Just when you thought there couldn’t be any more action on the board, the NBA is back and we are ready to pounce. No sports league has grown more in popularity over the last fifteen years than the NBA. Combined with the explosion in legal sports betting and gravitation towards player props, and we have more bets on a NBA season than any other sport.
Every new season brings rule changes, stars in new places and a defending champion trying to figure out the secret to repeating. This year brings a brand new twist that no one really knows how it will be received – the “In Season Tournament.” Personally, I think multi-millionaires battling it out of some extra cash and a meaningless trophy in the middle of the year is a ridiculously dumb idea. But, I have been wrong before. Maybe it will bring added interest and new viewers – which we know means more money to the league – and means it is likely here to stay.
On the floor, Damian Lillard joins Giannis in Milwaukee to form the best inside outside duo since Shaq and Kobe. The Celtics retooled and the Warriors kept the band together and added an aging backup singer in CP3. Who knows where James Harden will be playing by the end of the year and frankly, who cares. And in Denver, Jokic Mania is alive and well as the Nuggets try to bring Denver a second title.
I have been betting the NBA for over a decade and the results speak for themselves. There are plenty of services out there that tout their football prowess and after they’ve cost you money, they will tell you, by the way we also do NBA. Not KrackWins. The true test of medal is to track a large sample size. Since I started KrackWins over 4 years ago, members have gone approximately 59% on NBA plays. We focus on totals and player props which are fare more beatable than NBA sides. Jump on board now and enjoy winning months of NBA plays all the way to the Finals in June.
NBA Betting Primer
Here again are my best tips for winning in the NBA market:
Bankroll Management is Crucial
Bankroll management and staying disciplined is always important, but even more so in the NBA where 30 teams playing an 82 game schedule = 1230 games a year. With a lot of action to be had each night, you will need a good understanding of your overall bankroll and, in turn, what your standard bet will be based on the balance.
Player Injury and Rest Information
Stay Informed on player injury and rest/load management updates. The NBA, more than any other league, is = driven by its stars. Because of that, players are granted much more latitude when it comes to taking nights off. These decisions are key to determining the value on a possible play. Injury and load management announcements are often not made until just hours before game time. We always stay apprised of injuries and scheduling abnormalities that could lead to rest of key players.
Volume = Opportunity
The beauty of the NBA is that there are 30 teams, playing 82 games this season. That means you get a lot of information on teams that you can apply to a lot of action over the course of the season. How certain teams play and defend against other teams comes into play, as teams will face each other multiple times over the course of a season. These are advantages you just don’t get in football. The advantage in my totals exist from game 1 to game 82. It is very important to follow my bankroll management scale, as we will have action almost every single day. Stay disciplined and remember that it’s a marathon not a sprint. Keep that in mind and we will help you win in the NBA this season.