2020 NBA MVP Odds: Greak Freak repeat?

2020 NBA MVP Odds

The National Basketball League crowned a first-timer the league’s Most Valuable Player award in 2019. Milwaukee Bucks frontcourt All-Star Giannis Antetokounmpo averaged 27.7 points and 12.5 rebound on his way the MVP. At 24-years of age he joined LeBron James and Derrick Rose as the third-youngest to win the award since 1980.  2020 NBA MVP Odds: Greak Freak repeat?

Giannis is the Las Vegas Superbook favorite to repeat as the league’s MVP in 2020. Better known as the Greek Freak in the NBA orbit the Bucks recorded a league-best 60 wins. He earned first-team All-NBA honors with his career highs in points and rebounds. In addition the Bucks big shot 57.8% from the field and dished out 5.9 assists per game.

Arguably today’s best two-way player running the hardwood today, Golden State Warriors Stephen Curry, checked in at 7-2 odds in Westgate’s latest NBA Futures update at 4-1. James Harden, who finished as a finalist for the award last season, is 9-2 to win in 2020.

With King James as a teammate now-Lakers and former Pelicans center Anthony Davis is currently 10-1 to join Antetokounmpo as a first time winner of the award this upcoming season.

There is no shortage of high profile names at the top of the Westgate MVP Futures chart. Many of those chart-toppers wearing a new uniform for a new team

Those other notables and their Westgate Superbook 2019-20 NBA MVP Odds
  • Nikola Jokic: 10-1
  • Russell Westbrook: 12-1
  • LeBron James: 12-1
  • Kawhi Leonard: 12-1
  • Paul George: 12-1

All World shooting guard Damian Lillard (25-1) of the Portland Trail Blazers will be presented with the challenge of learning the nuances of over a half-dozen new teammates. The Blazers lost seven players from its conference finals team roster.

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2020 NBA MVP Odds: Greak Freak repeat?