2017 NBA Draft Odds & Prop Bets

The 2017 NBA Draft takes place tonight.

College basketball’s top prospects will be learning throughout the night where they will begin their professional careers and the folks in Las Vegas want to get in on the action.

While the NBA Draft brings excitement and unpredictability in itself, there’s some additional fun to be had if you place wagers on the action.

From where players will land to how many players each college will have selected, there are plenty of intriguing bets to be made. Will Lonzo Ball slip past the Lakers? Will Duke have the most players selected? How many one-and-done players will hear their names called?

The betting odds for the 2017 NBA Draft can be seen below, via 5Dimes.eu.

2017 NBA Draft Prop Bets

Draft Position Over/Under

Player O/U Draft Position
Lonzo Ball 2.5
Josh Jackson 3.5
De’Aaron Fox 4.5
Jayson Tatum 4.5
Jonathan Isaac 6.5
Lauri Markkanen 7.5
Malik Monk 7.5
Dennis Smith Jr. 8.5
Frank Ntilikina 9.5
Luke Kennard 12.5
Harry Giles 15.5
Justin Jackson 19.5
Caleb Swanigan 32.5
Sindarius Thornwell 38.5
Josh Hart 40.5
Frank Mason III 49.5

College Selection Overall Players Drafted Over/Under

College O/U Players Drafted
Duke 3.5
Kentucky 2.5
UCLA 2.5
Oregon 2.5
Gonzaga 1.5
Kansas 1.5

Order of Top 3 Picks

1. Markelle Fultz 2. Lonzo Ball 3. Josh Jackson -170
Field (any other order) +130

Number of freshmen drafted in Round 1

Over 16.5 (+115)
Under 16.5 (-145)

Number of juniors drafted in Round 1

Over 2.5 (+105)
Under 2.5 (-135)

Number of seniors drafted in Round 1

Over .5 (-150)
Under .5 (+120)

Number of sophomores drafted in Round 1

Over 6.5 (-105)
Under 6.5 (-125)

Number of internationals drafted in Round 1

Over 4 (+130)
Under 4 (-160)

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