A Look At The NBA Finals 2020 Odds
Things are starting to get heated in the NBA. After unpredictable results, unlike the past few seasons, the matchups just keep on getting better and better. We’re now past the dynasty days and the NBA Championship is now up for grabs. Put this together with our upcoming NBA promotion, you are guaranteed to have a good time leading to the 2020 NBA Finals.
The Toronto Raptors claiming their first NBA Championship title last season created more opportunities for other teams. The Golden State Warriors looked unbeatable with their mighty line-up consisting of two of the NBA’s best shooters, Steph Curry and Klay Thompson, one of the best forwards in the league, Kevin Durant, the undeniable energy brought to the court by Draymond Green, and 2015 Finals MVP, Andre Iguodala. This roster is also backed by a deep bench backed by playoff experience.
That being said, we take a closer look at the interesting narratives of the 2019-20 NBA season alongside the latest Bitcoin NBA odds.
Los Angeles Clash
Leading the Western Conference with a 47-13 record are the Los Angeles Lakers, while the Clippers hold second seed with a 43-19 record. The Lakers kept their squad intact as they were performing well throughout the first half of the regular season. This keeps their NBA FInals 2020 odds at +270.
Meanwhile, the Clippers are +335 to claim a championship title. They have 2x NBA Champion and 2x NBA MVP, Kawhi Leonard alongside Paul George. Should both superstars remain healthy throughout the season, they are a surefire force to be reckoned with come the playoffs.
The Milwaukee Bucks are on a hot streak right now. Led by Giannis Antetokounmpo, they Dominate the Eastern Conference now with an impressive 53-9 record. They are the first team to secure a spot in the playoffs as well. With a deep bench, a superstar that’s only getting better, and an arsenal of shooters, they have a +270 odds to win NBA 2020 Finals.
Are the Raptors still worthy?
Surprisingly, the Raptors are doing well this season. Despite the departure of Kawhi Leonard, Toronto can still hold its own. They continue to win games and are currently sitting on the second seed with a 43-18 record. Kyle Lowry still leads the northern charge, but we’ve seen Pascal Siakam step up and transform into an All-Star caliber player. In addition, Marc Gasol’s potential return can give the team the extra power they need just before the playoffs. Currently, their NBA odds this year is +2200.
Here’s a list of NBA Finals 2020 future odds for the rest of the playoff contenders: