The World’s Largest Race and Sportsbook have positioned the Golden State Warriors as the highest priced market value on any team in the history of the book to make the playoffs. 2018 NBA Playoff Props: Warriors -100000.
According to ESPN’s David Purdhum in an interview with Las Vegas Westgate assistant manager Jeff Sherman, “The Warriors have the highest price we have ever placed on a favorite to make the playoffs,” Sherman said.
In a nutshell if you believe that the Warriors are a lock to make the 2018 NBA Postseason you can wager 1,000 dollars for a return of 1 dollar. Or you can post up 100,000 dollars to win 100 dollars.
Conversely you can take the opposite approach to an investment opportunity and wager 100 dollars to profit 10,000 dollars. This if you believe that the Warriors are capable of not being a part of the 2018 NBA playoffs.
Finally, with Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson and Draymond Green as second-year or longer NBA players the franchise has never failed to make the postseason.
Last October the Golden State Warriors were integrating two new players into their starting lineup. This past February the opening group featured the NBA’s only All-Star quartet. And in June, they were leading the organization’s drive to a second world title in three years. This is not just a talented organization but one that knows how to win.
The Warriors won 67 games during the 2016-17 regular season. Both of the conference’s final playoff entry a season ago won 41 games. If you believe that the Warriors can lose more games than they win this season a 100 dollar investment returns you 1000 dollars. I don’t have to state the aforementioned ROI is better than Bank of American will give you.
Westgate of Las Vegas updated 2017-18 NBA Playoff Propositions:
2018 NBA Playoff Props: Warriors -100000
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