A Strange Start Into The NBA Season: Week 4 Betting Odds
It’s week 4 of the NBA betting odds and we’re witnessing a lopsided season. Or maybe we were expecting the James-led Cavaliers to dominate the Eastern Conference and the reigning NBA champions, the Golden State Warriors was seemingly relaxed and slowly inched their way to the number one slot in the Western Conference standings. Well, Durant and Curry only have 3 losses amidst their slow start. But the Cavs are the exact opposite. The co-finalists reached the point that they were the 10th team in the Eastern Conference–and for the non-hoops fan, that means they have the lowest win-loss record in their bracket–but is now getting into the rhythm and are getting to the .500 mark. One of the crazy things in this season though is that the Pistons–who were logged at 38.5 total wins and had +100 odds to make the playoffs this season have the second spot in the East Conference with a 10-4 record. Also, with the unfortunate injury of Gordon Hayward, it was expected that the Celtics–even with Kyrie Irving–to have lower chances to make the Finals, but ironically, they lead the Eastern Conference with a 13-2 record and flaunting 13 straight wins. Basketball is definitely unpredictable, no matter the odds.
Place Bitcoin Bets On Futures
Now, as we’ve reached the first month of NBA action, the odds have drastically changed for every team.
In no surprise, the Warriors have -250 odds to represent the West in the NBA Finals, but just behind them are the Rockets with +650–and that is with Chris Paul bearing missing a few games due to his injury–of course, the Spurs, who are also without Kawhi, have +800 odds to win the Western Conference due to the indefinite return date for the team’s star player.
In the Eastern Conference, the Cavs is still the front-runner to win the NBA Championship with -175 odds on top Bitcoin sportsbooks. But the Celtics are listed with +1400 odds and that is an advisable Bitcoin sports bet to place because even without Hayward, Irving with Al Horford have both been performing well and they may be on their way to end their long title drought. But it doesn’t mean the current greatest basketball player in LeBron James will allow that to happen. The Cavs is still considered a safe bet, but if you’re looking to make a profit, the C’s might just make it happen for you.