76ers-Hawks Game 3 odds

The 76ers-Hawks Game 3 odds are live at BetRivers.com and as the series shifts to Atlanta, the top-seeded 76ers will look to grab control of the series with a win on Friday night. Longtime basketball writer Rob Dauster, the co-founder of The Field of 68 Podcast Network is here to break down the 76ers-Hawks Game 3 odds and drops knowledge on the best bets worth a wager at BetRivers.com. Get the latest news here at the Pennsylvania online sports betting BetRivers Sportsbook.

76ers-Hawks Game 3 Odds: Boosts & Specials

  • Joel Embiid record 20+ first-half points in Game 3. Was +145. Now +175.
  • Trae Young to be top point scorer in Game 3. Was +250. Now +300.
  • Danny Green & Seth Curry combine for Over 4.5 Made 3-Pointers. Now -110.

Before getting to the 76ers-Hawks Game 3 odds, here is a look at the updated 76ers-Hawks series outcome odds:

  • To Advance: 76ers -250, Hawks +200
  • 76ers 4-1 (+320), 76ers 4-2 (+300), 76ers 4-3 (+280)
  • Hawks 4-1 (+1100), Hawks 4-2 (+550), Hawks 4-3 (+650)

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GAME 3: Friday, June 11. 7:30 p.m. ET. ESPN
MONEYLINE: 76ers -127, Hawks +106
SPREAD: 76ers -1.5
OVER/UNDER: 224.5 points
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The Philadelphia 76ers looked like a mess in the first two quarters of this series. Trae Young had 25 points and seven assists. The Hawks had a 74-54 lead. And the Sixers? They looked like a team that had run into a disaster of a matchup.

Things have changed since then.

In the last six quarters, as Ben Simmons has completely taken over the role of Trae Young stopper, Young is 9-26 from the floor and 1-11 from three. And during that time, Joel Embiid has really started to take things over. He’s been utterly dominant while he’s been on the floor in the playoffs, and the Hawks just don’t have anyone that can be an answer to slow him down.

Beyond that, Philly has won the battle of the role players since the first half of Game 1. Shake Milton was awesome down the stretch of Game 2. Seth Curry has been the second-leading scorer for the Sixers in the series. When you combine that with the fact that Philly’s defense has really risen to the challenge, it’s hard not to back the Sixers in a game where the pressure is solely on them.


Game 1: Hawks, 128-124
Game 2: 76ers, 118-102
Game 3: 76ers at Hawks. Friday, June 11. 7:30 p.m. ET
Game 4: 76ers at Hawks, Monday, June 14. 7:30 p.m. ET
Game 5: Hawks at 76ers. Wednesday, June 16. TBD.
Game 6*: 76ers at Hawks. Friday, June 18. TBD
Game 7*: Hawks at 76ers. Sunday, June 20. TBD