Brooklyn Nets 2022 Win Total Odds and Futures Betting Insights

The Brooklyn Nets are -120 to hit the over on 50.5 wins in 2022-23. They put up a record of 44-38 last year and were eliminated in the first round of the playoffs. Nets Win Total Futures Odds NBA odds courtesy of Tipico Sportsbook . Odds updated …

The Brooklyn Nets are -120 to hit the over on 50.5 wins in 2022-23. They put up a record of 44-38 last year and were eliminated in the first round of the playoffs.

Nets Win Total Futures Odds

NBA odds courtesy of Tipico Sportsbook. Odds updated Thursday at 4:29 PM ET. For a full list of sports betting odds, access USA TODAY Sports Betting Scores Odds Hub.

  • Win Total Over/Under: 50.5
  • Over 50.5 Wins Payout: -120
  • Under 50.5 Wins Payout: +100

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Nets Betting Stats from 2021-22

  • The Nets won 34 games against the spread last season, failing to cover or pushing 48 times.
  • Brooklyn finished 33-21 in games it was favored on the moneyline last season (winning 61.1% of those games).
  • Last season, Brooklyn won 11 out of the 28 games, or 39.3%, in which it was the underdog.
  • The Nets posted a 20-21 record at home and were 24-17 away last season.
  • The Nets were 4-8 last season when favored by three or fewer points, and were 29-13 when favored by 3.5 points or more.
  • Brooklyn secured eight wins when an underdog by three points or fewer last season (8-6), and posted a 3-11 record in tilts when installed as an underdog of 3.5 points or more.

Nets Futures Betting Trends

  • Taking into account their opponents’ combined win total last season (3374), the Nets have the 12th-ranked schedule in the league.
  • Taking into account its Atlantic Division opponents’ combined win total last year (748), Brooklyn has the fourth-toughest divisional schedule in the league.
  • The Nets have 50 games scheduled against teams that had winning records in 2021-22, including 23 games versus teams that had 50 or more wins and 14 contests against teams with fewer than 26 wins last season.

Brooklyn 2022 Key Players

  • Kevin Durant: 29.9 PTS, 7.4 REB, 6.4 AST, 51.8 FG%, 38.3 3PT% (115-for-300)
  • Seth Curry: 15.0 PTS, 48.7 FG%, 42.2 3PT% (158-for-374)
  • Patty Mills: 11.4 PTS, 40.8 FG%, 40.0 3PT% (227-for-568)
  • Kyrie Irving: 27.4 PTS, 5.8 AST, 1.4 STL, 46.9 FG%, 41.8 3PT% (100-for-239)

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Brooklyn Nets 2022 Win Total Odds and Futures Betting Insights

The Brooklyn Nets are -120 to hit the over on 50.5 wins in 2022-23. They put up a record of 44-38 last year and were eliminated in the first round of the playoffs. Nets Win Total Futures Odds NBA odds courtesy of Tipico Sportsbook . Odds updated …

The Brooklyn Nets are -120 to hit the over on 50.5 wins in 2022-23. They put up a record of 44-38 last year and were eliminated in the first round of the playoffs.

Nets Win Total Futures Odds

NBA odds courtesy of Tipico Sportsbook. Odds updated Thursday at 4:29 PM ET. For a full list of sports betting odds, access USA TODAY Sports Betting Scores Odds Hub.

  • Win Total Over/Under: 50.5
  • Over 50.5 Wins Payout: -120
  • Under 50.5 Wins Payout: +100

OFFER: Claim your risk-free bet up to $350. Catch the excitement and start betting with Tipico Sportsbook! New customer offer in CO and NJ. 21+, see Tipico.com for Terms and Conditions. Bet now!

Nets Betting Stats from 2021-22

  • The Nets won 34 games against the spread last season, failing to cover or pushing 48 times.
  • Brooklyn finished 33-21 in games it was favored on the moneyline last season (winning 61.1% of those games).
  • Last season, Brooklyn won 11 out of the 28 games, or 39.3%, in which it was the underdog.
  • The Nets posted a 20-21 record at home and were 24-17 away last season.
  • The Nets were 4-8 last season when favored by three or fewer points, and were 29-13 when favored by 3.5 points or more.
  • Brooklyn secured eight wins when an underdog by three points or fewer last season (8-6), and posted a 3-11 record in tilts when installed as an underdog of 3.5 points or more.

Nets Futures Betting Trends

  • Taking into account their opponents’ combined win total last season (3374), the Nets have the 12th-ranked schedule in the league.
  • Taking into account its Atlantic Division opponents’ combined win total last year (748), Brooklyn has the fourth-toughest divisional schedule in the league.
  • The Nets have 50 games scheduled against teams that had winning records in 2021-22, including 23 games versus teams that had 50 or more wins and 14 contests against teams with fewer than 26 wins last season.

Brooklyn 2022 Key Players

  • Kevin Durant: 29.9 PTS, 7.4 REB, 6.4 AST, 51.8 FG%, 38.3 3PT% (115-for-300)
  • Seth Curry: 15.0 PTS, 48.7 FG%, 42.2 3PT% (158-for-374)
  • Patty Mills: 11.4 PTS, 40.8 FG%, 40.0 3PT% (227-for-568)
  • Kyrie Irving: 27.4 PTS, 5.8 AST, 1.4 STL, 46.9 FG%, 41.8 3PT% (100-for-239)

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Nets: Kevin Durant expects team to start clicking upon winning

Following the Nets preseason opener, superstar Kevin Durant spoke to reporters on when he believes the roster will start to click.

Following the Brooklyn Nets preseason opener, superstar Kevin Durant discussed when he expects the roster to start clicking.

Basketball writer Ethan Spears of The New York Post talked with Durant about the team’s fit together on the court.

“When we win games in the regular season,” Durant said. “I mean, it’s kind of hard to say. I think to be honest, it’s hard to say when exactly it clicked. But I think you know you get used to your teammates every day. You talk, have conversations about where you see each other and how you can help each other and go from there.”

Newly acquired Royce O’Neale talked a little bit about the team’s focus going forward in a post-game interview. Star guard Kyrie Irving also talked with reporters about the intangibles that O’Neale brings to the team.

The Nets team will likely get their game plan together well before the season starts.

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Nets head coach Steve Nash announces Kyrie Irving welcomed a newborn

Nets coach Steve Nash announced that all-star guard Kyrie Irving has a newborn child.

This week has been a big week for the Brooklyn Nets. Earlier this week the  preseason began ahead of a highly anticipated campaign, and news has broken that star guard Kyrie Irving has welcomed a newborn child.

According to basketball insider, Alex Schiffer of The Athletic, head coach Steve Nash announced that Irving and his wife had a baby.

Irving had a pretty great game earlier this week in the team’s preseason opener, he also praised newly acquired forward Royce O’Neale and the intangibles that he brings to the hardcourt.

It is unclear if Irving will be playing on Thursday night.

Irving had quite a long off-season as he failed to reach a contract extension with the Nets team at the beginning of the summer. Following the contract failure, there were rumors for a couple of weeks that Irving wanted to be shipped away from Brooklyn.

The ball-handling guard will likely be back in the lineup soon.

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Nets’ Kyrie Irving praises Royce O’Neale’s intangibles

Nets star Kyrie Irving on Royce O’Neale and the intangibles he brings to the team.

With the Brooklyn Nets’ first preseason game took place earlier this week, a lot of roleplayers were given big-time minutes to see an athlete’s capabilities.

Star guard Kyrie Irving talked with HoopsHype reporter Michael Soto and discussed what O’Neale brings to the franchise.

“Royce is one of those players that you want on your team because he’s had a lot of experience. He’s been through a lot of battles. He understands the nuances of the game and what it takes to win. He didn’t necessarily get over the hump in Utah, but he was a part of a lot of those teams that led the league in offensive efficiency. I think he brings intangibles to our team really well, and we can utilize him on that wing to be the defensive stopper we know that he naturally is and also add some dimensions on offense for us by being a space-out shooter. He moves and plays the game well.”

O’Neale racked up 11 points in the team’s first preseason matchup, the team will likely utilize him throughout the season.

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Nets’ Royce O’Neale shocked that Jazz team was dismantled

A HoopsHype reporter talked with Nets’ forward Royce O’Neale about being traded and his expectations for this season.

Recently acquired forward Royce O’Neale was traded to the Brooklyn Nets organization after playing on the Utah Jazz for the past five years, he discussed his thoughts on his former team about the trade.

Basketball insider Michael Soto of HoopsHype got to interview O’Neale and discussed the trade. Soto asked O’Neale if he was shocked to have been shipped, to which he responded, ” I was definitely shocked. I had been there for five years. The team we had for a couple of years fell short. I thought we were going to build on it. Things happened, so keep it moving.”

O’Neale also discussed his thoughts on the team while being traded, ” That was the summer. Nobody cares about it now. We’re all here, and we’re going to make it work. We have a lot of work to do to get to where we want to go. That’s what we’re focusing on.”

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Was new Boston Celtics big man Blake Griffin throwing shade at the Brooklyn Nets in his introductory presser?

The veteran frontcourt player said he wasn’t used to the kind of environment he encountered in Boston.

New Boston Celtics big man Blake Griffin raved about the overall maturity of the Celtics upon signing with them officially this past Monday, as well as meeting new teammates such as star wing Jaylen Brown this week.

The veteran frontcourt player said he wasn’t used to the kind of environment he encountered in Boston upon his arrival. The comment was, perhaps, a subtle reference to his recent experience with the supremely dysfunctional Brooklyn Nets. Longtime Celtics nemesis Goran Dragic didn’t have rave reviews about that team after also leaving it this offseason.

Join CLNS Media reporter Bobby Manning as he breaks down Griffin’s arrival in Boston in the clip embedded below while we wait to see the six-time All-Star playing ball in green and white for the first time of his career in the Celtics’ exhibition game against the Toronto Raptors on Wednesday night.

Listen to the “Celtics Lab” podcast on:

Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/3zBKQY6

Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3GfUPFi

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Brooklyn Nets highlights: Nets fall to 76ers in preseason opener

See all the highlights from Monday’s preseason opener against the 76ers.

The Brooklyn Nets kicked off the NBA preseason at home on Monday night, and though the result was a lopsided loss to the rival Philadelphia 76ers, there were plenty of positives from the opener.

Nets coach Steve Nash gave a lot of minutes to various role players, including Edmond Sumner, who finished with 12 points, and newcomer Yuta Watanabe who slid into the rotation at center.

Nets captain Kevin Durant played very well and was ecstatic about getting back on the hardwood. In the post-game interview Durant said, “Always good to get back to playing basketball. It’s the best job that anybody could ask for.”

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Doc Rivers on what Nets’ Big 3 can learn from his old Celtics Big 3

Philadelphia 76ers head coach Doc Rivers had some words of advice for the Brooklyn Nets after Monday’s preseason game.

The Brooklyn Nets suffered a loss against the Philadelphia 76ers in their preseason opener, but 76ers head coach Doc Rivers talked about how Brooklyn can handle their ‘Big 3’.

After a long offseason with quite a lot of stresses around the roster, it’s safe to say that the league is uncertain about the Nets maintaining their Big 3 but Rivers had some advice for the franchise.

“It’s just roles. It really is and as easy as it sounds, it’s extremely hard to do. It really is. I would say with Ben it may be easier because you know what he wants to do as far as more of a passer, defender, rebounder, run the floor, when you have three guys that wanna score the ball and need the ball, that’s when it becomes way more difficult. Listen, it’s what we talked about, you gotta have the right guys. The guys that wanna sacrifice. If everybody still wants their amount of shots they’ve had wherever they’ve been, then you bring them all together.”

If Kevin, Ray, Paul wanted that, there’s just no way you’re gonna win. You hope to get them at the right time and you get them to see the value of sacrifice because it usually equates to winning. I use Steph as a role model. I think he gave up 47% of his time with the ball in the year before when he won MVP and a championship, it’s a pretty good model to use. Now, very few people are running around like him, but you still use it.”

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Kyrie Irving, Kevin Durant react to Ben Simmons’ preseason debut

Following Ben Simmons’ preseason debut for the Brooklyn Nets, his superstar teammates react to his first game back.

Playmaking forward Ben Simmons finally took the court for the first time in a Nets uniform and his new teammates had nothing but positive words for Simmons’ first game back.

In a post-game interview, Simmons told Andrew Jackson of FOX Sports that he felt, “amazing.” Simmons continued, “I’m grateful to just step on that floor in the NBA. So yeah, a lot of fun out there.”

Sharpshooting talent Kevin Durant had nothing but encouragement for Simmons. “You spend a year off from the game and you play organized basketball again, that’s a nerve-wracking feeling. To wake up that morning… you’re thinking about those minutes you’re going to play. So it’s good to see him get over those nerves”

Kyrie Irving said “I was telling him at halftime, when you’re playing with some high level players, despite what you’ve heard, we’re going to make the game easier for you and he’s going to love playing with us.”

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