2015 NBA Finals Odds To Win

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(TheSpread) – The NBA Finals ended on Sunday night. The focus now turns to next season and who will come out on top in 2015.

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According to oddsmakers at Bovada.lv, the Miami Heat are favored to regain the title, as they have 3/1 odds. The other short odds to win are the Oklahoma City Thunder and the San Antonio Spurs, who each have 6/1 odds.

The Heat reached the NBA Finals for the fourth straight season this year, but they we thoroughly outclassed by the Spurs. The Heat looked old and thin, relying heavily on their superstar in LeBron James. If the Heat hope to get back to the title, they will need to add talent and avoid the possible departure of James.

The Thunder lost to the Spurs in the Western Conference Finals and they also need to address some depth issues they have. They also have questions on whether Scott Brooks can get the job done as the head coach. The Thunder relied on their offense in the playoffs, which let them down in key games.

The Spurs won the NBA title with an impressive showing in the NBA Finals. The question now is who comes back. Will Tim Duncan retire? Will Gregg Popovich be back? San Antonio had some future stars emerge in the postseason, like Danny Green and Kawhi Leonard, but the team still need that body in the middle that they had in Duncan.

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For a complete look at each team’s odds to win the 2015 NBA Finals, see below.

2015 NBA Finals Odds To Win

Miami Heat 3/1 

Oklahoma City Thunder 6/1 

San Antonio Spurs 6/1 

Los Angeles Clippers 9/1 

Chicago Bulls 12/1 

Indiana Pacers 12/1 

Houston Rockets 16/1 

Golden State Warriors 25/1 

Portland Trailblazers 25/1 

Brooklyn Nets 28/1 

Cleveland Cavaliers 33/1 

Dallas Mavericks 33/1 

Memphis Grizzlies 33/1 

Washington Wizards 33/1 

Los Angeles Lakers 40/1 

New York Knicks 40/1 

Toronto Raptors 40/1 

Boston Celtics 50/1 

Denver Nuggets 50/1 

Detroit Pistons 50/1 

New Orleans Pelicans 50/1 

Minnesota Timberwolves 66/1 

Atlanta Hawks 75/1 

Charlotte Hornets 75/1 

Phoenix Suns 75/1 

Orlando Magic 150/1 

Sacramento Kings 150/1 

Utah Jazz 150/1 

Milwaukee Bucks 200/1 

Philadelphia 76ers 200/1

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