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Updated Eastern Conference Odds

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(TheSpread) – The NBA Eastern Conference looks to be a two-team race entering the All-Star break. Here is an updated look at the odds to win the East.

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According to oddsmakers at Bovada.lv, the Miami Heat are the slight favorite to win the East, as they have 5/6 odds. Other short odds to win are the Indiana Pacers (1/1), the Brooklyn Nets (18/1) and the Chicago Bulls (25/1).

The Heat have won the East the last three years and currently lead the Southeast Division, but have the second-best record in the conference at 37-14. Miami is also 20-4 at home and 17-10 on the road.

Indiana reached the conference finals last year before losing to Miami. Indiana has the top record in the East at 40-12 and is 25-3 at home, best of any team in the NBA. The Pacers are also 15-9 on the road.

Brooklyn is just 24-27 this season and in second in the Atlantic Division, but the Nets have plenty of talent and have bounce back strong since a very poor start to the season. Brooklyn is 16-11 at home and 8-16 on the road.

Chicago is 27-25 on the season and behind the Pacers in the Central Division. Chicago is without Derrick Rose once again this season due to an injury. The Bulls are still 27-25 overall, 15-10 at home and 12-15 on the road.

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For a complete look at each team’s odds to win the 2014 NBA Eastern Conference, see below.

2014 NBA Eastern Conference Odds To Win

Miami Heat 5/6 

Indiana Pacers 1/1 

Brooklyn Nets 18/1 

Chicago Bulls 25/1 

New York Knicks 33/1 

Toronto Raptors 40/1 

Atlanta Hawks 50/1 

Washington Wizards 50/1 

Detroit Pistons 75/1 

Cleveland Cavaliers 125/1 

Boston Celtics 150/1 

Charlotte Bobcats 200/1 

Orlando Magic 500/1 

Philadelphia 76ers 500/1

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