NBA players' use of social media is such a problem that Sixers players have to put their phones in a bag during team meals
- NBA News
- October 1, 2018
Find out the latest news and rumors about the National Basketball Association (NBA), the most gainful and prestigious basketball league in the world! Before placing a bet on your favorite basketball team, make sure you check out this section. We deliver the news that will bring you only winning bets!
Established in 1949, the National Basketball Association (NBA) is a men’s professional basketball League formed in the United States by the merger of two rival organizations, the National Basketball League (NBL) and the Basketball Association of America (BAA). The NBA is one of the big four major professional sports leagues in the United States and Canada, along with the Major League Baseball (MLB), the National Football League (NFL) and the National Hockey League (NHL). It is also an active member of USA Basketball (USAB), the national governing body for basketball in the United States.
With 29 teams from the United States and one team from Canada (the Toronto Raptors) across two conferences, and six divisions; as their motto states, the NBA is “Where amazing happens”. The top two most successful teams are the Boston Celtics, with a total of 17 titles and the Los Angeles Lakers (the former Minneapolis), with 16 titles. However, as a bettor, there will be no dull moment for you, no matter which your favorite team is.
NBA Star players
Among the NBA star players are: LeBron James (Los Angeles Lakers), the global icon of the League; Kobe Bryant (Los Angeles Lakers), who won five titles with the Lakers; Carmelo Anthony (Houston Rockets), Kevin Durant (Golden State Warriors) and Chris Paul (Houston Rockets). Of course, these are only of the few greatest players from the league who are still active, but let’s keep in mind that the NBA has an endless list of Hall of Famers. Plus, who knows what the NBA G League will bring in the near future? I guess we’ll never know, but stay tuned, because we keep an eye on everything and you’ll be the first one to find out all the latest NBA news!
According to the NBA format, from October to April, each team has to play 82 games around the country. At the end of the season, the winners of the three divisions, as well as the team with the next best record, gain the top four seeds in the conference; while the next four teams are given the remaining places in the playoffs. After that, in each conference there will be an eight-team knockout format which takes the winners of the Eastern and Western conferences straight to the NBA Finals. In other words, believe us, there will be a lot of events to bet on, so stay close! We are here to ensure your bets will bring you a lot of money.
The 2019 NBA trade deadline may have come and gone, but the wheeling and dealing is far from over. Every year we see late roster additions through the buyout market, and this year will be no exception. Several players have already been waived, allowing them to become free agents who can sign with any team.READ MORE
Like Abdul-Jabbar, and like Davis, Barry also forced a trade. Back in his ABA days, he made it known that when the Washington Caps were moving to Norfolk, Virginia, he wanted no part of playing there. So Barry got traded to the New York Nets, the entire trade “saga” lasting no more than a weekREAD MORE
Freshman sensation Zion Williamson, the superstar talent playing his first (and presumably only) college basketball season at Duke, is the favorite for a number of things. He’s the fan favorite, with his highlight reel dunks; He’s the favorite to win Player of the Year honors; And he’s the favorite to be taken No. 1 overallREAD MORE
The 2019 NBA All-Star Game is in the books, and once again, the new format didn’t disappoint. After taking the first half to show out and make highlights, things got serious even earlier than last season’s edition. Team LeBron turned up the heat in the second half to flip a 20-point deficit into a 178-164READ MORE
LeBron James and Dwyane Wade have a long history of setting each other up on the court. In the third quarter of Sunday’s NBA All-Star Game, James and Wade found themselves in a 2-on-1 break against Kemba Walker. For old time’s sake, Wade threw a picture perfect pass off the backboard and James threw downREAD MORE
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Dell Curry had just been honored as the 2019 Hometown Hero at All-Star Weekend, and the award presentation to the popular sharpshooter-turned-broadcaster for the Charlotte Hornets was extra-special because his three children — NBA players Steph and Seth Curry, and daughter Sydel — were on stage to make it. Moments later, though,READ MORE
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