NBA in-season tournament odds

By Chris Havlicek Contributor

Updated 12/4/23 2:50am ET

The NBA’s inaugural in-season tournament continues Monday and Tuesday with the quarterfinals. The winners advance to the semifinal and championship games in Las Vegas this weekend with all games adopting a single-elimination format.

The Boston Celtics are +310 favorites of the eight remaining teams. They face the Indiana Pacers as 4.5-point road favorites on Monday. The over/under is 241, after opening around 236.

In Monday’s other quarterfinal, the Sacramento Kings host the New Orleans Pelicans as four-point favorites.

Tuesday’s slate features the Milwaukee Bucks hosting the New York Knicks as 4.5-point home favorites. The Los Angeles Lakers then host the Phoenix Suns as two-point favorites. This will be just the second meeting in the past five years between LeBron James and Kevin Durant.

Prior to this elimination round, all 30 teams competed in group stage play. Five groups consisted of six teams each. The league predetermined which games throughout the regular season would count towards the group standings.

NBA In-Season Tournament odds from FanDuel:

Boston Celtics +310

Milwaukee Bucks +350

Sacramento Kings+490

Los Angeles Lakers +550

Phoenix Suns +600

New Orleans Pelicans +1200

Indiana Pacers +1400

New York Knicks +1700

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