The gold medal odds for the men's basketball at the Olympic Games are out! The U.S. team is far ahead, Australia is second to Iran
On July 14, the US men's basketball team defeated Argentina and finally ushered in its first victory in the Olympic warm-up match. This year's Olympic men's basketball gold medal odds have also been released. The American men's basketball team is still the biggest favorite, and the advantages are very obvious. The Australian team, which beat the US men's basketball team in the warm-up match, is second in the odds.
The gold medal odds of the American men's basketball team is -625, which not only ranks first, but also has a gap with other teams. Although the first two warm-up games did not perform well, the strength of the US men's basketball team is still there, and the team led by Durant is still the gold medal favorite. They need time to get used to the FIBA basketball rules, and once the US team enters the state, it is still difficult for other teams to compete with them.
The Australian men's basketball team defeated the American team in the warm-up match. Their current gold medal odds are +1000. This team also has several NBA players, especially veteran Patty Mills, who is also the number one player in the international arena. The Australian men's basketball team has a tough style and has become the second favorite after the US men's basketball team.
Ranked third is the Spanish men's basketball team, which has not yet warmed up against the US men's basketball team. Their gold odds are +1200, only slightly behind the Australian men's basketball team. Spain's strength should not be underestimated, and the Gasol brothers will join forces to help Spain rush to the championship. Although this team is too old, it is also a team that has won the championship. In the 2019 Men's Basketball World Cup, Spain will win the final.
Ranked fourth is the French men's basketball team. The gold odds for this European powerhouse are +1600. Their lineup has 5 NBA players, namely Rudy Gobert (Jazz), Evan Fournier (Celtic), Nicholas Batum (Clippers), Frank Nellikina (Knicks) and Rwaou Cabaro (Nets).
Rankings 5-12 are Slovenia (+2200), Argentina (+3300), Nigeria (+4000), Italy (+5000), Germany (+8000), Czech Republic (+8000), Japan (+20000) And Iran (+25000). Iran is the least optimistic team, the gold medal odds are the bottom.