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2021 NBA Playoffs: Series Prices

Devin Booker and the top-seeded Suns took care of the Los Angeles Lakers in Game 1 of their first-round series.

It’s the best time of the year to be a basketball fan. Eight teams are left competing for the 2021 NBA championship in the quest to win the title and oddsmakers have wasted no time posting NBA playoffs series prices.

The best basketball betting sites are just as pumped as we are to have NBA postseason basketball and have been updating 2021 playoff series prices daily for second-round matchups. Bettors can wager on these types of props right up until the final buzzer in the NBA Finals.

Here at Odds Shark, we’ll be adding series props and updating odds and notes through to the NBA Finals. 

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2021 NBA Playoffs Series Prices

Milwaukee Bucks (3) vs Brooklyn Nets (2)

Bucks vs Nets Series Price (Nets Lead Series 2-1)
WinnerCurrent OddsOpening Odds
Milwaukee Bucks+300+155
Brooklyn Nets-400-175

Odds as of June 13 at Bovada

  • Kevin Durant, James Harden and Kyrie Irving combined to average 85.2 points per game in the first round vs the Celtics.
  • The Bucks were 2-1 SU and ATS in three games vs the Nets this season. The Nets’ trio of Durant, Harden and Irving didn’t play together in any of those contests.
  • The Milwaukee Bucks were the only team to sweep their opponent in the first round and went 3-1 ATS in those games.


Atlanta Hawks (5) vs Philadelphia 76ers (1)

Hawks vs Sixers Series Price (76ers Lead Series 2-1)
WinnerCurrent OddsOpening Odds
Atlanta Hawks+500+155
Philadelphia 76ers-800-175

Odds as of June 13 at Bovada

  • The Sixers were 2-1 SU and ATS vs the Hawks this season, winning both games at Wells Fargo Center by a combined 66 points.
  • Trae Young led the Hawks in scoring in each playoff game vs the Knicks, averaging 29.2 points and 9.8 assists.
  • The Sixers were 10-11 SU and 9-12 ATS in 21 games during the regular season without Joel Embiid. PHI won Game 5 vs the Wizards by 16 points without him. 


Los Angeles Clippers (4) vs Utah Jazz (1)

Clippers vs Jazz Series Price (Jazz Lead Series 2-1)
WinnerCurrent OddsOpening Odds
Los Angeles Clippers+170+110
Utah Jazz-200-130

Odds as of June 13 at Bovada

  • The Jazz were 2-1 SU and ATS in three games vs the Clippers this season.
  • Kawhi Leonard led all players in scoring at 32.1 PPG in the first round.
  • In three games this season in this matchup, the O/U was 0-2-1 with an average combined score of 214.6 points per game.


Denver Nuggets (3) vs Phoenix Suns (2)

Nuggets vs Suns Series Price (Suns lead Series 3-0)
WinnerCurrent OddsOpening Odds
Denver Nuggets+1800+110
Phoenix Suns-6000-130

Odds as of June 13 at Bovada

  • The Nuggets are led by presumed NBA MVP Nikola Jokic and finished 13-4 SU in 17 games after guard Jamal Murray went down with an injury.
  • The Suns were 1-2 SU and ATS in 3 games vs the Nuggets this season. Phoenix is also 3-17 SU and 6-13-1 ATS in its last 20 games vs Denver.
  • Devin Booker went OVER his projected “total points scored” prop in four of six games vs the Lakers.


How To Read NBA Series Prices Odds

At any sportsbook offering NBA series prices odds, you’ll see the prop laid out like this:

Boston Celtics -440

Philadelphia 76ers +320

Similar to a moneyline bet, where favorites are designated with the minus sign (-), in this case the Boston Celtics are the overwhelming favorite, which means you’ll need to bet more to increase your potential return of profit.

For example, let’s say you think the Celtics are going to win the series over the Sixers. If you bet $100 on Boston, you’d only net a return of $122.73 – your $100 is returned along with $22.73 in profit. Large favorites come with less risk but that means you need to invest more to see a larger profit.

However, let’s say you think the Sixers are going to win the series. If you bet $100 and it hits, you’d get a return of $420 – the original $100 investment is returned along with a nice profit of $320. However, with underdogs comes larger risk as the probability of them winning is low, hence the larger reward.

To find out how much you’d win based on what you bet, check out our Odds Calculator.