Check Out The NBA Playoffs Promotion At BetMGM West Virginia

Written By Chris Imperiale on May 20, 2022 - Last Updated on May 28, 2022
BetMGM features a great promo for NBA fans in WV

NBA fans in the Mountain State have another way to cash in on a great deal. For those who don’t already use BetMGM Sportsbook WV, the operator has a promotion available to utilize during the ongoing NBA playoffs.

New customers receive $200 for free, after placing a qualifying bet of only $10. The online sportsbook rewards new users with the bonus if either team in their NBA wager hits just one three-pointer. The bonus funds come in the form of four $50 free bets.

If you’ve seen the NBA at all recently, you’d know that most teams are attempting more shots from beyond the arc than ever. You’ll need one of these to hit to cash in on the $200 from BetMGM.

Two series are remaining to bet on in the NBA postseason at the moment, as each conference final is just underway. With the NBA Finals just around the corner, now is a great time to earn some sizable free bets.

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All new bettors to BetMGM can access this promo today. There’s no promo code needed; just click the link above.

After creating an account and depositing at least $10, you then need to gamble on one of the four NBA teams’ moneyline odds. Once your $10 bet is in, a successful triple from any player on either team nets you the $200 in bonuses.

As mentioned, this would take something miraculous to not happen. In Game 1 of the Western Conference Finals, the Dallas Mavericks put up 48 shots from three.

While that might not happen again, you certainly don’t need that much volume. Overall, the Mavs and Warriors combined for 21 three-pointers, while the series in the East coincidentally provided the same in its opening matchup.

The outcome of your bet doesn’t affect the bonus in any way. It does still count as a normal bet, however, so you can collect normal cash winnings if you’re victorious. This money will end up in your account as cash that you can utilize as you please.

BetMGM’s bonus funds come as separate free bets worth $50 apiece.

This is beneficial for bettors, as you don’t need to put everything on one market. With four different opportunities, you’re much more likely to secure some of the bonus.

It should be noted that customers who claim this promo from the online sportsbook can’t also use its risk-free bet welcome offer.

NBA Conference Finals odds at BetMGM

Both series remaining appear as if they’ll take a while to decide.

In the East, the Miami Heat hold a 1-0 advantage over the Boston Celtics, with the next tilt scheduled for Thursday night. The Heat is looking to get another win on its home floor, knowing it will be difficult to do so in Boston.

Despite owning the slight advantage with the one game down, Miami is only slightly favored to take the series. BetMGM shows it at -130 to move on, compared to the Celtics with odds of +110.

As always, injuries are playing a massive role in this series. Miami played without point guard Kyle Lowry, whereas both Marcus Smart and Al Horford missed the opener for Boston.

The Western Conference showdown is similar on the court but not at West Virginia sportsbooks.

Golden State also grabbed an early lead by taking Game 1 at home. The Warriors saw balanced scoring on the offensive end, along with a great showing on defense.

They limited star Luka Doncic to 20 points on 33% shooting in the first contest.

Even though Dallas just eliminated the top-seeded Suns, BetMGM shows it as a heavy underdog right now. Bettors can put some action down on the Mavs to win the conference at +350. The online sportsbook lists the Warriors with odds of -450.

Although it might seem like the Warriors are en route to coast, Suns backers thought the same thing. Phoenix won the first two in its series with Dallas, before losing four of the next five.

A lot can happen in the NBA playoffs, so there is definitely still some value left with the Mavs.

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Chris Imperiale covers sports betting and the online casino industries. He has a journalism degree from Rutgers University and was formerly on staff at Bleacher Report.

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