Contents

- 1 How do you read NBA stats?
- 2 How do you read a betting line in basketball?
- 3 What does 2.5 mean in betting basketball?
- 4 What do odds of +200 mean?
- 5 What is a 3 3PM game?
- 6 Who has the best stats in the NBA?
- 7 How do you bet the spread?
- 8 What does +1 mean in betting basketball?
- 9 What is point spread basketball?
- 10 What does 1000 mean in betting?
- 11 How do you read betting odds?
- 12 What does +1.5 mean in hockey?
- 13 Why would you bet on negative odds?
- 14 What does a +7 spread mean?
- 15 What is a positive money line?

## How do you read NBA stats?

**How to Read a Box Score**

- MIN = Minutes.
- FGM = Field-goals made.
- FGA = Field-goals attempted.
- FG% = Field goal percentage.
- 3PM = 3-pointers made.
- 3PA = 3-pointers attempted.
- 3P% = 3-point percentage.
- FTM = Free throws made.

## How do you read a betting line in basketball?

Your payout is determined by the moneyline **odds** attached to the point **spread**. A negative number (such as -170) shows how much money you must wager to win $100, while a positive number (like +150) shows how much money you will win if you place a $100 wager.

## What does 2.5 mean in betting basketball?

Philadelphia +**2.5 means** that Philadelphia **is the** underdog and has been “spotted” or “given” **2.5** points; if Philadelphia loses by 2 or fewer points, it is a winning **bet** (if Philadelphia pulls an outright upset, it is also a winning **bet**). Usually, a point spread is listed with a corresponding money line.

## What do odds of +200 mean?

When a money line is a positive number then the **odds** are the amount you **would** win if you were to bet $100 and were correct. For example, a money line of +**200 would mean** that you **would** make a profit of $200 if you bet $100 and were correct. For example, a –**200** money line **means** you **would** win $100 if you bet $200 and won.

## What is a 3 3PM game?

3PA, **3PM**: **Three** pointers attempted, **three** pointers made. FTA, FTM: Free throws attempted, free throws made.

## Who has the best stats in the NBA?

**NBA all-time stats leaders**

- Points. K. Abdul-Jabbar 38,387.
**Karl Malone**. 36,928.**LeBron James**^{*}35,283.**Kobe Bryant**. 33,643. - Rebounds. W. Chamberlain 23,924. Bill Russell. 21,620.
**Kareem Abdul-Jabbar**. 17,440. Elvin Hayes. 16,279. - Assists.
**John Stockton**15,806. Jason Kidd. 12,091. Steve Nash. 10,335. Mark Jackson. 10,334. Magic Johnson.

## How do you bet the spread?

They have to win by the point **spread** offered by the sportsbook. The favorite in a game is listed as being minus (-) the point **spread**. The worse of the teams playing in the game is called the underdog. The bettor wins if this team wins the game outright or loses by an amount smaller than the point **spread**.

## What does +1 mean in betting basketball?

Ann wants to **bet** on North Carolina to win the March Madness tournament. For every $1 she bets, she’ll win $1. So if he bets $100 on North Carolina at **1**/**1** odds and they win, she’ll win $100. If she bets $100 on Michigan at 1000/**1** odds and they win the March Madness tournament, she’ll win $ 100,000.

## What is point spread basketball?

The **Point Spread**: When betting on **basketball**, the team you bet on must “cover the **spread**.” This **means** the team must win or not lose by a predetermined margin of **points**. Example: In this example, if you bet the Bulls, the Bulls must win by 4 **points** for you to win your bet.

## What does 1000 mean in betting?

Odds Conversion Table

Fractional | Decimal | Implied Probability |
---|---|---|

20/1 | 21.00 | 4.8% |

50/1 | 51.00 | 2% |

100/1 | 101.00 | 1% |

1000/1 |
1001.00 | 0.1% |

## How do you read betting odds?

When you **bet** for the underdog, it is called **betting** “against the **odds**.” For example, if **odds** are +300 for the Bears this Sunday, then it is three times more likely that they will lose than win. **Odds** of +300 indicate that if you **bet** $100, you will win $400, the original amount of your **bet** plus the profit.

## What does +1.5 mean in hockey?

As always, the + indicates the underdog, and the – indicates the favorite. Whenever you wager on the puck line, you are betting on the favorite (-**1.5**) to win by 2 goals, or the underdog (+**1.5**) to lose by one goal or win outright.

## Why would you bet on negative odds?

**Negative** numbers signify the favorite on the **betting** line. The **negative** number indicates how much **you**‘d need to **bet** to win $100. If the number is positive, **you**‘re looking at the underdog, and the number refers to the amount of money **you**‘ll win if **you bet** $100.

## What does a +7 spread mean?

A **7**-point **spread** simply refers to the number of points posted alongside a team’s **odds** of winning. When there is a **7**-point **spread**, it **means** that the favorite team needs to win by more than **7** points to win the bet. It also **means** that the underdog can lose less than **7** points to win the bet.

## What is a positive money line?

**Positive money line**: +145, +220, or anything similar

represent how much of an underdog the team is in the game. The number also indicates how much **money** would win in comparison to every $100 you wager. For example, a +150 **money line** means you would win $150 for each $100 wager you place should that team win the game.