Placing Bets on LeBron’s Destination

Betting, in general, has become very popular in recent years, with betting on sports games being one of the most popular channels of betting. This is especially true since the increase of online gambling for sport bettors through different platforms. However, betting has always been popular, from the first-ever horse race bets to the huge casinos that find a home in Las Vegas, the thrill of betting and winning is a feeling that’s unmatched. No wonder more and more people want in on the action. In fact, many people have been going to Film Daily and similar sites to learn more about the subject these days.

Of course, sports betting isn’t for everyone and that’s why casinos exist. From slot games to roulette, blackjack to baccarat, there are so many casino games people can get involved in. Physical casinos are everywhere, but they’re also available online too, so anyone can gamble and bet from the comfort of their own home, thanks to sites like 66.212.22.54. Plus, these online casinos don’t have to be played at home either. They can be played whilst someone is commuting, waiting in a waiting room, or even in a restaurant. The possibilities are endless!

For those who do enjoy sports betting, there are numerous sporting teams someone can bet on. From football teams to horses and dogs, and in this case basketball. Choosing the platform you want to bet on isn’t always easy though, but by reading this article and many more betting-related texts, you will soon find a website that works best for you. These are some of the most popular sports someone can bet on. Sports betting is more than just winning money though, it’s about showing appreciation for your favorite teams, or particular players. It shows that you are confident that a particular team has the skills and knowledge needed to win!

Sports betting website Bodog.com is now taking bets on where LeBron James will wind up for the 2010/11 season.

The Miami Heat is not a popular projection.

The current line is as follows:

Cleveland Cavaliers: 2/5
New York Knicks: 4/1
New Jersey Nets: 9/1
Chicago Bulls: 12/1
Any Other Team: 18/1
Dallas Mavericks: 30/1
Miami Heat: 35/1
Los Angeles Clippers: 40/1
Olympiakos S.F.P. (Euroleague): 125/1

It will be interesting to see how these lines change on Thursday at about 11:00 pm.

3 Responses

  1. H says:

    What are the lines now?

  2. H says:

    wow… I bet betting on heat and bulls back then would have already made a lot of money…

  3. TKO says:

    That’s consistent with what I heard at the time. The media (i.e. ESPN) mainly talked about the Knicks’ path to clearing cap space for 1 (and eventually 2) max free agent. They were photoshopping James wearing a Knicks jersey with the number 6.

    I don’t recall hearing anything about the Heat’s quest to clear cap space for James. Him going to the Heat pretty much came out of nowhere for me (I’m in southern California). It’s certainly surprising to me reading your posts in recent months stating that the Heat had actually been clearing cap space for the 2010 offseason for the 3 preceding seasons.

    The media focused on the Knicks again leading up to the 2019 offseason, talking mostly about the Knicks’ attempts to clear cap space for max free agents like Kevin Durant. All season they talked about Durant joining the Knicks. Now Durant says he never seriously considered the Knicks. Just shows that the media is oftentimes biased and not to be relied upon. One reason why I rely more on sources such as your blog and Twitter feed.

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