Milwaukee Bucks Betting
The BetUS sportsbook has NBA odds available for the Milwaukee Bucks. You can use the deposit bonuses you acquire when joining for all of your online betting needs from betting on live games to betting on Milwaukee with the sportsbook’s basketball futures.
The defending NBA champions are back for another tilt at victory, you can bet on their NBA conference odds and NBA Championship odds. There are also a wealth of NBA game props to bet on throughout the year.
Milwaukee Bucks Betting Outlook
- Championship Odds: +900
- Conference Odds: +375
- Division Odds: -1000
It’s never easy to win back-to-back NBA titles, which is why bookmakers are offering +900. The Bucks had things pan out in their favor last season, but there is no reason to suggest they can’t win again.
The Eastern Conference is stronger, with the likes of Brooklyn, Philadelphia and Miami all posing as threats. Bettors get +375 for the Bucks to win the East, which is a value price.
Chances are they’ll need to beat the Nets in the Conference Finals, but with Giannis Antetokoumnpo on the team, anything is possible.
Market confidence is shown by their division odds of -1000. It’s a short quote, but if they can withstand the new look Chicago Bulls, it shouldn’t be too difficult.
Bucks 2021-22 Predictions
- Regular Season Record: 54-28
- Conference Standing: 2nd
- Division Standing: 1st
Milwaukee Bucks Team Leaders
Antetokounmpo might be only 26 years old, but he is a natural-born leader. Not only is he one of the best players in the league, but he leads by example.
The Bucks also have Jrue Holiday, Brook Lopez, Khris Middleton and George Hill. It’s one of the best leadership squads in the competition, and although there isn’t much young talent, experience typically trumps youth when it comes to winning games.
It doesn’t get any better than the Bucks 2020-21 season. They won the NBA Championship to go along with a conference and division title.
They didn’t have the most impressive regular season record at 46-26, but they managed themselves brilliantly, so their best players were fresh going into the playoffs. The Bucks finished third in the Eastern Conference regular season behind Philadelphia and Brooklyn.
With a 4-2 win over the Phoenix Suns in the finals, it gave the Bucks their first championship since 1971.
They ranked inside the top 10 in offense and defensive rating, and there were numerous players who were excellent. Antetokounmpo averaged 28.1 points per game, and he was joined by Khris Middleton (20.4), Jrue Holiday (17.7) and Brook Lopez (12.3) as the team’s leading scorers.
George Hill, point guard, Philadelphia 76ers
Rodney Hood, shooting guard, Toronto Raptors
Semi Ojeleye, power forward, Boston Celtics
Grayson Allen, small forward, Memphis Grizzlies
Bryn Forbes, San Antonio Spurs
P.J. Tucker, Miami Heat
Sandro Manukelashvili, via Pacers
Georgios Kalaitzakis, via Pacers
Bucks’ fans were getting restless with Mike Budenholzer, but he delivered them a championship in 2020-21.
It was only his third year with the Bucks, and despite having a winning record of 116-39, losing in the playoffs wasn’t good enough for this talented team. However, that’s all in the past as the Bucks got their overdue chip.
His overall record with the Bucks is 162-65, and he has missed the playoffs in only one of his eight seasons with the Bucks and the Atlanta Hawks.
He made the finals with the Hawks in his first four seasons as an NBA coach, including a Conference Finals appearance in 2015.