NBA Pro Basketball Game of Horse Odds to Win Sports Betting Preview

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The NBA has scheduled a Horse competition during the league suspension. The quarterfinal round was held on Sunday April 12th with the winners competing in the semifinal round on Thursday April 16th. A look at the odds to be crowed champion of his Horse competition. Many of the participants played it safe not using many trick shots in this competition. Reviewers have been critical of that, so the excitement expects to be raised higher as the tournament moves to the semifinals.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has Zach Lavine the +120 favorite to win this competition. LaVine is in his sixth season in the NBA and is a member of the Chicago Bulls. He has some notable competitive awards in the league by winning the NBA Slam Dunk contest twice in his career. In the quarterfinal round he was matched up against former NBA great Paul Pierce. LaVine competing in an outdoor court in his home in Washington state was able to use some athletic shots to eliminate Pierce without getting a letter. Dunking is not allowed in this competition but LaVine was able to add creativity into his shot selection. Fortunately the weather cooperated with LaVine in the quarterfinal round.

Second favorite in the wagering is Mike Conley at +155 odds. Conley was the only participant to compete indoors in his home gym. It did show an advantage as the other competitors were dealing with wind, light rain and even cold. The 32 year old showed great form and fitness for this competition as he eliminated WNBA retired star Tamika Catchings, who was not sharp in defeat.

Next is NBA retired player Chauncey Billups at +350 odds. Billups scored an upset in the quarterfinals by defeating Trae Young. The former Detroit Piston great fell behind H-O-R by three letters and rallied for the win with precise shooting at the right time. Trae Young disappointed with his lack of creativity playing it safe and missed several shots in the loss.

The longshot is WNBA Three Point shooter Allie Quigley at +450 odds. Quigley posted a win against Chris Paul. The WNBA star looked in good shooting form putting pressure on Paul to counter many made shots. But when Paul got control, he failed to capitalize with enough made shots to put Quigley in trouble. Quigley showed good form from distance and must be respected.

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