NBA betting fans are taking caution so far this online basketball betting season with the Miami Heat. Miami opened the NBA betting season with a record of 4-4 straight up and 3-4-1 against the NBA betting lines. The Heat went under the NBA betting total in five of their first eight games.
Miami beat the NBA betting odds in just one of their first four road games while going under the NBA betting total in three out of four games to start the season. Miami ranked a decent 12th overall on the NBA betting offensive charts while ranking 11th defensively.
The Heat began the NBA betting season led by Dwyane Wade, who was averaging 28.2-points per game. Wade also led in assists with 7.6-per game. Shawn Marion was the leading rebounded with 8.5-per game. Miami has had quite a dry spell since their 2006 world championship and NBA betting fans are keeping a close eye on their development.
The Heat may still bring some potential NBA betting value in the immediate future as they are under the radar screen of many in the NBA betting public. The Toronto Raptors began the NBA betting season with a record of 4-4 straight up and 4-4 against the NBA betting lines.
Toronto went an even 4-4 over/under to start the online basketball betting season although all three of their home games went over the NBA betting total. Toronto opened the season ranked 22nd on offense and 15th on the NBA betting defensive charts.
Chris Bosh led the Raptors in scoring (24.9 per game) and rebounds (10.6 per game) to start the NBA betting season while Jose Calderon led in assists with an average of 9 per game. Toronto’s most impressive cover against the NBA betting odds this season was in an 87-94 loss at Boston as 8.5-point dogs.
The Raptors may be a team that brings NBA betting value despite the slow start as they are not lacking in talent.
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