NBA Finals has some crazy prop bets

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Ref Joey Crawford is 33-1 to take a tumble in the NBA Finals.

Many were surprised that LeBron James and his Cavs were listed as the 2-1 underdog to the Warriors when odds for the NBA Finals were first posted.

What’s even more surprising are some of the crazy propositional bets.

A sampling from SportsBettingDime.com:

Odds of …

Golden State winning in 4 – 18/1

Golden State winning in 5 – 21/5

Golden State winning in 6 – 18/7

Golden State winning in 7 – 33/7

Cleveland winning in 4 – 100/1

Cleveland winning in 5 – 20/1

Cleveland winning in 6 – 9/1

Cleveland winning in 7 – 6/1

Odds to win the Bill Russell NBA Finals MVP Award:

Steph Curry – 2/3

LeBron James – 2/1

FIELD – 12/1

Odds of receiving the first technical foul of the 2015 NBA Finals:

Draymond Green – 5/2

Matthew Dellevadova – 5/1

Steve Kerr – 7/1

JR Smith – 15/2

Timofey Mozgov – 10/1

LeBron James – 23/2

David Blatt – 16/1

FIELD – 11/2

Odds of receiving the first technical foul as a result of an altercation with Matthew Dellavedova in the 2015 NBA Finals:

Draymond Green – 6/5

Shaun Livingston – 11/2

Steph Curry – 15/2

Andre Iguodala – 9/1

Klay Thompson – 13/1

Festus Ezeli – 27/2

Andrew Bogut – 30/1

Harrison Barnes – 99/1

Odds on which ABC broadcaster will be the first to address Matthew Dellavedova as a “Dirty Player”:

Sage Steele – 1/1

Doug Collins – 4/1

Jalen Rose – 17/3

Mike Breen – 10/1

Jeff Van Gundy – 19/1

Lisa Salters – 75/1

Heather Cox – 100/1

Doris Burke – 125/1

Odds LeBron James will wear a headband at some point during the 2015 NBA Finals:

Headband – 3/1

No Headband – 4/11


Odds Joey Crawford falls while refereeing the 2015 NBA Finals:

Fall – 33/1

No Fall – 1/33

Odds of which celebrity fan attends the most 2015 NBA Finals games:

Usher – 3/2

Drake – 3/2

Jessica Alba – 7/2

Odds of which player Jalen Rose will say “Keep gettin’ dem checks” about:

David Lee – 1/1

Brendan Haywood – 3/1

Mike Miller – 12/1

Shawn Marion – 12/1

Kendrick Perkins – 20/1

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