Happy All Star Weekend! The Pacers aren’t exactly well represented when Team LeBron takes on Team Durant Sunday night at 8:00 PM EST, but that doesn’t mean Indiana fans can’t take advantage of the festivities. WynnBET favors Team LeBron at 5.5 points and -225 on the money line (bet $22.50 to win $10), while the over/under is set at 322 for this All-Star game.
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NBA All-Star Game Prediction
Before we get into it, let’s make sure we understand the rules. The NBA is using the “Elam Ending” rules for the third year in a row, meaning a team must hit a target score in the fourth quarter to win. That goal score is determined after 45 minutes and the first team to reach its goal wins, point out.
Team LeBron definitely has an advantage on paper. They have the King himself, Giannis Antetokounmpo, Stephen Curry, DeMar DeRozan, Nikola Jokic, Luka Doncic, Darius Garland, Chris Paul, Jimmy Butler, Donovan Mitchell, Fred VanVleet and James Harden.
Kevin Durant will not play while recovering from injury so his team includes Joel Embiid, Ja Morant, Jayson Tatum, Trae Young, Andrew Wiggins, Devin Booker, Karl-Anthony Towns, Zach LaVine, Dejounte Murray, Khris Middleton, LaMelo Ball and Rudy Gobert.
Yes, LeBron may have learned a thing or two from all those years as a “shadow GM” because his team is stacked. When Luka gets off the couch, you know you’ve done something right.
The only way I see Team Durant hanging out here is if, well, the players treat this like the All-Star game it is and don’t care much about it. They’re in Cleveland so nightlife probably won’t be a big factor, but this is still a pointless exhibit in the middle of a long season. Does that make us degenerate to bet on it? Probably. Are we still going to bet on it? Secure.
I think Team LeBron just has way too much talent for Team Durant. With one of the best All-Star rosters ever put together, I expect Team LeBron to have built such a lead in Q4 that they will cover despite the strange rules.
I’m taking Team LeBron -5.5 (-110) in this one, but I’m also taking the under 322 (-110). I know what you’re thinking. The bottom!? In an All-Star game!? Yes, and that’s because of these rules. Both last two games went under the total thanks to a low scoring fourth quarter.
Last year, only 49 points were scored in the final period, after an average of more than 90 in the first three. The year before, only 53 runs were scored in the fourth, while the first three averaged over 85 runs. That means there is also a live under in play here and I would keep an eye on the live odds in case you can snipe a high number early on.
Let’s enjoy the party and the buckets, but not too much.
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