It’s All-Star Weekend in the NBA, which is one of, if not the best All-Star events amongst the top four sports. The game is always fast-paced and fun, and with the new Elam Ending, it makes the end of the game even more exciting than it has been in years past. Check out MyBookie’s All Star odds for this Weekend’s Event.
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Since the teams have yet to be selected, let’s take what’s available to bet on during All-Star Weekend. Here are a few things that bettors may be interested in throughout the weekend:
This year’s format will be a little bit different. The All-Star Draft will take place just one hour before the All-Star game. LeBron James has secured the first overall selection in this year’s draft. With that, let’s look at the odds of which player will be selected first overall in the draft.
Luka Doncic +250
Luka has become one of the top players in the league. He’s exciting and dynamic, and even though he dominates the ball in the Dallas offense, many feel that he can excel in a game like this. He has elite passing skills and is a player many would want to play with.
Joel Embiid +350
Embiid is one of the top two big men in the league. Embiid can play inside or outside and has elite passing skills for a big man. Embiid can also run the floor, which will be to his advantage in a run-and-gun style of game.
Nikola Jokic +400
Jokic is the best big-man passer and arguably one of the best all-around passers in the game. He’s always one of the top MVP candidates, and he makes players around him better. James would love to have a player of Jokic’s talents on his team.
Kyrie Irving +475
This one may be the best bet of them all. James didn’t hide his desire for the Lakers to add Irving at the trade deadline. The Lakers didn’t get the deal done, but James is still trying to lure Irving to Los Angeles. He can become a free agent soon, and James wants to show Irving that he would love to have him in a Laker uniform.
Even though Stephen Curry is out with an injury and won’t be able to participate in this year’s event, there are still some huge names taking part. Damian Lillard and Jayson Tatum top the list of this year’s 3-Point Contest participants. Let’s look at some of the more intriguing players and their odds.
Tyrese Haliburton +450
The Indiana Pacer is very consistent from beyond the arc and has grown into one of the best shooters in the NBA. His shooting ability was initially questioned when he came into the league, and now he’s here to prove the doubters wrong.
Buddy Hield +475
Hield has the best three-point shooting percentage of any player in the contest. He’s shooting over 42% from beyond the arc this season. He wants to show the world he’s one of the best shooters.
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