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Stephen Curry Stars in Golden State Win Against Denver

All-star Stephen Curry had his first start in the playoffs and led his team to victory against Denver Nuggets. Thus, the Golden State Warriors ended the series, 4-1 on Wednesday.

The Warriors started their game drowsily and got themselves eight points down toward the beginning of the final quarter. At the same time, they outscored Denver in the last quarter, 32-20. Also, they outshot Denver 63 percent to 53 percent from the floor.

Curry's 30 points, five assists, and five rebounds helped offset Nuggets star Nikola Jokic, who also got 30 points. The Joker also had eight assists and 19 rebounds.

Jokic performed well throughout the first round of the postseason. However, the team struggled due to the absence of Michael Porter Jr. and Jamal Murray.

Stephen Curry Stars in Win Against Nuggets

After two seasons of missing the postseason, Wednesday's triumph denoted the Warriors' first playoff series victory in over 1,000 days.

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Vegas Sportsbook Operators Predict Next NBA Champions

next nba championsBasketball is one of the most popular sports in the US and the world. Probably the most popular league in the world is the National Basketball Association. Also, its season hasn't reached the midpoint yet, but sportsbooks are already predicting the next NBA champions.

The 2021-2022 NBA season was initiated on 19 October 2021, with 82 games planned. Playoffs will start on April 2022 and go through June of that same year.

The finals will occur in June. Like different games, the ball move market saw generous development of players starting with one group then onto the next with capable and grounded players changing the shade of their shirt and joining different groups.

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According to sportsbook pay per head experts, bookies have begun to communicate their perspectives and chances. Still, at this underlying phase of the period, one must be cautious as things might change more rapidly than one anticipates.

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NBA will not “jump in line” for Covid-19 vaccines, says Adam Silver

The last few days of 2020 have filled the world with hope, as both Pfizer and Moderna were able to release their Covid-19 vaccines to the public and start distributing to different countries, as the biggest effort so far to try to contain and, hopefully, eliminate the Coronavirus threat that has changed humanity during this whole year.

A total of ten countries were able to be ready to approve, receive and start vaccinating in the first few days; the United States was one of those, of course, as well as Canada, Mexico, Costa Rica, Argentina, and Chile, in America. The United Kingdom, China, Russia, and Israel were the other four.

As we can imagine, there are many procedures to follow now by these countries, as well as priorities, as for who gets the vaccine first. Older or high-risk people and health workers are an example of the ones who will be first in line.

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Are You Ready for the NBA Play-In Tournament?

 

Are You Ready for the NBA Play-In Tournament?

We have just one more week left of the NBA regular season - then it’s on to the playoffs. This season’s postseason structure will be a bit different. Still feeling repercussions from Covid-19 on the league’s schedule, there is an NBA play-in tournament this season to determine the final seeds.

 

The season has just 72 games instead of the typical 82. This play-in tournament is a way for teams to have an opportunity to get into the playoffs if they were right on the cusp. This is also a plus for NBA bettors with an expanded betting board.

Are you ready for the NBA play-in tournament? Here’s everything you need to know before it gets started.

NBA play-in tournament start date

The play-in tournament kicks off on May 17 and concludes on May 21. The NBA playoffs will immediately begin on May 22.

 

 

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NBA releases Health and Safety Protocol Guide for 2020-2021 season

NBA releases Health and Safety Protocol Guide As the NBA opens training camps and released the preseason schedule in recent days, it has also released a formal 134-page Health and Safety Protocol guide, similar to what was presented by the league and the NBAPA for the Orlando Bubble a few months ago, with the purpose of making very clear what the Covid-19 protocols will be for the new, 2020-2021 season.

There are important differences this season, compared to the Orlando Bubble, which was a complete success, Covid-19 wise. The most important one so far is the fact that there will be no bubble this season, at least not for the regular season, but each team will play home and visit games, 72 in total.

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Yahoo Sports Joins NBA Alternative Sports Betting Broadcasts

Yahoo Sports Joins NBA Alternative Sports Betting BroadcastsYahoo Sports joins the NBA alternative sports betting broadcasts. It started last Friday during the match between Memphis Grizzlies and Los Angeles Clippers. Yahoo Sports will be part of the NBABet Stream, an alternate broadcast on the NBA League Pass.

The NBA has been offering alternate feeds since August, which was the restart of the season. Last Friday, analysts did play-by-play commentary while providing odds, in-game stats, and wagering trends.

According to 9DollarPerHead.com, gone are the days that one broadcaster has a monopoly over games. At present, the NBA is providing an alternative broadcast for people who are interested in betting while watching games.

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Advancements in technology removed the tech barrier for alternate streams. However, broadcasting rights put some restrictions on the broadcasts. The NBABet Stream was made possible through the partnerships between the league, Yahoo, and BetMGM.

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How Former Michael Jordan Teammates and Rivals Reacted to ESPN’s ‘The Last Dance’

ESPN’s ‘The Last Dance,’ a 10-part documentary series about Michael Jordan and the 1998 Chicago Bulls provided an intimate look at the epic team. Many think that ‘The Last Dance’ was the best sports documentary ever made. Some of Michael Jordan’s former teammates and rivals shared their impressions.

BetOnline recently released a roundtable session with Horace Grant, Ron Harper, Bill Cartwright and Craig Hodges reacting to ‘The Last Dance.’ Called ‘The Final Dance’ and hosted by David Kaplan from SportsTalk Live and ESPN Chicago, it counters some of Jordan’s claims.

Five-time NBA champion Ron Harper shared that ‘The Last Dance’ was good, even though he wanted it to be more about what the Bulls did as a team. Harper also said: “I understand they gave the copyrights to MJ, so it was more like come fly with me...”

 

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