Utah Jazz Odds1st in Northwest Division
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- Games out of playoffs
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There are no injuries for this team currently.
Jazz 2022 Schedule & Betting Odds
|Apr 29th||DAL||L 96-98||+1 L||U 210.5||DAL -103|
|Apr 26th||@DAL||L 77-102||+3 L||U 212.5||DAL +128|
|Apr 23rd||DAL||W 100-99||-5.5 L||U 214||UTA -225|
|Apr 22nd||DAL||L 118-126||-8 L||O 208||DAL -380|
|Apr 19th||@DAL||L 104-110||-5 L||O 206.5||DAL -210|
|Apr 16th||@DAL||W 99-93||-5.5 W||U 208.5||UTA -225|
|Apr 11th||@POR||W 111-80||-17 W||U 220||UTA -2500|
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Utah Jazz 2021-22 Season
Last year’s No. 1 seed in the West got off to a solid start this season before stumbling a bit down the stretch. Now the four seed, Utah has some catching up to do if they hope to have an easier path to a deep playoff run.
When healthy, Donavan Mitchell and Rudy Gobert lead a stacked roster that can compete with anyone in the league. Read more about the Jazz odds, as well as their schedule, against-the-spread (ATS) performance, team trends, and more.
Betting on the Utah Jazz
Moneylines sound like a fancy betting term, but it's really just a bet on which team will win or lose. As opposed to the spread bet, the margin of victory is completely irrelevant. If you bet on the Jazz to win the game, you would win the bet if they were victorious, be it by four points or 40 points.
The odds can be a little tricky to read a first, though. Here's an example of a game against the Blazers:
- Utah Jazz -155
- Portland Trail Blazers +180
Think of moneyline odds in the American format in increments of $10 or $100, and it's a little easier. If you wanted to bet on the Jazz at -155 odds, you would have to bet $155 to win $100. The underdog Blazers would have inverse payouts, which means a $100 bet would net $180.
The Jazz had some loft expectations coming into the season after their finish atop the Western Conference in 2020-21, so it’s not too surprising to see their against-the-spread record take a dip. That refers to spread bets, which are common wagers based all on the margin of victory in a game.
Utah is in the bottom half of the league this season in terms of betting the over through the All-Star break at 26-31-1.
Here's an example of a Jazz game against their division rival Nuggets.
- Denver Nuggets (+3.5)
- Utah Jazz (-3.5)
If you're unfamiliar with odds, you can read the above lines based on the plus/minus signs and the number. The Jazz are favorites (shown by the minus sign) of 3.5 points over the Nuggets, whose plus sign designates them as the underdog. From there, you can bet either side of the spread: A bet on Utah would cash if the Jazz won by four or more points. It would lose if the Nuggets won outright or lost by three or fewer points.
If a game is a toss-up and you're not sure who will win or lose or by how much, you might be interested in over/under bets. These wagers, also called totals, are simply bets on the total amount of points scored by both teams. The Jazz are again in the bottom half of the league this season at 27-30-1 through the break.
Say a Jazz vs. Timberwolves game has a total of 219 points. That means an over bettor would win if the teams combined for 220 or more points; an under bettor would cash at 218 or fewer. It's possible for a bet to push, which means the game finishes at the exact number; all bets are refunded in that instance.
Jazz Prop Bets
If you've been a part of the fantasy basketball or daily fantasy sports (DFS) wave over the last decade, you're already used to monitoring the performance of individual players. That's very similar to player prop bets, which are wagers on a box score outcome of any player in the game. Some examples include Rudy Gobert to have over/under 2.5 blocks or Donovan Mitchell to score over 30 points in a game.
Jazz Future Odds
Expectations will be high in Utah with All-Star duo Donovan Mitchell and Rudy Gobert leading the way, which means bettors will have to shop for the best line to get good odds on Jazz futures bets. Futures are bets that focus on long term outcomes, like the Jazz to make the playoffs, win the Northwest Division, win the Western Conference, win the NBA Finals, or even individual awards like Mitchell winning league MVP.
How to Bet on the Utah Jazz
Sports betting is not currently legal in Utah, and is the only state in the U.S. that might never see legalization. Stay tuned for updates on The Action Network's Utah betting page regarding sports betting legislation in the state.
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