Slam Dunk Contest Betting Odds - 2018 NBA All Star Break

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Feb/17/2018

Gambling911.com has your Slam Dunk Contest betting odds for the 2018 NBA All Star Break.

Dennis Smith Jr. was listed at just shy of 2/1 odds.

The Mavericks player has some stiff competition with Donovan Mitchell, Larry Nance Jr. and Victor Oladipo all coming in under 4/1 odds.

"I've been dunking for a long time so I'm ready for it," Smith said. "What's crazy is I never really thought about it too much. I always wanted to be in the All-Star Game, not so much the dunk contest, but to be in it is a blessing, and I'm looking forward to it."

The very first slam dunk contest was won by Julius Erving of the Nets at the 1976 ABA All-Star Game. The current champion of the NBA Dunk Contest is Glenn Robinson III of the Indiana Pacers.

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Odds to Win the Slam Dunk Contest
 
08:00 PM 37601 Dennis Smith Jr.   +175  
37602 Donovan Mitchell   +225  
37603 Larry Nance Jr.   +225  
37604 Victor Oladipo   +350  

- Tyrone Black, Gambling911.com

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