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2014 NBA Finals Odds


The NBA season is past the halfway point and it would appear the usual suspects will be vying for the championship come playoff time. The latest round of 2014 NBA Finals Odds from 5Dimes have the Miami Heat, Indiana Pacers, Oklahoma City Thunder, and San Antonio Spurs listed as the four favorites to win this year's championship. The defending champions, who are one game back of the Pacers in the Eastern Conference's overall standings with a 27-8 record, are the top choice at +210 odds ($100 wins $200). Indiana is next in line at +360 odds while the Thunder and Spurs are drawing +700 and +800 listings, respectively.

Also getting some heavy consideration are the Golden State Warriors, Los Angeles Clippers, Houston Rockets, and Portland Trail Blazers. Golden State, which is battling the Clippers for the top spot in the Pacific Division, is listed at +1300. Los Angeles is a +1500 selection along with the 27-9 Blazers and the Rockets are getting +1450 NBA odds.

2014 NBA Finals Odds:

Miami Heat +210
Indiana Pacers +360
Oklahoma City Thunder +700
San Antonio Spurs +800
Golden State Warriors +1300
Houston Rockets +1450
Los Angeles Clippers +1500
Portland Trail Blazers +1500
Chicago Bulls +5000
Brooklyn Nets +5000
Dallas Mavericks +6000
Memphis Grizzlies +6500
New York Knicks +7500
Minnesota Timberwolves +7500
Denver Nuggets +8000
Atlanta Hawks +10000
Toronto Raptors +10000
Phoenix Suns +10000
Los Angeles Lakers +12500
Detroit Pistons +12500
Cleveland Cavaliers +15000
Washington Wizards +15000
Boston Celtics +20000
New Orleans Pelicans +20000
Charlotte Bobcats +35000
Philadelphia 76ers +45000
Orlando Magic +50000
Sacramento Kings +100000
Milwaukee Bucks +200000
Utah Jazz +300000

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