NBA Pro Basketball Slam Dunk and Three Point Challenge Sports Betting Preview for Saturday

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We have hit the NBA All Star Break and on Saturday February 17th is the Slam Dunk and Three Point Challenge scheduled over national television to the satisfaction of pro basketball bettors worldwide.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has Dennis Smith Jr. favored in the Slam Dunk Challenge by +150 odds with Donovan Mitchell returning +160 odds. Larry Nancy Jr. returns +300 odds with Victor Oladipo bringing back +400 odds. Glenn Robinson III was the winner last year. Neither of these four participants have ever won. Dennis Smith Jr. in his rookie year with Dallas is averaging 15 points and four rebounds per game. He is a six foot three inch guard. Mitchell, also a rookie is averaging 19.6 points with 3.5 rebounds and assists per game. He is a six foot three inch guard. Larry Nance Jr. is in his third season in the NBA. A former Laker who was traded at the deadline to the Cavaliers. This season Nance Jr. is averaging 8.6 points and 6.8 rebounds per game. Victor Oladipo in his fifth year in the NBA is having his best season. The six foot four inch Indiana Pacer guard is averaging 24.4 points with 5.3 rebounds per game. He spent his first three seasons in Orlando then a year with Oklahoma City until moving this season to the Pacers.

In the Three Point Contest it is Klay Thompson lined in the betting as favorite at +190 odds. Eric Gordon is second favorite at +500 odds. Devin Booker comes in at +600 odds. Longshots include Bradley Beal at +800 odds with Tobias Harris bringing back +1200 odds. Thompson has been sharp from three on the year hitting on 45.5% and leading the Golden St Warriors. Gordon is connecting at 33.4% from three on the year. He missed the Rockets game on Wednesday with a knee contusion. Devin Booker of the Suns is hitting on 38.3% from three. Booker returned to the lineup on Wednesday after missing four games with a hip injury. Beal has a career low 37% from three this year. Harris was traded from the Pistons to the Clippers this month. Tobias Harris is converting on 33.3% from three on the year his lowest in four seasons.

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