How to get the best bet in NBA betting

The NBA’s biggest bet of the year could be on Monday.

If the Nets can win their final three games of the season and end the season without a loss, they could win the lottery and land the top pick in next year’s draft.

The Nets’ best bet is a big win over the Warriors on Friday night.

NBA betting website Sportsbook.com reported the Nets could land the first overall pick if they defeat the Bulls, but the odds are against them doing that.

The odds for the Nets to win the draft lottery are around 1 in 6, according to Sportsbook’s OddsShark.

That is the same odds the Nets have in the last five seasons.

This is what you need to know heading into the NBA Draft:Who is the top NBA Draft prospect?

The Nets are in position to take one of the top prospects in this year’s class, but it is not the only way they could do it.

In addition to the lottery, there is also a shot at getting a top-five pick in the draft.

Here are the top 10 prospects in the class.1.

Trey Lyles, SG, Kentucky: The 6-foot-9 forward averaged 17.8 points and 5.4 rebounds in 23.8 minutes per game this season for the Wildcats.

Lyles is a good athlete who can guard multiple positions.

Lylers is ranked as the No. 8 overall player in the 2019 class and is expected to be the top choice.

2.

Malik Monk, SG/SF, Kentucky (2017): The 6.5-10 guard averaged 16.4 points, 6.6 rebounds and 2.4 blocks in 29.4 minutes per contest for Kentucky this season.

Monk is a high-energy player who can shoot the three-point shot.

Monk will be a major part of the Wildcats’ future success.3.

Malik McDowell, SF/PF, Missouri: The 5-10 forward averaged 15.2 points and 4.7 rebounds in 27.2 minutes per outing for Missouri this season, making him a threat at the four spot.

He is a better athlete than Monk.4.

D’Angelo Russell, PF/C, Kentucky, (2017-19): The 5.9-9 guard averaged 11.8 rebounds and 3.4 assists in 24.7 minutes per session for Kentucky last season.

He was an excellent rebounder and was also a terrific passer for Kentucky.

5.

Markelle Fultz, PF, Washington (2017),(2017): Fultz has a great skill set, which will allow him to fit into a lot of teams.

Fultz averaged 17 points and six assists in 25.4 mins per game for Washington this season and was a big reason why the Huskies won the Pac-12 South title.

He also averaged 7.6 points and 7.4 boards in the conference tournament.6.

Jahlil Okafor, PF (2017)The 6-8 guard averaged 15 points and 6.4 steals in 21.6 minutes per tournament game for the Hawks this season before transferring to Washington.

Oka for the first time has a high ceiling.7.

Dwayne Bacon, PF , North Carolina, (2018)The 5-9 power forward averaged 12.6 Points, 5.7 assists and 3 steals in 23 minutes per frame for North Carolina this season after spending most of the 2016-17 season with the Tar Heels.

Bacon had an up-and-down freshman season.8.

D.J. Augustin, PG/SG, Washington State, (2015-16): Augustin is a versatile big man who can play either guard spot.

His skills are on display in the preseason.

He shot a combined 43.9 percent from the field, 39.4 percent from three and 35.3 percent from beyond the arc during the preseason for Washington State.9.

Ben Bentil, PG, Florida, (2019): Bentil is a solid rebounder who can hit three-pointers, while his length is a plus on the glass.

He averaged 16 points and five rebounds in 29 minutes per night for Florida this season as a freshman.10.

Josh Jackson, PG (2018-19),(2019): Jackson is an NBA-caliber player with elite size.

He had an excellent freshman season, averaging 18.3 points and 8.4 turnovers.

He will be an interesting addition to a team looking to find a scoring option in the middle of the floor.