2018-19 NBA MVP and ROY Odds and Predictions

Get our latest NBA MVP odds and predictions here.
Get our latest NBA MVP odds and predictions here.
Get our latest NBA MVP odds and predictions here.

Get our latest NBA MVP odds and predictions here.

The National Basketball Association could see a whole group of guys with an argument to win the Most Valuable Player award. It’s going to be quite the battle to win the award. While there are two guys that many feel are head and shoulders above the rest, there are others that are making quite an argument. Let’s take a look at the most updated 2018-19 NBA MVP Odds at Bovada. We have made our updated picks, with the rankings as well.

Odds as of October 8

LeBron James +333
Anthony Davis +450
Giannis Antetokounmpo +500
James Harden +650
Kawhi Leonard +950
Kevin Durant +1000
Stephen Curry +1200
Joel Embiid +1500
Kyrie Irving +1500
Russell Westbrook +1600
Ben Simmons +2500
Donovan Mitchell +2500
Damian Lillard +3500
Karl-Anthony Towns +6000
Victor Oladipo +6600
John Wall +7500
DeMar DeRozan +8000
Nikola Jokic +10000
Chris Paul +10000
Jimmy Butler +10000
LaMarcus Aldridge +12500
Paul George +12500
Jayson Tatum +15000
Gordon Hayward +15000
DeMarcus Cousins +17500
Blake Griffin +22500
Kristaps Porzingis +27500
Devin Booker +27500
Kyle Lowry +32500
Lonzo Ball +45000

 

Here is a look at three that many sports bettors are looking to win the award and see the odds as enticing. 

The most statistically rich player in the NBA is Anthony Davis. He is hard to guard and can get to the rim along with getting a three-pointer at any time. Even though his team will not win their conference, Davis is a good bet at +450.

Coming in at +500 odds to win the MVP is Giannis Antetokounmpo of the Milwaukee Bucks. They call him The Freak for a reason. He has the ability to finish at the rim and flashes ball handling ability to get himself free for a shot. His wingspan is mighty large and is unmatched by very few in the league.

James Harden won the MVP last year and enters the season as the 4th best in odds at +600 to repeat. He has finished second a few times and is surrounded by a better supporting cast this season with Carmelo Anthony on board. He can score at will it seems in most regular season games.

Of course, everyone believes the award will end up in the hands of LeBron James.

Here is a look at the Rookie of the Year odds:

Luka Doncic +350
Deandre Ayton +375
Collin Sexton +750
Kevin Knox +750
Marvin Bagley +900
Jaren Jackson Jr +1100
Trae Young +1100
Wendell Carter Jr +1500
Mohamed Bamba +1800
De’Anthony Melton +2000
Michael Porter Jr +2200
Lonnie Walker +2500
Harry Giles +2500
Mikal Bridges +4000
Shai Gilgeous-Alexander +4000
Miles Bridges +4000
Donte DiVincenzo +4500
Jalen Brunson +6000
Zhaire Smith +6000
Robert Williams +6000
Jairus Lyles +8500
Grayson Allen +8000
Mitchell Robinson +9000