NBA Finals MVP Odds: Stephen Curry and Jayson Tatum Lead Field

Looking for 2022 NBA Finals MVP odds? You can find the full list for the Golden State Warriors and Boston Celtics here.

2022 NBA Finals MVP Odds

Odds as of Tuesday and via BetMGM 

Player Finals MVP Odds
Stephen Curry +110
Jayson Tatum +175
Jaylen Brown +1000
Klay Thompson +1400
Draymond Green +1400
Jordan Poole +2500
Marcus Smart +3000
Andrew Wiggins +4000
Kevon Looney +8000
Al Horford +10000
Derrick White +15000
Jonathan Kuminga +25000
Robert Williams +25000
Gary Payton II +50000
Moses Moody +50000
Nemanja Bjelica +50000

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The NBA Finals begin Thursday and the two inaugural winners of the Eastern and Western Conference championship MVP trophies are the favorites to win Finals MVP.

Stephen Curry, who leads the Golden State Warriors in scoring for the postseason, opened as a +110 favorite to win the award at BetMGM. Curry has come up short in his three previous Finals wins — Andre Iguodala won in 2015, and Kevin Durant won in 2017 and 2018.

Jayson Tatum, who also leads his Boston Celtics in scoring in the playoffs, is just behind Curry on the board at +175. The drop off from the two superstars to the second tier stars is steep. Jaylen Brown is listed at 10-1 to win Finals MVP entering Game 1 while Klay Thompson and Draymond Green both have 14-1 odds to take home the Bill Russell trophy.

In the next tier, key players who have come up big throughout the playoffs for both teams are all longshots to win: Jordan Poole (25-1), Marcus Smart (30-1), Andrew Wiggins (40-1) and Al Horford (100-1).

It’s not out of the realm of possibility for those players to take home the hardware if their team does get the win. In the past 20 seasons, three players — Chauncey Billups (2004), Kawhi Leonard (2014) and Iguodala (2015) — won Finals MVP despite not leading their team in scoring.