College Basketball Gambling Preseason All-Americans at SBG Global

December 1, 2010 NCAA Basketball

College basketball gambling is a game of great teams, and superstar players.

The All-American list is the gauge of who the best of the best in college basketball betting. This year, while the season hasn’t yet tipped off, the preseason All-American list is already out and contains few surprises for veteran college basketball gambling fans.

College basketball gambling’s reigning player of the year, as has been repeated a million times in most outlets, heads the list. Tyler Hansbrough was a unanimous decision. After winning last college basketball betting season’s Wooden Award and averaging 22 point and nearly 11 rebounds, why wouldn’t he be?

The rest of the slots on college basketball gambling’s most coveted preseason team are bit more debatable but all the selections to this year’s team are among the very best in college basketball betting. UCLA Darren Collison joins Hansbrough on the list and is also the only other returnee from last preseason list form last season. Collison was overshadowed by some of his younger teammates last season but this year he’s primed to lead the Bruins to a third straight college basketball gambling Final Four appearance.

Perhaps the most surprising player on this list is Stephen Curry of tiny Davidson. He’s probably the least known player among college basketball gambling fans on this list, but anyone that has seen the past two NCAA college basketball betting tournaments has seen the damage this kid can do to opposing defenses. It will be interesting to see how Curry plays against the few ranked opponents on his schedule, but there is no denying he’s one of the top scorers in college basketball gambling.

Blake Griffin, an NBA lottery pick if he would have gone to the pros last year, has returned for a second season in college basketball gambling. The Oklahoma State big man will only get better and could be the Big 12 player of the year.

Notre Dame’s Luke Harongody rounds out the starting five of this all star list. He’s not exactly a number one pro prospect but he’s absolutely dominant in college basketball gambling. He’s lethal in the paint on offense and is a rebounding machine. He could very well be the best player in college basketball gambling.

The only other player named on the ballots was Arizona State’s James Hardon, who could very well be an All-American by the college basketball gambling season end.

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