NBA All Star Game Odds are Always Difficult at SBG Global

November 30, 2010 NBA Basketball

NBA All Star Game odds are always a tough betting line to try and wager.

The reason for this is that there is very little sample size for which people thinking of trying their hand at NBA All Star Game betting can reference for comparison.  The truth is that the two NBA All Star Game odds squads get together only once a year and even at that the composition of the NBA All Star Game odds teams changes from year to year so you never really know what to expect when the NBA All Star Game odds are rolled out.
           
NBA All Star Game odds makers certainly have their hands full when it comes time to try and pick a winner in the annual NBA All Star Game odds betting.  However, that’s not to say that the task is impossible.  In fact, for the savvy NBA All Star Game betting fan that is willing and able to go the extra mile in terms of researching the NBA All Star Game odds, there are several indicators you reference that will likely yield positive information when trying to bet on the NBA All Star Game odds.
           
One thing to look at on an NBA All Star Game betting squad is the continuity advantage.  For example, which squad’s players have the most experience playing together?  The obvious reference point for this NBA All Star Game odds information is whether or not there are any teammates selected to the East or West NBA All Star Game odds squads.  This year there isn’t so you’ve got to dig a bit deeper for this type of NBA All Star Game odds info.  On the East squad, two of the starters, Dwayne Wade and LeBron James, both played together on the USA national team on the Olympics and are obviously very adept at playing together.   This will no doubt be a huge advantage in the upcoming NBA All Star Game odds show down for the East, at least when these two players on the court together.
           
Another factor to take into consideration is point guard position.  In a game like the NBA All Star Game odds battle, where everyone needs to get their shots it is critical to have a good ball distributor.  And since defense is a mere afterthought in the competition, the team that can distribute the ball the best (i.e the best point guard) generally wins the NBA All Star Game odds match up.

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