The Washington Wizards have been hands down the biggest disappointment in the 2010 NBA betting season. This was a team that boasted three All Star players, superstar Gilbert Arenas was finally healthy and the team was picked by many basketball betting gurus to compete for an Eastern Conference title. Then reality set in and by the time this train wreck of an NBA betting season reached April it was obvious the Wizards were nowhere near an NBA playoff betting caliber team.
With just two games remaining in the NBA regular season the Wizards have nothing left to play for except NBA draft lottery positioning. Through 80 games the Wizards have compiled a record of 25-55. This is the second worst record in the Eastern Conference betting action and the third worst record in the NBA odds competition.
As the season has wore on this team has actually gotten worse. After Arenas was suspended for the rest of the NBA betting season for bringing guns to locker room the team traded off any players of value it had and its current NBA wagering roster looks like more like a CBA roster than an NBA betting contender.
Fortunately the team’s next NBA odds competition on April 14th is against a team that’s nearly as woeful as the Wizards.
The Indianapolis Pacers (32-48) are in the midst of a basketball betting nightmare themselves and have no hope whatsoever of making the NBA playoff betting competition. With nothing left to lose, except another NBA game, these teams will be happy just to finish the game and be one step closer to moving on after terrible 2009-10 NBA wagering seasons.
Plenty of young players will see playing time in this game and that makes it very difficult to try and pick an NBA odds favorite. But all things being equal the Wizards do have the sports betting advantage of playing at home. And that should be enough to get this club its 26th win of the season.