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NBA 2018-19 To Win Outright Odds - Warriors remain heavy favourites

Lorenzo Gahol 11 Apr 2019
  • The Warriors remain the favourites to win the NBA title this season
Stephen Curry and the Warriors are heavy favourites to repeat as NBA champions (credit:NBA.com)

The Golden State Warriors remain heavy favourites to repeat as NBA champions this season after the end of the regular season.

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Bookmaker bet365 put the two-time defending champions at -225 to successfully defend their title entering the play-offs. 

The Warriors topped the Western Conference with a 57-25 record and will face the Los Angeles Clippers in the first round of the best-of-seven phase. 

The Milwaukee Bucks are the second-best favourites (+750 with bet365) in the outright odds market. The Bucks posted a league-best 60-22 record to secure a home-court advantage throughout the post-season. MVP contender Giannis Antetokounmpo and company will take on the Detroit Pistons in the first round. 

The Toronto Raptors (+950) are ranked third at bet365 followed by the Houston Rockets (+1300). The Raptors finished second to Milwaukee in the East with a 58-24 record while the Rockets managed to land just fourth in the West with a 53-29 slate. 


*odds correct as of 06:00 BST on 11/04/19


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