LeBron James 2014/2015 NBA Sportsbook Futures and Prop Bets

LeBron James 2014/2015 NBA Sportsbook Futures and Prop Bets

The NBA’s highest profile player has returned home to Cleveland after a successful four-year stint down in Miami in one of the biggest free agent signings in league history. LeBron James’ move also caused one of the biggest shifts in futures odds and props that bettors have ever seen.

The Cavaliers have been buried down the list when it came to BetAnySports NBA betting futures for winning an NBA title, but as soon as the ink dried on King James’ one-year contract with his old team, the betting public drove Cleveland to the top of the list to win this year’s NBA crown.

Looking at TopBET NBA Sportsbooks most recent odds to win this season’s title, the Cavaliers remain at the top of the list as 5/2 odds-on favorites. Last year’s champs, the San Antonio Spurs are listed as 7/2 second favorites followed by Chicago at 11/2. Without LeBron, the Heat are now 50/1 longshots to win it all. When it comes to winning the Eastern Conference, Cleveland is a solid 4/5 favorite with the Bulls’ pro basketball-betting odds set at 9/4.

Moving on to some of TopBET NBA player prop bet odds for the upcoming season, James is at the top of the list to win his fifth league MVP award at 5/6 odds. He already won this award twice with Cleveland in 2009 and 2010 and he claimed his next two trophies in 2012 and 2013 as a member of the Heat.

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The second-favorite to win this season’s MVP is Kevin Durant, of the Oklahoma City Thunder, at 5/1 pro basketball betting odds. However, he will miss the first few months of the season after undergoing surgery on his foot. Chicago’s Derrick Rose returns to the starting lineup as a 10/1 third-favorite to win his second career MVP award.

When it comes to posting the highest scoring average this season, BetAnySports has listed Durant as a 3/2 favorite followed New York’s Carmelo Anthony at 2/1 odds. James is next on the list at 11/4 odds after finishing third in scoring last season with 27.1 points per game.

The impact of LeBron’s return to Cleveland has even spilled over into BetAnySports basketball betting futures odds for NBA Coach of the Year. David Blatt has never coached an NBA regular season game, yet he comes into his first season with the Cavaliers as a 9/2 second-favorite to win this award after the Spurs’ Gregg Popovich at 3/1 NBA Basketball betting odds. Make sure you check out the Best USA Sportsbook To Bet on The 2014-15 NBA Season,  and the NBA 2014 Futures Odds Betting Update – Sept. 17 Top


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