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NBA Rebounds Per Game Leader Odds

When it comes to handicapping which NBA player is going to lead the league in rebounds per game this year, it’s a two-horse race at sportsbooks.

Detroit’s Andre Drummond tops the list at Bovada as a +105 fave, while the Los Angeles Clippers’ DeAndre Jordan is right behind him with a price of +260. Hassan Whiteside (+700), Rudy Gobert (+1000), DeMarcus Cousins (+1100), Dwight Howard (+1500), Karl-Anthony Towns (+2000), Kevin Love (+2500), Anthony Davis (+2500) and Enes Kanter (+3500) are further back.

Drummond snagged the award in 2015-16 thanks to a phenomenal average of 14.8 boards per game. The big man pulled down a total of 1,198 rebounds in 81 appearances.

Drummond has accomplished a lot in his young NBA career, and the sky is the limit for the 23-year-old at this point. Playing under well-respected head coach Stan Van Gundy, the UConn product emerged as one of the top centers in the Association. Drummond re-signed with the Pistons on a five-year, $130-million contract in the offseason, so expect him to put up more gaudy numbers while proving he’s worth the money.

In Jordan’s eight-year career he’s become one of the most feared defensive players in the league as well as an absolute monster on the glass. Jordan took home the rebounding title in 2013 and 2014, but he had a slight drop-off in production last year. The Houston native is durable, driven and plays on a deep and talented team, so I wouldn’t blame you if you grab him at +260.

While Howard is still in this discussion, don’t expect him to rediscover the superstar form he possessed in his Orlando Magic days. Howard’s numbers have been declining rapidly in the last few years, and it’s quite clear his best years are behind him.

“Superman” got a badly needed change of scenery in the offseason when the Atlanta Hawks signed him to a three-year, $70.5-million deal, but betting on him to have the highest rebounding average in the NBA is a poor decision at this point of his career.

Which player will lead the NBA in rebounds per game in 2016-17?

Odds as of October 19 at Bovada

  • Andre Drummond (DET) +105
  • DeAndre Jordan (LAC) +260
  • Hassan Whiteside (MIA) +700
  • Rudy Gobert (UTA) +1000
  • DeMarcus Cousins (SAC) +1100
  • Dwight Howard (ATL) +1500
  • Karl-Anthony Towns (MIN) +2000
  • Kevin Love (CLE) +2500
  • Anthony Davis (NOP) +2500
  • Enes Kanter (OKC) +3500
  • Julius Randle (LAL) +3500
  • Nikola Vucevic (ORL) +3500
  • Jonas Valanciunas (TOR) +5000
  • Draymond Green (GSW) +6000
  • Joel Embiid (PHI) +6500
  • Pau Gasol (SAN) +10000
  • Tristan Thompson (CLE) +10000

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