One of the unique Super Bowl wagers offered at the Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook is “Who Will Have More?” The concept is simple: take a sport that isn’t football, and then make a proposition bet between that and something that will happen in the Super Bowl.

Kemba Walker Westgate “Who Will Have More” prop bets
Boston Celtics’ Kemba Walker is part of the Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook’s “Who Will Have More” Super Bowl prop bets. (Image: Getty)

For example, “Who Will Have More?” points by Houston Rocket’s Russell Westbrook in their Sunday game with New Orleans, or first half points in the Super Bowl. The odds ore -110 for both sides, but Westbrook has to give away a half-point.

The Westgate has 90 of these bets across every conceivable sport. The other three major professional sports organizations are represented, as is college basketball, golf, boxing, tennis and the Premier League Soccer.

Below is a sampling of some of the more interesting variations on these unique bets. All of the games are on Sunday, unless otherwise specified.

Take Your Pick: Who Will Have More?

Soccer

  • Arsenal Goals vs. Burnley (+110)
  • First Half Field Goals Made (-130)

Hockey

  • Alex Ovechkin Shots on Goal vs. Pittsburgh -1.5 (-170)
  • Patrick Mahomes (+145) Touchdown Passes

Boxing

  • Completed Rounds in Wilder-Fury (-110)
  • Distance of first Jimmy Garoppolo TD Pass -1.5 (-110)

Tennis

  • Completed Sets (-110) in Australian Open Men’s Finals
  • Travis Kelce Receptions -2.5 (-110)

Golf

  • Phil Mickelson Bogeys or Worse (+130)
  • Tyreek Hill Receptions -2.5 (-150)

NCAA Hoops

  • UCLA Points vs. Utah -12.5 (-110)
  • Damien Williams Rushing Yards (-110)

NBA Hoops

  • Kemba Walker Points vs. Sixers (-110)
  • San Francisco Points -3.5 (-110)

Baseball

  • New York Yankees 2020 Wins (-110)
  • Total Yardage of All SB 54 TDs -1.5 (-110)

NFL Futures

  • Las Vegas Raiders 2020 Wins (+170)
  • KC Harrison Butker Field Goals -0.5 (-200)

A lot of creativity goes into making these Westgate “Who Will Have More?” prop bets, and you can tell they’ve been carefully thought out.

Take your pick. These sports betting games are fun. In some of the double-minus-110s, the house edge seems all too clear. But in a few spots, the oddsmakers seem somewhat disconnected.

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