The NBA Playoffs are right around the corner. This makes now a great opportunity to shop the conference and championship market. I looked over all the tickets available at Propswap and found the most intriguing ones available. We’re peppering the board in the NBA with conference and championship values. Here are my favorite 2022 NBA Conference and Championship Tickets ahead of the playoffs.
To Win NBA Western Conference
Memphis Grizzlies – 7/1 ($675.00) $5,400.00
Anytime you have a player as dynamic Ja Morant, your team can make a run. Similar to the AI Sixers of the past, Memphis fits this mold and surprise in the West.
To Win NBA Eastern Conference
Milwaukee Bucks – 2.75/1 ($160.00) $600.00
They’re the defending NBA champs and Giannis is playing like a Greek god. These odds are also better than pretty much every sportsbook is currently offering.
Philadelphia 76ers – 5.76/1 ($5.55) $37.50
Very small investment but one that could pay. The East is pretty even at the top and the combo of Embiid and Harden definitely gives them a shot. The best odds available at sportsbooks is +550 so you’re also getting the best number available.
To Win the 2022 NBA Championship
Miami Heat – 10.82/1 ($33.00) $390.00
They’ve maintained the top spot in the East for some time now. And as long as Jimmy Butler isn’t fighting with Eric Spoelstra, they should be legit contenders. Most books have them 10/1 or shorter so you’re still getting a better number than most here.
Denver Nuggets – 25.64/1 ($135.13) $3,600.00
Jokic is a matchup nightmare for any opponent and can will his team to improbable wins. It’s a longshot but with the likely MVP on your team, nothing is impossible. Not to mention, only a couple of books offer odds longer than 25/1.
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