The Los Angeles Lakers are again early favorites for the 2021 NBA title, opening at +400, and now sitting at +350.
Luka Doncic had one of the most impressive sophomore seasons in NBA history, and oddsmakers like him to continue his ascent, marking him as the early 2020-21 MVP favorite (+450).
LaMelo Ball (+400) landed in an ideal situation for Rookie of the Year candidacy, on the identity and expectation-less Charlotte Hornets.
Internet lightning rod LaMelo Ball has overtaken Anthony Edwards (-106) as the favorite to go No. 1 in the NBA draft, rising to -115 odds.
While there is a level of mystery surrounding James Wiseman, the 7-foot-1 center has bulked up in a big way and looks like an ideal fit for the Golden State Warriors at No. 2 overall.
After a playoff flameout, the regular-season juggernaut Milwaukee Bucks are back on top of the NBA win total odds board at 49.5 for the shortened 2020-21 season.
Luka Doncic nearly knocked off the L.A. Clippers on his own during the playoffs and with some investment in the talent around him this offseason, he could lead the Dallas Mavericks to the top of the West and beyond.
As usual, the Lakers are the public play, attracting 68 percent of tickets and money at FanDuel Sportsbook through Saturday afternoon for Sunday's Game 6.
Between the 18.3 shot attempts and 11.3 free-throw tries he's averaging over the past four games, Jimmy Butler will get plenty of chances to convert the Over on his point total.
LeBron James and the Lakers can finish off the Heat and claim the NBA championship in Game 5 on Wednesday Night. FanDuel Sportsbook opened Los Angeles -7.5 and moved to -7.
The Miami Heat got Bam Adebayo back for Game 4, but were unable to come away with the win in a tight contest. Can they get a victory in Friday's Game 5 and extend the series?
Jimmy Butler and the Heat hope to fully climb back into the NBA Finals in Tuesday night's Game 4 against LeBron James and the Lakers. FanDuel opened Los Angeles a 7.5-point favorite.
Anthony Davis and the Lakers had a forgettable performance in Game 3, but we're banking on them bouncing back for Tuesday's Game 4 against the Miami Heat.
LeBron James and the Los Angeles Lakers shifted to 8.5-point favorites for Game 3 of the NBA Finals after opening -10 at FanDuel Sportsbook.
Anthony Davis pulled down 14 boards in Game 2, and we don't see Bam Adebayo's possible return for Game 3 derailing his impact on the glass.
LeBron James and Co. breezed to a 116-98 victory laying 4.5 points in Game 1. FanDuel Sportsbook opened them at -7 for Game 2, which rose quickly to -9.5 amid Miami injury concerns.
Los Angeles was able to get Anthony Davis and LeBron James enough rest during the first three series to keep them fresh for the NBA Finals. They combined for 59 points, 22 rebounds and 14 assists in Game 1.
The Miami Heat have seven SU and ATS wins as underdogs in the 2020 NBA Playoffs. They opened as five-point underdogs for Wednesday's NBA Finals Game 1 against the Los Angeles Lakers.
Rajon Rondo has dished out at least seven assists in seven of the Lakers' last nine games., with Los Angeles going 8-1 SU and 6-2-1 ATS over that stretch.
LeBron James is the odds-on favorite to win his fourth career NBA Finals MVP, but his teammate Anthony Davis isn't far behind him on the betting board.