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Online Sports Gambling - NBA West Playoff Lineup Set

Online sports gambling anticipation continues to grow for the upcoming NBA playoffs which will feature an impressive lineup of Western Conference teams.

Online sports gambling fans will of course give their first look to the defending world champion Los Angeles Lakers, who will be the prohibitive sports gambling chalk. The Lakers have it all from the top seed and best record in the West to the biggest name in the game with Kobe Bryant and the most successful coach of any sport in online sports gambling with Phil Jackson.

The problem with all of that, however, is that the general public will be all over the Lakers, driving up their costs and making them into a poor value and overlay that will win straight up games while losing cash.

The Dallas Mavericks recovered to have a strong rebound of a season as Southwest Division champions and will be either a two or three seed.  Dallas Has become a better balanced team this year and has one of the top scorers in the game with Dirk Nowitzki.

The Denver Nuggets were Western Conference Finalists last year and were expected to be one of the top contenders in the online sports gambling playoffs for 2010.

Carmelo Anthony, Chauncey Billups, and Nene make that possible but head coach George Karl’s cancer treatments may keep him away from some early round games and may be a distraction.

One of the most consistent teams in basketball betting through the years has been the Utah Jazz and they will again be a 50+ win playoff team in the West.  Utah features one of the top offenses in the game.

Speaking off offense, there is none better in online sports gambling than the Phoenix Suns who were the highest scoring team in the NBA.  Phoenix will make a return to the online sports gambling post season after missing last year.

Phoenix returned to their run and gun style and it paid off handsomely as they were one of the most profitable teams on the board.

The other online sports gambling playoff teams will be the young-up-and-coming Oklahoma City Thunder, veteran mainstay San Antonio Spurs, and the Portland Trailblazers.