NBA Finals MVP Odds 2022: Where Do Jaylen Brown, Steph Curry Stand?

Written By Nate Weitzer on June 14, 2022
NBA Finals MVP odds

Here we will look at NBA Finals MVP odds for the 2022 championship series between the Boston Celtics and the Golden State Warriors.

NBA Finals MVP odds

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NBA Finals MVP odds

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Steph Curry
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Steph Curry (-360): Becoming the first player in Finals history to drop 43 points with 10 rebounds and seven 3-pointers gave Curry such a huge lead that his relative dud in Game 5 (16 points, 8 assist, 7-22 FG, 0-9 from 3) didn’t ding his MVP odds. In fact, he jumped from -160 to -360 with the Warriors taking a vital 3-2 lead. Andrew Wiggins is his only competition to win the award if Golden State wraps up its fourth title since 2015.

Jayson Tatum (+400): Tatum began to take over Game 5 in the third quarter with three 3-pointers, but he struggled in the fourth quarter yet again with 5 points on 1-for-5 FG shooting to post a -15 plus/minus rating. The Celtics are looking for their young leader to light the path and Tatum hasn’t carried the torch consistently in this series.

The Contenders

Jaylen Brown (+1800): With his teammates hesitating early in Game 5, Brown tried to put the Celtics on his back once again. This time his shots weren’t falling, as he went 2-for-10 from the field in the first half and 5-for-18 for the game with 5 turnovers and an 81.6 offensive rating.

Andrew Wiggins (+2000): Wiggins was spectacular in Game 4 with a career-high 16 rebounds to go along with 17 points, and he followed that up with a huge 26-point, 13-rebound performance on a 27.2% usage rate in Game 5 with Boston face-guarding Curry throughout much of the game.

Marcus Smart (+11000): Smart is averaging 20.7 PPG, 4.7 RPG, and 4 APG over his last three outings in these Finals, but he’s shooting 38% from the field in the fourth quarter and the Celtics are 1-2 in those contests. His defense on Curry improved considerably in Game 5.

Klay Thompson (+13000): After shooting 30% from the floor over the first two games of the Finals, Klay is shooting 44% from the field and 41% from deep while averaging 21.3 PPG over the last three games.

Draymond Green (+25000): Green has set the tone with his defense over the Warriors’ last two wins and he contributed offensively with 8 points and 6 assists in Game 5.

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