Bet On Memphis Grizzlies 2019

It’s likely that you will have the opportunity of Memphis Grizzlies betting very soon.

Legislation has been passed. Once officially signed off, it will instigate the arrival of Tennessee sports betting.

Memphis Grizzlies Betting

Memphis Grizzlies Betting Preview

The 2018/2019 season was a disappointing one for the Grizzlies. They ending the campaign with a losing record and missing out on a playoff spot. Memphis fans were disappointed as the season petered out.

Losing Marc Gasol hasn’t helped, either. For next season, a lot depends on who Memphis Grizzlies can recruit in the Draft. There is a need for huge improvement, or another discouraging campaign awaits.

So, what does this mean for Memphis Grizzlies betting? They’re an inconsistent side, meaning betting on a side to win in a Grizzlies game is difficult to get right. Outright betting may be a better choice, with markets such as Grizzlies To Make The Playoffs or Overall Win Percentage likely to be available.

After finishing overall 12th in the Western Conference, reaching the playoffs next year will take a huge amount of work. Memphis did improve on their record from the previous season, though. It might be a good idea to refrain from betting on Memphis Grizzlies until the season is well underway. That way you can get a better feel for their progress.

Tennessee betting

There are only regulations in place for sports betting apps and online betting to be introduced. There are no plans, nor is there any legislation approved, for physical sportsbooks as yet.

The Tennessee Lottery will be overseeing sports betting in the State, and there is talk the first sports betting app will be released late in 2019. This means you don’t have to wait too long until you can start betting on the Memphis Grizzlies or other teams such as the Nashville Predators.

Any operator is welcome to apply for licences, and there is no limit to the number of licences that can be awarded. We’re not sure which Sportsbooks will move into Tennessee betting territory, but we’ll keep you posted.