Purdue Boilermakers Basketball Odds
Purdue Basketball is a wildly popular betting option across Indiana. That rings especially true since the team is one of the best in the entire country this season.
The Boilermakers have had a lot of success over the past few years with trips to the Elite Eight and Sweet Sixteen. That national attention has put the black and gold in the spotlight for gambling.
Indiana online sportsbooks have all the NCAA basketball action you can handle. That includes futures odds for Purdue to win the Big Ten or National Championship.
Game lines are posted in advance for every matchup of the entire season. That goes all the way through to the NCAA Tournament, however far the Boilermakers advance.
Below you’ll find a complete guide to betting on Purdue basketball this season, including the latest live odds for the team’s next game.
Tonight’s Purdue Basketball odds
See our feed below for near real-time game odds at top Indiana online sportsbooks on the next Boilermakers basketball game. Click on any odds to go directly to the sportsbook, claim your bonus, and open a new account to get your bet down.
Purdue March Madness odds
Check the real-time feed odds for the current lines on Purdue winning the Big Ten title and the NCAA Tournament. Click on any odds to go straight to the online sportsbook, register a new account, and lock your bet in before the odds change.
How to bet on Purdue basketball games in Indiana
Betting on Purdue basketball games at Indiana online sportsbooks is a three-step process that starts with signing up for an account. You can do this right on any Indiana online sportsbook’s website. Or, you can do it on the mobile sportsbook app you download from the website.
Just be ready with some personal information, including your name, email address, and the last four digits of your SSN. You may also be asked to enter a promo or bonus code. You can find that info here on PlayIndiana. Entering a promo code during the sign-up process will make sure you get the best bonus on the market.
Next, you’ll need to make a deposit into your new account. You can do this using any one of the available deposit methods. Normally, these include everything from debit and credit cards, to cash at Indiana casinos, 7-11 and CVS locations, online banking, and third-party payment processors.
Finally, you need to choose a bet. You can do this by browsing the Purdue basketball betting markets and clicking on any bet.
A bet slip will be instantly created. There, you can enter the amount you want to bet and place the bet. Of course, you can also add more individual bets to the slip. Plus, you’ll have the ability to turn multiple bets into a parlay.
Purdue Boilermakers betting lines explained
A Boilermakers/Cornhuskers game line will likely look something like this at most Indiana sportsbooks:
- Nebraska +3.5 (-110) +135 O 145.5 (-110)
- Purdue -3.5 (-110) -155 U 145.5 (-110)
First, you find the spread. The odds on spread bets are in brackets right next to it. Here, Purdue has to win by at least four, but Nebraska can win outright or lose by three or less. According to the posted odds, both bets pay $100, plus your original bet back, for every $110 you wager.
Second, you see the moneyline odds. Bet on the Cornhuskers and if they win, you win $135, plus your original bet back, for every $100 you wager.
Bet on the Boilermakers and if they win, you win $100, plus your original bet back, for every $155 you wager.
Finally, you see the totals line. The odds on totals bets are in brackets right next to it. Here, you’re betting that the total score will be over or under 145.5.
If you are correct, you win $100, plus your original bet back, for every $110 you wager.
Purdue basketball live in-game & prop betting
Props most often surround team or individual stats, while the live betting lines give you the opportunity to bet on Purdue games in the middle of the action. This is probably the most exciting way to bet on basketball games. With odds changing so fast, the use of a mobile sports betting app is really the only way to keep up.
The live betting lines are mostly the same ones you can bet on before the game, but also include quarter- and half-bets and an increased number of in-game props.
How can I watch Purdue basketball games in Indiana?
TV coverage of Purdue Boilermakers basketball games is either on the Big Ten Network, ESPN/ESPN 2, or Fox Sports 1. You can also find the games via online streaming services that host these channels.
Plus, you can find the games on the radio at WAZY 96.5 FM (Lafayette), the new flagship station for Boilermakers basketball.
Boilermakers drafted in NBA
The current list of former Purdue basketball players in the NBA includes:
- Carsen Edwards, PG, Celtics (2019)
- Dakota Mathias, SG, 76ers (2018)
- E’Twaun Moore, SG, Suns (2011)
The top Purdue alumni NBA players in history include:
- Brian Cardinal, PF
- Joe Barry Carroll, FC
- Brad Miller, C
- Glenn Robinson, SF
Purdue coaching staff
The Purdue Basketball coaching staff includes:
- Head Coach: Matt Painter
- Associate Head Coach: Micah Shrewsberry
- Assistant Coach: Steve Lutz
- Assistant Coach: Brandon Brantley
Purdue Boilermakers home games
- Name: Mackey Arena
- Address: 900 John R. Wooden Drive
- Location: West Lafayette, IN
- Owner: Purdue University
- Capacity: 14,123
- Ground breaking: July 1965
- Opening date: December 2, 1967
- Construction cost: $6 million
- Other tenants: Purdue Women’s basketball
Best sportsbooks/bars on or near Purdue campus
The following three Lafayette-area establishments have developed reputations as great places to watch Purdue basketball games. Plus, you can bet on the games from any one of them using an Indiana mobile sports betting app:
- DT Kirby’s
- 644 Main St. (Downtown Lafayette)
- End Zone Sports Bar & Grill
- 2408 Veterans Memorial Pkwy S. (Lafayette)
- Brothers Bar
- 306 W State St. (West Lafayette)
Purdue all-time leaders
Here’s a look at the Purdue Boilermakers’ career stat leaders:
- Most points: Rick Mount 2,323 (1967-70)
- Most points in a season: Glenn Robinson 1,030 (1993–94)
- Most rebounds: Joe Barry Carroll 1,148 (1976–80)
- Most assists: Bruce Parkinson 690 (1972–77)
- Most steals: Chris Kramer 274 (2006–10)
- Most blocks: Joe Barry Carroll 349 (1976–80)
Purdue Boilermakers tickets can be purchased for as little as $9, but the average price is $59. Fan attendance is limited during the 2020-21 season, but you can purchase a fan cutout to take your place.
The Boilermakers have won 24 Big Ten Regular Season Conference Championships, but only one Big Ten Tournament, in 2009. Purdue lost the NCAA Tournament Championship Game in 1969 and made the Final Four one other time, in 1980. However, Purdue has not won a national title in the modern NCAA Tournament era.
A boilermaker is a kind of traditional tradesperson who fabricates steel, iron, or copper. They do this using boilers that hold hot gas or liquids. The team name is a nod to Purdue’s reputation as a leader in engineering teaching and research.
Since 1994, when Glenn Robinson was named consensus All-American, ten more Purdue Basketball players have enjoyed All-American honors, including:
- 2010 Robbie Hummel (2nd) and E’Twaun Moore (Hon. Mention)
- 2011 JaJuan Johnson (Consensus) and E’Twaun Moore (3rd)
- 2012 Robbie Hummel (Hon. Mention)
- 2016 A.J. Hammons (Hon. Mention)
- 2017 Caleb Swanigan (Consensus)
- 2018 Carsen Edwards (2nd) and Isaac Haas (Hon. Mention)
- 2019 Carsen Edwards (2nd)
The Purdue Boilermakers’ fight song is ‘Hail Purdue!’ The lyrics were written by James R. Morrison back in 1912. ‘Boiler up!’