Las Vegas sports fans will have to wait until the opening of the NBA playoffs for a chance to bet.

The NBA has confirmed that the two biggest games of the upcoming season will be played on the Las Vegas Strip, but a spokesperson says it’s not necessarily the case.

A number of NBA and NHL games will be held in the Strip, including the All-Star Game and the Stanley Cup Final.

“The NBA and the NHL are not in the Las Angeles area and we are not aware of any specific games being played on Las Vegas properties,” NBA spokesperson Emily Anderson said.

Anderson said the NBA is “not in the habit of confirming or denying anything at this time.”

The NBA is set to host its first All-Stars game at a venue on the Strip in 2024.

Sports fans can bet on all the NBA and NFL games in Las Vegas starting at 11 a.m.

ET Friday, with games starting in Los Angeles on Sunday.

The NHL’s games will also be held on the Vegas Strip.

A representative from MGM Resorts International told CBC News the NHL is “aware of some rumors that are circulating about the possibility of a possible NHL All-star game on the new Strip.”

The Las Vegas Sun reports that there have been calls for the NHL to expand to Las Vegas in the past.

In 2015, the NHL expanded to Las Angeles, San Francisco and Los Angeles County.