NBA betting

A 2nd Half NBA strategy every bettor should follow

by John Ewing • November 27, 2017

Question, during Thanksgiving did you limit yourself to just turkey and pumpkin pie? Of course not, you loaded your plate with mashed potatoes, dinner rolls, corn, stuffing, gravy and green bean casserole, not to mention all the delicious pies available on Turkey Day. So why do bettors stick to just the full game spread and […]


Betting Strategies for Game 1 in the NBA

by John Ewing • October 16, 2017

The 2017-18 NBA season tips on Tuesday night with a pair of must-watch games. The Cavs (-3) are small favorites at home against the Celtics after trading Kyrie Irving to Boston in the offseason and the defending champion Warriors are 9-point favorites over the retooled Rockets. If you’re going to bet these games, and you […]


NBA eliminates 4 games in 5 nights and that sucks for bettors!

by John Ewing • August 16, 2017

The NBA released its schedule for upcoming 2017-18 season. The league made it a priority to give players more days of rest between games. By starting the season a week early the NBA was able to eliminate four games in five nights and that sucks for bettors! For the first time in league history no […]


Don’t Overreact to a Bad Loss

by John Ewing • January 23, 2017

The Los Angeles Lakers suffered the worst loss in franchise history when the Dallas Mavericks routed the Lakers 122-73 on Sunday. The 49 point drubbing is the worst defeat this season. How do teams perform after being blown out? First, losses by 40 or more points don’t happen that often. Since 2004, there have been […]