Dallas Mavericks NBA Championship Odds


The Dallas Mavericks find themselves with the 10th best record (29-23) in the NBA, 7th best record in the Western Conference. Dallas has won 6 out of their last 8 games and look to finish the season strong heading into playoffs.

According to Sports Betting Dime, the Dallas Mavericks have the 11th best odds in the NBA at winning the 2021 NBA Championship. (Odds as of April 8th)

2021 NBA Championship Odds

Brooklyn Nets+260
Los Angeles Lakers+340
Los Angeles Clippers+500
Milwaukee Bucks+750
Utah Jazz+850
Philadelphia 76ers+1100
Denver Nuggets+1600
Miami Heat+2800
Phoenix Suns+2800
Boston Celtics+4400
Dallas Mavericks+4400

The Dallas Mavericks have the 6th best odds in the Western Conference at winning the 2021 NBA Championship. (Odds as of April 8th)

2021 NBA Championship Odds – Western Conference

Los Angeles Lakers+340
Los Angeles Clippers+500
Utah Jazz+850
Denver Nuggets+1600
Phoenix Suns+2800
Dallas Mavericks+4400
Portland Trail Blazers+4500
Golden State Warriors+15000
Memphis Grizzlies+15000
New Orleans Pelicans+15000
San Antonio Spurs+15000
Sacramento Kings+50000
Houston Rockets+90000
Minnesota Timberwolves+90000
Oklahoma City Thunder+90000

The Mavericks head into a stretch where they can make some ground and move up the standing in the Western Conference with 20 games left in the season. Dallas next 5 games include Philadelphia 76ers, Memphis Grizzlies, New York Knicks, Sacramento Kings and Detroit Pistons.

5 things that stand out in the last 10 games:

  • Defeated Jazz and Bucks at home demonstrating probably their two best games of the season.
  • Mavs are 6-4 in those games. 5th seed Lakers are 5-5, 6th seed Trail Blazers are 6-4.
  • Porziņģis played both games in back-to-back on the road at Rockets and in Dallas against Bucks, also averaging 23.4 PPG (48 FG%), 12.4 RPG, 2.3 APG, 1.7 BPG.
  • Losing to sub .500 teams is a concern with lack of focus beating teams they should have defeated: Pelicans, Pacers, Rockets, Spurs.
  • Finney-Smith is averaging 46.4% from the three point line.

Mavericks (29-23) vs 76ers (36-17) tonight on ESPN, Bally Sports Southwest.

J.J. Redick (heel) practiced with the team Saturday and will make his Mavs debut against the 76ers Monday. Maxi Kleber (leg soreness) will be available to play. Willie Cauley-Stein (health & safety protocol) returned to the team for Sunday’s game against the San Antonio Spurs and will be available against the 76ers. Kristaps Porziņģis (injury recovery) is out in the second night of a back-to-back. George Hill (thumb) is out for the 76ers tonight against the Mavs.

Dallas Mavericks are currently 7th seed and 1.5 games behind 6th seed Portland Trail Blazers.

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