NBA Playoffs Betting

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Once again, the NBA basketball season has come down to its final days. Which team will be crowned this year’s champion? Who will be the NBA’s Most Valuable Player? You can bet on these props and enjoy NBA Play Offs betting with our top online sportsbooks. We know what you’re thinking: where can I bet on the NBA playoffs? Well we’ve got the answer. All of our feature sportsbooks offer extensive special contests, prop bets, and futures for the end of this year’s NBA basketball season. Futhermore, if you’re a new player, you’ll get a complimentary bonus upon your first deposit. Are you a seasoned sports bettor? Don’t worry – there’s still action for you: all our feature sportsbooks offer NBA playoffs betting contests and a plethora of betting alternatives to appease your appetite. Looking for more information about the NBA Playoffs?
  1. Extensive Guide to the Play Offs, including historical information and important play offs facts – Wikipedia.com
  2. 2017 NBA PlayOffs official news, standings, and result page – NBA.com
And now for the good stuff: Our top sportsbooks for Playoffs Betting!

Sports Betting Legal

The online sports betting industry was put on edge with last Fall’s passage of the "Unlawful Internet Gaming Act", which now forbids any financia institutions from processing transactions to offshore sportsbooks.

Despite this fact, many still happily bet on sports and will continue to do so, irregardless of whether or not their credit card goes through. Alternate deposit options are readily available for most all customers, even the casual bettors.

What does this act and its fallout mean for Joe Average bettor? Well, the law itself does not explicitly forbid people offshore sportsbooks from taking bets. If it did, the USA would be over stepping its legal jurisdiction by prosecuting businesses in other sovereign nations. As a result, many believe that this act simply stops banks from electronic transactions leaving the USA for off shore betting.

Since many players deposit using their credit card, bank account, or by ACH/check, this means things become more difficult. Now, it appears players can deposit through uncoded credit card processors, bank wire, or electronic funds transfer.

These options tend to take longer, but are generally more secure. Once the money is in the offshore book’s account, you can wager as usual.

Without a doubt, this year’s football season might be slower for online sportsbooks, and some might even have to close. The ones that survive will be those that can get the most money through their doors, and diversify their product offerings across casino games, poker, and horse racing.