William Hill Tennessee New User Promo
William Hill has a new user promo designed to entice potential prospects for its online sportsbook. Currently, William Hill offers a risk-free bet of up to $500, depending on how much you deposit when you sign up. If your bet loses, then you will earn a free bet of up to $500. The promotion period runs from May 1, 2021, all the way up to July 31, 2021. It’s also crucial to know that the free bet that would be granted to your account is only usable within seven days. If your first bet loses, make sure to use the free bet you get within seven days because otherwise, the free bet will expire. It is free to open a William Hill Tennessee account on its site or mobile app, so there is no cost to you.
William Hill Tennessee NBA Finals Promo
There is a unique NBA Finals promo going on right now for William Hill. You can earn free bets if your team scores in the first half. As long as you bet at least $25 on the first half point spread for Game 2, between the Milwaukee Bucks and Phoenix Suns, of the NBA Finals, you will be eligible. If your bet wins, then you will earn a free bet equal to the number of first-half points your team scored. For instance, if you bet the first half point spread on the Phoenix Suns and covered, you would get their first-half point total in a free bet. You have to win the first-half point spread bet to be eligible for the free bet. This free bet, similar to the new user promo, must be used within seven days from the date it was granted to you and your account. Otherwise, the promo will expire. Free bets are applied within five business days after a promotion period expires, so make sure to keep your eyes out for them if you do win your bet.
NBA Finals Game 2 First-Half Spread: Phoenix Suns (-2.5)
At the moment, the Phoenix Suns (-2.5) are currently a favorite for the first-half spread in Game 2. Phoenix has led by at least three points in three of its past four games. Everyone knows that the Suns have been nothing short of incredible in covering the spread at home this year. Meanwhile, I’m still unsure that the Milwaukee Bucks have an identity consistent with their actual play. When Khris Middleton, Jrue Holiday, and the rest of the Bucks don’t feel restricted by ensuring that Giannis gets a bunch of perimeter touches, there is a much more consistent flow to their offense. In my opinion, they are having Giannis do too many different things on offense, and it’s making the rest of the Bucks’ players passive. He would better be suited in a point-center type of position where if he gets a defensive rebound, he can run with it in transition and be a creator and score that way. In a half-court setting, though, Giannis should get the majority of his touches within 18 feet of the basket because otherwise, players will play so far off of him that he won’t have any angles to attack the defender. Until the Bucks figure this out, I’m not sure I can back them. Plus, Phoenix is at home, and a -2.5 first-half spread for them is generous considering how well it has been playing recently.