Updated Post All-Star NBA Over/Under Season Win Total Odds Revealed!

Updated Post All-Star NBA Over/Under Season Win Total Odds Revealed!

We are at the All-Star break and 5Dimes oddsmakers have released updated NBA over-under season win totals. Keep reading to find out how each team is expected to finish their 2020 campaigns.

Updated Post All-Star NBA Over/Under Season Win Total Odds Revealed!

Eastern Conference

  • Atlanta Hawks: 24.5
    The Hawks need 10 wins over their final 26 regular season games to top this total. While I love Trae Young and the direction Atlanta is headed in, I don’t see it happening. Play the Under.
  • Boston Celtics: 55
    Will Boston win 18 of their last 28 regular season game to reach 56 wins? In the immortal words of the legendary Marv Albert…Yesss!
  • Charlotte Hornets: 26.5
    The lowly Hornets need just nine wins in their final 28 games to reach 27 victories, but it’s not happening seeing as how Charlotte has absolutely zero stars on their roster.
  • Chicago Bulls: 28.5
    Can Zach LaVine and company win 10 of their final 27 games? I’m counting 15 ‘sure’ more losses over the course of the regular season right now, so it could happen!
  • Cleveland Cavaliers: 20.5
    If the Cavs keep winning seven times out of every 20 games as they’ve done so far this season, Collin Sexton and company will get there!
  • Detroit Pistons: 26.5
    Can Andre Drummond and company pick up eight wins over their final 27 games to top their O/U total? Despite their underachieving ways, the answer is yes. I’ve got the Pistons going at least 9-18 to close out the regular season.
  • Indiana Pacers: 47.5
    The Pacers needs 16 wins in their last 27 games and believe it or not, I’ve got Indy going 16-111 the rest of the way at the very least.
  • Miami Heat: 53
    Jimmy Butler and company need to go 18-10 the rest of the way to top this Over/Under total and I’ve got the Heat going 20-8 to close out the 2019-20 regular season.
  • Milwaukee Bucks: 66.5
    There’s absolutely no way that Milwaukee fails to win 19 of their final 28 games. Play the Over…it’s a lock!
  • Brooklyn Nets: 38.5
    Kyrie Irving and the Nets need to avoid losing more than 15 of their final 29 games, but I’m counting at least 17 more losses coming, so…there’s that!
  • New York Knicks: 25.5
    The Knicks need nine more wins over their final 27 to top this total and believe it or not, it could happen, even though I personally wouldn’t bet on the Knicks with your money!
  • Orlando Magic: 36.5
    Orlando just needs to record a winning record from here on in to top this O/U figure. Unfortunately, I’ve got the Magic coming up just short of doing so.
  • Philadelphia 76ers: 52.5
    The Sixers need 18 more wins to top their O/U total and with Philly being elite at home and having 13 more games in the City of Brotherly Love, I say they’ll get them!
  • Toronto Raptors: 56.5
    The Raptors need 17 wins in their last 27 games to top their O/U win total odds and I think think it’s a lock that Pascal Siakim and the defending champs get there after winning 14 of their last 15.
  • Washington Wizards: 29.5
    Outside of star shooting guard Bradley Beal, the Wizards are completely inept. Still, The Wiz need just 10 wins over their final 29 to top their O/U total. It’s gonna be close in the nation’s capitol, like real close.

Western Conference

  • Dallas Mavericks: 48.5
    The Mavericks need to go at least 16-11 over their final 27 games and I think it’s a lock that Luka and company get there. Despite having 15 road games remaining, the Mavs look good seeing as how they’ve gone 18-8 on the road this season.
  • Denver Nuggets: 55.5
    Denver needs to win 18 of their final 27 games to reach 56 victories, but I’ve got the championship-hopeful Nuggets coming up just short, because they have 14 road dates remaining and home games against elite opponents like Toronto, Milwaukee and the Clippers.
  • Golden State Warriors: 21.5
    There’s no way that Golden State wins 10 of their final 27 games while risking some ping pong balls in their chase for the first overall pick in this summer’s NBA Draft.
  • Houston Rockets: 52.5
    If the Rockets win 19 of their final 28, they’ll reach 53 victories. Unfortunately, I’ve got James Harden and Russell Westbrook falling agonizingly short of reaching their figure.
  • Los Angeles Clippers: 55.5
    The Clippers need to get hot in a hurry down the stretch run, but I’m going to say Kawhi Leonard and company come up short of 56 victories as they mostly concentrate on getting Paul George healthy.
  • Los Angeles Lakers: 61.5
    If LeBron James and the Lakers win 21 of their final 29 games, they’ll reach the 62-win mark. However. With 14 games remaining against teams that should reach the playoffs this year, I’ve got L.A. coming up just short here!
  • Memphis Grizzlies: 38.5
    Ja Morant and the upstart Grizz need to get 11 wins in their final 28 games. Consider it a done deal!
  • Minnesota Timberwolves: 26
    The T-Wolves need 10 more wins over their final 29 games. Now that they’ve paired friends D’Angelo Russell with Karl Anthony Towns, I think Minnesota gets there, although I personally would have a hard time laying any money on the perennial underachievers.
  • New Orleans Pelicans: 38.5
    The Pelicans need to go 16-11 the rest of the way to to reach 39 wins and I believe they’ll get there as they furiously try to reach the playoffs behind Zion Williamson.
  • Oklahoma City Thunder: 47.5
    Simply put, I say chalk up Chris Paul and the surprising Thunder to get at least 15 more wins to top this figure seeing as how Oklahoma City has recorded a winning record at home and on the road.
  • Phoenix Suns: 33.5
    I feel for Devin Booker. I mean, I really feel for Phoenix’s lone star. Play the Under.
  • Portland Trail Blazers: 39
    The Blazers might have one superstar in Damian Lillard and a slightly lesser one in C.J. McCollum, but it won’t be enough to help the Blazers find the consistency that had elided them all season long.
  • Sacramento Kings: 33
    The Kings need to get 13 more wins over their final 28 games. Uh yeah…it’s not happening.
  • San Antonio Spurs: 36.5
    Where are Tim Duncan, Manu Ginobili and Tony Parker when you really need them? 37 wins is not gonna’ happen!
  • Utah Jazz: 53.5
    The Jazz have been phenomenal at home and rock-solid on the road. 17 wins over their final 28 games looks like a lock to me!