A made 3-pointer in the NBA Finals nets you $200 thanks to a new BetMGM Bonus Code. All you need to do is open a new online account and bet $10 on the NBA Finals to take advantage of this near-sure thing.
With the Golden State Warriors and the Boston Celtics squaring off in the Finals, it figures to be a high-scoring series. Warriors star guard Steph Curry led the NBA in 3-pointers this year with 285 (4.5 a game), while the Celtics’ Jayson Tatum was ninth on the list this year with 230 (3.0 a game).
As a team, Golden State averages 14.2 3-pointers a contest. Boston averages 13.3.
Game 1 of the best-of-seven series begins June 2. The other Tennessee sports betting apps have bonus offers, too.
BetMGM Tennessee Bonus Code SHARP: How It Works
Cashing in on this promotion is as easy as a wide-open look for Steph Curry. Just follow these easy steps:
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Note that this promo is good for new accounts only, and the wager is limited to $10 to get the $200 payout on a winner.
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NBA Finals Preview
For the sixth time since 2015, Golden State is back in the NBA Finals. In the previous five matchups, it has won three championships.
For Boston, the wait has been a lot longer. The Celtics are making their first NBA Finals appearance since 2010 when they lost to the Los Angeles Lakers in seven games. Their last title came in 2008 against the Lakers.
With the Warriors having easily rolled through the Western Conference playoffs, it’s no surprise to see them favored in the series. Golden State has -160 odds, compared to Boston’s +130.
The Warriors are 3.5-point favorites for Game 1 in San Francisco.
If the Celtics are to pull off the upset, they need Tatum to again be the superstar to carry them. In the playoffs, he has averaged 27 points, 6.7 rebounds, and 5.9 assists.
The Celtics also need their defense, including Defensive Player of the Year Marcus Smart, to keep the Warriors’ offensive stars in check. Curry (25.9 points), Klay Thompson (19.8), Jordan Poole (18.4) and Andrew Wiggins (15.8) are all averaging more than 15 points a game. With that balance, it is no wonder Golden State is favored.
Bookmakers see the series going long, with BetMGM posting odds of +170 and +210 to have the series go six or seven games, respectively.
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