The National Basketball Association, or NBA, is one of the most popular forms of sports wagering. The reason is simple - basketball betting is easy, profitable, and thrilling. In addition, the antics of big names like LeBron James and Kobe Bryant only draw more interest to the game. NBA sports betting can be a fun and rewarding experience, especially when playing at a trusted and reputable online betting site like BetOnline.
At BetOnline, we take wagers on all NBA basketball events. You name it; we got it. With us, you can now beat the odds, enjoy the latest lines and make money with NBA online betting. We are a Sportsbook that offers a wide variety of betting options and rewards, including signup bonuses, regular promotions and so much more.
At BetOnline we offer various NBA betting options:
Points spread - This is also called the line or spread. A point spread is the number odds makers or Sportsbooks choose that will generate equal interest in both the favorite and underdog teams.
Total – This is also called the over/under bet, and is the number of points odds makers predict will be scored in a NBA game by both teams combined.
Money line – Although money lines is more commonly used in baseball and hockey wagering, it is popular for picking underdog teams in basketball. There is no point spread attached to the money line. This means the team you bet on must just win the game, not win by a certain number of points.
Futures – Future betting is common in basketball games and means betting on a future event. Odds makers will update and change future odds throughout the year based on the current state of events, i.e. winning streaks, injuries etc.
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