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NBA Odds: Instant Underdog Miami Makes for Compelling Betting Option

Newton’s Third Law reveals that for every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction. When it comes to betting on the NBA, such an observation is worth repeating. Everybody under the sun has discussed how the addition of LeBron James to the Cleveland Cavaliers makes the franchise a legitimate title contender, but we shouldn’t dismiss how the rest of the league is reacting.

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While the Cavs have shot up to the top of the sportsbook (3/1 to win the NBA championship), the Miami Heat, who reigned supreme there up until the day of the Decision, has fallen down the list.

The Heat managed to retain Chris Bosh and Dwyane Wade while adding solid fringe stars like Luol Deng and Josh McRoberts, but is that enough for basketball fans to take a wager on the team’s 25/1 odds of going all the way?

The offseason definitely wasn’t a success in South Beach, but the team shouldn’t be ruled out as an Eastern Conference contender. Consider them a team in limbo while the landscape of the league readjusts in 2014-2015. Take advantage of the uncertainty by betting on the NBA before the dust settles.

Get your NBA odds at Bovada today.

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NBA Betting: Wayward Pacers Face Pivotal Moment in 2014-2015

The Miami Heat regressed from perennial playoff contenders to a fringe Eastern Conference power shrouded in mystery, but they’re not the only team whose NBA odds took a hit during the offseason.

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This time last year it looked as though the Indiana Pacers were the NBA’s answer to the Miami Heat dynasty. While the Big Three may no longer be a threat, they weren’t exactly dethroned by Indy.

After a disappointing collapse in 2013-2014, the Pacers are just 18/1 to win the NBA championship in 2015. Only time will tell if Roy Hibbert will be as ineffective as he looked last season, and if the loss of Lance Stepenson will hurt as much as some suggest.

Get your NBA odds at Bovada today.

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NBA Odds: Wild Offseason Adds New Dimension to 2014-2015 Basketball Betting

Make no mistake, the NBA is changing. While the power at the top of the league shifts, opportunities present themselves to those looking to bet on basketball. There is only one way to find out if the Cavs will hit the ground running, and if teams like Miami and Indiana, short-list contenders in 2013-2014, can recover from their terrible offseasons. NBA’s next season can’t come soon enough.

Get your NBA odds at Bovada today.

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The Miami Heat has hogged the top of the sportsbook for much of the past half-decade, but this year they are just 25/1 to win the NBA championship. On one hand, the franchise lost cornerstone LeBron James, but on the other, they gained the services of Luol Deng and Josh McRoberts. Can the Heat surprise us in 2014-2015?

Get your NBA odds at Bovada today.
Raise your game.

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The Indiana Pacers were legitimate contenders this time last offseason, but a wretched 2013-2014 campaign has the NBA betting community reconsidering Indiana’s value in the sportsbook. Until the Pacers can prove themselves, they are just 18/1 to win the championship.

Get your NBA odds at Bovada today.
Raise your game.

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Not all teams have increased their NBA odds this summer. With teams like Miami and Indiana suffering setbacks, are there valuable opportunities to consider further down in the sportsbook?

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Raise your game.

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<p><strong>NBA Odds: Instant Underdog Miami Makes for Compelling Betting Option</strong><strong> </strong></p>
<p>Newton’s Third Law reveals that for every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction. When it comes to betting on the NBA, such an observation is worth repeating. Everybody under the sun has discussed how the addition of LeBron James to the Cleveland Cavaliers makes the franchise a legitimate title contender, but we shouldn’t dismiss how the rest of the league is reacting. </p>
<p class="style1">Bet on basketball at Bovada and get a free 50% bonus. </p>
<p>While the Cavs have shot up to the top of the sportsbook (3/1 to win the NBA championship), the Miami Heat, who reigned supreme there up until the day of the Decision, has fallen down the list. </p>
<p>The Heat managed to retain Chris Bosh and Dwyane Wade while adding solid fringe stars like Luol Deng and Josh McRoberts, but is that enough for basketball fans to take a wager on the team’s 25/1 odds of going all the way? </p>
<p>The offseason definitely wasn’t a success in South Beach, but the team shouldn’t be ruled out as an Eastern Conference contender. Consider them a team in limbo while the landscape of the league readjusts in 2014-2015. Take advantage of the uncertainty by betting on the NBA before the dust settles. </p>
<p class="style1">Get your NBA odds at Bovada today. </p>
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<p>Write-up (100 words) </p>
<p><strong>NBA Betting: Wayward Pacers Face Pivotal Moment in 2014-2015</strong> </p>
<p>The Miami Heat regressed from perennial playoff contenders to a fringe Eastern Conference power shrouded in mystery, but they’re not the only team whose NBA odds took a hit during the offseason. </p>
<p class="style1">Bet on basketball at Bovada and get a free 50% bonus. </p>
<p>This time last year it looked as though the Indiana Pacers were the NBA’s answer to the Miami Heat dynasty. While the Big Three may no longer be a threat, they weren’t exactly dethroned by Indy. </p>
<p>After a disappointing collapse in 2013-2014, the Pacers are just 18/1 to win the NBA championship in 2015. Only time will tell if Roy Hibbert will be as ineffective as he looked last season, and if the loss of Lance Stepenson will hurt as much as some suggest. </p>
<p class="style1">Get your NBA odds at Bovada today. </p>
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<p>Write-up (50 words) </p>
<p><strong>NBA Odds: Wild Offseason Adds New Dimension to 2014-2015 Basketball Betting</strong> </p>
<p>Make no mistake, the NBA is changing. While the power at the top of the league shifts, opportunities present themselves to those looking to bet on basketball. There is only one way to find out if the Cavs will hit the ground running, and if teams like Miami and Indiana, short-list contenders in 2013-2014, can recover from their terrible offseasons. NBA’s next season can’t come soon enough. </p>
<p class="style1">Get your NBA odds at Bovada today. </p>
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<p>The Miami Heat has hogged the top of the sportsbook for much of the past half-decade, but this year they are just 25/1 to win the NBA championship. On one hand, the franchise lost cornerstone LeBron James, but on the other, they gained the services of Luol Deng and Josh McRoberts. Can the Heat surprise us in 2014-2015? </p>
<p><span class="style2"><strong>Get your NBA odds at Bovada today.</strong> <br />
<strong>Raise your game.</strong></span> </p>
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<p>The Indiana Pacers were legitimate contenders this time last offseason, but a wretched 2013-2014 campaign has the NBA betting community reconsidering Indiana’s value in the sportsbook. Until the Pacers can prove themselves, they are just 18/1 to win the championship. </p>
<p><span class="style2"><strong>Get your NBA odds at Bovada today.</strong> <br />
<strong>Raise your game.</strong></span> </p>
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<p>Not all teams have increased their NBA odds this summer. With teams like Miami and Indiana suffering setbacks, are there valuable opportunities to consider further down in the sportsbook? </p>
<p><span class="style2"><strong>Get your NBA odds at Bovada today.</strong> <br />
<strong>Raise your game.</strong></span> </p>
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