Giannis Antetokounmpo Favored to Win Second Straight NBA MVP Award

The Most Valuable Player Award in the NBA like any other professional sports league is the most coveted individual award in a team sport. The NBA has several players that are a notch or two above the rest and odds makers believe Giannis Antetokounmpo will win the award for a second consecutive season. Sportsbooks are confident the “Greek Freak” will win the 2019-20 MVP award. Currently Giannis is at +300 on most sportsbooks. Following the star for the Milwaukee Bucks on the futures board is Stephen Curry at +550. Then, LeBron James … [Read entire story]

Milwaukee Bucks Have Best Odds to Reach the Postseason

The Milwaukee Bucks top the list with the best odds to reach the playoffs in the 2019-20 NBA regular season, Milwaukee is -5000 to play in the postseason. At the opposite end of the list the Phoenix Suns and Memphis Grizzlies have the longest odds of playing in the postseason. Following the Bucks on the futures board for making the postseason are the Philadelphia 76ers at -4000, Los Angeles Clippers at -2500, Utah Jazz at -1600, and Houston Rockets at… [Read entire story]

Irving Traded for Thomas, Sportsbooks Unchanged

The NBA saw a blockbuster trade take place this week when the Cleveland Cavaliers granted Kyrie Irving’s wish and traded him to the Boston Celtics for Isaiah Thomas, Jae Crowder, Ante Zizic and the unprotected first round draft pick in 2018 for the Brooklyn Nets. While this trade is going to shuffle the overall look … The [Read entire story]

Sportsbooks Have Golden State with 67.5 Wins for 2017-18 Regular Season

The Golden State Warriors and Cleveland Cavaliers will rule the roost again in their respective conferences with everyone else in the league fighting over scraps. However a few big moves during the offseason have given a few other teams some optimism heading into the summer. Sportsbooks have started the process of setting up win totals … The [Read entire story]

Houston Rockets Have Fourth Best Odds to Win 2018 NBA Title

The Houston Rockets put the NBA on notice earlier this week that they are “all in,” when it comes to trying to win an NBA title. The Rockets traded for Chris Paul, which sent shock waves through the NBA Championship Futures board. After agreeing to the trade, Paul opted in for his last year with … The post [Read entire story]

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