NBA Finals Game 4: Betting On Anthony Davis Prop Bets

  • Anthony Davis has -303 odds to score over 25 points in Game 4 of the NBA Finals.
  • Anthony Davis has -119 odds to score 30 or more points.
  • Anthony Davis has +300 odds to win the Finals MVP.

ORLANDO, Fla. – With the first three games of the NBA Finals in the books, those looking to bet on the NBA have plenty of options especially when looking to bet on Anthony Davis.

Online sportsbooks have different player prop bets on Anthony Davis in addition to plenty of other player prop bets.

Some of the NBA odds on Anthony Davis include if he will score a certain amount of points or not.

Starting with the lowest amount of points, Davis has -303 odds to score 25 or more points and -119 odds to score 30 or more points. These two bets should go hand in hand as Davis has been great thus far in these finals having scored over 30 points in two of the three games.

Davis failed to reach this mark during Game 3 where he got into early foul trouble.

When looking at if AD will score 35 points or more, this is where bettors can and should take the risk as he has +168 odds of doing so. Davis will clearly look to capitalize in Game 4 but Davis has yet to surpass 35 or more points in these finals.

Betting On The Finals MVP

In addition to betting on single-game props on Anthony Davis, Davis is second on the odds boards to win the Finals MVP.

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Odds To Win 2020 NBA Finals MVP

  • LeBron James -300
  • Anthony Davis +300
  • Jimmy Butler +650
  • Bam Adebayo +2800
  • Tyler Herro +5000
  • Goran Dragic +20000
  • Rajon Rondo +20000
  • Kyle Kuzma +25000

Sure, LeBron James would be a great bet to make, but Anthony Davis could be the more beneficial bet to make here and has a real opportunity to win the award and offer a great payout in doing so.

In his first NBA Finals appearance, Davis has been nothing short of spectacular as he has averaged 27 ppg, 9.3 rpg, 3 apg, 1 blk and 1 spg.

These numbers are certainly good enough to push him in contention with LeBron for the Finals MVP.

Some might think that the obvious choice here is LeBron being that he has more Finals experience and also has the stats to back that up, this is not wrong but the fact that this is Davis’s first finals appearance makes this even more impressive.

As mentioned before, this is a bit of a riskier bet, but would offer a great payout at online sportsbooks if Davis does end up on top.