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NBA Win total Bets

Discussion in 'The Sports Book' started by NWsharp, Oct 9, 2015.

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  1. NWsharp

    NWsharp Newbie

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    I am looking to head to Las Vegas to make a few different plays on some NBA win total bets I like. Does anyone know if they keep the win total over/unders open until the start of the regular season?

    Thanks in advance!
     
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    Yu should be able to make these bets anytime until tip off of the first game
     
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    Who all do you like NW? Here's mine, numbers from Westgate as of a week ago.
    Warriors under 60.5. They were crazy lucky in health last year. Western Conference will be better.
    Sixers over 21.5, should get to about 25 or 26 wins.
    Hornets over 34.5. The cancer Stephenson is gone, added some decent players.
    Knicks under 30.5. Way too high.
    I kind of like Mavs under 37.5. They might end up tanking.
    Any others
     
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    I will be making some of these bets this weekend and haven't really done my homework yet, but two thoughts immediately jump out regarding your list:

    I have no faith in the Sixers. I am curious why you think they will show that amount of improvement?

    I would be careful with the Hornets. Stephenson is gone, but MKG is their best defender (and one of their two best open court players) and they already lost him for the season. Plus, Jefferson cannot be depended on to stay healthy. Love him when he's in there, but the offense stagnates without him.
     
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