergence of point guard Jose Calderon as one of the top players at that position in the Olympic basketball odds and it makes for a very formidable lineup. Spain has six players on its Olympic basketball odds roster, more than any other team except for the US Olympic basketball odds squad.

Both the Spanish and the Argentine sides have a very good shot at taking the Olympic basketball odds competition. Both are built to take advantage of US weaknesses and should be able to play the US close, if not victoriously, in the likely event that they match up in the Olympic basketball odds competition.