NBA Finals Betting Odds: Proposition Be4ts Listed As Sports Books
The NBA Finals have arrived, and for many sports books, all they have to do is check their archive to find information for betting odds on this series. The Los Angeles Lakers and Boston Celtics met in the finals just two seasons ago, and many of the players are the same as in 2008.
That could be a good thing or a bad thing for sports books placing odds on various aspects of the series. Gamblers know these two teams very well, so to get an advantage, the odds makers will have to be at their best starting on Thursday.
After the Lakers closed out the Western Conference finals on Saturday, the sports book immediately went to work creating a list of proposition bets for gamblers. many of these bets have to do with which team will win, and in how many games.
For gamblers who believe they have the touch to pick the exact series, good odds can be found. Those bettors who believe in the extreme nature of sports, odds are 22/1 that Boston sweeps the series. The Lakers have sweep odds of 19/1.
The smallest odds on the series fall on the Lakers winning in either six or seven games, both of which have odds of 3/1. Boston winning in seven offers odds of 7/1, and the Celtics in six has odds of 13/2. Boston closing out on their home court in game five is also 7/1.
Individual player betting has become popular in recent years, and picking players points per game could be something gamblers would like to try. Any bettors thinking Kobe Bryant will average over twenty-nine points per game, will receive odds of -110. Bryant is also the favorite to win the Finals MVP award, with 4/7 odds.
June 1, 2010
Posted By Vincent Tapoglia III
Staff Editor, CasinoGamblingWeb.com
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