How To - NBA
To properly bet on NBA games, you need to understand the nature of the game.
- Each game consists of 4 quarters.
- The NBA tournament hosts a multitude of games each season, with each time playin one time at home and then away.
- It is important to make a note of these simple points when researching data on each team: which team is performing better at home or away; what is the average scoring points at home or away; what is the performance by quarter (some teams may perform better at beginning of the games, while othe reams may perform better towards the end)
- Check the news to see if there are injuries for each team that would affect their game performance.
- In any injuries occur, check the player profile data and perfomance along with the substitution's data performance. Extract one data from the other to understand the handicap a team will suffer.
Given that you did your homework right, you can now make a pick in terms of who will win a game or even a quarter. These picks can be used at online sports betting operators to place a waget and win (that of course if your pick is succesfull).
Below we have gathered a list of news from the NBA tournament that you can read and research. News are updated continously from different sources:
Raptors beat buzzer to hold off pesky Suns
Devin Booker scored 30 points, Deandre Ayton had 15 points and 17 rebounds, and Kelly Oubre Jr. scored 18 for the Suns.
Wizards beat Knicks in London on goaltending call
Siakam scores winning basket, Raptors beat Suns 111-109
Siakam scores winning basket as Raptors beat Suns 111-109
HIGHLIGHTS: Suns fall to Raptors at buzzer
The Phoenix Suns fell behind early in the first quarter but fought back with a big third period only to fall to the Toronto Raptors on Pascal Siakam's driving shot at the buzzer.
Austin scores 28, Samford edges past The Citadel 80-77
Brandon Austin scored a career-high 28 points, including six 3-pointers and Samford held on to defeat The Citadel 80-77, breaking a three-game losing skid
Embiid, Butler lead 76ers’ 120-96 rout of Pacers
Embiid, Butler lead 76ers' 120-96 rout of Pacers