TNT TV NBA Pro Basketball All Star Game Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Sunday

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The NBA All Star Game is scheduled for Sunday February 15th as the Western conference will meet the Eastern conference in pro basketball action. The West and East gets thing started from Brooklyn New York at 8PM Eastern Time and TNT TV has the coast to coast broadcast.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business have the Western Conference the -2 ½ point favorite with the over under line set at 295 points. Betting is available on the All Star MVP. Notables include LeBron James from the Eastern conference who returns +400 odds. Stephen Curry from the West is the second favorite returning +500 odds. Longshots include Klay Thompson at +1500 odds, Kyle Korver at +5000 odds and the longest shot on the board is veteran Tim Duncan who will return +10000 odds.

The Eastern Conference will be led by forward LeBron James. King James with Cleveland this year is averaging nearly 26 points per game and hitting 49% from the floor. Carmelo Anthony will be playing in the All Star Game in nearby Brooklyn. There have been rumors swirling that this may be the last we see of Anthony this year as he may shut it down after the All Star Break with knee problems. The East has four Atlanta Hawks on the roster in Kyle Korver, Al Horford, Paul Millsap and Jeff Teague.

The guard play is outstanding in the Western conference. Chris Paul, James Harden, Stephen Curry, Russell Westbrook, Klay Thompson and Damian Lillard lead a talented roster. When the West substitutes their guards there will be very little drop off offensively. Injuries to Blake Griffin and Kobe Bryant will keep them in street clothes in this All Star Game. Both Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook of the Oklahoma City Thunder have played their best basketball of the season as the league hit the break. Durant and Westbrook were hampered with early season injuries that kept them sidelined for significant time. Durant has played in only 26 of the Thunder’s 53 games this year.

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