NBA Betting 2012 Playoff Predictions

NBA 2012 Playoff PredictionsBasketball bookies will be happy to know that the price per head sportsbook industry seems to have the lowdown on which teams will be participating in the 2012 NBA playoffs. Despite last year’s final series major meltdown, the Miami Heat is set to be there, as well as the Chicago Bulls, the Oklahoma City Thunder, the LA Lakers, and the San Antonio Spurs. So, if you’re reading this and you’re going to be betting on basketball or dealing with those who do, keep the names of these teams in mind. You’ll be glad you did once the post season is upon us.

There are, however, some surprise contenders in the running for the 2012 NBA playoffs. These are, believe it or not, the New York Knicks, the LA Clippers, and the Memphis Grizzlies. The New York Knicks’ spot in the 2012 NBA championship will be owed, in big part, to the celebrated Jeremy Lin, who has sparked the “Linsanity” craze. While Lin might not be a big factor in the playoffs due to his recent knee surgery, we may still catch a glimpse of him if the Knicks go all the way to the final.

Then you have the LA Clippers who are fortunate to have Chris Paul on their side, in addition to team newcomer Kenyon Martin as well. Those rooting for the Memphis Grizzlies to win the 2012 NBA Championship will be glad to know that this team has a real chance for the first time in five years! Plus, with Marc Gasol and Hamed Haddadi coming back for their second season with the team, they really might have a shot at the championship! So many great teams are gearing up for the playoffs, and now your clients can too. With the excitement so high about the upcoming season, there has never been a better time to encourage them to bet.

If you’ve got impatient clients who want to get their bets in now, have them place a futures bet. This is common for those betting on the NBA championship and it’s a lot of fun for the clients. More than that, though, it’s also an easy way for bookies to make some extra cash in between seasons. As long as you are working with a pay per head service that allows for future bets, then you should have no problem getting all your players squared away and ready for some playoff action.

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