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Utah Jazz Odds, Futures & Betting Predictions to Back

Utah Jazz Odds, Futures & Betting Predictions to Back

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One of the best and most consistent teams in the NBA over the last few seasons, the Utah Jazz brings back a strong competitor this season. Led by Donovan Mitchell, Rudy Gobert and a roster littered with two-way versatility, Utah is a sleeper pick in NBA futures to make an NBA Finals run.

After finishing last season as the No. 1 seed in a daunting Western Conference, Utah returns their entire rotation and added even more bench depth on top of that. Injuries could be the only thing that gets in the way of another impressive run for Utah.

Are the NBA odds in the Jazz’s favor for the 2021-22 campaign? Let’s dive into our NBA picks from sportsbooks on the Raptors’ projected outlook.

Jazz Win-Total Betting

The Line: 52.5 (-110) with PointsBet Sportsbook ➜

Betting apps are high on the Jazz repeating last season’s success. Projected to finish as a top-four seed once again, Utah’s balance on offense and defense makes it an easy argument for why they could easily eclipse their 52.5 win-total projection from PointsBet Sportsbook.

The Bet: Thanks to having a scoring dynamo (Donovan Mitchell) and defensive anchor (Rudy Gobert), Utah is always going to be a team who finishes near the top of the Western Conference. The 2021-22 season should be no different for Utah. I would hit the Over here on PointsBet for the Jazz.

Jazz Division Odds

The Line: -225 with BetMGM ➜

The odds-on favorite to win its division, Utah is set up well to achieve it. If the Denver Nuggets were at 100% health, this could have been a different discussion. With Jamal Murray sidelined for the Nuggets rehabbing from an ACL tear, Utah has all the momentum behind them to capture another Northwest Division crown.

The Bet: Hammer the Jazz to win their division at -225 odds at BetMGM Sportsbook.


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Jazz Western Conference Odds

The Line: +650 at DraftKings ➜

Tied with the Phoenix Suns for the third-best odds to win the Western Conference, trailing the Los Angeles Lakers and Golden State Warriors, Utah has yet to make a real deep postseason run. Could it finally be different this season, though?

The Bet:DraftKings Sportsbook, Utah is undervalued right now in NBA betting circles. The Jazz have such a strong balance within their rotation where they could finally make an NBA Finals appearance for the first time since John Stockton and Karl Malone took on Michael Jordan’s Chicago Bulls.

Jazz NBA Title Odds

The Line: +1500 with Caesars Sportsbook ➜

Utah holds the fifth-best odds on Caesars to win the 2021-22 NBA Finals. It’s a fair placement for the Jazz, but are they truly on the level of teams like the Brooklyn Nets and Milwaukee Bucks? If the Jazz squared-off against either one in the Finals, it would be a tough predicament for Utah.

The Bet: Unless something happens to the Nets’ star-studded trio, or Giannis Antetokounmpo in Milwaukee, I think avoiding Utah’s NBA title odds at Caesars Sportsbook is the best scenario here.


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Best Jazz Player Prop Bets

The Line: Rudy Gobert, Defensive Player of the Year, +380 at FanDuel ➜

This has become an award where Rudy Gobert is the heavy favorite until further notice. His impact around the rim is immense, and it’s why he’s the leader to win Defensive Player of the Year again on FanDuel at +380 odds.

The Bet: Gobert’s DPOY dominance has become one of the best wagers in sports betting. If the Jazz once again finish as one of the best teams in the regular season, plus Gobert gobbles up blocks at a high rate, he should once again win the award. Take these odds from FanDuel and thank yourself later for doing so.

About the Author

Evan Sidery for Bookies.com
Evan Sidery
Evan has written about sports and sports betting for several years. He is also a national NBA reporter for BasketballNews.com and has contributed for Forbes and SB Nation.