The Phoenix Suns are among the Arizona betting apps favorites in the NBA, thanks to having the best record in the league through 49 games.
The 40-9 Suns host the No. 1 team — at least as far as NBA title odds are concerned — Tuesday night at the Footprint Center. Phoenix and the Brooklyn Nets tip off at 8 p.m. Arizona time on TNT.
Suns Among NBA Betting Favorites
The Suns find themselves third out of 30 teams in terms of NBA betting odds on eight mobile sportsbooks as of Tuesday morning.
Phoenix’s NBA championship odds vary, from +550 on DraftKings Sportsbook Arizona and SuperBook Arizona, to +700 on Caesars Sportsbook and BetMGM Arizona.
In between, you’ll find the Suns at +600 to win the 2022 NBA Championship on FanDuel Sportsbook Arizona, as well as TwinSpires Arizona and Unibet Arizona.
The Nets, meanwhile, rank No. 1 on seven of the eight sites, with odds ranging from +250 (DraftKings Sportsbook Arizona) to +450 (SuperBook Arizona).
In between the two squads are the Golden State Warriors, who have odds ranging from +250 on SuperBook Arizona to +500 on Caesars Sportsbook Arizona.
As far as Western Conference championship odds, the Suns are the clear-cut No. 2 team, behind Steph Curry and the Warriors, with odds ranging from +230 (DraftKings Sportsbook Arizona) to +350 (SuperBook Arizona).
Suns Favored to Beat Brooklyn Tuesday
Tuesday’s clash of NBA championship contenders sees the Suns as a commanding Arizona sports betting favorite to beat the 29-20 Nets.
Phoenix is listed at -5 on Caesars Sportsbook Arizona, DraftKings Sportsbook Arizona and SuperBook Arizona as of late Tuesday morning.
The Suns are listed at -5.5 on BetMGM Arizona, FanDuel Sportsbook Arizona, TwinSpires Arizona, Unibet Arizona and Fubo Sportsbook. For those looking to make a moneyline wager, TwinSpires and Unibet have the lowest odds of a Suns win at -205, while SuperBook has the Suns at -215.
DraftKings Sportsbook Arizona and Fubo Sportsbook Arizona list the Suns at -220, while FanDuel Sportsbook Arizona has the Suns at -225, as does BetMGM Arizona.
Stacking Up Devin Booker’s NBA MVP Odds
The Suns beat the Nets 113-107 on Nov. 27 in a game that saw guard Devin Booker score 35 points.
The sixth-year guard out of Kentucky is having a career year, ranking 14th in the NBA In points per game (25.1), while also shooting 38% from 3-point range — which would be his highest year-end percentage since the 2017-18 season.
Booker is currently sixth on BetMGM’s NBA MVP board at +3000, and is seventh on Caesars Sportsbook Arizona’s list at +4000.
Booker will have a shot at going against another MVP favorite, in Brooklyn’s Kevin Durant, who is seventh on BetMGM’s list at +3500.