NBA Betting Quickies

November 30, 2010 NBA Basketball

NBA betting will be handicapped different for three teams that have sign new contracts with veteran players.

Basketball betting stats tell us the latest headlines on their transfers and how their new teams will benefit from them.

Atlanta Hawks sign Jason Collins

NBA betting different now that the Atlanta Hawks have signed former Timberwolves center Jason Collins to put some salsa into their frontline. With this move, they have accomplished a more intense frontcourt. A week before this happened; the Hawks had also signed forward Joe Smith. Atlanta Hawks GM, Rick Sund, believes that eight-year veteran Collins is going to boost up the size in defense due to his 7 foot height. Collins played with New Jersey in the 2002 and 2003 finals, so this means that he has experience in postseason. Last NBA basketball betting season, Collins had action in 31 games while he was with Minnesota. He averaged 1.8 points and 2.3 rebounds.

Golden State Warriors sign Mikki Moore

Eleven year veteran, Mikki Moore, has signed a contract with the Golden State Warriors. NBA betting fans have seen this experienced center playing for many teams such as New Jersey, Detroit, Clipper, Atlanta and Seattle. Per game, this 33 year old player, averaged.9 points and 3.7 rebounds in 17.2 minutes last season. He has had action in 25 playoffs games were he averaged 6.7 points and 3.8 rebounds. Last basketball betting season Golden State had injury situations on the position that Moore would be playing. They hope to enforce the frontcourt with this new acquisition.

Boston Celtics sign Marquis Daniels

The Boston Celtics have released the NBA betting news that guard Marquis Daniels will be playing with them for this upcoming NBA season. Last basketball betting season was the best one of his six for Daniels. He averaged career highs with the Indiana Pacers. In 54 games he averaged 13.6 points and 4.6 rebounds. Before transferring to Indiana, Daniels played three seasons with the Dallas Mavericks. His overall career average is 9.4 points in 351 games. Guard starters for Celtics are Ray Allen and Rajon Rondo. Daniels and Eddie House are the perfect substitutes to come off the bench.

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