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2018 NBA All Star Game Odds: Team Lebron vs. Team Steph

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Feb/18/2018

It's Team Lebron vs. Team Steph, also known as the East vs. West, in Sunday's NBA All Star Game.  The West was coming in as a +2.5 underdog even though they technically have home court advantage playing in LA.

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This is the first NBA All Star Game to feature rosters drafted by All-Stars themselves.

Unlike the bad blood that may be brewing on Lebron James team (he selected Kyrie Irving after the later made it clear he didn't want to play with Lebron any more while in Cleveland), there is no bad blood to think of on the West side, which includes four Warriors players. 

Nevertheless, the NBA All Star Game is bet on mostly for fun and kicks.  The lineups are different year after year so there are no historic stats that would come into play here.

- Tyrone Black, Gambling911.com

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