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Why Sportsbooks Need Daily Management with NBA Betting

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Published on:
Oct/26/2017

The 2017-2018 NBA Season started last week when the Boston Celtics battled the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Houston Rockets took on the Golden State Warriors.

It’s important that online bookie agents understand that NBA betting is much different from football betting. See below for the reasons why

Injuries and Players on a Rest

NFL teams release their injury reports every Wednesday. What it means is that by Wednesday agents get a good idea of which players are likely to sit out which games.

They can adjust lines, via the line mover, or consider what games they might need to utilize their layoff accounts for.

That’s not the same in the NBA. Many times, a player won’t be listed as injured until right before the game.

It’s imperative that pay per head agents have access to the latest injury information for the games that night.

Accessing a website like www.rotoworld.com can help.

Pro Players that are NBA Experts

Unlike the NFL, where it’s just difficult to get a real handle on a spread, the NBA is much easier for pro players to take advantage.

Consider injury information. Once a betting line is set, it isn’t often changed unless something drastic happens.

Due to injury information not being as up to date as possible, often lines on NBA games are off.

Pro players are experts at noticing off lines. They make a living taking down big scores on games with bad spreads.

Agents should look at the wagers report daily to pinpoint pro players that are also NBA betting experts.

Too Much Info, Not Enough Important Info

This is the key thing to understand about NBA betting.

Like all professional sports, there’s a ton of information on every single game, every player, every group of fans, everything that must do with the NBA.

How much of that information is just noise? Most of it.

None of us, bettors or per head agents, really know when Gregg Popovich is going to rest LaMarcus Aldridge. None of us.

That bit of information might only come while the game is being played.

Because key information usually doesn’t arrive until after a game has started, managing NBA live betting can be as important as daily management of NBA betting.

Keep all this in mind as the current NBA Season unfolds.

Having the right sportsbook management software will help online bookie agents manage their NBA bettors. With a game much different than NFL - you’ll want the best software.

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