Indiana Pacers Betting
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The Pacers are always in the thick of the action, so bettors could enjoy the value odds via their NBA conference odds and NBA Championship odds. There are also a wealth of NBA game props to bet on throughout the year.
Indiana Pacers Betting Outlook
- Championship Odds: +8000
- Conference Odds: +4000
- Division Odds: +1200
The Pacers are always in the middle of the pack, and typically hovering around the final playoff spot. That’s what bookmakers are expecting, and that’s largely due to the strength of the Central division.
Indiana faces the Bucks and the significantly strengthened Bulls, so winning the division could be out of reach. The Pacers also have the Pistons and Cavaliers in the division, so they could push for a top two spot.
We would have priced the Pacers at their current odds. There is some value to win the division at +1200 if the Bucks and Bulls have an off-year, but the Pacers usually find it tough to post an impressive record, so there will be more value in betting individual games.
Pacers 2021-22 Predictions
- Regular Season Record: 43-39
- Conference Standing: 10th
- Division Standing: 3rd
Indiana Pacers Betting Picks & News
Indiana Pacers Team Leaders
Justin Holiday emerged as the leader of the Pacers. He is the oldest player on the roster, which also includes Brad Wanamaker and Torrey Craig.
Holiday is the standout leader, and he does it by example, but there are more voices on the Pacers than just Holiday.
Malcolm Brogdon, Jeremy Lamb and Caris LeVert can take over the reins at any team, and we’re not leaving out Domantas Sabonis. He has the makings to become a great leader, but he needs to assert himself more.
Myles Turner is another leader, so the Pacers aren’t lacking in this department. The roster is strong, and they’re capable of matching up with some of the best teams in the Eastern Conference.
We’re not sure if Pacers’ fans have any hair left. They went 34-38, but so many of their losses came after leading by double digits.
It was strange to see one team capitulate on so many occasions, which led bettors to lose confidence in the Pacers. However, despite many wins being left on the table, they still made the play-in tournament, where they lost to Washington.
It ended a six-year playoff streak, but they finished second in their division behind the Bucks. They went 7-5 in the Central Division, but the home record of 13-23 was disappointing.
Injuries didn’t help, with Brogdon, LeVert, Turner and Lamb missing time. Not helping the cause was Victor Oladipo being traded after four games, which didn’t help their start to the year.
There were positives with 10 players scoring a double-digit average. They are a team-first unit, who spreads the offense, and that will help them in the long run.
Torrey Craig, shooting guard, Phoenix Suns
Brad Wanamaker, point guard, Golden State Warriors
Aaron Holiday, Washington Wizards
Doug McDermott, San Antonio Spurs
Cassius Stanley, Detroit Pistons
Chris Duarte, Oregon
Isaiah Jackson, Kentucky
We love the signing of Rick Carlisle, who had been the coach in Dallas since 2008.
He had plenty of success coaching the Mavericks, who won the title with Dirk Nowitski in 2010-11. Carlisle added six playoff appearances following the title, but the Mavericks lost in the first round in all six.
He used to coach Indiana in 2003-2007, where he recorded two winning seasons. His best game in 2003-04 when posting a 61-21 record, which ended in a Conference Finals loss.
The Pacers will be better off having Carlisle at the helm, so bettors should be confident with what’s happening in Indiana.