William Hill is offering a very exciting Super Boost for Game 2 of the NBA Finals tonight with the Suns at +100 to win against the Bucks. All you have to do to access this amazing offer is register for an account with William Hill and place this wager in your bet slip – it’s that simple!
William Hill Signup Offer: $500 Risk-Free Bet
William Hill, originally a UK sportsbook is now one of the best providers in the United States. As one of the leaders in the sports betting space, William Hill offers an amazing signup promotion for new users. Register for a new William Hill account using our exclusive promo code “LineupsRF” and you can access a free bet in equal value up to $500. All you have to do is deposit money and place a wager, and if you lose that wager, Wiliam Hill will match your losses up to $500. William Hill is currently operational in Michigan, Tennessee, Virginia, Colorado, Indiana, West Virginia, Iowa, and New Jersey. You can use your initial risk-free bet on the Suns to win Game 2 of the Finals at +100, up from -200, and secure amazing odds with no risk to your wallet.
William Hill Risk-Free $500 Promotion Official Rules
The William Hill Sportsbook Risk-Free $500 promotion is available until Saturday, July 31, 2021. The promotion is available only to patrons who have successfully opened a new mobile or online William Hill account for the first time during the promotional period. It’s free to open a William Hill MI account. In order to be eligible for this offer, patrons must be 21 years or older, physically present in the State of Michigan when wagering, and must use the promotional code at the time of registration. In order to gain access to the risk-free wager, William Hill requires patrons to place their first real money wager within seven days of opening a William Hill account.
NBA Finals Update
The Phoenix Suns took Game 1 of the NBA Finals in convincing fashion with a final score of 118-105, and Chris Paul has earned his long-awaited opportunity to win a championship. CP3 finished the game 32 points on 12-19 shooting from the field and 4-7 from 3-point range. He also had 9 assists and 4 rebounds. Devin Booker had 27 points and DeAndre Ayton had 22 points and 19 rebounds. Those three players are playing arguably the best ball of their respective careers and Milwaukee is hard-pressed to compete with all three. The Suns shot 96.2% from the free-throw line compared to 56.3% for the Bucks and controlled the game in all aspects from start to finish.
Giannis Antetokounmpo perhaps surprisingly played in Game 1 and finished with 20 points and 17 rebounds. However, he made just 7 of 12 free throws and was able to play just 35 minutes as he’s recovering from his hyper-extended knee. Khris Middleton handled the scoring burden as he played 45 minutes and had 29 points on 12-26 shooting and 5-12 from 3, and he also had 7 rebounds and 4 assists. However, the rest of the team struggled as Brook Lopez was repeatedly exposed defensively and Jrue Holiday shot just 4-14 from the field and 0-4 from 3. Better performances from those players would go a long way, but the Suns certainly seem to be on the brink of their first championship in franchise history.