NBA Betting Odds Comparison

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There is no doubt that the NBA (National Basketball Association) is the greatest basketball competition on the planet. For many fans basketball and the NBA are one and the same thing. Whilst basketball is growing in popularity around the world and Europe’s Euroleague is televised in around 200 countries (including the USA), there is no doubt, none whatsoever, that the NBA is the sport’s big draw. Here we take a look at the NBA, offering an insight into its history, format, structure and the betting opportunities it offers fans of basketball betting.

If you do want to place a wager on the NBA then our live odds comparison is an invaluable aid to your adventures. It brings you the best odds from the best basketball betting bookmakers and means finding the highest price on whatever you fancy is quicker and easier than ever. If you want to bet on who will win a given game, who will be crowned outright NBA champions, have a bet on the game totals or handicaps, our odds comparison has got your back, ensuring you never waste even an ounce of basketball value.

The fast pace of basketball makes it great for betting with loads of in-play options too and with hundreds of games throughout the season you’ll never be short of some action on which to have a punt.

The NBA features 30 teams, 29 from the US and one, Toronto, from Canada. The regular season runs from October to April and is followed by the NBA Playoffs at the end of the month with the NBA champions crowned in June.

With each side playing every other team at least twice there are a total of 82 games each in the regular season, 41 home and 41 away. For basketball fans who just can’t get enough action, betting, basketball or both, the NBA even features games on Christmas Day!

There is an Eastern and Western Conference, each Conference having three Divisions of five teams, sides in each Division playing against each other four times in total. The exact structure and format of the NBA has changed over the years since its inaugural season all the way back in 1946-47 but one thing that has never changed is the unadulterated quality of the basketball, with all of the world’s best players plying their trade in the NBA.

The Boston Celtics and LA Lakers are by far the most successful sides in the history of the NBA whilst Michael Jordan’s Chicago Bulls enjoyed huge success in the 1990s, winning six NBA Championships in eight years between 1991 and 1998. In recent years it has been more open and predicting the outright NBA winner has been a little trickier but Golden State will look to defend the title they won last year, whilst the likes of the San Antonio Spurs and Cleveland are sure to push them all the way.

One thing’s for sure, there is rarely a dull moment in the NBA!