NBA All-Star Game Betting Lines

The All-Star game is one for the fans to look forward to on the NBA Calendar. The game itself is the highlight of a weekend full of action and entertainment from your favourite NBA stars, which includes the Three-Point Contest, Slam Dunk Contest, and Skills Challenge. The main event consists of an almost cordial pick-up game battling it out for pride and glory. The date is set for the 15th of February 2020 and will take place at the United Center, home of the Chicago Bulls.

Fortunately for you we provide some of the very best NBA Odds thanks to our computer-driven statistics, which track teams and calculate trends.

We don’t just provide you standard wagers for the All-Star event. We offer a variety of odds, such as;

  • Captain A - Giannis (1.90)
  • Captain B - LeBron (2.75)

The exhibition All-Star game is the high point of the weekend, but we cover odds for the other events like the Slam Dunk Competition and Three Point Competition.

NBA Power Ranking
Hottest Team
Coldest Team
Hottest Team
Portland Trail Blazers Portland Trail Blazers POR 19 +8
Oklahoma City Thunder Oklahoma City Thunder OKC 18 +6
Detroit Pistons Detroit Pistons DET 22 +4
Toronto Raptors Toronto Raptors TOR 3 +1
Houston Rockets Houston Rockets HOU 10 +1

Best performances over past 3 weeks

Coldest Team
New Orleans Pelicans New Orleans Pelicans NOP 25 -7
Chicago Bulls Chicago Bulls CHI 26 -5
Cleveland Cavaliers Cleveland Cavaliers CLE 27 -2
Washington Wizards Washington Wizards WSH 21 -2
Phoenix Suns Phoenix Suns PHX 15 -2

Worst performances over past 3 weeks

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2020 All-Star game speculation

Given the unpredictability of the league and with so many young stars emerging, it’s difficult to say who will be the MVP of this matchup. For all your nba all-star 2020 predictions, follow us and keep an eye on how things develop as the season unfolds.

NBA All-Star betting odds

We provide you with the means to wager on all available NBA All-Star game odds in 2020:

  • Betting Line / Moneyline: If the moneyline is negative, it shows the amount you must wager in order to win $100; if it is positive, it is the amount of money a player wins on a $100 bet.
  • Spread Betting: wager made against the spread.
  • Over Under: wagers made on the total score between the two teams.
  • Props: bets made on a very specific outcome of something not necessarily related to the match.

NBA All-Star game odds - Over/Under

Given that the main event will draw all kinds of glitzy wagers for polished moves and dazzling shots, the over/under will be much larger than the standard NBA matchup. It’s important to be aware of the changes in the dynamics of a regular game to the All-Star match ups. If you’re smart about how you place your wagers, it’s possible to take advantage of the odds available.

NBA All-Star bonuses

The vast majority of bookmakers offer sign up bonuses for first timers, which can be up to hundreds of dollars, especially around the start of seasons and before major events on the sporting calendar. Additionally, once you’re signed up, you can earn on extra house money through referral schemes.

NBA All-Star odds/markets

With such a broad range of markets and odds to choose from it’s important to go with an operator that suits your style of wager. You’ll find that some promotions work better than others, depending on your preferences and pattern of betting.

Certain sites offer the option of receiving a percentage of your action returned as a bonus bet, raising odds slightly in the long-term.

NBA All-Star deposits

There are numerous sports books to choose from, so it’s worth coming back again and again to ensure you are up-to-date with all the deposit bonuses and points programs available.

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NBA All-Star History

Last year’s All-Star weekend had lots of highlights, from sad farewells to Dirk Nowitski and Dwyane Wade, to Momma Curry hitting the half-court shot. But we’re ready to do it all again this year. Will Kevin Durant steal the show again this year?

Did you know?

In 1989 Kareem Abdul-Jabbar played his final All-Stars game for the Western Conference All-Stars. He holds the crown for the oldest NBA star to play an All-Star game. He also holds the record for the most chosen player appearing in 19 different teams. The West won that one 143-134. Kareem remains one of the most respected hall of fame legends.

NBA All-Star Game Results

The first NBA all-star game was a relatively tame affair, resulting in a 111-94 win for the east at the Boston Garden. Compare that to the most recent tilt last season, which ended in a 192-182 win for the western conference. Teams used to play a semblance of defense in the event, but now the game revolves around scoring prowess, dunks and fancy fast breaks. The rise of the three-pointer also increased the amount of scoring in the game, parallel to regular season strategy.

Overall, the eastern conference holds the edge with 37 victories, winning 56% of all-star games. Since the year 2000, the western conference has utterly dominated results, winning 12 of 18 matchups against the east. During the 1980s and 1990s, the eastern conference set the pace with 13 victories in 21 contests. Momentum shifted when the 1999 event was cancelled due to a lockout, around the same time the western conference turned into the best half of the NBA.

The NBA decided to alter the format of the all-star game for the 2018 bash at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. Instead of an east coast versus west coast match, one captain was selected from each conference to lead a team to victory. LeBron James and Steph Curry were selected as the two captains for the inaugural captain selection rules.

As such, fans can witness player combos previously impossible under the old rules. King James will line up alongside Russel Westbrook, Klay Thomson, Kevin Durant and Damian Lillard, while Steph Curry will combine forces with DeMar DeRozan, Joel Embiid, Giannis Antetokounmpo and Kyle Lowry.

The 2017 edition of the all-star game broke several records, including most combined points with 374, the most points in a half with 189, and most points in a quarter with 101. Next to no defense was featured, resulting in a .578 field goal percentage and 162 made field goals, both records for the event. The fewest umber of points was 154 during the 1953 game, which featured both teams shooting a combined .362 FG%, making only 59 field goals.

Now that the rules mandate a mixing of the best players from both conferences into separate teams, previous trends will no longer inform the potential results of all-star game wagers. The only trend which will likely continue is the explosion of scoring which has made recent all-star games among the most entertaining in the history of the NBA. Wagering on the winning team now revolves around the captain who built his squad best.

List of NBA All-Star Game MVP Winners and Other NBA All-Star Game Betting Opportunities (325) The MVP of the all-star game usually goes to the player who controlled the pace, scored the most points, or produced the most amazing ball of the night. Early in the history of the game, Bob Pettit earned four all-star MVP nods, including three awards between 1956 and 1959. Pettit’s record of 27 rebounds in a single all-star game might never be challenged.

In the modern era of the all-star event, Kobe Bryant stole the show numerous times, also winning four all-star MVPs. Perhaps more impressive was the fact that Bryant earned the plaudit over a span of nine years, displaying the longevity of his craft. Russell Westbrook exploded in two consecutive all-star games in 2015 and 2016, leveraging his incredible intensity to consecutive MVP trophies. Russ only has one gear – playing all-out – which helped him rise above his peers.

Similar to other records involving early career achievement, LeBron James holds the record for youngest all-star MVP at 21 years and 51 days. The oldest all-star MVP was Shaquille O’Neal, who won the award at the advanced age of 36 years and 346 days. When Magic Johnson won an all-star MVP during his final participation in the event, it helped raise awareness for the scourge of AIDS, encouraging discussion among the general public.

The all-star game wouldn’t be complete without the slam dunk competition, which has christened stars like Michael Jordan and Vince Carter through their amazing, athletic, high-flying antics. A skills competition, young-stars game, and various individual and team props will also be available before the all-star weekend commences.