NBA All-Star Weekend has officially taken place and the climax will be the match between Team LeBron and Team Durant. This is the fourth time LeBron James has been able to draft his team, while Kevin Durant is making his first appearance as the GM All-Star.
This game is all about the highlights. For most of the game, expect headbutts, deep jabs, and lots of play you’ve never seen in a regular NBA game. With Elam Ending underway, the fourth half has a chance to be a tight contested match.
Team LeBron won the championship four years in a row. Is this the year they were eliminated?
Here are the odds for the last match WynnBET.
In theory, team LeBron is the better team. Durant’s team is having a headache because leader Kevin Durant will not play due to a knee injury. On top of that, his starting lineup is significantly younger than Team LeBron’s and is packed with “almost superstar” players.
With Steph Curry, Giannis Antetokounmpo and Nikola Jokic alongside James, this team has the advantage of MVP candidates and outstanding potential. Not having Durant is a big deal. Team Durant will have to rely on younger stars to capitalize on this game and try to make their mark on this game.
As long as the game ends by the end of the third quarter, Team Durant has a chance. What’s not so good for them, though, is that they have Andrew Wiggins and some of the smaller stars in this game.
Due to insufficient size and star power, I will have to choose Team LeBron.
Lean: Team LeBron -5.5 (-110)
https://fansided.com/betsided/posts/2022-nba-all-star-game-prediction-and-odds-team-lebron-has-clear-advantage?utm_source=RSS NBA All Star 2022 Match Prediction and Rate (Team LeBron has a clear advantage)