Keep An Eye On NBA Overs Following All-Star Break

The NBA and all of its volatility is finally back tonight.

I’ve said many times before that betting on the NBA is extremely hard because of all the variance from night to night. Now, with teams taking a week off, the first couple of days back could be a little weird.

In the first couple of days back, there is a trend that should be considered when sifting through the madness.

The OVER sets up to be a good play coming out of the break. With teams still trying to recover from vacations and whatnot, it makes sense that defense wouldn’t be the first thing on the list of priorities.

The second part of that stat is the kicker. There are no matchups between two teams with losing records on Thursday, but there are four on Friday.

With that number all the way up at 65%, it makes those games a lot more interesting than one would expect.

As a whole, the league has been very balanced this season with point total betting. The OVER and UNDER are tied 435-435, creating an even 50/50 split this season. That makes this trend even more valuable.

Any advantage a better can get with what will most likely be -110 odds is fantastic.

The Association never fails to keep bettors on their toes, but this trend could help you get a grasp on the first few games back from break.

You can find Donnavan Smoot’s full betting record here.

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John Verrall

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