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NBA Finals & Championship Odds for 2021 | NBA Gambling Podcast (Ep. 93)

NBA Finals & Championship Odds for 2021 | NBA Gambling Podcast (Ep. 93)

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NBA Finals Podcast Recap

NBA Gambling Podcast hosts Ryan McKee (@TheRyanMcKee) and Zach Broner (@NBAZachB) recap Game 5 and Game 6 of the NBA Finals. They break down what they learned from the World Champion Los Angeles Lakers and the surprisingly-solid Miami Heat, as well as stars LeBron James, Anthony Davis, Jimmy Butler, and Bam Adebayo.

About 20 minutes into the podcast, Ryan reads the winners of he and Zach’s pre-Bubble NBA futures bets, aka The NBA Sharp-Off. While Ryan and Zach both acknowledge they’re not really “sharps,” they both turned 100 units into over 130 units each. Ryan also recaps the record of their daily ATS NBA picks. If listeners followed their picks, you would’ve won money on both. Ryan’s record in the Bubble was 87-76-6, for a winning percentage of 53.5%, and his locks were 20-11-1 for a winning percentage of 64%. Zach was slight lower with 86-77-6 for a winning percentage of 52.6% and his locks were 20-13-1 for a winning percentage of 60.3%. Ryan and Zach also recap some of their favorite gambling moments from the NBA Bubble.

At 45 minutes into the podcast, Ryan reads off the NBA Championship odds for 2021. He and Zach go through each team and pick their favorite futures bets there. Finally, they guys discuss their offseason production schedule and highlight some listener-suggested topics they’ll be covering. Make sure to subscribe to NBA Gambling Podcast on Apple and Spotify.

A daily basketball podcast covering NBA betting news, odds, picks, props, research, analytics, stats, fantasy plays, and viral stories. Get your quick shot of gambling insight every weekday from the greatest handicappers, writers, DFS junkies, bookies, data scientists, conspiracy theorists, jerks, and comedians at SGPN. Hosted by site editor Ryan McKee (@TheRyanMckee) #DegensOnly SUBSCRIBE ON APPLE | SPOTIFY

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