Bet On The NBA Champion Now

Bet On The NBA Champion Now

Place a bet on the 2018 NBA Champion winner now to lock in the best odds using sites like Amazing.Bet. Because as of right now, not even the Golden State Warriors are a lock to three-repeat after going through a recent three game losing streak enabling the Portland Trail Blazers to take over the number one seed in the Western Conference if the 2019 playoffs began today. The recent spat between all-everything Kevin Durant and all-attitude Draymond Green has caused a team rift the size of a California fissure when mixed in with the six games and counting groin injury to former MVP, Steph Curry. The West is loaded while the Eastern Conference has maybe five teams that could pull off the finals upset, at least on paper. A great time to bet if you are located in Nevada, New Jersey, Delaware or Mississippi where sporting betting is now legal, with more states soon to join in on the online wagering risk and fun, could be yours to make.

A great time to bet if you are located in Nevada, New Jersey, Delaware or Mississippi where sporting betting is now legal, with more states soon to join in on the online wagering risk and fun, could be yours to make.

NBA West

To give perspective about the West, the last play-off seed right now is the New Orleans Pelicans led by the best big-man in professional basketball, Anthony Davis. They are the kind of team no one wants to face in the first round of the playoffs and beyond.

Could the passing of beloved Blazers owner Paul Allen be enough to drive this guard heavy team to a Championship most odds makers, experts and fans are not expecting?

Is the four-years running and a possible fifth-year of dominance by DubNation soon to be over out West? Word is KD wants to be a N.Y. Knick next year and help the struggling franchise to their first NBA title since 1973. Klay Thompson may join fellow All-Star LeBron James on the Los Angeles Lakers next season in Hollywood nearby where he grew up after becoming a free-agent next year. The move from Oracle Arena in Oakland to San Francisco and the new $1 billion self-funded, state-of-the-art facility might be enough incentive to keep this legendary squad together but that depends how the rest of this year plays out which is anyone’s guess making a bet or two all that more enticing to wise  punters.

The Houston Rockets have not played well thus far but getting rid of Carmelo Anthony should help them in both the short and long term. Even though they are the tenth seed right now, the Rockets are most likely playoff bound behind the amazing James Harden and driven CP3 so the odds are perhaps the lowest they will get when placing a wager on them to win it all.

The Memphis Grizzles are currently in third place but you can pretty much count them out, unless you want to lay down some money and get huge odds. The same can be said for the LA Clippers in fourth place.

Oklahoma City Thunder led by scoring machine Russell Westbrook and the Denver Nuggets sit at the 5 and 6 seeds respectively. Both teams can light up the scoreboard making them sexy and lucrative picks to bet on.

The new ShowTime in L.A. has righted the ship and is fun to watch again. Can LeBron do what he did in Miami and Cleveland and will this young team to a dream season championship run as they sit in seventh place after starting the season on self-destruct?

The San Antonio Spurs are always tough behind seasoned Hall of Fame coach Pops while led by DeMar DeRozen and LaMarcus Aldridge. Will they crawl out of the ninth seed and onto the postseason? Many will bet on that happening but to win a championship is another matter.

The Utah Jazz has serious talent like the Sacramento Kings but perhaps not enough to seriously contend, yet. Might the Minnesota Timberwolves get their act together and do damage the second half of the season after trading away Jimmy Butler to the Philadelphia 76er’s?

NBA East

Chances are the East will be represented by a young and hungry team like the Boston Celtics or Sixers since the LeBron-less Cleveland Cavaliers are lottery bound after four straight finals and one title.

The Celtics have a deep and talented team ready-made for a deep playoff run featuring Kyrie Irving, Gordon Hayward, Jason Tatum, and Jaylen Brown.  The 76ers match them with all-star Butler together with budding superstars Ben Simmons and Joel Embid, along with X factor, former number one draft pick, Markelle Fultz.

The Greek Freak, Giannis Antetokounmpo, might be the best player on the planet making the Milwaukee Bucks a real contender. The top seed right now in the East are the Toronto Raptors led by injury-free for now, Kawhi Leonard. Both teams need other players to have career years to win an NBA Championship but it could happen.

The Indiana Pacers and Detroit Pistons are good but not good enough to truly be a factor to win it all, right.

Sports Techie, right means no one knows who the next NBA Champion will be. Placing a bet now is going to lock in odds that could pay off big come the Finals. Use sports technology like an a sport app or place a wager online to get the ball rolling.

Remember; do not bet money you cannot afford to lose, and, there can be only one Champion.

The odds are in your favor right now to possibly win large should you analyze the NBA right.

The world of sports tech makes it all so.

See ya later sportstechie in Seattle, Atlanta and around the world!

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