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The sportsbook will need the following to complete the registration process:
- Date of birth
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Once your registration is complete, it’s time to make your first real-money wager on the site. Bet $10 on an NBA moneyline, and if either team scores a 3-pointer in the game, you will get $200 in free bets.
You will get the free bets regardless of the outcome of your original wager. The bets will be broken down as (4) $50 free bets in your account.
If your original bet wins, you will be paid out based on the normal odds price displayed on the app.
For example, if the shown odds on the app are +100 and your moneyline wager wins, you will be paid $10 in winnings, get your $10 stake back, and will also receive the free bets.
Leading Three-Point Scorers In NBA
The chances of any NBA game going without a single 3-pointer are relatively slim. However, if you want to do your best to ensure you get the free bets, take a look at the leading three-point scorers this season.
For the 2021-22 season, Steph Curry leads the pack. Curry leads the NBA with 4.6 3-pointers per game over the last 56 games.
If you want to put your faith in Curry, his team will face the Minnesota Timberwolves on March 1. The game is the first of a four-game road trip and will be the final regular-season meeting between the two squads.
The Warriors are coming off a rough stretch, going 2-5 in their last seven games. They are also without some key players. Klay Thompson, Draymond Green, and Andre Iguodala will be on the sidelines.
Despite missing some key players, the Warriors have an extra day of rest compared to the Timberwolves, who just traveled to Cleveland in their win against the Cavs.
Minnesota’s defense also hasn’t been much to write home about lately. They beat the Cavs, but they didn’t make it very easy on themselves after blowing a 23-point third-quarter lead.
A tough road win and no rest for the Timberwolves gives the Warriors a slight advantage for this one.
If you aren’t confident the Warriors can get it done, take a look at some matchups with other leading three-point scorers. Fred VanVleet with the Raptors puts up four 3-pointers per game followed by Donovan Mitchell with the Jazz.