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Understanding NBA Scores & Games Results
Understanding how an NBA game scores is a crucial part of betting on the NBA.
Each NBA matchup consists of four 12-minute quarters, with a half-time after the second. During the game, players can score either one, two, or three points for every basket they make, depending from where on the court they made the basket. Two-pointers are scored from a closer range, roughly 22 feet and in, while shots beyond that spot are worth three points. There are three primary ways to score in basketball:
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All NBA scores are not the same, mainly because of the constant flux of player performances.
An NBA team can have a hot shooting night from three, putting up a bunch of points. In the next game, the team can take the same shots but miss nearly all of them, scoring less.
It is crucial to understand what players are playing well and how they get their points. Some teams and players primarily score from three, while others try to get into the paint and make a lot of baskets up close, which can also lead to free throws.