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NBA Finals Odds to win

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(TheSpread) – The NBA Playoffs are set to get started this weekend. Here is an updated look at the odds to win this year’s NBA Finals.

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According to oddsmakers at BetDSI, the Miami Heat are still the favorites, as they have 2/1 odds to win. Other short odds to win are the San Antonio Spurs (3/1), the Oklahoma City Thunder (4/1) and the Indiana Pacers (6/1).

The Heat are the two-time defending NBA champions and they come into the playoffs as the No. 2 seed in the East. Miami went 54-28 during the season with a 32-9 record at home and a 22-19 mark on the road.

The Spurs lost to the Heat in 7 games last year in the NBA Finals. San Antonio has the top seed in the West this year, going 62-20 on the season. San Antonio was 32-9 at home and 30-11 on the road. The 30 road wins were the most in the NBA.

The Thunder were the runner-up in the playoffs two years ago. Oklahoma City comes into the postseason as the No. 2 seed in the West. The Thunder went 59-23 on the season while posting a 34-7 record at home and 25-16 record on the road. The 34 home wins were most in the conference.

The Pacers come into the postseason as the top seed in the Eastern Conference. Indiana was 56-26 this season, going 35-6 at home and 21-20 on the road. The 35 wins at home were most of anyone in the NBA.

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

2014 NBA Finals Odds To Win

Miami Heat 2/1 

San Antonio Spurs 3/1 

Oklahoma City Thunder 4/1 

Indiana Pacers 6/1 

Los Angeles Clippers 9/1 

Houston Rockets 20/1 

Brooklyn Nets 25/1 

Golden State Warriors 28/1 

Chicago Bulls 40/1 

Portland Trailblazers 40/1 

Dallas Mavericks 66/1 

Memphis Grizzlies 66/1 

Toronto Raptors 66/1 

Washington Wizards 150/1 

Atlanta Hawks 250/1 

Charlotte Bobcats 250/1

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