I neither encourage nor moralize about wagering on sporting events so I pass along the following 2010-11 NBA player props from Bodog.com in the spirit of "My, that's interesting to ponder" rather than "Hold on a minute, what's the limit on -115 for Joe Johnson scoring fewer than 21.3 points per game?"
Player must play in 20 games for wager to have action.
Points per game
Joe Johnson over/under 21.3
Jamal Crawford over/under 17.7
Josh Smith over/under 15.7
Al Horford over/under 15.0
Marvin Williams over/under 11.0
Rebounds per game
Al Horford over/under 10.3
Josh Smith over/under 8.0
Assists per game
Joe Johnson over/under 5.3
Odds to win the 2010-2011 NBA Scoring Title
Joe Johnson 20/1
Odds to win the 2011 NBA Rookie of the Year
Jordan Crawford 30/1
There are some team props as well.
Hawks wins in 2010-11
over/under 46.5 (the over is -125, the under -105)
Hawks to win...
Southeast Division 12/1
Eastern Conference 25/1
NBA Championship 50/1
Hypothetically, here's my card:
Joe Johnson under 21.3 PPG (-115)
Jamal Crawford under 17.7 PPG (-120)
Josh Smith over 8 RPG (-115)
Houston to win Southwest (5/1)
New Orleans to win Southwest (11/1)
Portland to win the West (12/1)
Portland to win the NBA Championship (30/1)
Orlando to win the NBA Championship (13/1)
Cleveland over 30.5 wins (+100)
Golden State over 30.5 wins (-140)
Pretend wagers. There's no greater rush.
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