The Milwaukee Bucks have a rich NBA history despite being the smallest franchise in terms of value. The team has won a championship with NBA legends, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Oscar Robertson and has featured other stars like Sidney Moncrief and Ray Allen. Still, they remain inconspicuous despite being competitive for most seasons. In their recent incarnation, they boast a plethora of young talent that could make them very relevant for years to come and bettors look forward to take advantage of their eventual rise.
Milwaukee Bucks Odds Today
Here’s a look at what’s next for the Bucks along with the money line, the opponent and what time the game is. Be sure to check any last minute changes to either team before betting.
Milwaukee Bucks Schedule
This is the Milwaukee Bucks’ schedule below with the results and betting odds. Be sure to look for any recent trends such as any winning or losing streaks or how many games they have been playing to determine if they may be fatigued or well-rested.
Milwaukee Bucks Standings
The NBA standings are below. See where the Bucks stack in comparison to every team. Other stats like points for (+) and points against (-) are listed. Pay attention to these stats to potentially separate contenders from “pretenders” (teams who may have more wins than losses but have a negative point differential).
Milwaukee Bucks Betting
The Bucks remain one of the NBA’s most enigmatic teams thanks to having many of their games not available on a national level. As such, they have a history of wreaking havoc on the betting lines especially as a visiting team. The Bucks have historically been a good road team both on the spread and money line.
Two main ways you can bet on the Bucks is through the point spread or the money line. The point spread allots a certain amount of points for the Bucks to cover. If the spread is set at -2.5, that means the Bucks have to win by 3 or more points. On the money line, if the Bucks are a -200 that means you have to risk $200 to win $100. Spreads usually have lines close to even (you get a return equal to or close to what you risk).
On the other end, if the Bucks are underdogs they will show up with “+”. If the Bucks have a point spread set at +5 that means they can lose by up to 5 points. If they lose by more than that, the bet loses. On the money line, if the Bucks are +250 that means you win $250 on a $100 bet. Get familiar with these types of bet to determine how you want to play the Bucks.
Outside most Bucks fans, not many are familiar with the team hence why they can often win against the odds. The franchise has been making some sharp changes to the roster through nifty drafting and trading. The team may be unnoticed but will continue making noise.