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Nets vs. Bucks Odds, Promo: Bet $1, Win $100 if the Nets Make a 3!

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After a drama-filled offseason, the Brooklyn Nets are back in action on Tuesday against the Milwaukee Bucks.

If you live in New Jersey, you can cash in while watching the Nets opener with this no-brainer of a promo from WynnBET:

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Brooklyn made over 14 threes per game as a team last season, with Kevin Durant and James Harden each averaging over two made 3-pointers per game.

Even if the Nets can’t secure the road victory to start off the season, you’ll still win big with WynnBET as long as Durant, Harden & Co. make at least one shot from behind the arc!

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  • Deposit $20+
  • Place a $1+ spread, moneyline or over/under straight bet on Nets vs. Bucks

Note: After opting in, you can place a first-time wager of $1+ on any NBA game and be rewarded with a $100 free bet if your chosen team makes a 3-pointer. This game is being used as an example.

So you can risk as little as a one dollar of your own, and you’ll earn $100 in free bets as long as the Nets make a single 3-pointer. Pretty sweet deal, right?

And if your original bet hits, you’ll secure those winnings, too!

Don’t miss out on this lucrative opportunity. Head on over to WynnBET before tipoff at Fiserv Forum on Tuesday night!

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