Updated NBA Finals Odds To Win

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(TheSpread) – The All-Star break is over and it’s now time for NBA teams to focus for the final half of the season. Here is an updated look at the odds to win this year’s NBA Finals.

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According to oddsmakers at Bovada.lv, the defending champions, the Miami Heat, are still the favorites to win it all, as they have odds of +150 to win the Finals. The other short odds to win are the Oklahoma City Thunder (+450) and the Los Angeles Clippers (+700).

Miami currently has the top record in the Eastern Conference at 36-14 and the Heat are the defending NBA Champions. LeBron James is having a MVP season and seems to be motivated to repeat.

The Thunder are currently 39-14 on the season and have the second-best record in the Western Conference behind the Spurs. Oklahoma City is the defending Western Conference champion.

The Clippers are currently 39-17 on the season and they have the third-best record in the Western Conference and the top record in the Pacific Division. The Clippers have never won the NBA Championship or even the Western Conference Championship.

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For a complete look at each team’s odds to win the 2013 NBA Finals, see below.

2013 NBA Finals Odds To Win

Miami Heat +150

Oklahoma City Thunder +450

Los Angeles Clippers +700

San Antonio Spurs +800

New York Knicks +1500

Chicago Bulls +2000

Indiana Pacers +2500

Boston Celtics +3000

Denver Nuggets +3500

Los Angeles Lakers +3500

Memphis Grizzlies +3500

Brooklyn Nets +3500

Golden State Warriors +6500

Atlanta Hawks +12000

Milwaukee Bucks +12000

Dallas Mavericks +12500

Houston Rockets +12500

Utah Jazz +12500

Philadelphia 76ers +30000

Portland Blazers +35000

Minnesota T-Wolves +100000

Toronto Raptors +100000

Detroit Pistons +100000

New Orleans Hornets +200000

Cleveland Cavaliers +250000

Washington Wizards +250000

Charlotte Bobcats +850000

Sacramento Kings +850000

Orlando Magic +850000

Phoenix Suns +850000

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