BetMGM has a new offer for the NBA Finals that Indiana gamblers can take advantage of.
You don’t need a promo code to use the sportsbook’s latest deal. That makes the process easy for Hoosiers.
BetMGM NBA Finals deal
If you’re new to the world of Indiana sports betting, then you might not have tried BetMGM before. The sports wagering arm of MGM Resorts is one of the most popular betting apps in Indiana.
Now the company is hoping to attract even more new gamblers with its new NBA Finals deal. This offer is for new users only, making this the perfect time to give BetMGM a shot if you haven’t already.
In a nutshell, BetMGM’s new promotion is letting gamblers bet $10 to win $200 if either team hits a 3-pointer during a game. That’s basically a guaranteed win to help Hoosiers get started off on the right foot.
All you have to do to take advantage of the deal is to download the BetMGM app and create an account.
Once you do, just place a bet with at least +100 odds on any NBA Finals game. In other words, a wager on a heavy -200 favorite wouldn’t be enough to qualify for the promo, but a +200 bet would put you in the clear.
You can just sit back and relax after you’ve placed your bet. If either team hits a 3-pointer during the game, then BetMGM will credit your account with four different $50 bonus bets.
Warriors vs. Celtics odds
The Golden State Warriors are one win away from another NBA title. Steph Curry and company are up 3-2 in the series, but the Boston Celtics won’t be eager to lose the championship round on their home court.
Game six will be taking place on June 16 with game seven, if necessary, taking place on June 19.
Oddsmakers are expecting the Celtics to defend home territory next game. Boston opened as the slight -4 favorite for the matchup.
Despite expecting a Celitcs win next game, Indiana’s sportsbooks still like Golden State’s chances to win the championship. After all, the Warriors only need to win one of the next two games to claim the Larry O’Brien Trophy.
Here’s a look at the current live odds for the NBA title: