Best Betting Odds For NJ Sportsbooks 2019 – NBA Finals & NHL Stanley Cup Champions

Posted on May 30, 2019

NBA Finals Betting Odds & NHL Stanley Cup Betting Odds

It’s the end of May which means it’s time to crown champions for the NHL and NBA. For the first time, New Jersey online sports betting sites can offer odds on the two spring finals series.

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Basketball has done huge handle in 2019, keeping numbers around the level we saw during football season. Hockey hasn’t been as successful, as it’s more nuanced to bet (and the local teams haven’t been great).

With the puck already dropped in the Stanley Cup Finals, we still have some time to go over the prices. If you haven’t made a bet on the NBA Finals, consider this your guide before it gets started in Toronto Thursday.

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Warriors vs. Raptors NBA Finals Betting Odds

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Dub City versus the Six. Chef, KD, and their crew against The Klaw and his team. Golden State Warriors want to make it three straight and four of five titles, while the Toronto Raptors look to bring the first title to Toronto in over 25 years.

Some bettors got their money in early. DraftKings did a nice little promo for fans on May 14th, when they offered +514 odds on the Warriors to three-peat. Those who used the free $5.14 bet could take home over $25.

Good news though, players can still that payoff now. Just put some money on either team winning in seven games at 888Sport or PlaySugarHouse.

Golden State is a heavy favorite, at -286 or higher at most NJ books.

The best price for Toronto is +255 on PlayMGM’s app.

There are a lot of other options, from individual game totals to who will win MVP (hint: Steph Curry is the across-the-board favorite). Take a look around and find your favorites.

PointsBet is keeping up their aggressive offers with a couple sweet deals. They shortened their vig on the spread and totals to -105. They also will pay out bets if your team is ahead after three quarters.

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Bruins vs. Blues NHL Stanley Cup Betting Odds

Condolences to all those holding tickets on the Blues getting a sweep. Hey, at least PointsBet also pays off automatically any two-goal leads.

Boston’s win in Game 1 solidifies their status as heavy favorites

FanDuel and ResortsCasino.com have the best price on the Bruins at -290.

For the Blues, William Hill has the best odds at +255.

The best price for the Bruins to sweep the series: +500 or so, pending the book

  • Of course that’d be the choice of sports betting connoisseur and Boston superfan Dave Portnoy.

Conn Smythe prices are also available at some books.

Currently the morning line favorite is Boston goalie Tuukka Rask.

There aren’t as many bets to track in the Stanley Cup Finals. However, there are still ways to get some action while watching this famous rematch.

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