Colin Cowherd Thinks The NBA NEEDS Gambling To Keep Fans Interested, And I Kind Of Agree With Him

by 2 years ago

There has been a TON of debate about gambling and one-day/week fantasy sports leagues in recent weeks, so longtime sports radio host Colin Cowherd figured he’d take the subject head on during his show yesterday, making a bold statement about the need for gambling in the NBA.

Cowherd, who’s often too outspoken for his own good, references some solid points in his argument, talking about how parity in the NBA is all but nonexistent and that there are about 4-5 teams that have a real shot at winning a title each season.

Unlike the NFL, MLB or NHL, where multiple teams have gotten a chance at playing for a championship, the NBA is a star-driven league that, from 1999 till last year, saw either Tim Duncan, Kobe Bryant or Dwyane Wade in the NBA Finals—which is an insane statistic.

What do you think, bros, do you need gambling in order to care about the Association?

[H/T FTW.USAToday]


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