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FiveThirtyEight: Suns have a 76% win probability

The site gives the Mavericks a 24% win probability in Game 2 of the NBA Playoffs series.May 3, 2022

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Who Will Suns play in Round 2?

The Suns will open its second round series against the Mavericks on Monday while Miami will seek to take advantage in Game 1 of its series against Philadelphia without Joel Embiid.


What are the odds for the Suns game tonight?

Check out these odds, picks and predictions for the contest. The Suns are a 6.5-point favorite in the game, according to Tipico Sportsbook. Phoenix is -260 on the money line and Dallas is +205. The over/under for the game is set at 207.5 points.


Who is favored in Phoenix Suns game?

The Suns are a 1.5-point favorite in the game, according to Tipico Sportsbook. Phoenix is -115 on the money line and Dallas is -105.


Will the Suns make the playoffs 2022?

NBA playoffs 2022: Sixers, Suns, Mavericks all advance; Chris Paul has historic night. The Sixers, Suns and Mavericks all punched their tickets to the second round of the NBA playoffs with wins over the Raptors, Pelicans and Jazz, respectively, on Thursday.


How do I bet on the Suns?

How to Bet on the Phoenix Suns. Sports betting is legal and live in the state of Arizona. Bettors have the option to bet in-person or online for their favorite teams like Arizona. Take a look at our Arizona sports betting page to learn more about sports betting in the state and opportunities to wager on Arizona.


What’s the over/under on the Suns game?

Suns odds from Caesars Sportsbook, while the over-under for total points scored is 205.


What are the odds for the Suns to win the championship?

The team’s record was so stellar during the regular season that by the time playoffs started, the odds for the Suns to dethrone the Bucks as the new champs had shortened all the way to +260 at FOX Bet. Now, due to the Booker news, Phoenix is currently favored to win the title at +275.


Who wins Mavs vs Suns?

The Mavericks jumped out to a 57-27 lead over the top-seeded Phoenix Suns on Sunday night and never looked back on their way to a 123-90 win.


How do you bet the money line?

If you place a bet on the moneyline, that means you think the team you bet on will win the game. If they win, you win, no matter the score. While a point spread requires the team you bet on to win by a specified margin, moneyline does not.


Who is most likely to win the NBA Finals 2022?

According to the oddsmakers, they have. Following the Phoenix Suns’ stunning Game 7 loss to the Dallas Mavericks in the Western Conference semifinals, the Warriors are now the betting favorite to take home the Larry O’Brien Trophy, according to odds provided by our partner, PointsBet.


Who Will Suns play next in playoffs?

New Orleans PelicansThe No. 1 seed Phoenix Suns will play the New Orleans Pelicans in the first round of the 2022 NBA Playoffs. Here’s the schedule for the Western Conference playoffs series, with television information (all times MST).


Who Will Suns play in playoffs 2022?

Pelicans2022 Playoffs: West First Round | Suns (1) vs. Pelicans (8) | NBA.com.


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STANDINGS

W-L PCT GB CONF DIV STRK
1

Logo of the Phoenix Suns

Suns (y) 64-18 .780 0 39-13 10-6 L1
2

Logo of the Memphis Grizzlies

Grizzlies (x) 56-26 .683 8 36-16 11-5 L1
3

Logo of the Golden State Warriors

Warriors (x) 53-29 .646 11 33-19 12-4 W5
4

Logo of the Dallas Mavericks

Mavericks (x) 52-30 .634 12 36-16 14-2 W4
5

Logo of the Utah Jazz

Jazz (x) 49-33 .598 15 33-19 15-1 W1
6

Logo of the Denver Nuggets

Nuggets (x) 48-34 .585 16 29-23 6-10 L1
7

Logo of the Minnesota Timberwolves

Timberwolves (x) 46-36 .561 18 32-20 12-4 L1
8

Logo of the New Orleans Pelicans

Pelicans (x) 36-46 .439 28 25-27 6-10 L2
9

Logo of the LA Clippers

Clippers 42-40 .512 22 26-26 9-7 W5
10

Logo of the San Antonio Spurs

Spurs 34-48 .415 30 24-28 6-10 L3
11

Logo of the Los Angeles Lakers

Lakers 33-49 .402 31 18-34 3-13 W2
12

Logo of the Sacramento Kings

Kings 30-52 .366 34 20-32 6-10 W1
13

Logo of the Portland Trail Blazers

Trail Blazers 27-55 .329 37 11-41 1-15 L11
14

Logo of the Oklahoma City Thunder

Thunder 24-58 .293 40 17-35 6-10 L3
15

Logo of the Houston Rockets

Rockets 20-62 .244 44 11-41 3-13 L7
Standings updated after each game.
x: Clinched playoff berth
y: Clinched conference


ROSTER

NO NAME POS AGE HT WT
20

Dario Saric

Dario Saric PF 28 6’10” 225
23

Cameron Johnson

Cameron Johnson PF 26 6’8″ 210
1

Devin Booker

Devin Booker SG 25 6’5″ 206
00

JaVale McGee

JaVale McGee C 34 7’0″ 270
14

Landry Shamet

Landry Shamet SG 25 6’4″ 190
2

Elfrid Payton

Elfrid Payton PG 28 6’3″ 195
22

Deandre Ayton

Deandre Ayton C 23 6’11” 250
12

Ish Wainright

Ish Wainright SF 27 6’5″ 250
25

Mikal Bridges

Mikal Bridges SF 25 6’6″ 209
4

Aaron Holiday

Aaron Holiday PG 25 6’0″ 185
18

Bismack Biyombo

Bismack Biyombo C 29 6’8″ 255
3

Chris Paul

Chris Paul PG 37 6’0″ 175
0

Torrey Craig

Torrey Craig SF 31 6’7″ 221
99

Jae Crowder

Jae Crowder SF 31 6’6″ 235
15

Cameron Payne

Cameron Payne PG 27 6’1″ 183
19

Iffe Lundberg

Iffe Lundberg SG 27 6’4″ 205


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