NBA King of the Hill Tournament: Betting Odds & Props for Thursday’s 4 Games

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Tonight after our pushup live stream, The Action Network’s King of the Hill 1-on-1 NBA tournament will continue with four games. We’ll be airing the games back-to-back-to-back-to-back live on our Twitter handle.

If you missed last night’s action, here are the streams and results, along with an updated bracket for the tournament.

And here are tonight’s games, along with the betting odds and some player props to wager on with your friends. Good luck!

1. LeBron James vs. 16. Kelly Oubre

Time: Thursday night | Watch @ActionNetworkHQ

  • Spread: LeBron -6.5
  • Moneyline: LeBron -4500, Oubre +2500
  • Over/Under: 15.5

Player props for tonight…

  • Will LeBron win by exactly 5, 6 or 7 points? Yes/no
  • Over/under LeBron dunks: 3.5
  • Over/under Oubre points in the paint: 2.5

8. Zach LaVine vs. 9. Kemba Walker

Time: Thursday night | Watch @ActionNetworkHQ

  • Spread: Pick’em
  • Moneyline: LaVine -130, Kemba +100
  • Over/Under: 17.5

Player props for tonight…

  • Over/under margin of victory: 3.5
  • Over/under LaVine dunks: 1.5
  • Over/under Kemba steals + blocks: 0.5

5. Russell Westbrook vs. 12. Gordon Hayward

Time: Thursday night | Watch @ActionNetworkHQ

  • Spread: Westbrook -3.5
  • Moneyline: Westbrook -340, Hayward +290
  • Over/Under: 17.5

Player props for tonight…

  • Will Westbrook win by exactly 2, 3 or 4 points? Yes/no
  • Over/under Westbrook dunks: 2.5
  • Will be a 3-pointer be made? Yes/no

4. Bradley Beal vs. 13. Buddy Hield

Time: Thursday night | Watch @ActionNetworkHQ

  • Spread: Beal -3.5
  • Moneyline: Beal -450, Hield +350
  • Over/Under: 17.5

Player props for tonight…

  • Will there be a point scored in the first 8.5 seconds? Yes/no
  • Over/under total made 3s: 1.5
  • Over/under total points in the paint: 10.5

Full Coverage: Action’s King of the Hill Tourney