NBA: Who Has The Best Odds To Win NBA Title?

NBA: Who Has The Best Odds To Win NBA Title?

Cole Paganelli
1 year ago
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Boston Celtics forward Jayson Tatum reacts after foul is called during game against Celtics

With less than 20 regular season games left, NBA teams are making their playoff stretch runs. Every game becomes much more critical now, as a loss could put a team in a spot they don’t want to be. Let’s look at the most updated odds of winning the NBA title.

Boston Celtics +300

The Celtics are second in the Eastern Conference, just 1.5 games behind the Milwaukee Bucks. With Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown leading the way, the Celtics have one of the best offenses in the league. The key to the Celtics playoff run will be Robert Williams. When Williams is on the floor, the Celtics are very good defensively.

Milwaukee Bucks +450

The Bucks, whose 16-game winning streak was snapped at home on Saturday by the Philadelphia 76ers, have great depth and can beat you in numerous ways. They are well-versed defensively and shoot the ball well from the arc. Giannis Antetokounmpo could be the most unstoppable force in the league.

Phoenix Suns +450

Now that Kevin Durant is back playing, the Suns will be gearing up for a playoff run. Even though the Suns gave up some key pieces to obtain Durant, this team will be dangerous in the playoffs. Chris Paul knows that time is running out for him to win a championship, so he’ll do all he can to help Durant and Devin Booker lead the Suns to an elusive NBA championship.

Denver Nuggets +600

The Nuggets are running away with the Western Conference, as they currently have a six-game lead over the Memphis Grizzlies for the top spot. Nikola Jokic is the leading candidate to win the league’s Most Valuable Player award again this season. With Michael Porter Jr. and Jamal Murray back in the fold, this team will be hard to beat in a seven-game series.

Philadelphia 76ers +1000

With a win at Milwaukee Saturday night, the Sixers showed everyone they would be a force to be reckoned with in the playoffs. Currently sitting in third place in the Western Conference standings, the combination of Joel Embiid and James Harden will be hard to stop in the playoffs. 

Embiid could be the most unguardable player in the league right now. When the Sixers play good defense, they are very good.

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