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NBA Free Agency Odds

Can you smell it in the air? It’s the time of the year when NBA general managers frantically work the phones and wave around their wallets to overpay for free agents! With the NBA’s free agency period getting underway on July 1, we have the odds on where the biggest free agents could potentially go.


Kevin Durant Odds: Which Team Will he Sign With?

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With NBA free agency set to get underway on July 1, the summer of Kevin Durant is about to begin.

Durant is the biggest fish in an unusually shallow free agent pond, and it’s anyone’s guess as to where the superstar ends up at this point. One sportsbook has released odds on which team he’ll suit up for in the first game of the 2016-17 campaign.


2016 NBA Draft Odds

The NBA Draft is widely considered the most important date of the year for professional basketball clubs. With the correct pick, the outlook of a franchise can change. We at OddsShark have all of your odds needs covered for the big event.


Rumors and Rumblings from the NBA Draft

We’re hours away from the 2016 NBA Draft, and the NBA’s never-ending rumor carousel is kicking into overdrive.

We know it’s basically a formality that Ben Simmons and Brandon Ingram will go first and second to the Philadelphia 76ers and Los Angeles Lakers. But the Boston Celtics, who own the third overall pick, continue to be the biggest wild card in the Draft.


Odds on LeBron James Leaving the Cavs

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When LeBron James came back to Cleveland in 2014 after an excursion to Miami, he made one promise: to bring a championship to Northeast Ohio. Thanks to a massive comeback over the Golden State Warriors in the NBA Finals, James and the rest of the Cleveland Cavaliers delivered on that promise. And what a story it was.

Now that Bron Bron has brought Cleveland its first championship since 1964, there’s no possible way he could leave again, right? Right?! No one knows at this point. One online book is offering odds on where No. 23 will suit up next season.


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NBA Finals: Game 7 Betting Preview

No team has ever come back from a 3-1 deficit in the NBA Finals. The Golden State Warriors haven’t lost three games in a row since November, 2013. Something’s gotta give in Game 7 at Oracle Arena.

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  • The Warriors are 5-1 ATS in their last 6 home games.
  • The Cavaliers are 4-9 ATS in the last 13 meetings in Golden State.
  • The UNDER is 3-0-1 in the Warriors last 4 home games.

For a city that’s endured 52 years of sporting misery, a championship would mean the world to the city of Cleveland. In LeBron James’ second season, the Cavs had an up-and-down campaign but are coming together at the right time. James and point guard Kyrie Irving have been otherworldly, and they’ve done something that’s hard to do: make the Warriors look human.

The shots just haven’t been falling for the Warriors in this series. Golden State showed signs of frustration in Game 6, as superstar Stephen Curry and head coach Steve Kerr were fined $25,000 for their respective outbursts. Curry threw his mouthguard into the Cavs’ faithful in a rare event for the usually cool point guard.

If the Cavs can finally win the title, they may build a statue for James by the start of the next season. King James joined Jerry West, Shaquille O’Neal, Rick Barry and Michael Jordan as the only players in Finals history to score 40 or more points in consecutive games.

Sportsbooks opened the Warriors as 5-point favorites, and that line has held steady as of Sunday morning. The total, which opened at 206, was sitting at 207 at the time of writing.

Who ya got: Warriors or Cavs? Let us know in the comment section.

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NBA Finals MVP Odds: It's All LeBron

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As the basketball world prepares for Game 7 of the NBA Finals, sportsbooks are once again welcoming action on Most Valuable Player odds.

It's been a week since the prop was on the board. Draymond Green, who was the heavy favorite throughout the series, shot himself in the foot by hitting LeBron James below the belt in Game 4 and getting suspended for it. After Cleveland rattled off a pair of wins in Games 5 and 6, LeBron James has become a heavy -190 favorite to become MVP at Bovada.


Cavaliers on the Verge of Making History

All year long it looked like the Cleveland Cavaliers and Golden State Warriors were on a collision course to once again meet in the NBA Finals. But after six games, what’s transpired has been anything but expected.

The Cavs were in all sorts of trouble when they were down 0-2, and it seemed like it was a foregone conclusion the Dubs would have another parade down the streets of Oakland when they held a 3-1 series lead. Against the odds Cleveland battled back to win two in a row, and they could make history if they can muster up another win on Sunday.


Finals Game 7 Is Short 1 Point

Have you seen a point lying around somewhere? 

The Cleveland Cavaliers seem to have lost one since Game 6 tipped off. Before then, the Warriors were set as 6-point favorites for Game 7. Once the Cavs actually won Game 6, the line opened at 4.5 and has since moved to 5

So that’s an important element to understand for the odds for Game 7 before you place a bet. There’s a missing point here simply because the game is actually going to be played. Which doesn’t make any sense. 



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