Nets-Bucks Game 6 odds

The Nets can clinch a spot in the Eastern Conference Finals with a Thursday night win, and is proud to provide a wide variety of Nets-Bucks Game 6 odds, props, teasers, boosts and series odds for June 17. You can wager on your favorite sport at BetRivers sportsbook in Illinois. The Nets looked to be in bad shape entering Game 5, with Kyrie Irving sidelined and James Harden at less than 100-percent. The Bucks raced out to a 14-point lead in the first half, but Kevin Durant’s sensational second-half performance willed the Nets to a Game 5 win and a chance to end the series Thursday night.

Longtime basketball writer Rob Dauster, the co-founder of The Field of 68 Podcast Network is here to provide his thoughts on the Nets-Bucks Game 6 odds and drops knowledge on the best bets worth a wager at

Before getting to the Nets-Bucks Game 6 odds, here is a look at the Nets-Bucks series outcome odds.

  • To Advance: Nets -235, Bucks +185
  • Nets 4-2 (+170), Nets 4-3 (+190)
  • Bucks 4-3 (+175)
How the odds to advance have changed throughout the series.
Before Gm1: Nets -200, Bucks +190
Before Gm2: Nets -220, Bucks +175
Before Gm3: Nets -530, Bucks +250
Before Gm4: Nets -370, Bucks +200
Before Gm5: Nets +150, Bucks -186
Before Gm6: Nets -235, Bucks +185


GAME 6: Thursday, June 17. 8:30 p.m. ET. ESPN
MONEYLINE: Bucks -210 ML, Nets +175 ML
SPREAD: Bucks -5.5
OVER/UNDER: 220 points
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Kevin Durant’s Game 5 performance was one of the best playoff performances you’re ever going to see. He finished with 49 points, 17 boards and 10 assists on just 23 field goal attempts. He played every second of the game. He had 30 points in the final 18 minutes, and he assisted four of the eight Brooklyn field goals that stretch that he did not score himself. He led Brooklyn to a win despite the fact that James Harden was playing as if he had shown up at the arena after hitting Happy Hour.

It took the best game that Kevin Durant has ever played — and a miracle resurgence from Jeff Green — for the Nets to win at home by a possession in a series where home teams have dominated.

That’s not exactly a promising sign for the Nets.

In fact, I’d go as far as to say that Brooklyn has taken control of this series because Milwaukee has given it away as much as the Nets have earned it. At some point, you have to figure that all the shots the Bucks are missing now, the shots that they were hitting all season long, will eventually start dropping again. I mean, we spent this entire NBA season laughing about how bad the Nets are defensively, and suddenly they’re holding the Bucks to 98.8 points per game?

The answer for every game in this series has been the home team. I don’t expect that to change, not when James Harden and Kyrie Irving are just as injured today as they were on Tuesday. And if that means I lose a bet when Kevin Durant puts together another perfect game, then so be it.


Game 1: Nets, 115-107
Game 2: Nets, 128-86
Game 3: Bucks, 86-83
Game 4: Bucks, 107-96
Game 5: Nets, 114-108)
Game 6: Nets at Bucks. Thursday, June 17. 8:30 p.m. ET (ESPN)
Game 7*: Bucks at Nets. Saturday, June 19. TBD. (TNT)