Favorite Teams In The NBA Odds For New Season


Each NBA season comes with new twists, transfers, and team form that dictates the results for each match and possibly the NBA Championship Winner. Even though we are still early in the season, many predictions start to circle around lowering the odds for some of the NBA favorites.

It is important to consider that the odds change based on how people bet, so this is not something definite. Favorites can change based on their results and all the things that are happening in the league.

Let’s go through some of the favorites for this season and see who has the best chance so far of winning the NBA Championship.

Brooklyn Nets

In terms of most realistic odds, the Brooklyn Nets are right on the money. With that said, you aren’t getting much bang for your buck since the odds are pretty small with only +250 or 9/4. However, this is the most realistic prediction since the team is looking healthy at the moment and most people expect them to be in the NBA Finals this season.

Last season, the ultimate trio of Kevin Durant, Kyrie Irving, and James Harden played only eight regular-season games altogether and still placed second in the East. It is important to mention that last year both Irving and Harden missed quite a few games due to injuries.

This isn’t the bet that will win you a lot of money, but it will be the safest bet if the Nets continue to dominate as most people think they might.

However, be aware that Kyrie Irving might be away from home games, as he has resisted vaccination. If you think that Kyrie’s stubbornness will diminish the Nets chances, look below for better options.

Los Angeles Lakers

The second most favorite team for winning the NBA Championship is Los Angeles Lakers, at least according to the odds. Just like the Nets, you cannot expect to get a lot of money by betting on the Lakers with only +375 or 10/3 but it is hard to ignore the astonishing team that has been assembled on the West Coast.

With talented individuals like LeBron James, Anthony Davis, and Russel Westbrook, you cannot expect anything less than winning the championship. However, the big question will be the health status of most athletes. They shouldn’t have too many problems making it to the playoffs, and if they make it there with a healthy roster, they stand a good chance of winning.

Milwaukee Bucks

Does the team have enough to repeat the end result of last season? Well, they will enter the new season with not too many changes in the roaster and the four pillars of Bucks’  such as Giannis Antetokounmpo, Brook Lopez, Khris Middleton, and Jrue Holiday still in top form.

With this roaster, the Bucks have a great chance of reaching the top two or three in the Eastern Conference.

They started the season with some great odds from the bookmakers for winning the NBA Championship but after a few losses, they dropped to the third most favorite team in terms of betting odds with +900 or 17/2.

It seems like it will all come down to the health status of the athletes from the top three favorites and whichever team continues with the same pace has the best chance of winning the championship.

Golden State Warriors

The Golden State Warriors share pretty much the same odds as the Milwaukee Bucks, but most people are convinced that this will be their season. After a hectic 2020-21 NBA season for them, the hope for most fans is that they will be able to return as champions.

During the 2021 NBA Draft, they added a couple of big names in their lineup, such as Andre Iguodala, Nemanja Bjelica, and Otto Porter Jr. in free agency. On top of that, we have the return of Klay Thompson who missed the entire 2020-21 season due to an injury.

All of these facts suggest that the Warriors get a decent chance of winning the 2021-22 NBA Championship.

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