Isaac
Two weeks ago

NBL 2018/19 MVP Odds

MVP Odds:

Randle 4
Ware 7
Cotton 7
Bogut 8
DJ 11
Goulding 11
Webster 12
Lisch 12
Wiley 15
McCarron 15
Kay 15
Gliddon 18
Boone 18
Moore 18
Jackson 18
White 18
Moore 18
Newbill 18
etc

Sportsbet have Marshall Nelson at $23 - Hahahaha.

I think Randle is an obvious favourite. Whether the Kings succeed or are a mess, he's too capable not to get his numbers. I can see his supporting cost easily taking a backseat.

IMO Bogut at 8 is insanely short. McCarron too at 15.

Value might be Webster at $12, one of the 36ers. Conklin is $101 while Naar is $41 and Froling is $34. Is it bait? Or does whoever set these odds have NFI?

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Camel 31  
Two weeks ago

Randle favorite and rightly so .
Sobey not mentioned - a dark horse , perhaps worth a mention....

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

I got on Webster at $15.

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

Randle and Cotton both miles ahead of the rest. Cotton at $7 is fantastic, he has a lot less offensive help than Randle.

Dark horses with value would be Webster and Sobey.

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Hogwash  
Two weeks ago

Ware is also too short pardon the pun at $7.
Cotton or Webster? Can't decide so just go with both.

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Senator11  
Two weeks ago

I had a $20 free bet so I chucked it on Webster.

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LV  
Two weeks ago

I like Cotton at $7 and Webster at $12

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Ingles13  
Two weeks ago

Cotton is value as noone else will be taking lots of votes from him and he is good for 5 gleeson votes per game

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MACDUB  
Two weeks ago

Webster is really good value. Tipping he will have a career year PPG wise in the NBL.

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Luuuc  
Two weeks ago

Yeah I agree that Cotton & Webster are both solid picks.

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Zodiac  
Two weeks ago

Cotton at $7 is great value, likely even less votes to be taken off of him by teammates this season. Randle has too much competition in Sydney as Ware likely does in Melbourne too.

Cotton likely to win it by a reasonable margin this season IMO.

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Senator11  
Two weeks ago

Just got on Cotton at $7 on SB...every other bookie has him at $5.50 or less. Get on!

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Senator11  
Two weeks ago

Beteasy has some decent player prob multis.

Webster over 19.5p/Long over 9.5r/Webster over 3.5a @ $4.20
Sobey over 17.5p/DJ under 7.5r/Cotton over 4.5a @ $6.50
Cotton over 21.5p/White over 15.5p @ $2.85

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

That list is a mess, absolutely agree with the NFI comment

Also is DJ referring to Kennedy or Johnson? both OP and Senator11's?

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Senator11  
Two weeks ago

The game is 36ers vs Perth so obviously Daniel Johnson. ;)

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Hendo8888  
Two weeks ago

First year that I wouldn't even know which new import to bet on if I wanted to. Doesn't seem like a great crop this year. They're usually good value in the betting markets.

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Zodiac  
Two weeks ago

Jacob Wiley. He's looked pretty good in the preseason games and we need people to step up and replace not just the production of Childress but Creek too.

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AngusH  
Two weeks ago

Fair odds for Randle, maybe a little high for Ware. Both guys could probably start for the Phoenix Suns right now, so tough to argue.

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

Well in that case I would rate it a high risk bet to have DJ at under 7.5r considering his averages for the past 3 seasons

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Senator11  
Two weeks ago

Yep DJ is a high risk play, but he can go missing on boards and Wiley looks like a big rebounder, plus he would have to compete with rebounding beasts Brandt, Jervis and Kay. Just a $10 bet to put a little more spice into the game. :)

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LV  
Two weeks ago

Last year Cotton won with 117 votes. Next was Conger with 94. That's a huge margin in relative terms.

Randle polled 79 votes despite playing only 19 of 28 games. Ware had 77 votes.

There's always new players in the league- like Conger last year. But with Cotton, Randle and Ware all in at least their 3rd NBL season and being in familiar surroundings with familiar coaches, you can be very confident they will poll well again.

Interestingly, an American guard has won the MVP for something like 9 of the past 10 years.

Cotton would seem to be ridiculously good odds at $7 and showed why last night.

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