Kentucky Wildcats Will Have Big Impact on 2010-11 NBA Offshore Wagering
Whatever the case may be, and whoever the losers in this year’s NBA betting draft may be, the winner was definitely the University of Kentucky.
For the first time in history of offshore wagering the University of Kentucky had a player taken #1 overall when PG and SEC Player of the Year John Wall was the first player selected in this year’s NBA draft by the Washington Wizards? This pick was hardly a surprise as Wall was clearly the best player available and the position of PG is always valued at a premium and teams are more likely to take a chance on a PG in the NBA online wagering competition even if he’s only a freshman with one year of college basketball betting action under his belt.
But the real victory for the Wildcats in this year’s NBA draft was the fact that five of its players were taken in the first round –the first time such a thing has happened in the history of basketball betting. Credit is due to Coach John Callapari who did a helluva job recruiting the talent that will be departing from Lexington for the NBA online wagering competition.
Part of Kentucky’s success in getting its players drafted also has to do with the relative weakness of the 2010 NBA draft class as well. Be that as it may it’s a great honor for the school to have bench players taken in the first round of the basketball betting draft and five in total. If offshore wagering companies’ betting sites kept odds on such things the probability would have astronomical.
And with five players going in the top 30 picks online wagering fans are going to see plenty of Wildcats on the floor when the 2010-11 NBA betting season begins. First round selections in the NBA draft are spent on players that team’s expect to contribute immediately. So if you’re looking to engage in some basketball betting on offshore wagering companies’ websites on NBA games next season you’re very likely to see some Kentucky alums on the court.