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Phoenix Suns 2021-22 Season
It's been a long time since the Suns made the playoffs, and even longer since the heyday of prime Charles Barkley in the 1990s. But Chris Paul, Devin Booker, and Co. put together an incredible season in 2020-21, vaulting the Suns to 51 wins, a Pacific Division title and an NBA Finals appearance.
The Suns have picked up where they left off, entering the 2021-22 All-Star break in first place in the West and the best record in the NBA. Take a look all the info on the Suns, including their odds, depth chart, injuries, and much more.
Betting on the Phoenix Suns
The Suns are one of the favorites to for the 2022 NBA Championship. It's likely they will be a good team to back with wagers for the rest of the year. Here are a few bet options to consider.
- Point Spread
- Future Odds
Spread bets are quite fun since it can come down to the last possession so often, but that also means they can be tough to predict. If you're looking for a bet just on which team will win the game, that's called a moneyline bet.
Let's take another example game:
- Phoenix Suns -150
- Los Angeles Lakers +130
In this example, the Suns again are the favorites. Think of moneyline like bets to win or get $100. On the Suns as a favorite, you'd have to bet $150 to win $100 at those -150 odds. For the Lakers side, if you bet $100 then you'd win $130 since they're underdogs.
Few were expecting the Suns to be quite that good in the 2020-21 season, and for that reason they were regularly undervalued by the betting market. Now we know what they’re made of, and yet, their against-the-spread (ATS) record is still a strong 32-26 – good for a Top 10 spot in the NBA.
If you're unfamiliar, a spread bet is a common type of wager in which bettors can speculate on the margin of victory in a game. Take the example below:
- Phoenix Suns (-2.5)
- Golden State Warriors (+2.5)
Let's say the Suns were 2.5-point favorites against the Warriors, which is what the above odds say. You can tell Phoenix is the favorite by the minus sign. In this case, a bet on the Suns spread would cash if they won by three or more points. In contrast, a Warriors bet would cash if they won outright or simply lost by just one or two points.
The Suns in the 2020-21 season were also highly profitable to bettors of the over/under or total bet, which is a wager type on how many points will be scored by both teams. This season so far has seen the Suns go even at 29-29 on the over.
Say, for example, that the Suns visited the Los Angeles Clippers and the oddsmakers set the total at 230 points. An over bettor would win if the teams combined for 231 or more points; an under bettor would win at 229 or fewer. If it finished at exactly 230, then it would be deemed a push and both sides would be refunded their bet.
Suns Prop Bets
The NBA is a player-driven league, and there are fewer more exciting players than Devin Booker, Chris Paul and Deandre Ayton. If you want to bet specifically on them to do something in a game, that's called a player prop bet. For example, a few Suns props include Booker to score over/under 25.5 points, CP3 to record a double-double, and more.
Suns Future Odds
Expectations are high in Los Angeles with Chris Paul and Devin Booker on the team, which means bettors will have to shop for the best line to get good odds on Suns futures bets. Futures are bets that focus on long term outcomes, like the Suns to make the playoffs , win the Pacific Division, win the Western Conference, win the NBA Finals, or even individual awards like Paul or Booker winning league MVP.
How to Bet on the Phoenix Suns
Sports betting is legal and live in the state of Arizona. Bettors have the option to bet in-person or online for their favorite teams like Arizona. Take a look at our Arizona sports betting page to learn more about sports betting in the state and opportunities to wager on Arizona.
Phoenix Suns & FanDuel
The Phoenix Suns have partnered with FanDuel to create a luxury sportsbook experience in the Footprint Arena. The in-arena sportsbook was completed by the beginning of the 2021-22 NBA season. There are 25 betting kiosks, five betting windows and one VIP window already set up and accessible seven days a week. You do not need a game ticket to enter the arena and place a wager.
To learn more about FanDuel, read our sportsbook review.