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Emmson
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Raptors now have control of the game.
Emmson
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Looks like I was vindicated then!....Raptors running away with it.


NBA Basketball a very great trading sport, we just need more liquidity and more participants in the market.
Emmson
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I don't see why Warriors are faves in game 5, if its because KD is back then he would have to be 100% and he is clearly not 100% think I will be getting on Raptors.
Emmson
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Durant injured in his 1st game back while Warriors leading by 5 .....massive moment in game 5 that.
Emmson
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Great game and very good trading games, especially 2nd 1/2.
Emmson
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Was just too tired to watch/trade the final game of the season :twisted: delighted Toronto won though.
Emmson
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Some amazing player movements happening in my 2nd fave trading sport, the new season is over 3 months away but its something to look forward to.
nivi7
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is there any software to help you with in play stats for basketball or be helpful in any way?
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Kafkaesque
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nivi7 wrote:
Tue Oct 22, 2019 3:45 pm
is there any software to help you with in play stats for basketball or be helpful in any way?
I'm not aware of any. That's not to say, it isn't out there somewhere because I haven't looked, since I wouldn't use and trust it.

Correct me if I'm wrong, but it seems you're coming in to this sport cold? Which is fine. The markets can use all the liquidity help, they can get. Just a word of caution...

Basketball is much more than most dependent on having an understanding beyond the pure numbers, you might get from a "helpful" software or site. It's a streaky sport in terms of scoring, and with the constant flow of "new" players in the game highly influenced by player matchups. As an example a lot of coaches like to sit down a star player or two at the end of the first quarter and especially the third, because it gives them an extended break. I'd venture that most software wouldn't pick up on the difference if one or both teams do this, and the more knowledgeable traders you'd be up against will have picked up on this.
nivi7
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Kafkaesque wrote:
Tue Oct 22, 2019 5:15 pm


Correct me if I'm wrong, but it seems you're coming in to this sport cold? Which is fine. The markets can use all the liquidity help, they can get. Just a word of caution...

hey
thanks for the reply
it is true i know nothing about trading basketball
just tried a few times to trade on over/under points for some quarters and it look interesting
i d like to give a try to learn how to trade on basketball

where do you recommend me to start learning?
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