Current Sports Betting Odds to Win 2015 NBA Pro Basketball Championship

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Now that the NBA had reached the All Star Break it is a good time to take a peek at the 2015 odds to win the NBA Championship.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business have the Cleveland Cavaliers the +275 odds as the favorites to win the title. The Cavaliers have turned the corner as LeBron James returned to the lineup after being sidelined to rest his knees. After their 20 point victory at home to Miami on Wednesday the club has won 14 of their past 15 games.

Second favorite in the wagering are the Golden St Warriors at +300 odds. Golden St is 42-9 and owns the best record in the Western conference by five games in the loss column over Memphis. The Warriors did seem to look a bit fatigue as they hit the break with close wins at lowly Philadelphia and Minnesota.

The Atlanta Hawks will return +500 odds and is the third choice in the wagering. The Hawks own the best record in the East as four their starting five will be representing the Eastern conference in the All Star Game played on Sunday night. They hit the break after suffering a one point road loss at Boston on Wednesday.

The defending champion San Antonio Spurs will return +1000 odds. The Spurs are 34-19 and have improved their play as Kawhi Leonard returned to the lineup after a hand injury. They are winners of four of five entering the break.

A longshot possibility includes the Oklahoma City Thunder with odds of +1800. The Thunder is playing their best basketball of the season as they hit the All Star Break. It was a tough first half of the year for the Thunder as they had to navigate with Russell Westbrook and Kevin Durant fighting injuries. As they both returned to the lineup it took a while for the club to get to a .500 record. OKC has hit a good groove as the All Star Break came as the club is winners of three straight to move to a 28-25 record.

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