Caesars Sportsbook Promo Code ACTION4FULL Buckets $1,250 for Cavs-Jazz, Any Tuesday Game
Caesars Sportsbook Thursday NBA Donovan Mitchell, 1/12/2023
Donovan Mitchell will return to his former team's arena for the first time in Tuesday's Cavaliers-Jazz game. Caesars Sportsbook promo code ACTION4FULL can get new users up to $1,250 on this game, or any game in any other sport.
If your first bet loses, you'll be refunded what you lost in bet credits. Just use Caesars Sportsbook promo code ACTION4FULL at checkout to activate the offer.
If you're in Ohio, use Caesars promo code ACTION41BET which bumps the ceiling to $1,500 in return value. So if you're looking to back the native Cavs in Mitchell's revenge game, this is an excellent opportunity.
What do we mean by "return value?" Whatever amount you bet for your first wager on the Caesars platform will be refunded should it lose. So we have:
- Caesars Ohio promo code: ACTION41BET
- All other states: ACTION4FULL
Aside from the NBA slate, these offers can also be used on any sport or event taking place Tuesday. We'll preview the Cavs-Jazz to illustrate this promotion, bet credits and more resources for betting at Caesars.
How the Caesars Promo Code Works
These kinds of book promotions are a chance to take advantage with riskier bets. That said, we want to find a line that’s plus. Also, we’ll make more money back over time, which is what’s called expected value.
It’s more about long-run profits and less about how many bets you win or lose. Plus, in this situation, the book will stake your loss, which grants a second shot should your bet lose. We’ll want to pick a longshot that’s also backed with some substance.
Previewing Cleveland Cavaliers (-140) vs. Utah Jazz (+118)
The Utah Jazz were set to begin their rebuild when they sent their leading scorer in Donovan Mitchell to the Cleveland Cavaliers for draft picks. Mitchell played the first five seasons of his career in Utah and established himself as No. 8 in all-time Jazz point scorers. He now embodies that role for Cleveland facing a Jazz team that, despite sitting at 11th in the West, averages 117.6 PPG — third in the NBA. The 26-year-old guard has helped propel the Cavs to fourth in the Eastern Conference after several years of irrelevance.
The Cavs took the first meeting on Dec. 19, 122-99 in Cleveland. Mitchell was held to 23 points, but still led a balanced lineup that dominated in field goal percentage 61.4% to 38.7%. Because it's not only the offensive boost that Mitchell provides, but it's Cleveland's impeccable, league-leading defense that makes them difficult; they rank No. 1 in FGM by the opposition. The Jazz have been held below 100 points only three times this season.
Otherwise, Utah is always bound to provide a recipe for the over. Its 3-7 in its last ten contests while averaging 120.5 PPG in that span. The key pieces to the offense are Lauri Markkanen (24.5 PPG, 52.9 FG%) and Jordan Clarkson (20.4 PPG, 44.8 FG%). The two combined for 47.5% of the Jazz's points in the Dec. 19 loss. If the Cavs can slow those two down like last time, the road to victory is a clear one.
The Pick: Both teams have found relative success ATS: Cleveland (20-19-2), Utah (23-20). Expect Mitchell's return to be a celebratory effort, but the Jazz to keep better pace this time. For this promo bet, let's go with Cavs -2.5 + over 225.5 at +257.
How Does This Bet Settle?
Since we can bet anything up to $1,250, let's put a clean $100 down on this +257 parlay. A win would spell $257 profit for a $357 payout. In the case of losing, we have $100 in bet credits to use on anything.
We'll see the bet credits once it settles (if it loses). They don't have to be used all at once, but let's place all $100 on the Flyers to beat the Capitals on Wednesday at +143. It's a $143 payout (Caesars takes the $100 in bet credits back) if the Flyers win. But we are down to $0 if they lose.
Seek More Tuesday NBA Bets:
- Malik Smith gives headway to why Donovan Mitchell should have a fruitful night at the three-point line in his Cavs-Jazz preview.
- PropBet Guy drops in to explain why the Cavs should give Mike Conley a tough time and where the value is.
- Kenny Ducey draws out the reasoning for why the Warriors should have their way against the Suns if Steph Curry should return.
- Andrew O'Connor-Watts preaches that Miami's injury issues is all the reason to ride the Thunder ATS Tuesday.
- Jacob McKenna backs the Mavericks to cover against the Clippers due to Luka Doncic's dominance.
Quick Bet Tip: Don’t Overreact to Trends
It’s tempting to place a bet on a team riding a five-game win streak or fade the team that’s in a slump. Don’t. Teams that are following a win are historically overvalued.
Here’s one of our examples: Say the 76ers just had a blowout victory. Or they've strung several wins together. The oddsmakers might have a true opener of Chiefs -13.5, but since they know the public will take the 76ers no matter what, they’ll open Detroit at -14 or -14.5. in turn, bettors are getting an overpriced and bad number.
It also works in reverse. Teams that are rebounding from a bad loss are always undervalued. If the Pistons are reeling from a brutal loss, oddsmakers know people will have biased against them when placing a bet. So instead of a true +13 opening on Philly, they’ll set it at +13.5 or even +14.
This is why we like to encourage bettors to buy on bad news and sell on good news.
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- Wager up to $1,250 on your first bet.