Brooklyn Nets

Brooklyn Nets Betting

Find all the Brooklyn Nets’ NBA odds from their NBA Championship odds to their NBA game props from the BetUS sportsbook. The popular Nets are an NBA title favorite again, per their basketball futures, and are almost a lock to make it to the Finals if their NBA conference odds are correct.

Whether you’re backing them or fading them, the Nets will be a staple in most of your NBA online betting. You will find them as a favorite in most if not all of their games. But with totals, team totals, and live betting, there are many ways you can profit on the Nets without having to wager your mortgage every time.

Brooklyn Nets Team Leaders

Brooklyn has no official “team leader” but Durant is their best player. The 11-time All-Star has been in and out of the lineup but he was a strong candidate for league MVP when he played. He led the team by scoring 26.9 points, the most he’s averaged since he was still in Oklahoma City. Having Harden with him will help lighten his load.

A three-time scoring champion and former MVP, Harden will remain as the Nets’ primary playmaker. He averaged 10.9 assists with the team, his highest average since the 2016-17 season. Harden also grabbed 8.5 boards a game with Brooklyn, his best career average. His all-around play will be paramount to the team’s success.

Last Season

Brooklyn entered last season at 6-1 to win the NBA title. When Harden came over via trade, the odds quickly shrunk to as low as 2-1. But it never materialized as all three superstars suffered injuries. Without Irving and with Harden slowed down, the Nets lost to the Bucks in a seven-game series.

Even with their injuries, the Nets easily finished second in the East with a 48-24 record. On the spread, they were 46-38, including the playoffs. Brooklyn was 42-19 as chalk but only 31-30 against the spread (ATS). The team could not live up to the lofty spreads oddsmakers placed on them on most nights.

The nonchalant defense is the main cause for Brooklyn’s woes on the spread. The Nets were, at one point, the worst defensive team in the NBA. They managed to improve but still finished 23rd in defensive rating.

Offseason Changes

Key Additions

Patty Mills, guard, San Antonio Spurs
Paul Millsap, forward, Denver Nuggets
James Johnson, forward, New Orleans Pelicans
DeAndre’ Bembry, forward, Toronto Raptors
Jevon Carter, guard, Phoenix Suns

Key Subtractions

Jeff Green, forward/center, Denver Nuggets
Landry Shamet, guard, Phoenix Suns
Timothe Luwawu-Cabarrot, Atlanta Hawks
Mike James, guard, AS Monaco Basket

Draft Picks

Cameron Thomas, guard, LSU
Kessler Edwards, forward, Pepperdine
Marcus Zegarowski, guard, Creighton
RaiQuan Gray, forward, Florida State

Head Coach

Steve Nash will begin his second season with Brooklyn and is still a favorite to win the Coach of the Year award. He opened last season as the favorite even if he fell out of the discussion by midseason. It is hard to give all the credit to Nash when he has arguably the most talented team in the NBA.

But with assistant coach Mike D’Antoni, a two-time Coach of the Year, gone from the team, Nash will have to prove he can still guide the Nets. If Brooklyn finishes atop the East as expected, Nash will be in serious consideration for the award.