Now, it seemed Mario Chalmers was headed for a huge pay day in the NBA draft. But for no reason at all his draft stock plummeted and sports gambling fans were shocked to see him fall all the way to the second round. The Miami Heat snatched him up and he could very well turn out to be the online sports gambling steal of the draft.
Another second draft pick out of Alaska, Carlos Boozer didn’t do to bad for himself, and Chalmers is off to a tremendous start to this online sports gambling career in the NBA.
Playing mostly off the ball as a two-guard in college sports gambling action, the Heat drafted Chalmers with the specific intent of playing him at the point in the NBA sports gambling action. With Dwayne Wade a lock at the off-guard there were little other options for the sport gambling rookie.
But so far he’s making the most of it by scorching his NBA summer league opponents in the online sports gambling action and outshining the rest of the field. That field includes second and third year players with plenty of NBA sports gambling experience under their belts.
He’s also outplayed many player selected ahead of him including the player many online sports gambling experts expect to take the Rookie of the Year trophy, teammate Michael Beasley. But if Chalmers continues to play at this rate when the NBA regular sports gambling season rolls around he could very well take that trophy himself.
Through three games in the NBA summer league sports gambling action he has averaged 18 points, seven assists and nearly three steals a game. He’s done all that while leading the team from the point guard position and playing some dazzling defense so far in his short NBA sports gambling career.
He’s not only the star on defense, but he shut down the number one pick in the NBA sports gambling, Derek Rose, with ease in their summer league sports gambling match up. Chalmers has proven that he can play at this level and could become one of the rare second round picks to become a star in the NBA sports gambling action.