For the latest Bovada specials, oddsmakers have released their up-to-date foul odds for Los Angeles Lakers forward LeBron James and Detroit Pistons center Isaiah Stewart. On Sunday, Nov. 28, the Pistons will face off against the Lakers in a rematch at Staples Center. The game begins at 9:30 p.m. ET. Last Sunday, Los Angeles defeated Detroit 121-116 at Little Caesars Arena.
However, the improbable top story after the contest was James elbowing Stewart in the face, after Jerami Grant’s second free throw attempt in the third quarter. The physical altercation caused both benches to clear. After the incident, the Lakers’ forward received a flagrant 2 foul, and the players were immediately ejected.
The seventeen-time All-Star was also issued a one-game suspension. Furthermore, Stewart was given a two-game suspension for aggressively pursuing James. Ahead of the Pistons-Lakers rematch, Bovada oddsmakers have calculated precise foul odds for James and Stewart.
Nov. 28, 2021 – Pistons vs. Lakers – Bovada Specials
Shown above, LeBron James possesses -225 favorable odds of receiving two personal fouls. Likewise, Isaiah Stewart has -115 odds of ending his performance with at least three personal fouls. For a reminder, both players have to play in order for wagers to count. And, the cut-off time for this bet is Sunday, Nov. 28 at 9:30 p.m. ET. To view all the available Bovada NBA specials, click here.
Needless to say, it is unlikely that either Stewart or James will be ejected this time around. Though, Stewart has +2000 odds of not playing a full game. If a player is forced to leave, the odds are higher for Stewart. How about both players receiving technical fouls at the same time? The odds of that aforementioned scenario are +1600.
Additionally, James is averaging 22.8 points, 5.0 rebounds and 6.1 assists per game this season. The nineteen-year veteran is shooting 49% from the field and 35.6% from behind the arc as well. Keep in mind, the forward is averaging 2.3 personal fouls per game, too. One month into the season, the four-time MVP is more energetic on defense. The star has to stay healthy, knock on wood.
Meanwhile, in the 2021-22 regular season, Stewart is averaging 7.3 points, 7.1 rebounds and 1.1 assists. The sixteenth pick of the 2020 NBA Draft is currently shooting 54.5% from the floor and 11.1% from three-point range. Similar to King James, the center is averaging 2.4 personal fouls per game. Therefore, it is the most logical choice to pick LeBron to close out his performance with at least two foul calls. Other Bovada specials are on the main page.