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NBA Betting OddsNBA Betting odds: We’ve seen the Cleveland Cavaliers hit a wall during the regular season in each of the past three seasons, yet they always seem to turn it on come playoff time. Still, their recent funk is alarming and actually has the Cavs closer to ninth place than first in the Eastern Conference. The slide continued with a loss to the Pacers on Saturday, giving LeBron’s squad eight losses in their past 11 games.

The good news is that the Cavs recent road heavy schedule is over; the bad news is that they kick off a three-game home stand and a stretch where seven of nine games are at The Q against the defending champion Warriors on Monday. Since their epic collapse in the 2016 Finals, the Warriors have taken out their frustrations on the Cavs, winning six of the last seven meetings, including a five-game win in last year’s Finals. The Dubs got Stephen Curry back in the lineup after he missed several games with an ankle injury and they won the first two games of their season-long five-game road trip, extending their winning streak away from NorCal to 12 straight.

The Warriors finish their trip with a game against the Rockets in a first-place battle in the West. The Rockets kept their heads above water in the absence of James Harden, going 4-2 SU and ATS in the first six games of his absence. And the club is expecting to have the bearded one back this week, either for the matchup with the red-hot Timberwolves on Thursday or the showdown with the Dubs. Harden will miss at least one more game as the Rockets visit the Clippers for Chris Paul’s homecoming on Monday.

And speaking of the Wolves, they are the hottest team in the West after sweeping a five-game home stand. Minnesota solidified its place at the top of the Northwest Division with wins over Oklahoma City and Portland, and added a 28-point dismantling of the Cavaliers in that run. The resurgence coincided with the return of point guard Jeff Teague to the lineup and the stellar play of Jimmy Butler. The Wolves haven’t reached the postseason in 14 years and they’ve never won a Northwest title, but those streaks appear to be within reach.

There is excitement in Los Angeles over the recent play of the city’s basketball teams. The Clippers have made a run into playoff contention by winning four straight and eight of their last 10 games, including a road upset of the Warriors last week behind a career-best 50 points from Lou Williams. Williams followed that historic night by dropping 56 points in two wins over Sacramento. And the Lakers have responded to recent criticism from the father of one of their players by winning four straight games for the first time this season.

Odds to Win 2017-18 NBA Championship

Golden State Warriors -175

Cleveland Cavaliers +625

Houston Rockets +800

Boston Celtics +800

San Antonio Spurs +1600

Oklahoma City Thunder +2000

Toronto Raptors +2800

Minnesota Timberwolves +2800

Washington Wizards +6600

Milwaukee Bucks +7500

Detroit Pistons +10000

Miami Heat +12500

Philadelphia 76ers +12500

Denver Nuggets +30000

New Orleans Pelicans +30000

Portland Trail Blazers +30000

Indiana Pacers +30000

Los Angeles Clippers +30000

Charlotte Hornets +50000

New York Knicks +50000

Utah Jazz +50000

Memphis Grizzlies +50000

Orlando Magic +50000

Los Angeles Lakers +100000

Dallas Mavericks +100000

Phoenix Suns +100000

Sacramento Kings +100000

Atlanta Hawks +100000

Brooklyn Nets +100000

Chicago Bulls +100000

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