NBA Pro Basketball Odds to Win 2017 Championship Sports Betting Preview

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It is the All Star Break from the NBA and with two months remaining in the regular season it is a good time to check out the NBA World Championship Odds.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the defending champion Golden St Warriors -200 odds. Golden St after winning two of the past three NBA titles seem to have lost intensity during the regular season. Team is 44-14 overall and has seen their defensive efficiency drop. They still sit number one in the key offensive areas like scoring, free throws, overall and three point shooting. Stephen Curry leads the teams with 26.6 points per game with Kevin Durant shooting 52.3%.

Second favorite in the wagering to win the NBA Title is Houston Rockets at +400 odds. Rockets are 44-13 in the standings and holds the top spot in the Western conference. Rockets can shoot and are a good offensive team. Biggest question is can they make key stops in playoff games. Houston is 21st in defensive field goal defense by allowing 46.7%.

LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers check in at +600 odds. Cleveland has a new look as they pick up at the All Star Break Jordan Clarkson, Larry Nance Jr, Rodney Hood and George Hill. Since the trade the Cavs have won three straight averaging 121 points per game.

Then it is a big drop to the Boston Celtics who will return +1500 odds. Boston a good defensive team does not shoot the ball well. Celtics hit 44.6% from the field ranking 25th in the league. They have lost three straight entering the All Sbar Break all at home. Celtics look like a tired team overcoming their offensive inefficiencies by playing great defense.

Toronto Raptors check in at +2000 odds. Raptors at 41-16 hit the All Star Break hot winners of seven straight games. Toronto is seventh in the league in shooting at 47% and fourth in field goal defense by allowing 44.7%.

Longshots in the wagering are the Oklahoma City Thunder at +2500 odds and San Antonio Spurs at +3500 odds. Oklahoma City at 33-26 have been inconsistent this year. OKC sits in the bottom half of the league in field goal and three point shooting. Team is 29th in the league at the free throw line making 70.6%. San Antonio has been without Kawhi Leonard with a quad injury. Ginobili, Aldridge and Gay are out until late February with injuries. San Antonio is 35-24 struggling shooting the basketball in their road games this season. Spurs are sixth in the league in field goal and three point shooting defense.

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