Bucks-Suns NBA Finals Series Betting - Correct Record Score Payout Odds

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Don Shapiro
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You can bet the correct record at the conclusion of the Milwaukee Bucks vs. Phoenix Suns 2021 NBA Finals.  For example, does this one go all the way to seven games before a champion is decided?  In that case, let's say Milwaukee wins in Game 7.  Their Finals series record would be 4-3 with a payout of $600 on every $100 bet (represented as +600).  All correct score series props can be found below with all 2021 NBA Finals props found here.


Rot Milwaukee Bucks vs Phoenix Suns Series - Correct Score Moneyline
7101 Milwaukee Bucks 4-0     +2200
7102 Milwaukee Bucks 4-1     +1000
7103 Milwaukee Bucks 4-2     +500
7104 Milwaukee Bucks 4-3     +600
7105 Phoenix Suns 4-0     +850
7106 Phoenix Suns 4-1     +375
7107 Phoenix Suns 4-2     +400
7108 Phoenix Suns 4-3     +375

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Phoenix certainly has the edge here having gone 2-0 versus Milwaukee this season Straight Up. But Against The Spread, the Suns have been solid as well.  They have covered in seven of the last nine head-to-head matchups.  One needs to be very careful with these numbers, however.  A closer look reveals that Phoenix only beat Milwaukee by a single point in both of the 2020-21 regular season games.

Devin Booker scored 24 points to lead Phoenix to the win and Giannis Antetokounmpo totaled 33 points in the loss for Milwaukee.  Antetokounmpo's status for Game 1 was unclear as of Tuesday morning, though he was listed as doubtful.  The Greek Freak is worth 4 points.  Should he be announced as available Tuesday we would see the line drop to around -2.5 favoring Phoenix.

The Suns are 27-9 on their home court.

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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