NBA All Star Game betting will feature the 12 best basketball players on the face of the planet.
What’s more, anyone that bets on the NBA All Star Game odds will likely be betting on some of the best players ever to suit for an NBA All Star Game betting contest. But one player, who could very well be the best player on the court during the NBA All Star Game betting show down, is too often overlooked and that player is Chris Paul.
NBA All Star Game betting voters recognized enough of his talent to vote him into the starting lineup for the upcoming NBA All Star Game odds contest. But he was an obvious choice based on his stats and it’s likely that many of the NBA All Star Game betting fans and still fail to give him the proper credit that he is due. Paul, while leading an awfully good New Orleans team, is putting up some of the best numbers ever by a point guard and more than deserves to be in the NBA All Star Game betting starting lineup.
Paul has been turning heads for several years now in the league and this is hardly his first appearance in the NBA All Star Game odds competition. But because he doesn’t have any highlight dunks and doesn’t average 30 points a game he has flown somewhat under the NBA All Star Game betting radar. This can’t last forever though and this could be the year that Paul captures his first NBA All Star Game betting MVP award and puts himself on the map.
Consider that he’s averaging over 20 points a game leading the league in assists (11.1 per game) and steals (2.8 a game) and it’s easy to see why he’s the top point guard in the NBA All Star Game betting and the league. No point guard has ever put up numbers like that in a long time and that’s why so many NBA All Star Game odds makers are expecting big things from him this NBA All Star Game betting contest.
It’s very difficult for a point guard to win an NBA All Star Game betting MVP because most of the time they’re busy feeding their teammates, as the NBA All Star Game betting show down demands. But if anyone can pull this off, it’s Paul. Don’t be surprised to see Paul dishes out 20 assists or more and become the first point guard in many a years to win the NBA All Star Game betting MVP award.
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