|Written by Jerry Santiago|
|Sunday, 15 February 2009 07:00|
NBA All Star Game betting has seen the East beat the West in three of the last four games. There are good cases on both sides to bet on 2009 NBA All Star Game play with. When looking at NBA All Star Game betting on the East you can start with Dwyane Wade of the Miami Heat.
Wade is averaging an astounding 28.5 points per game and also leads Miami in assists with 7.2 per game. Wade offers much to those who bet on 2009 NBA All Star Game action as he has averaged 14.5 points per game in his previous four All Star appearances.
Another impressive NBA All Star Game betting case for the East would be LeBron James.
James is also averaging 28.5 points per game and he has been one of the strongest factors in NBA All Star Game betting the past four years as he has averaged 24.3 points per game in All Star action and has taken the game’s MVP award in two of the past three seasons!
Dwight Howard should do a Windex ad for the game as he is averaging a powerful 13.9 rebounds per game as he leads resurgent Orlando. Howard looks to be a strong NBA All Star Game betting asset as he has averaged 18 points per game in two prior All Star appearances.
But before NBA All Star Game betting fans get too sold on the East the West offers plenty of reasons of their own to bet on 2009 NBA All Star Game action. Kobe Bryant of the Los Angeles Lakers has to be considered a major NBA All Star Game betting threat.
He was shut out last year in All Star action but in a total of ten prior appearances he has averaged 18 points per game. Home town hero Amare Stoudemire of the Suns could have a strong NBA All Star Game betting impact as he has averaged 17.5 points per game in his All Star career.
And let’s not forget Shaquille O'Neal of the Suns, who figures to come off the bench with a powerful NBA All Star Game betting presence.
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