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    AustralianBettingJohn Walker

    We are in another exciting season of NBA basketball action and as 2015 came to a close we have to start looking towards the NBA playoffs. There are a ton of NBA teams which can make doing any analysis on each season a bit of a project so we have narrowed it down to 5 teams you need to really be watching.

    1. Golden State Warriors
    2. San Antonio Spurs
    3. Oklahoma City Thunder
    4. Chicago Bulls
    5. Toronto Raptors

    Now that you have our top 5 picks for what teams are hot as we near playoffs you don’t have to work so hard with crunching those stats.

    What teams are you closely watching this NBA 2015/2016 season?


    Golden State is overrated. LaMarcus Aldridge, Kawhi Leonard, and Tony Parker are going to make the other teams up there fall on their knees and do the “We’re not worthy” routine from Wayne’s World. I’m saying this without even being a Spurs fan, just so everyone here knows. Anyways, Spurs have about 5 big names from the league on their team which means a lot when you want to rest a player or keep someone from fouling out. Some of these other teams rely too much on one or two people to get the job done.


    I hope you’re not saying the Warriors rely on one or two players. They easily have one of the best lineups in the league.
    Draymond Green
    Andrew Bogut
    Stephen Curry
    Andre Iguodala
    Jason Thompson
    Shaun Livingston
    I can dish out names too and the players on my list easily match up against your roster. The Spurs are a great team. I’m not saying they are not but Golden State just seems to have the edge right now.

    If you’re actually going to be betting on either of these teams you’ll need to know more than just names. You’ll need to actually dig through their personal stats and line everyone up against each other.


    While I’ve generally tried to move into other basketball leagues for my betting the NBA is one of the easier places to make money because I find there are less surprises. I always follow the top 3 teams. Mostly because they are the easiest to get news and coverage on. I can find stats for any site but I don’t want to have to dig to find out who’s injured and what’s happening on the bench.

    I’ve been watching mostly Golden State, Spurs, and Raptors myself.

    How many of you are generally betting on middle to low ranking teams? I can’t seem to find good numbers for middle ranking teams that let me justify betting on most of their games. Maybe you blokes have a better system?

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