Feb 8, 2014; Athens, GA, USA; Georgia Bulldogs guard Kenny Gaines (12) protects the ball from Texas A&M Aggies forward Antwan Space (24) during the first half at Stegeman Coliseum. Mandatory Credit: Dale Zanine-USA TODAY Sports

Betting on Georgia Bulldogs in the NCAA

The Bulldogs are doing reasonably well in the Southeastern Conference, sitting in fourth position, behind Florida, Kentucky and Texas A&M. Their conference record is the same as those of the teams above them – 2-0 – while they are 8-6 overall. Given that basketball betting interest in the NCAA is almost as great as that of the NBA, fans of the Bulldogs will no doubt be placing bets on them, but are they worth a wager for anything other than individual games, if you are not a fan?

They are certainly an outsider gamble for the NCAA Championship, with the bookmakers currently having put odds of 274/1 on them for that title. These are the kind of odds that will have even dedicated Bulldogs fans thinking twice – despite the team not being in bad form. They could be worth a bet to make it past the regular season, but there seems little doubt that putting money on them in one-off games is the smartest bet – as they have indicated that they can defeat anyone on their day this season. That said, this may be the smartest bet, but playing a game like Slam Dunk at a casino is not far behind.

This is one of the numerous video slot machine games that is available at Lucky Nugget and is taking them by storm. Of all the basketball ones, Slam Dunk appears to be the king just now. It is five reels, like most online slots, and it also features the jackpot, game bonuses and wild reel icon that are common features of these games. The reels contain things like basketball trainers, trophies, players and cheerleaders, while the background is a court. However it is the 23 shirt symbol that is the most important, as it is both the Michael Jordan number and the wild icon – giving you a better shot at a win, just like Jordan always tended to.

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