NBA Playoffs Series Odds: Suns Move to Heavy Favorites After Game 2 of the Western Conference Finals
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Suns vs. Clippers Series Odds
|Win in 4||+250|
|Win in 5||+150|
|Win in 6||+425||+1800|
|Win in 7||+525||+1200|
After Game 2: After a wildly exciting finish, the Suns went from -430 favorites to -900 favorites when they won Game 2 on the “Valley-Oop” Tuesday. A loss in that game would have caused the Suns to drop the Suns closer to -150 favorites for the series at some sportsbooks. The Clippers are now in a familiar spot, down 0-2 in a series and looking at long odds for a potential comeback. The Clippers went from +320 dogs to +600 after the loss.
After Game 1: The Suns moved from -220 favorites to -430 favorites after winning the series opener on Sunday behind a stellar performance from Devin Booker. The Clippers moved from +185 to +320 after the loss.
Entering Game 2, there is no word on when Chris Paul or Kawhi Leonard could return to the series, though both teams seem optimistic.
The Phoenix Suns swept their way through the second round and earned six days of rest ahead of the Western Conference finals.
The Los Angeles Clippers completed on of the biggest second-half comebacks in an NBA Playoff series to secure a spot — the first time in franchise history the Clippers advanced past the second round.
Both teams enter the Conference finals down one star player. Chris Paul, who is still currently in the league’s health and safety protocol, will miss Game 1 of the series. Kawhi Leonard is out for at least the first two games with a knee sprain.
Still, the Suns are -225 favorites in the series at PointsBet (69.23% implied odds) against the Clippers who have momentum after their thrilling Game 6 win. Entering Game 1, oddsmakers have the series ending in six games with the shortest odds on the board at +185.
Suns vs. Clippers Game 3 Odds
|Moneyline||-115 / -105|
|Time||9 p.m. ET|
Suns vs. Clippers Western Conference Finals Schedule
Game 2: Suns 120, Clippers 114
Game 3: Suns 104, Clippers 103
Game 4: Saturday, June 26 | 9 p.m. ET on ESPN
Game 5: Monday, June 28 | 9 p.m. ET on ESPN (If Nec.)
Game 6: Wednesday, June 30 | 9 p.m. ET on ESPN (If Nec.)
Game 7: Friday, July 2 | 9 p.m. ET on ESPN (If Nec.)