With just four teams left standing in the NBA playoffs, now is the perfect time to sign up for Caesars Sportsbook. When you register for a new account using our Caesars Massachusetts promo code STARTFULL, your first bet is on Caesars, up to $1,250.
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Should you lose your first bet, Caesars Sportsbook will credit your account with a Bonus Bet equal to your stake up to $1,250.
Yes, you get a second chance to win your first bet. It’s one of the most generous welcome bonuses in the sports betting industry, and it can be yours when you sign up with Caesars promo code STARTFULL.
Caesars Massachusetts Promo Code STARTFULL: How to Claim
Now that you know what the Caesars Promo Code is, it’s time to talk about how to claim it. The process is pretty straightforward:
- Click on our exclusive Caesars promo code link to register for a new account
- Select the state you will bet from in the drop-down menu and then click on the continue button
- Follow the instructions provided to register for a new account. You’ll need to provide personal information, i.e., name, address, phone number, email address, last four digits of your social security number, etc
- DO NOT FORGET to enter the Caesars promo code STARTFULL in the appropriate space when directed
Once you finish registering for a new account, you’ll need to make your first deposit (min. $10). With money in your account, you are officially ready to place your first bet!
You do not have to make your first bet on an NBA game, but let’s say you are. Locate the game you want to bet on, then find the specific market you want to bet on. Click on that market and place your bet (min. $10).
If you win, congratulations! But if you lose, Caesars will credit your account with a bonus bet equal to your stake up to $1,250. That means that if you bet $100 and lose, you’ll receive a $100 bonus bet. Risk $1,250 and lose; you’ll receive a $1,250 bonus bet. Bet $500, and you’ll get a $500 bonus bet.
The promo applies only to your first bet. So, if you plan on placing several small wagers and a bigger one, place the big one first. Otherwise, when you receive that bonus bet, you may be disappointed.
Betting Odds and Preview for Nuggets vs. Lakers Game 2
Here are the main betting markets for Thursday night’s game.
- Point spread: Denver -5.5
- Moneylines: Denver -225 | Los Angeles +185
- Total (Over/Under): 226.5 points
In Game 1, the Los Angeles Lakers allowed 132 points, which is unacceptable at this stage of the playoffs. Once they woke up near the end of the game, it was already too late for them to come back, but LeBron and company indicated they have the strength to push the Nuggets up against the wall when needed.
The purple and gold cut the deficit to three points with slightly less than three and a half minutes left. Still, they couldn’t keep the same pace on the offensive end, scoring only five points until the end of the event.
Anthony Davis had 40 points on 14-of-23 shooting with 10 rebounds, three steals, and two blocks. James ended the night with 26 points, 12 rebounds, and one assist shy of a triple-double, while Austin Reaves packed five threes for 23 points and eight assists. Rui Hachimura was very good off the bench, with 17 points.
The Denver Nuggets saw another of those Jokic performances, with the Serbian recording his sixth triple-double in the playoffs with 34 points, 21 boards, and 14 assists, plus two blocks. He was dunking over AD, shooting threes, playing pick-and-roll, controlling the glass — everything.
The Nuggets completely controlled the glass, having 47 rebounds to the Lakers’ 30. Michael Porter Jr. added 10 boards to his 15 points and was of great use on the defensive side. Jamal Murray scored 31 points, while Aaron Gordon had 12.