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2023 NBA Championship Odds

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It’s time to turn our attention back to the NBA after the most thrilling NCAA Tournament we’ve ever seen. For the first time ever, there were zero No. 1 seeds in the Elite Eight, and this is the first time that no top three seeds are part of the Final Four.

We haven’t seen much change in the NBA futures odds, but it’s time to sell on the Dallas Mavericks at this point. Dallas is still in the realm of potential contenders, yet the Mavericks are just 3-8 with Luka Doncic and Kyrie Irving on the court at the same time. As predicted, the decision to trade for Irving blew up in the franchise’s face, and Dallas could be knocked out of contention after finishing up a five-game road trip.

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2023 NBA Championship Futures Odds

Atlanta Hawks +25000 Boston Celtics +333 Brooklyn Nets +36500
Chicago Bulls +30000 Cleveland Cavaliers +3750 Dallas Mavericks +6300
Denver Nuggets +667 Golden State Warriors +1050 Indiana Pacers +250000
Los Angeles Clippers +2500 Los Angeles Lakers +1750 Memphis Grizzlies +1400
Miami Heat +6500 Milwaukee Bucks +315 Minnesota Timberwolves +14000
New Orleans Pelicans +15500 New York Knicks +8000 Oklahoma City Thunder +30000
Orlando Magic +450000 Philadelphia 76ers +960 Phoenix Suns +545
Sacramento Kings +3700 Toronto Raptors +20000 Utah Jazz +100000
Washington Wizards +300000 - -

*Odds as of Monday, March 27, 1:00 PM ET

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Milwaukee Bucks +315

Giannis Antetokounmpo was great against Denver on Sunday night with 31 points, nine rebounds, and four steals. However, the rest of his team struggled to have an impact, combining for just 75 points, as the Nuggets scored a 23-point victory. The good news for the Bucks is that was their last tough road game of the regular season. Their final four games away from home are against Detroit, Indiana, Washington, and Toronto, and the Raptors are the best team of the bunch at 37-38.

Boston Celtics +333

Although they have been surpassed by the Milwaukee Bucks in the Eastern Conference standings, the Boston Celtics are still the overall favorites to win the title. Boston has the best point differential in the NBA, and last year’s Eastern Conference champions have finally stopped a recent slump with three straight victories. Jaylen Brown has been playing very well too with 41 points and 13 rebounds in a rout of San Antonio on Sunday night.

Phoenix Suns +545

Everything will depend on Kevin Durant and his status in the postseason. Phoenix announced that it wanted to win its first NBA title after trading for Durant last month, but he has only played three games for the team after injuring his ankle. The good news is that Durant might return against Minnesota on Wednesday night, and Deandre Ayton has been cleared to come back to the team for Monday night’s tilt against Utah. The Suns are getting heathy at just the right time, and that’s why this team is the favorite to win the West despite being 39-35.

Denver Nuggets +667

Forget the NBA MVP conversation, Nikola Jokic wants to win a title. This is Denver’s best chance to win it all as Jokic continues to raise his game, and both Jamal Murray and Michael Porter Jr. are healthy. The road to the NBA Finals goes through the Mile High City with Denver holding on to a three-game lead over Memphis for the No. 1 seed with eight games remaining in the regular season, and the Nuggets looked great against Milwaukee on Sunday night.

Philadelphia 76ers +960

This has been the most intriguing contender over the past month. Joel Embiid is the toughest player to officiate in the league, and the Sixers went on an eight-game winning streak before a recent downturn. Embiid is averaging 33.3 PPG, 10.2 RPG, and 4.2 APG, and he can even hit 34.1% of his threes. There isn’t a big man that can do what he can do, but his injury history is a big concern.

Additionally, James Harden did something no one expected, as he has truly reinvented himself from a shoot-first player into a pass-first guy. Harden leads the NBA with 10.8 APG, but he is dealing with a tricky Achilles’ injury.

NBA Teams

Boston Celtics Chicago Bulls Atlanta Hawks
Brooklyn Nets Cleveland Cavaliers Charlotte Hornets
New York Knicks Detroit Pistons Miami Heat
Philadelphia 76ers Indiana Pacers Orlando Magic
Toronto Raptors Milwaukee Bucks Washington Wizards
Denver Nuggets Golden State Warriors Dallas Mavericks
Minnesota Timberwolves Los Angeles Clippers Houston Rockets
Oklahoma City Thunder Los Angeles Lakers Memphis Grizzlies
Portland Trail Blazers Phoenix Suns New Orleans Pelicans
Utah Jazz Sacramento Kings San Antonio Spurs

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