Cleveland Cavaliers Odds
Betting against the Cavs may have been the thing to do after LeBron James left, but they’ve started to become betting favorites again led by all-stars Donovan Mitchell, Darius Garland, Jarrett Allen and revolutionary big man Evan Mobley.
At Ohio online sportsbooks you’ll have all the Cavs odds you can handle, from NBA Finals futures to how many blocks Mobley has in a quarter. Check the latest Cleveland Cavaliers lines and odds below, direct from Ohio online sportsbooks.
Tonight’s Cavaliers odds
Check the latest odds for tonight’s Cavs game below, including tonight’s Cavaliers spread, moneyline and totals. Click on any odds to claim your sports betting bonus and get started.
Cavs NBA finals, East odds
Below see current Cavs futures odds including Cavs playoff odds, Eastern Conference odds and Finals odds:
Evan Mobley prop odds
Check the latest NBA Awards odds and game props for Mobley below. Click on any odds to go right to the sportsbook and get started.
How to bet on the Cavaliers in Ohio
Betting on or against the Cavaliers with Ohio sportsbook sites will be a simple process. It’ll start with signing up for an account with a sportsbook that is legal and regulated in Ohio. After that, you’ll be able to easily browse through the Cavs betting lines, click on a bet, and fill out a bet slip.
Here’s how the sign-up process will work:
- Click on the ‘Sign Up’ or ‘Register’ button on the sportsbook’s website or its mobile app
- Fill out all required information on the registration form, including the sportsbook promo/bonus code
- Accept all terms and conditions and submit your form for review
Cavaliers game line basics
When it comes to betting on the Cavaliers or any other NBA team, you’re going to be presented with odds listings that look similar to this on betting apps, such as the BetMGM Sportsbook app or DraftKings mobile app:
|Milwaukee Bucks||-150||-3.5 (-110)||Over 210.5 (-110)|
|Cleveland Cavaliers||+140||+3.5 (-110)||Under 215.5 (-110)|
The standard set of Bucks/Cavaliers game lines above make Milwaukee slight favorites, The Cavaliers moneyline odds have them as +140 underdogs, which means betting $100 to win $140, plus your bet back if the Cavs win outright. The flipside of that is the Bucks as -150 moneyline favorites, which means betting $150 to win $100, plus your bet back if the Bucks win outright.
The Cavs are also +3.5 spread underdogs, which means you can bet on Cleveland winning the game outright or losing by three points or less. You can also bet on the Bucks winning by four or more. Both spread bets are at -110 odds, which means betting $110 to win $100, plus your bet back.
Finally, there’s a 210.5 totals line. The under wins if the final score adds up to 210 or less and the over wins if it adds up to 211 or more. Both bets are also at -110 odds, which means betting $110 to win $100, plus your bet back.
Cavaliers Championship, Eastern Conference futures odds
Cavaliers futures allow you to bet on the Cavaliers’ season. That might mean winning more or less than a specific number of games, winning the Eastern Conference Championship, or even the NBA Finals.
Most futures bets are available throughout the year at odds that change with the team’s chances. That often means the earlier the bet, the better the odds. Once a team proves itself a true contender for the NBA title, the odds contract significantly.
The Cavaliers might have opened at +5000 odds to win the NBA Finals but late in the season, with the team contending for a playoff spot, the odds would be closer to +2000. Even a team like the NBA Champion Bucks might have opened at +1500 with the odds dropping to +500 or less as the playoffs neared.
Cavaliers live betting odds
Once Ohio legalizes and regulates sports betting, you’ll be able bet on live Cavaliers games while you watch. It is mostly betting on the same sports lines available before the game, but new betting opportunities also present themselves with in-play betting.
Live odds are always changing and changing fast, so sportsbook apps are the best way for you to keep up with the latest Cavaliers betting odds.
Brief Cavaliers history
The Cleveland Cavaliers joined the NBA as an expansion team in 1970. They went from the Cleveland Arena to the Richfield Coliseum and moved into their current home at Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse in downtown Cleveland in 1994. Quicken Loans businessman and investor Dan Gilbert bought the team in 2005 and remains the owner.
The Cavaliers were perennial playoff contenders in the 1980s and 1990s, led by stars Mark Price and Brad Daugherty. However, the team fell on hard times as the 2000s began. The Cavs were able to get local Ohio high-school star LeBron James with the first pick in the 2003 NBA Draft, changing the course of the franchise forever.
They selected James. Behind James and Zydrunas Ilgauskas, the Cavaliers again became a regular playoff contender by 2005. The Cavs made the franchise’s first NBA Finals appearance in 2007 but failed to get back there again before James made the free-agent decision to sign with the Miami Heat in 2010. Hard times came to Cleveland again before they could get young star Kyrie Irving in the 2011 draft.
James returned in 2014 and alongside Irving led the Cavs to four straight NBA Finals appearances, including the team’s first NBA Championship in 2016.
Cavaliers betting partners
Caesars Entertainment is the “Official Casino Partner” of the Cavaliers and has been since February 2022. Once it lands in Ohio, Caesars Sportsbook will be the team’s “Official Sports Betting Partner” as well. There are Caesars-owned properties in Columbus and Toledo.
The Caesars/Cavs deal includes plans to build a retail sportsbook on the street level inside the northwest atrium area of Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse.
Cavaliers radio and TV
Cavaliers games air on Bally Sports Ohio with John Michael on play-by-play and Cavs legend Austin Carr as color analyst. The broadcast is available online via the Bally Sports app. Games are also on the radio via the 28-station First Energy Cavaliers Radio Network including flagship stations WTAM 1100 and WMMS FM 100.7.
10 Cavs facts
- Forbes Team Value: $1.65 billion
- Paid: Owner Dan Gilbert paid $375 million for the Cavs in 2005
- Championship Years: 2016
- Home Arena/Capacity: Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse (Since 1994)/19,432
- Retired Numbers: 7 Bingo Smith, 11 Zydrunas Ilgauskas, 22 Larry Nance, 25 Mark Price, 34 Austin Carr, 42 Nate Thurmond, 43 Brad Daugherty
- First Overall Picks: 1971 Austin Carr, 1986 Brad Daugherty, 2003 LeBron James, 2011 Kyrie Irving, 2013 Anthony Bennett, 2014 Andrew Wiggins
- Points Per Game Career Leader: LeBron James 27.2
- 3-Pt Field Goal % Career Leader: Steve Kerr .472
- Career Blocks Leader: Blocks: Zydrunas Ilgauskas 1269
- Total Games, Minutes, Points, Rebounds, Assists, Steals, Free Throws, and 3-Pt Field Goal Career Leader: LeBron James