DraftKings Virginia NBA Finals Promo: Bet $1 Win $150


DraftKings Virginia NBA Finals Promo: Bet $1 Win $150

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NBA Finals Promo: Bet $1, Win $150

For the 2021 NBA Finals, DraftKings has a lucrative promo that you can utilize if you happen to be a new user. The first requirement is that you must be a new user and create a new account. Next, deposit $5+ into your account as your first deposit, and then you will be eligible for the promotion. The promotion itself is that if you bet $1 on either the Bucks’ Moneyline or Suns’ Moneyline, and if you choose correctly, then you will be awarded up to $150. You must be at least 21 years old to be eligible.

NBA Finals Game 3: Milwaukee Bucks (-177) ML

DraftKings Virginia NBA Finals Promo: Bet $1 Win $150The Phoenix Suns travel to Milwaukee for Game 3 of the NBA Finals on Sunday, July 11, 2021, at 8 p.m. ET. Phoenix has comfortably taken the first two games at home with scoring differentials of 13 points in Game 1 and ten points in Game 2. Behind the leadership and outstanding play of Chris Paul, the Suns have proven that they are simply the best team in the NBA. Devin Booker also had a standout Game 2 with 31 points, six assists, and five rebounds on 7-12 from behind the arc. For the Bucks, Giannis dropped an astounding 42 points and 12 rebounds on merely 22 shots. That number even includes four missed 3-pointers. In essence, he couldn’t have been much more efficient or played much better at all in Game 2.

Meanwhile, the rest of the Bucks laid a colossal egg. Jrue Holiday had 17 points on 21 shots, which is the opposite of efficient, while Khris Middleton had 11 points in almost 42 minutes of play. These inconsistencies will likely be the downfall of the Bucks in this series, and once again, their identity is missing.

However, for Game 3, I do like taking the Bucks. The last time a team came back down from 3-0 to tie an NBA Finals series was in 1951. And even then, the underdog still lost in Game 7. I do not doubt that the Bucks know how impossible it has been, historically, to come back from being down 3-0, so I anticipate them laying it all on the line in this one.