Dallas Mavericks Betting

Dallas Mavericks Betting

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Expectations are high for the Mavericks, so backers can make plenty of money via their NBA conference odds and NBA Championship odds. Superstar Luka Doncic has attracted attention with bookmakers, and you can bet on the Slovenian via the NBA game props.

Dallas Mavericks Betting Outlook

  • Championship Odds: +2800
  • Conference Odds: +1400
  • Division Odds: -250

The biggest bets have come for the Mavericks to win the Southwest Division. They have firmed into -250 to beat the Pelicans, Grizzlies, Spurs and Rockets, which isn’t surprising.

A title run might be a stretch for the Mavericks, but winning their division is well within their reach. Winning the Western Conference is a possibility if Doncic can get help in the playoffs, notably from Kristaps Porzingis.

If the Mavericks can get off to a positive start, they’re a team that can post a high win total. Money typically comes for them throughout the season, and as Doncic warms up and stays healthy, Dallas is a team that can make a deep playoff run.

Bettors should expect the division odds to firm.

Mavericks 2021-22 Predictions

  • Regular Season Record: 49-33
  • Conference Standing: 7th
  • Division Standing: 1st

Dallas Mavericks Team Leaders

The clear leader for the Mavericks is Doncic. He might not be the most experienced player on the roster, but he runs the team, and without him, the Mavericks have little chance of winning.

It’s hard to fathom a 22-year-old being the team leader, especially with the experienced Tim Hardaway Jr, Dwight Powell and Porzingis on the squad. However, every player on the roster looks to Doncic to lead them, and the results speak for themselves.

On the rare occasion Doncic is given a rest, things go pear shaped. The offense sputters, and the lack of direction is problematic. A player who needs to thrive as a leader is Porzingis, who can be tough to get along with, but he could mature into a leader.

Last Season

The Mavericks won their division with a 42-30 record before losing to the Los Angeles Clippers in the first round.

They finished fifth in the Western Conference, but the season was interrupted with injuries. Porzingis played 43 games and was marred with injuries. The Mavericks need him to pair with Doncic, who was left to run the offense on his own.

Production from the likes of Dorian Finney-Smith and Jalen Brunson was good to see. They were effective when Doncic was off the floor, especially Brunson, who despite starting only 12 games, averaged 12.6 points per game.

Rookie Josh Green averaged only 11.4 minutes per game, so expect those minutes to increase with a season under his belt.

Offseason Changes

Key Additions

Sterling Brown, shooting guard, Milwaukee Bucks
Reggie Bullock, shooting guard, New York Knicks

Frank Ntilikina, point guard, New York Knicks

Moses Brown, center, Oklahoma City Thunder

Key Subtractions

Josh Richardson, Boston Celtics

JJ Redick, retired

Tyler Bey, Houston Rockets

Head Coach

The Mavericks controversially ended their long tenure with Rick Carlisle and signed Jason Kidd.

The former player takes over after last coaching in Milwaukee, where he was fired after going 23-22 in the 2017-18 season.

Kidd has had mixed results as a coach, including going 44-38 in his first year with Brooklyn before losing in the Conference Semifinals.

He recorded only one winning season with the Bucks, going 42-20 in 2016-17, before losing in the first round of the playoffs.

Kidd is often seen as a players’ coach, so he should get along with the roster well, but the Mavericks adjusting to life without Carlisle could be easier said than done.

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