- 2 Chainz and Lil Baby have -125 odds to beat Quavo and Jack Harlow
- LeBron James is favored to win the All-Star Game MVP with +475 odds.
- Over 6.5 three-pointers are favored to be made by a player in the All-Star Game.
ATLANTA — As the NBA All-Star game approaches, NBA bettors will have their hands full with all of the events that are taking place and all of the odds that are available on them.
Legal online sportsbooks have odds on the Celebrity Game, All-Star Game MVP and even game props for the All-Star Game as well.
Starting with the NBA Celebrity All-Star game, this year, due to COVID-19 this will not be any ordinary celebrity game as it will be a 2 vs. 2 matchup between some of Atlanta’s favorite rappers. The teams will be 2 Chainz and Lil Baby going up against Quavo and Jack Harlow.
2021 Celebrity All-Star Game
- 2 Chainz/Lil Baby -125
- Quavo/Jack Harlow -105
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Going into the game the team of 2 Chainz and Lil Baby are seeing their NBA odds favored. With that, NBA bettors should be flocking to the underdogs here for a nicer payout being that Quavo is the reigning Celebrity All-Star game MVP as he dropped 28 points last year. Jack Harlow also has some basketball experience himself as he recently participated in the Crew League.
2 Chainz is a former Division 1 basketball player (Alabama State, 1996-97). However, being that Quavo and Harlow have more experience going into the game, bettors should feel comfortable with their odds.
All-Star Game MVP Odds
Looking at the odds for the All-Star Game MVP, LeBron James is sitting at the top of the oddsboard to win the award.
All-Star Game MVP – Odds To Win
- LeBron James +475
- Giannis Antetokounmpo +550
- Stephen Curry +650
- Kyrie Irving +700
- Luka Doncic +800
- Bradley Beal +900
- Damian Lillard +1000
- Joel Embiid +1000
- James Harden +1600
- Kawhi Leonard +1600
- Jayson Tatum +2200
- Nikola Jokic +2200
- Ben Simmons +3300
- Zion Williamson +3300
LeBron James is favored to win the MVP being that he is going into the game with not only the most experience in the game, but he also has the most All-Star Game MVP Awards of the bunch with three.
Aside from LeBron James, another player that should be considered that has a nice payout is Joel Embiid. Embiid is going into the game with his fourth selection as the All-Star game starter and is easily playing in his best season yet. Being that Embiid is playing at such a high level and also fighting for the MVP award as well, he could look to make a statement in the All-Star Game as well.
All-Star Game Player Props
Most Assists By Any Player In The All-Star Game
- Over 10.5 -120
- Under 10.5 -120
Most 3-Pt Shots By Any Player In The All-Star Game
- Over 6.5 -130
- Under 6.5 -110
It might not seem like any player will reach over 10.5 assists, but being that this is such a high-scoring game with tons of lobs and flashy passes, it could be bound to happen. Also, with some of the best passers in the league participating such as LeBron, Luka Doncic, Ben Simmons etc. one of them could easily tally over 10 assists.
As for the total three-point shots attempted by a single player, the Over could be some of the easiest money that an NBA bettor could make. With players such as Stephen Curry, Kyrie Irving and Damian Lillard all playing, each of them could easily shoot more than 6.5 three-point attempts.
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