DraftKings Ohio Promo Code: $1,250 Bonus for NBA This Week

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The DraftKings Ohio promo code allows up to $1,250 in bonuses for the Cleveland Cavaliers game and all NBA games this week. You can claim with any DraftKing Ohio promo code link on the page.

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Get Up to $1,250 at DraftKings Sportsbook Ohio!

Ohio rang in the new year with the launch of legal sports betting. DraftKings Sportsbook is now taking wagers in the state and offering new users a chance to redeem up to $1,250 by signing up below.

The Cleveland Cavaliers host the Phoenix Suns tonight, which you can bet on at DraftKings. Read on for more details.

DraftKings Ohio promo code for NBA

You don’t need a code; sign up via a link on this page. DraftKings Sportsbook will match your first deposit at a rate of 20% for a bonus of up to $1,000 along with a bonus bet of $50 with a first deposit of at least $5. For example, if you make a first deposit of $50, DraftKings will match it with $10 along with a $50 bonus bet.

The above bonus is available to you along with a chance to redeem another $200 in bonus bets when you place a first wager of at least $5, whether that wager wins or loses. The promotion takes the form of eight bonus bets for $25 each.

You can sign up here to redeem these promotions.

DraftKings Sportsbook NBA schedule

DraftKings Ohio is taking wagers on all NBA games this week. Here is the NBA slate for Wednesday

DraftKings Ohio preview: Phoenix Suns at Cleveland Cavaliers

The Cavaliers are 4.5-point home favorites over the Suns at DraftKings. Moneyline odds for this game have the Cavs as -190 favorites and the Suns as +160 underdogs.

The Cavs are coming off a historic win over the Chicago Bulls where Donovan Mitchell notched a franchise-record 71 points, the most by anyone in an NBA game since Kobe Bryant’s 81 points in 2006. The Cavs’ 24-14 record puts them narrowly behind the Milwaukee Bucks in the Central Division.

The Suns, on the other hand, will be looking to snap a three-game losing streak. The team is 1-4 since Devin Booker’s groin injury early in a game on Dec. 25. He is out for at least four weeks. Phoenix has lost six of its last seven games and fallen to 20-18 on the year.

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