The RotoWire NBA crew explains their favorite bets for Game 2 of Clippers vs. Suns.
Can Donovan Mitchell and the Jazz get it done in a must-win spot?
The RotoWire NBA crew has little faith in Brook Lopez and some differing opinions on James Harden.
With Kawhi Leonard dealing with a sprained knee, do the Jazz have the series locked down?
Will the Bucks be able to secure a series lead on the road?
Will the Clippers be able to even the series during Game 4?
Friday's pair of Game 3s are drawing plenty of interest from RotoWire's NBA crew.
All eyes are on Game 3 of Nets vs. Bucks.
Will the Suns keep control in Game 2?
Can Trae Young continue his impressive playoff run?
Can the Bucks bounce back after losing Game 1?
All eyes are on Luka Doncic as he looks to win his first career playoff series.
The RotoWire NBA crew's confidence in Suns is at an all-time high.
Will Trae Young silence the crowd at Madison Square Garden?
Who will step up if Anthony Davis is ruled out?
Mike Conley has scored at least 20 points in all three games against the Grizzlies.
James Harden has +750 odds to lead Friday's game against the Celtics in scoring.
After the Lakers grabbed a 2-1 advantage over the Suns on Thursday night, LeBron James emerged as the +350 favorite to take home Finals MVP.
Will the Lakers change their defensive blueprint to slow down Deandre Ayton?
Can Alec Burks step up again and help the Knicks to a Game 2 victory?
Can LeBron James and the Lakers have a bounceback effort in Game 2?
Nikola Jokic has just 13 total assists in four matchups against the Trail Blazers this season.
With the postseason underway, Nick Whalen and Alex Barutha each lay out five of their favorite lines. It's the other's job to choose whether to take or pass on the bet.
Will the Warriors be able to contain Jonas Valanciunas?
All eyes will be on Thursday's only game: Pacers at Wizards.
Even with LeBron James and Anthony Davis back, Dennis Schroder should still act as a primary playmaker.
Could a great game from Bradley Beal fuel an upset over the Celtics?
Can Killian Hayes hit the over on his points + rebounds + assists prop?
Nikola Jokic has the award locked up, but why do the other candidates deserve consideration?
When will Domantas Sabonis come back down to earth?