Published: 29.06.2022

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**Odds to make the NBA Playoffs**

- Atlanta Hawks: Yes (-200) / No (+160) ...
- Boston Celtics: Off Board. ...
- Brooklyn Nets: Yes (-1250) / No (+650) ...
- Cleveland Cavaliers: Yes (-10000) / No (+1400) ...
- Charlotte Hornets: Yes (+2000) ...
- Chicago Bulls: Yes (+215) / No (-275) ...
- Dallas Mavericks: Yes (-700) / No (+475) ...
- Denver Nuggets: Off Board.

This is because the sportsbooks want to avoid a push, which is when there is a tie (for example, the line is -5 and it lands on that number). Your money would be returned in that case. The Cavaliers would then be +5.5, which means **they would cover if they lost by less than 5.5 points, or if they were to win outright**.

What Does a +7 Spread Mean? A +7 spread is very commonly seen in the NFL due to the scoring of a touchdown and a successful extra point. It can be seen in other sports, as well. If the spread is set at +7, this means that **to cover, the underdog must either win the game outright or lose by fewer than seven points**.

If the odds are minus (–), then that amount of money must be wagered to win $100. (e.g. –150 means you must bet $150 to win $100.) If the odds are plus (+), **that amount of money would be earned on a successful $100 wager**. (e.g. +150 means you make $150 on a $100 wager.)

The Boston Celtics
Who Has the Best Odds to Win the 2023 NBA Finals? The **Boston Celtics** are the favorite to win the NBA title at +390 odds, followed by the Brooklyn Nets at +600 odds . The Milwaukee Bucks hold on at +600, while the Denver Nuggets improved to +750 odds.

Whenever you see odds listed at +200, you are looking at either a moneyline or future odds. Against the spread or total betting odds will typically be offered at -110 for each side, and it's rare that it would ever go to +200. **Moneyline odds that are listed at +200 mean that a team is a clear underdog in the bet**.

By betting on the spread, you wager on whether you think that Team 1 will win by more than 8.5 points (so 9 points or more). Conversely, if you wanted to bet on Team 2 +8.5, **you are wagering that Team 2 will either win or only lose by fewer than 8.5 points** (so 8 points or fewer).

With a spread of 11.5, you can either take the Warriors -11.5 (meaning you think Curry and company will win by more than 11.5 points) or you can go with the **Grizzlies +11.5 (meaning you think that even though the underdogs may lose the game outright, they will lose by less than 11.5 points**).

What do +600 odds mean: These are Moneyline odds for a heavy underdog that payout $600 on a winning $100 wager. What does +1200 mean in betting: This is another example of Moneyline odds for a massive underdog. A $100 bet on a team at +1200 means **a payout of $1,200 if successful**.

the Boston Celtics
NBA Championship Odds are available for the 2022-23 season, with the **Boston Celtics** sitting at +400 to win the title. Milwaukee is also a favorite along with the C's in the Eastern Conference at +800, highlighting the two best teams in the top-heavy East.

If the odds are plus (+), that amount of money would be earned on a successful $100 wager. (e.g. +150 means you make $150 on a $100 wager.) Money line is also sometimes referred to as “American Odds.” The standard (and often implied) number is –110, meaning a successful bet of $110 would net $100 profit.

**A free throw is worth one point** and occurs after a player is fouled in the act of shooting or when the other team is in the bonus. A two-point shot occurs when a player makes a basket inside of the three-point arc, while a three-point shot occurs when they make a shot from outside of the arc.

This is because the sportsbooks want to avoid a push, which is when there is a tie (for example, the line is -5 and it lands on that number). Your money would be returned in that case. The Cavaliers would then be +5.5, which means **they would cover if they lost by less than 5.5 points, or if they were to win outright**.

underdog
An underdog could be expressed, for example, as +7.5. That means that **if the team wins the game, or loses by seven or fewer points, then those who bet on that team won**. If they lose by eight or more points then the favorite has covered the spread, and those who bet on the underdog lose their money.

A point spread is a bet on the margin of victory in a game. The stronger team or player will be favored by a certain number of points, depending on the perceived gap in ability between the two teams. A minus sign (-) means that team is the favorite. **A plus sign (+) means that team is the underdog**.

What do +600 odds mean: These are Moneyline odds for a heavy underdog that payout $600 on a winning $100 wager. What does +1200 mean in betting: This is another example of Moneyline odds for a massive underdog. A $100 bet on a team at +1200 means **a payout of $1,200 if successful**.

**NBA Power Rankings: The Nets are the league's hottest team; Luka magic strikes again**

- Toronto Raptors. ...
- Oklahoma City Thunder. ...
- Chicago Bulls. ...
- Los Angeles Lakers. ...
- Orlando Magic. 2022-23 record: 13-22. ...
- Washington Wizards. 2022-23 record: 14-21. ...
- San Antonio Spurs. 2022-23 record: 11-23. ...
- Houston Rockets. 2022-23 record: 10-24.

Higher numbers like +400, +500, +5000, etc. represent **how much of an underdog the team is in the game**. The higher the number the more likely the team is expected to lose in the eyes of the oddsmakers. The number also indicates how much money would win in comparison to every $100 you wager.

By betting on the spread, you wager on whether you think that Team 1 will win by more than 8.5 points (so 9 points or more). Conversely, if you wanted to bet on Team 2 +8.5, **you are wagering that Team 2 will either win or only lose by fewer than 8.5 points** (so 8 points or fewer).

By betting on the spread, you wager on whether you think that Team 1 will win by more than 8.5 points (so 9 points or more). Conversely, if you wanted to bet on Team 2 +8.5, you are wagering that Team 2 will either win or only lose by fewer than 8.5 points (so **8 points or fewer**).

Odds with Minus Sign (Favorite)
When you bet on the favorite **you get worse payout odds on your bet since they're more likely to win**. The team with a negative number (like -110) is the favorite. The number next to the minus sign is the amount you must bet to win $100 in profit.

That means the Titans need to win by more than seven points for you to cash your bet Tennessee -7 bet. The “minus” 7 is because you take their score at the end of the game and subtract seven points from it. If they win by exactly seven, that's a “push” and you get your initial wager amount back.

When horse racing odds are shown in the form of 7-2, 5-1, etc, it expresses the amount of profit to the amount invested. So odds of 7-2 mean that **for every $2 invested, the punter gets $7 profit in return**. This means when you bet $2, the total return if the bet is successful is $9.

For example: Green Bay –6.5 means that Green Bay is the favorite and must win by at least 7 points. Chicago +6.5 means that **Chicago is the underdog and has been “spotted” or “given” 6.5 points**; if Chicago loses by 6 or fewer points, it is a winning bet (if Chicago pulls an outright upset, it is also a winning bet).

NBA single-game scoring reaches new heights in 2022-23 season. The next non-Chamberlain 70-point game after Baylor's came in April 1978 when **David Thompson** poured in 73 points with the Denver Nuggets. That was followed by The Admiral, former San Antonio Spurs big man David Robinson, in April 1994 with a 71-point game.

**Lakers**' impressive popularity numbers
Based on this, the Lakers received a score of 30 to take the top position due to having 20.5 million followers on Instagram, and the hashtag #Lakers being used more than seven million times. In addition, they are the NBA franchise with the third highest attendance in the league.

The Lakers are followed by the Golden State Warriors, New York Knicks, Chicago Bulls, and Boston Celtics. At the other extreme, The Minnesota Timberwolves score at the bottom of our list. Other struggling NBA brands include the Hornets, Pelicans, Grizzlies, and Wizards.

When you see a plus sign in front of a number (like +150 for example) it tells you which team is the underdog. You get a higher payout betting on the underdog since they're less likely to win. The team with the plus sign (like +150) is the underdog. If the number is +150, **a $100 bet will win you $150 in profit**.

Developing a **one-handed dunk requires less vertical ability than a two-handed dunk**, and, for most players, jumping off of one foot from a running start makes it easier to jump high enough to dunk. There are many things that you can do to work on your vertical leap.

Other than Chamberlain and Bryant, the only players in NBA history who have scored 70 points in an NBA game are **David Thompson** (73), Elgin Baylor (71), David Robinson (71), Donovan Mitchell (71) and Devin Booker (70). Chamberlain is the only player in NBA history with multiple 70-point games.

How Arbitrage and Betting the Middle Works. Betting the middle involves taking both sides of a two-way bet. For instance, **if you were betting on a football game between the Indianapolis Colts and Cincinnati Bengals, you'd bet on both teams to win**, each at different sportsbooks that are offering different betting odds.

If the odds on a tennis player said +150, that means that for a $100 bet, you would win $150. Now, if there is a minus sign in front of the odds, that is the number that you would have to bet in order to win $100. For example, if a football team was -250, that means you'd have to bet $250 to win $100.

When horse racing odds are shown in the form of 7-2, 5-1, etc, it expresses the amount of profit to the amount invested. So odds of 7-2 mean that **for every $2 invested, the punter gets $7 profit in return**. This means when you bet $2, the total return if the bet is successful is $9.

the underdog
New York Giants +240
If you see a plus sign (+) in front of the number, that indicates that **it's the underdog**, and again, the number after it indicates how much you'd win with a $100 bet. If you bet $100 on the Giants to win, and they did, you'd win $240.

This also means that **your wager won't profit as much as it would if it was a positive number although you're more likely to win the bet**. For instance, a $100 wager on +220 odds would return a profit of $220. However, a team with -220 odds would require a $220 bet to return a profit of $100.

Odds with a plus sign are underdog bets. Plus odds tell you how much profit you will get on a $100 bet. A $100 bet with +200 odds nets you **$200 profit plus your original $100 bet**. If you bet $20, you would profit $40. For the rare even money odds, those can be listed as -100, +100 or EV.

**Top 5 NBA Dunkers of All Time**

- Michael Jordan. We could not miss his ''Airness'' to the list of the best dunkers of all time as his signature free-throw line dunk in the 1988 Slam Dunk Contest has given birth to the logo of his own shoe line under Nike. ...
- LeBron James. ...
- Blake Griffin. ...
- Julius Erving.

**Without further ado, here are the top five dunkers in NBA history.**

- Vince Carter. No doubt, Vince Carter is the best dunker in NBA history by a mile. ...
- Michael Jordan. The greatest player to ever grace an NBA court, Michael Jordan, was a phenomenal dunker. ...
- Lebron James. ...
- Julius Erving. ...
- Dominique Wilkins.

**The #69 has been banned**. No NBA player has ever worn the number 69, which is believed to be implicitly banned due to its sexual connotations; the NBA has never confirmed this. Dennis Rodman had allegedly requested the number 69 when he joined the Dallas Mavericks but was refused and instead wore 70.

**It has only happened once in the United States**, however. Wilt Chamberlain of the National Basketball Association's Philadelphia Warriors scored 100 points on March 2, 1962 against the New York Knicks during a game played at Hersheypark Arena in Hershey, Pennsylvania.