Wagering Odds to Win 2011-2012 NBA Pro Basketball Championship

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As we hit the NBA All Star Break we turn our attention today on the 2011-2012 betting odds to win the NBA championship. We have just 2 months remaining in the NBA regular season with the playoffs set to begin in late April. Eight teams from each of the Western and Eastern conference will qualify for the playoffs.

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The current favorites to win the NBA World title this season are the Miami Heat who came in at +100 odds. The Heat has been outstanding sporting an impressive 27-7 record on the season. They have dominated Eastern conference opponents this season with a straight up mark of 21-4.

The Oklahoma City Thunder is +250 favorites to win the NBA championship this season. They are the favorites to come out the west as they sports the youthfulness on the court compared to the older Lakers, Mavericks and Spurs teams. In a best of 7 situation, it will be interesting to see if OKC can handle the in game adjustments they will see in the post season.

The Chicago Bulls are third in the betting at +600 odds to hoist the NBA world championship trophy. It seems like only the Miami Heat will stand in the way of Chicago in the post season. A concern for the Bulls has been the health of point guard Derrick Rose who has been experiencing back spasms.

Can you believe the LA Clippers are tied with the Bulls and ahead of the Lakers in the wagering? The Clips are +600 to win the title behind All Stars Chris Paul and Blake Griffin.

The LA Lakers check in fifth in the betting at +800 odds to win another title for this franchise. The team is battling age and as well as personnel issues. They don’t pass the eye test this year for a run at the World title. Kobe Bryant, Andrew Bynum and Pau Gasol are a solid threesome but this by far has been one of the weakest supporting casts we have seen on a Lakers team during owner Jerry Buss’ tenure with the team.

The defending NBA champions Dallas Mavericks longshots in the betting at +1500 odds to repeat. The team is missing a key cog from last year’s team in center Tyson Chandler who is now with the Knicks.

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