May 15, 2024| Odds Shark

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Game 5: avalanche vs stars preview & pick
The Game:
Colorado Avalanche vs Dallas Stars, 8 PM ET

Team Puckline Total Moneyline
Colorado Avalanche +1.5 (-205) O6.5 (+102) +124
Dallas Stars -1.5 (+170) U6.5 (-122) -148

 

Josie’s Take: Colorado has spiraled out of control quickly. The Avs, which scored 28 goals in the first round, have managed to scoop up just a goal in each of their last two outings.

The offense I once thought would carry the team to a cup run has disappeared. Nichushkin’s, who had at least one goal in seven of his eight playoff appearances, suspension is a distraction and massive loss. 

Meanwhile, everything is getting brighter for the Stars, who’ve outscored the Avs 14-5 in the last three games. Jake Oettinger, the Conn Smythe favorite, is playing top notch hockey. The 25-year-old has recorded over a .960SV% in his last two starts. Following a road win, Dallas has won eight-straight games. Plus, they’ve covered the puckline in four of its last five meetings with Colorado.

While the Avalanche crumbles, the Stars will shine and advance on into the next round. 

Pick: Stars -1.5 (+170)

2024 College Basketball Player of the Year Odds: Can Edey Repeat?

College basketball hit the halfway point of its regular season this week, meaning there are still lots of games to go—not to mention tournament play, as teams bid to reach March Madness and ultimately the Final Four. But if sportsbook odds are any indication, the national Player of the Year race has already become a foregone conclusion.

2023-24 Wooden Awards Odds

Odds to win the POY Award
Player Odds
Zach Edey (Purdue) -300
Hunter Dickinson (Kansas) +1000
Kyle Filipowski (Duke) +2000
R.J. Davis (UNC) +2000
Kevin McCullar (Kansas) +2000
Tristen Newton (UConn) +2500
Tyson Walker (Michigan St.) +2800
Armando Bacot (UNC) +3000
Caleb Love (Arizona) +3000
Tyler Kolek (Marquette) +3500

Purdue center Zach Edey, bidding to become the first back-to-back recipient of the John R. Wooden Award since Ralph Sampson in the early 1980s, is now such a favorite that he’s become a negative moneyline play at most sportsbooks. Odds of Edey repeating as Wooden Award winner are now around -300, which means a sports bettor would have to wager $300 to earn $100 in winnings should Edey claim the honor for a second consecutive year.

Edey, who entered this week averaging 22.2 points and 10.6 rebounds per game, has gradually tightened his grip on the Player of the Year award as the season has gone on. The Purdue big man opened at odds of around +155. After leading the Boilermakers to the title in the toughest Maui Invitational field ever, those odds moved to +130. Now they’re in negative territory, well ahead of those of No. 2 odds choice Hunter Dickinson of Kansas, who can be found at +600 to +1000, depending on the sportsbook.

Even though the top-ranked Boilermakers suffered their second loss of the season Tuesday night at Nebraska, Edey has scored in double-figures every game this season and has posted nine double-doubles, tied for sixth nationally. He ranks eighth nationally in scoring, 11th nationally in rebounding, and 15th nationally in field goal percentage. While he was held to just two points in the first half against the Cornhuskers, he hasn’t really had a bad game.

And the winning has certainly helped Edey cement himself as Player of the Year odds frontrunner. Now, could that change? Purdue has tough road games at Wisconsin, Illinois and Ohio State coming up in the back half of its Big 10 schedule. It would likely take some upset losses, and some of those opponents shutting Edey down—which to this point, hasn’t really happened—for the likes of Dickinson or Duke center Kyle Filipowski to close what’s currently a sizable gap.

The Favorite: Zach Edey, Purdue

Edey has played at a consistently high level against a schedule that to this point ranks as the second-toughest in the nation, according to the analytical site KenPom.com. But conference play is a different animal—opponents are more familiar, and games are more physical—and that contrast has perhaps been evident in Edey, who had totaled 10 points and 15 boards, and then 15 points and seven boards in back-to-back Big 10 games through Tuesday. 

Those are very good numbers, to be certain, but not quite the 28 and 15 he was putting up with regularity back in November and December. The conference grind takes a toll on everybody, and Edey’s hold on Player of the Year frontrunner odds may hinge on whether he can maintain a form that produced double-doubles in 11 of his final 14 games last season.

The Challenger

Who might challenge Edey in becoming this year’s college basketball player of the year?

Hunter Dickinson, Kansas

Kansas has one of the worst cover rates of any team in the Top 25, continuing to win games that are closer than they should be. But that’s not the fault of Dickinson, a Michigan transfer who’s thrived in Bill Self’s offense, where he’s surrounded by great supportive players who can take the pressure off the big man in the middle. Dickinson hit for 30 points and 11 boards in a close win last weekend over TCU, emblematic of the type of contribution he’s making night in and night out.

Dickinson entered the week with averages of 19.4 points and 12.4 rebounds, and double-doubles in seven of his last nine games. He plays well in transition, shoots well from the outside, and can be unstoppable when he gets the ball down low. Dickinson plays in a deeper league than Edeydoes, and has more marquee games against ranked opponents still ahead of him. It will take more 30/11 nights against the likes of Baylor and Houston to make this Player of the Year race more interesting than it is now.

The Dark Horse

If you’re looking at making a big splash on the oddsboard, maybe consider this UConn Guard.

Armando Bacot, North Carolina

Guard R.J. Davis may lead North Carolina in scoring, but it’s big man Bacot who makes the Tar Heels go. The 6-11, 240-pound Bacot has proven an impossible matchup in the ACC, where he’s able to overpower interior defenders and get high-quality shots. In his previous two games entering the week, Bacot had not only notched double-doubles, but also shot 50 percent or better from the field. His averages—14.9 points and 11.1 rebounds—don’t accurately speak to how valuable he is.

But for Bacot to truly wedge his way into the Player of the Year conversation, he’s going to need more of the 25-point games he’s had just once so far this season. With Davis hitting for 20.6 per game, there’s not really the need for that yet in a weak ACC. But this is a thin Tar Heels roster, and UNC is winning largely behind a two-man game. The idea that Bacot could catch fire like he did at the end of the 2021-22 campaign—when his eight straight double-doubles led the Tar Heels to the national title game—isn’t out of the question.

Last 10 Best College Basketball Players Of The Year

Last 10 NCAA Naismith & wooden POY Award Winners
Year Player School
2022 Oscar Tshiebwe Kentucky
2021 Luka Garza Iowa
2020 Obi Toppin Dayton
2019 Zion Williamson Duke
2018 Jalen Brunson Villanova
2017 Frank Mason III Kansas
2016 Buddy Hield Oklahoma
2015 Frank Kaminsky Wisconsin
2014 Doug McDermott Creighton
2013 Trey Burke Michigan

 

Jalen Brunson, the player of the year from 2018, is having a standout year for the Knicks. In his first season with the Knickerbockers after signing on as a free agent, the former Villanova Wildcat is averaging 23.9 points, 6.2 assists and 3.6 rebounds and has pushed the Knicks into a playoff spot. The Knicks! 

If Brunson’s impact continues, New York could see the playoffs for just the second time in the last 10 seasons. 


How To Read Naismith And Wooden Player Of The Year Odds

If this is your first time betting on NCAA College Basketball Player of the Year odds and you aren’t sure about the difference between the Wooden Award and the Naismith Award, don’t sweat it.

They’re essentially the same individual award but the voting structures are slightly different. The Wooden Award is determined before the NCAA March Madness tournament and voted on by over 1,000 sportswriters across the country, while the Naismith Award is finalized by a board of selectors along with fan voting and is announced in April.


Understanding College Basketball Player Of The Year Odds

At your college basketball sportsbook of choice, you’ll see prop odds to win College Player of the Year listed like so:

Zach Edey -150

Jalen Wilson +500

Brandon Miller +600

When there is no clear favorite due to the lack of a minus sign (-), the player with the lowest odds is the fave. In this case, though, there is a minus-money favorite in Edey. The others are considered underdogs.

If you’re loving Edey at -150 and you bet $100 on him, you’d get a payout of $166.67 – your original money is returned coupled with your winnings of $66.67. To see what you’d win based on the odds and the amount you bet, check out our odds calculator.

Super Bowl Odds 2024: Odds To Win Super Bowl 58

While some of the league’s top teams fall off, the Kansas City Chiefs remain in the top spot on the Super Bowl oddsboards, looking to repeat as NFL champions in 2024.

Below, we’ve got a look at the latest Super Bowl 58 odds with some of our best bets and sleeper predictions:

Who Is Favored To Win The 2023-2024 Super Bowl

Odds To Win NFL – Super Bowl LVIII 2023-24
Team Odds
Kansas City Chiefs +450
San Francisco 49ers +450
Philadelphia Eagles +550
Baltimore Ravens +750
Miami Dolphins +900
Dallas Cowboys +1000
Detroit Lions +1000
Jacksonville Jaguars +1600
Buffalo Bills +2200
Cleveland Browns +4000
Seattle Seahawks +4500
Houston Texans +5000
Minnesota Vikings +6000
New Orleans Saints +6600
Pittsburgh Steelers +6600
LA Chargers +8000
Cincinnati Bengals +10000
Denver Broncos +10000
Atlanta Falcons +15000
Green Bay Packers +15000
LA Rams +20000
NY Jets +20000
Tampa Bay Buccaneers +20000
Indianapolis Colts +25000
Las Vegas Raiders +25000
Tennessee Titans +50000
Washington Commanders +50000
Chicago Bears +100000
NY Giants +100000
Arizona Cardinals +150000
New England Patriots +150000
Carolina Panthers +200000

Odds as of November 20th, 2023 13:45pm EST.

Are We Heading For a Chiefs/Eagles Rematch?

The last few weeks have been messy for some of the NFL’s top teams. The Bills have struggled, the Bengals lost Joe Burrow for the entire season, and the 49ers have waffled back and forth. But, the two constants at the top of these Super Bowl odds remain: Philadelphia and Kansas City. 

Neither Philly nor KC have played perfect football yet this season — the Eagles struggle to stop the pass and Kansas City’s offensive weapons have been quiet, beyond Travis Kelce. But, if the two 2023 Super Bowl finalists can round into form down the stretch, I wouldn’t bet against a rematch.

Super Bowl Odds: Risers And Fallers

The same few teams have stayed at the top of the 2023-24 Super Bowl odds for most of the season. But, beyond that top tier there has been some significant movement lately:

Riser: Houston Texans

The Texans opened this NFL season with +20,000 odds to win the Super Bowl. Only the Cardinals had worse implied chances.

Almost three months later, they’ve chipped away at those odds, climbed the table, and now sit with a realistic shot to make the playoffs and the chance to dream on a deep run.

Sure this Houston team is still deeply flawed. But they’ve got an offense built around Offensive Rookie of the Year favorite CJ Stroud, a stable of young receivers, and dynamic playmakers like Derek Stingley and Will Anderson on defense. It may not all come together this year, but the future is bright in Houston.

Faller: Cincinnati Bengals

With the news of Joe Burrow’s season-ending wrist injury, the Bengals’ Super Bowl odds have tumbled. After a tough start to the season, the Bengals clawed back into contention and say with +1000 title odds (fifth in the NFL) prior to Week 10. After Burrow’s injury in Week 11, they’ve fallen all the way down to +12500 — and maybe dropping further.

Without their $300-million quarterback, the Bengals’ 2023-24 chances are basically toast. They’re especially screwed because of the strength of the AFC North. All three other teams (Steelers, Browns, Ravens) have winning records right now, and all three sit within the top-half of the league in Super Bowl odds.

Super Bowl LVIII Odds Best Bet: Baltimore Ravens

Basically everything has gone right for the Ravens this year. After an offseason of getting healthy, coaching changes, and finally signing some real NFL receivers, Super Bowl hopes are high in Maryland.

The Ravens do have some bad losses to the Steelers, Colts, and Browns, but they’ve consistently flashed title upside. Just look to Baltimore’s 38-6 win over the Lions. They displayed the elite defense we know the Ravens always have, plus a dynamic new offense from OC Todd Monken.

With Burrow out of the picture for the rest of the season, Lamar Jackson has a chance to steal the AFC North crown and win some playoff games.

Exact Super Bowl Matchup Odds

Super Bowl 58 Exact Matchup Odds
Matchup Odds
Chiefs vs 49ers +800
Chiefs vs Eagles +900
Chiefs vs Lions +1400
Chiefs vs Cowboys +1400
Ravens vs 49ers +1500
Ravens vs Eagles +1500
Dolphins vs Eagles +1700
Ravens vs Lions +2500
Ravens s Cowboys +2500
Dolphins vs Lions +2500
Dolphins vs Cowboys +2500
Jaguars vs 49ers +3000

Odds as of November 20th, 2023

It shouldn’t be all too surprising that the books see the 49ers, Eagles, and Chiefs as the most likely Super Bowl candidates this season. The three teams are right at the top of 2024 Super Bowl odds, with MVP candidates at key positions and solid starts to the season.

The thing is: chaos. Every season, a few teams we expect to dominate don’t even make the playoffs and a few expected bottom-feeders sneak into the postseason. Sure, maybe 49ers vs. Chiefs is the most likely Super Bowl LVIII tilt, but it’s by no means a certain outcome.

Last 10 Super Bowl Champions

Recent Super Bowl Champs and Preseason Odds
Year Team Preseason Odds Result
2023 (57) Kansas City Chiefs +600 Chiefs 38 – Eagles 35
2022 (56) Los Angeles Rams +1200 Rams 23 – Bengals 20
2021 (55) Tampa Bay Buccaneers +1000 Buccaneers 31 – Chiefs 9
2020 (54) Kansas City Chiefs +600 Chiefs 31 – 49ers 20
2019 (53) New England Patriots +600 Patriots 13 – Rams 3
2018 (52) Philadelphia Eagles +4000 Eagles 41 – Patriots 33
2017 (51) New England Patriots +600 Patriots 34 – Falcons 28
2016 (50) Denver Broncos +900 Broncos 24 – Panthers 10
2015 (49) New England Patriots +650 Patriots 28 – Seahawks 24
2014 (48) Seattle Seahawks +800 Seahawks 43 – Broncos 8

It’s no surprise that recent Super Bowl history has been dominated by Tom Brady. The star QB has won four of the last 10 Super Bowls (three with New England, one with Tampa Bay) and consistently led his squads deep into the playoffs.

The biggest recent Super Bowl underdog was the 2017 Eagles, who beat Brady’s Patriots in the final. They even did so after their No. 1 QB, Carson Wentz, went down with an injury late in the season. Backup Nick Foles took over under center and earned Super Bowl MVP honors to deliver great preseason odds value to Philly’s Super Bowl 52 bettors.

NFL Teams with the Most Super Bowls

Super Bowl Wins
Team Super Bowl Wins Super Bowl Appearances Last Win
New England Patriots 6 11 2018
Pittsburgh Steelers 6 8 2008
San Francisco 49ers 5 7 1994
Dallas Cowboys 5 8 1995
Green Bay Packers 4 5 2010
New York Giants 4 5 2011
Las Vegas Raiders 3 5 1983
Washington Commanders 3 5 1991
Denver Broncos 3 8 2015
Kansas City Chiefs 3 5 2023
Baltimore Ravens 2 2 2012
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 2 2 2020
Indianapolis Colts 2 4 2006
Miami Dolphins 2 5 1973
New Orleans Saints 1 1 2009
New York Jets 1 1 1968
Chicago Bears 1 2 1985
Philadelphia Eagles 1 4 2017
Los Angeles Rams 1 3 2021
Seattle Seahawks 1 3 2013

The Steelers and Patriots dominate the history of the Super Bowl. They’ve appeared in 19 of the 57 Super Bowls, winning six each. There is some decent NFL parity, though, with 20 teams claiming a title all-time.

NFL Teams that have never won a Super Bowl

The 12 teams that have never won a Super Bowl are:

  • Buffalo Bills (four Super Bowl appearances)
  • Minnesota Vikings (4)
  • Atlanta Falcons (2)
  • Carolina Panthers (2)
  • Cincinnati Bengals (2)
  • Arizona Cardinals (1)
  • Tennessee Titans (1)
  • Los Angeles Chargers (1)
  • Cleveland Browns (0)
  • Detroit Lions (0)
  • Jacksonville Jaguars (0)
  • Houston Texans (0)

Super Bowl Betting Trends


How to Bet on Super Bowl 58

When it comes to betting on the NFL, odds are available before teams take their first regular-season snaps. You can even bet on a potential Super Bowl winner in August. Certain squads will always be contenders, especially if they won the previous year.

When sportsbooks set the lines, they look at offseason roster moves, coaching changes and past on-field performance. To bet on Super Bowl odds, you’d make a futures bet.

Where to bet on the Super Bowl

You can find updated Super Bowl 58 odds at most sportsbooks. If you’re looking for recommendations on how to choose the best book for you, head over to our NFL sites review page.

How To Read Super Bowl Futures Odds

A Super Bowl Futures bet is a wager in which you would look at the Super Bowl odds weeks or sometimes months in advance of the big game, and decide which team you think will win. Let’s say you want to make a futures bet today. At your sportsbook of choice, the Super Bowl odds might look something like this:

  • Kansas City Chiefs -300
  • New Orleans Saints +550
  • Green Bay Packers +900
  • Buffalo Bills +1000
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers +1100

If this were a moneyline bet, you’d be able to see which team is the clear favorite because it would have a minus sign beside its moneyline odds (-). For Super Bowl futures, the team with the lowest Super Bowl odds is favored to win the NFL championship, and the rest are underdogs.

Let’s say you feel strongly about the Saints and believe they’re going to win it all. If you were to bet $100 on them and they did triumph, you’d get a payout of $650 – your original $100 is returned along with your winnings of $550. Our Super Bowl Odds Calculator will show you how much you’d win based on the odds and amount bet.

The Super Bowl odds change throughout the season as key players get injured, trades happen and coaches get fired. Line movements for NFL futures happen weekly, so if you see Super Bowl odds you like, it’s best to bet on them ASAP. The Packers may be +900 to win the Super Bowl in October but after a surge in November their Super Bowl odds could jump to +400 and you’ll make less money than you would if you’d bet them at +900.

Euro 2024 Odds: Betting Predictions and Picks

Euro 2024 will be held in Germany from June 14 to July 14, 2024. We’re in the early stages of qualifications with no more than two games being played per side.

In total 24 will participate in the tournament, and 23 of those sides will come through the qualification process. As hosts, Germany automatically qualifies. 

We’re a year out from one of soccer’s most important tournaments – and with lots of qualifying matches left to play – but let’s take an early look at the odds board and who’s favored to win.

Odds to Win 2024 Euro

Odds to win Euro 2024
Team Odds
France +500
Germany +550
England +600
Spain +750
Portugal +1000
Belgium +1200
Italy +1200
Netherlands +1400
Denmark +2000
Croatia +3500

Odds as of June 13

Why Is France Favored to Win Euro 2024?

On an international level, the French are the second-best side. Les Bleus were runners-up at the 2022 World Cup. On that World Cup journey in Qatar, France took out some strong European opponents.

They bested Denmark 2-1 in the group stage (the Danish hold the ninth-best Euro odds), Poland in the Round of 16 by a score of 3-1 (Poland is at +5000 for Euro 2024) and then France dispatched the English 2-1 in the Quarter-Finals (England is third on Euro odds board).

Through the short qualification period, France is 2-0-0 with a +5 goal differential while keeping two clean sheets with wins over Ireland and the Netherlands. 

Star power is another big factor to consider, and the Bleu-Blanc-Rouge have the biggest star of them all in Kylian Mbappe. The PSG forward has no flaws in his game and dominates at every level. 

In Qatar, Mbappe scored the most goals (8), lead the tournament in goal-creating actions with 11 (five more than the next best-player) and was third for goal-creating actions per 90 (1.74). When it comes to unlocking a game there’s no better player in Europe or even the world than Mbappe.

Euro 2024 Value 

France enters the tournament as slight favorites, what sides have greater value and have a chance to win instead of the favorites?

Germany

The hosts are just behind France on the oddsboard at +550. Because of their host status, we don’t have any sense of the form their in. They haven’t played any games because they don’t need to qualify.

If not for a shock 2-1 loss to Japan in the group stage of the 2022 World Cup, Germany would have likely gone much further. They bounced back from that defeat to the Blue Samurai with a 1-1 draw with a strong Spanish side before dismantling Costa Rica 4-2 to close out their tournament. 

The Germans will hope that youngster Jamal Musiala builds off a strong World Cup where he was credited with 7.67 shot-creating actions per 90 and an even better 22-23 Bundesliga campaign where he scored 12 goals and had ten assists for Bayern in his 19-year-old season. The kid is only going to get much better.

England

The English are the top-ranked side in Group C of Euro qualifiers with wins over Ukraine (2-0) and Italy (2-1).

Gareth Southgate’s side is winning games they should (against Ukraine) and those where they’re second best (vs Italy). Against the Azzurri, England only had 42% of the possession and 42% of the shots, they even went down a man in the 80th minute thanks to a Luke Shaw red card and still won 2-1. 

With Southgate’s contract over in December of 2024, this will likely be his final major tournament. His sides have come close to glory a few times but never won a title. Sadly for the three lions, their returns have been diminishing for the last few years.

England Under Southgate
Tournament Finish
2018 World Cup 4th
2022 Wold Cup 6th
2020 Euro Runner-Up
2019 UEFA Nations League 3rd
2021 UEFA Nations League 9th
2023 UEFA Nations League 15th

2024 Euro Dark horse

Every Euro tournament has its dark horse. A team comes out of nowhere and makes a deep run and upsets the landscape. 

In 2020, that was the Swiss who finished third in Group A and made it to the Quarter-Finals after beating France in the Round of 16.

Who should you have your eyes on in 2024?

Netherlands

The Dutch are no strangers to this competition. They won it once in 1988 and placed third four times. That last third-place finish came in 2004. 

At the 2022 World Cup, the Flying Dutchmen finished fourth with the third youngest squad in the competition. They had an average age of 26. Forward Cody Gakpo was a revelation with three goals in five matches for the Oranje in Qatar. 

There’s a lot to like about Holland. At +1400, keep an eye on their qualifying. 

Croatia

The Croatians are at the top of Group D with four points in two qualifiers. Remember, they finished as runners-up at the 2018 World Cup and then third in Qatar. Never discount Croatia at a major international tournament. With +3500 odds you could make $350 on a $10 bet backing them this early. That’s very tempting. 

Last Five Euro Winners

Last 5 Euro Winners
Year Team Opening Odds
2004 Greece +15000
2008 Spain +450
2012 Spain +250
2016 Portugal +1800
2020 Italy +700

 

Favorites typically win this tournament. They have deep squads overflowing with some of the most talented players in all of Europe. But every few years a dark horse goes all the way and is crowned Kings of Europe.

At +15000 Greece, and those who bet on them, haven’t yet forgotten about that tournament in 2004.

Last Five Euro Runners-Up 

Last 5 Euro Runners-Up
Year Team Score
2004 Portugal Lost 1-0 to Greece
2008 Germany Lost 1-0 to Spain
2012 Italy Lost 4-0 to Spain
2016 France Lost 1-0 to Portugal*
2020 England Lost 3-2 to Italy**

*After extra time
**Game tied 1-1 after extra time, ended 3-2 in penalties

The Euro finals are a low-scoring affair. Over the last five tournaments, three or more goals have been scored only once. It’s worth exploring the UNDER when the Final comes up in July of 2024.

How to Read Euro 2024 Odds

At any soccer betting site, you’ll see futures odds laid out like so:

  • England +500
  • Belgium +550
  • France +550
  • Spain +700

If you were to make a traditional straight-up bet, the favorite would be shown with the minus sign (-). In cases like these where there is no clear front-runner, the country with the lowest odds is the fave even if they’re all represented with the plus sign (+) which is generally used to demonstrate underdogs.

Let’s say you’ve looked at the group schedule and think Belgium is going to dominate and make it all the way to the top. A $100 bet would give you a payout of $650 – your original money is returned coupled with your winnings of $550.

Our Odds Calculator is a tool that will tell you how much you’d win based on the offered odds and amount bet.

What is a Futures Bet on the Euro Championship?

A futures bet is a wager made far in advance of a big event. Here, the bet is on the quadrennial Euro contest. It can be said that most bets are made prior to a sporting matchup, but futures can be placed weeks, months or even years in advance. In fact, as soon as the last championship is won, new odds will be released.

The odds will shift as the group stage gets closer and continue to move until right before the final is played on July 14, 2024, at the Olympiastadion in Berlin. If you see odds you like, take them to get the most value on your bets (should you win).