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    Default NBA Return date - July 31st, 2020

    PR odds released for NBA returning.
    **Correction on the return date: July 31st, 2020**


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    NBA Championship: https://mybookie.ag/sportsbook/nba/championship/
    NBA Conference Winners: https://mybookie.ag/sportsbook/nba/conferences/.
    NBA Remaining Regular Season Games Win Total: https://mybookie.ag/sportsbook/nba/regular-season-wins/
    NBA To Make Playoffs: https://mybookie.ag/sportsbook/nba/playoffs/
    NBA Playoff Player Props: https://mybookie.ag/sportsbook/nba/player-props/
    NBA Novelty Props: https://mybookie.ag/sportsbook/nba/specials/

    NBA Return to Play Odds
    Odds to win the 2019/20 NBA Championship
    LA Lakers +200
    Milwaukee Bucks +275
    LA Clippers +300
    Boston Celtics +1200
    Toronto Raptors +1400
    Houston Rockets +1500
    Denver Nuggets +2400
    Philadelphia 76ers +2400
    Miami Heat +3300
    Dallas Mavericks +4000
    Utah Jazz +4000
    Brooklyn Nets +5000
    Indiana Pacers +8000
    New Orleans Pelicans +9000
    Oklahoma City Thunder +9000
    Portland Trail Blazers +15000
    Memphis Grizzlies +17500
    Orlando Magic +17500
    San Antonio Spurs +17500
    Phoenix Suns +20000
    Sacramento Kings +25000
    Washington Wizards +30000

    "The Bucks hold the best record in the NBA, but there is no doubt in my mind that the prolonged mid season layoff will benefit no one more than Lebron James and the LA Lakers. The Lakers have a far harder path to the Larry O’Brien Trophy than Milwaukee does, even with that in mind, it was an easy call to make the Lakers 2/1 favorites to win it all." – David Strauss, Head Oddsmaker at MyBookie.ag



    Will there be a Play In Series for the NBA Playoffs
    Yes -1000
    No +450



    The Western Conference is packed with contenders vying for the final playoff seed. Memphis holds a half game lead on a guaranteed spot, with 4 teams in contention to force a Play In Series. It’s almost for certain that one of Portland, New Orleans, Sacramento or San Antonio will finish the season less than 4 games back. Memphis’ projected schedule vs. Blazers, Jazz, Spurs, Thunder, Bucks, Pelicans, Pelicans, Celtics could have them on the outside looking in as New Orleans and Portland play for the 8th seed. – David Strauss, Head Oddsmaker at MyBookie.ag

    Who will finish with the best overall Regular Season Record?
    Milwaukee Bucks -1500
    LA Lakers +650


    Eastern Conference:
    Odds to win the 2019/20 NBA Eastern Conference Championship
    Milwaukee Bucks -200
    Boston Celtics +600
    Toronto Raptors +900
    Philadelphia 76ers +1200
    Miami Heat +1800
    Brooklyn Nets +1900
    Indiana Pacers +3500
    Orlando Magic +8000
    Washington Wizards +50000

    The Bucks are the class of the NBA this year, -1500 to finish the season with the Best Overall Regular Season Record making it no surprise they are -200 to make the NBA Finals. Not since the Golden State Warriors have we seen a team favored this heavily to in their Conference heading in to the playoffs. Giannis is near unstoppable and I and many a fan hope to see him compete for the title. – David Strauss, Head Oddsmaker at MyBookie.ag



    Which team will the be the 8th seed in the Eastern Conference
    Orlando Magic -250
    Brooklyn Nets +300
    Washington Wizards +900



    Will there be a Play In Series for the Eastern Conference
    Yes +400
    No -900


    It’s not inconceivable that Washington can close the 1.5 game gap to force a Play In Series in the East, however it’s also not likely. A potential schedule vs. Celtics, Thunder, 76ers, Nets, Bucks, Celtics, Suns, Bucks mean the Wizards only face their direction competition once making a play in series all the more unlikely. – David Strauss, Head Oddsmaker at MyBookie.ag


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    Are they still planning on playing at Disney?

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    https://www.nytimes.com/2020/06/06/s...ney-world.html

    OK I guess a portion will play in Florida.


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    Still a bit early for the announced playing locations.

    Rumor has it 2 bubbles:
    West could play in Arizona, LA or Las Vegas
    East FLD = Orlando/Miami

    Most likely inside a “bubble” or “bubbles” in an MGM hotel in Las Vegas (the Mandalay Bay) and/or at the Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando. There has been momentum toward two bubbles of late, with possibly the West teams in Las Vegas and the East in Orlando. (Other cities are still in consideration, but are seen as long shots.)

    North East is a long shot to host any games b/c of covid.

    Will be amazing to see this shake out.
    I'm hopeful for a 25 to 50% fan based crowd if Covid numbers continue to regress.
    If not "no fan" plan will remain and TV ratings will be huge.

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    na fan plans in UFC had less people than expected
    just saying
    We are all bloodsucking ticks, hungry, devious
    each one latched on to the ass of the previous
    when the last and the first latch on it can be shown
    ass-blood sucked by the first from the last is his own

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    I realize all sports are currently planning and working from the same narrative of a "Fanless" return to professional sports.
    The COVID-19 health care precautions are working wonders.

    As we've witnessed in these recent protests around the world and mainly in the US.
    These crowds breached many CV precautionary measures.

    If no new spike in the coming weeks. Why not assume we're globally safe from a 2nd Wave of Covid at least between now and next flu season.
    Why no adjust and include fans during a Stage 3 setting at 50%.

    I'm not fluent in the Stages is there a stage 4 is that international travel? This too is coming.

    Sitting in a half filled stadium isn't going to make thing worse IMO.

    Maybe the fans allowed should be regular season fans only (optional attendance)
    They can BYOB/food and see if this is an issue.

    I'm guessing this would be welcomed by both fans, players and possibly owners.

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