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NBA Live Scores with Betting Odds, News & Standings

The National Basketball Association, or the NBA as it’s most commonly known, is the most prominent basketball league in North America, and the most famous basketball league in the world. Oddspedia.com gives basketball fans the chance to see the latest news, results, and to compare all betting odds from the league and make the most appropriate bet. 

NBA Guide : All about the National Basketball Association

Currently, the NBA consists of 30 franchises, or teams, 29 from the USA and the Toronto Raptors representing Canada. The league encompasses 2 Conferences - West and East, with each having its own standings and champions. The champions of the two conferences meet at the NBA Finals and the first team which secures 4 wins in the best of 7 playoffs is declared the champion of the NBA.

There are 30 teams in total as part of the Western and Eastern Conferences, split into subdivisions on their own. Here is the full list:

Eastern Conference

Atlantic division

  • Boston Celtics
  • New Jersey Nets
  • New York Knicks
  • Philadelphia 76ers
  • Toronto Raptors

Central division

  • Chicago Bulls
  • Cleveland Cavaliers
  • Detroit Pistons
  • Indiana Pacers
  • Milwaukee Bucks

Southeast division

  • Atlanta Hawks
  • Charlotte Bobcats
  • Miami Heat
  • Orlando Magic
  • Washington Wizards

 

Western Conference

Northwest division

  • Denver Nuggets
  • Minnesota Timberwolves
  • Oklahoma City Thunder
  • Portland Trail Blazers
  • Utah Jazz

Pacific division

  • Golden State Warriors
  • Los Angeles Clippers
  • Los Angeles Lakers
  • Phoenix Suns
  • Sacramento Kings

Southwest division

  • Dallas Mavericks
  • Houston Rockets
  • Memphis Grizzlies
  • New Orleans Hornets
  • San Antonio Spurs

NBA Schedule  

The NBA is considered the premier basketball league in the world. It has the best players, the best teams and some of the most exciting matches. Here at Oddspedia, we like to focus on all sports, but when it comes to NBA betting we do have a bit of a soft spot for this league. We offer full coverage on our website, and if you want to know anything about the league you will find it on our pages. If you click on the NBA tab on the basketball league, you can see what matches are coming up and from that page, as well as who is offering the best odds against a win for either team. If you want more specific information about any match, just click the link and you will be able to see even more odds alongside useful statistics to help you decide on your bet. We also show you the NBA live scores so that you can make the best decisions for in-play bets, which you can access through our dedicated in-play betting section.

The NBA as a league runs from October to April. It features 30 teams, with each team playing 82 games. Thats a lot of NBA games for you to place bets on! Games are held throughout the week, so you can enjoy a bet or two regularly throughout the season. All you need to do is check out the upcoming tab on our website in the NBA section and you will see which matches are due to start soon.

NBA draft

The NBA draft is an annual event where teams get the rights to pick new talent. The draft takes place each June after playoffs are finished and consists of two rounds where players are drafted. The draft order is determined by the season’s performance of all teams, meaning that whoever gets the best record gets to pick last. But there is also a catch - there is a draft lottery for the teams that are not participating in the playoffs (14 teams) that replaces fixed positions for them. This prevents teams from “tanking” on purpose and gives them a shot at the coveted number one pick. For example, the team with the worst record gets 14% chance to take the first round pick, and 42% to be in the top 3.  

NBA All-Star Weekend

The All-Star Weekend is an annual festivity which usually takes place in the middle of February. The cherry is the All-Star game itself, where the best players of both conferences are voted in to play. The All-Star weekend also features many other events, such as the highly exciting Dunk Contest and 3-point Shootout competitions. With the best players competing in various other challenges (such as the Skills Challenge), or famous people taking part in the NBA Celebrity Game, the All-Star Weekend is something special for all basketball fans.  

NBA Awards - MVP and other honors

The NBA has 12 annual awards in total, which it gives as a sign of appreciation to  teams, players and coaches. Arguably, the most important individual award is the “MVP”, or the Maurice Podoloff Trophy given to the most valuable player during the regular season. There are two other MVP awards for players - the All-Star game MVP, named in honor of the late Kobe Bryant, and the NBA Finals MVP, also known as Bill Russell trophy. Other individual awards in recognition of outstanding showings are the “Defensive Player of the Year”, “Sixth Man of the Year”, “Most Improved Player”, “Rookie of the Year” and “Coach of the Year”.  As a more general recognition, the NBA includes its top performing players into two tiers of All-NBA teams by position - point guard, shooting guard, small forward, power forward and center. The first All-NBA Team is the cream of the crop, but there is a Second All-NBA, as well as All-Rookie and All-Defensive Teams.  

NBA Playoffs

The NBA Playoffs is a mini tournament after the end of the league’s regular season games. It features a best-of-seven format, with the top 8 teams from both the Eastern and Western conference battling to reach the finals in their own independent brackets. The post-season games are played in 2-2-1-1-1 format with the higher seed team having the advantage with four games in a seven games series played on home floor. The NBA Playoffs are one of the most recognized and watched sport events worldwide.  

Guide to NBA -  FAQ

When does the NBA season start?

The NBA season starts around October every year. It runs until April the following year. Playoffs often run into June.

How many teams are in the NBA?

There are 30 NBA teams, all battling out for the top position in the NBA table.

Who is favoured for MVP of the season?

Giannis Antetokounmpo is currently the favourite to walk away with MVP this season.

Where to watch NBA matches?

There are some free streaming services, such as Kodu, which show many NBA matches. Alternatively, you can check our website to find out which bookmakers offer live streaming.

How many games are played in the NBA?

Each team in the NBA league plays 82 matches per season.

Where to bet on the NBA?

Plenty of bookmakers offer bets on NBA games. However, here at Oddspedia, you can find which bookie offers the best odds.

NBA Live scores today

Looking for NBA scores? Here you can catch up with the latest information about the NBA. Find which matches are scheduled on for today and follow the action as it happens in real-time with our fast live scores! Use the calendar to navigate to yesterday’s games and check the results!  

Upcoming NBA Fixtures

Whether you want to check which games are on the books for tonight, the fixtures of a particular team, or any date for that matter - you can easily find all you need on Oddspedia. All matches from the NBA season are covered completely, with statistics, live scores and news available for them. The NBA schedule is sortable by date and includes game time info, TV coverage, H2H performance data and more. That way you can be sure you won’t miss a thing from the National Basketball Association fixtures throughout the whole season!  

NBA results

Get detailed results for past games of the NBA right here on this page! By using the calendar, you can see scores for yesterday’s NBA games or any other date that you want. Not only this, but historical NBA results are available for previous seasons as well. Season results can be pulled from the dropdown near the calendar. Or, if you are interested in a particular NBA team, then you can explore the results for this team on it’s corresponding profile page. There are multiple convenient ways to check the past results, and if you go to a particular event you will also be able to explore the past historical odds, detailed quarterly scores, play-by-play commentary, player performances and stats for the game and more.  

NBA Stats - League Standings & Top players  

NBA conference standings - Playoff outlook

The NBA standings hold valuable information on the performance and the playoff outlook and seed of each team. The standings are split into two conferences - Western and Eastern. There are 15 teams competing in each one of them, with the top 8 teams progressing towards the playoffs at the end of the season.  There is a lot to be excited about in the constant race for a better playoff spot, and it’s even nice to see some of the other teams tanking as your favorite gets a better chance at winning the number one draft pick.  

Season leaders  

Oddspedia shows you the NBA leaders in points per game, assists, steals, rebounds and other categories. Check the statistics between different players and teams, and compare them head-to-head. Who will be this season’s MVP? Is Lebron James still the top dog even at this stage of his career? Or maybe Giannis, James Harden or Kawhi Leonard have already dethroned him? With various statistical metrics and game by game performance numbers, you can check for yourself here at Oddspedia.

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