NBA Weekly Betting Report – Feb. 17

Basketball Betting Preview – Cleveland Cavaliers vs. Sacramento Kings

The NBA remains on break from this past weekend’s All Star Game until this Thursday night making it the perfect time to take a closer look at GTBETS basketball betting updated futures odds to win both the Eastern and Western Conference as well as this season’s NBA Championship.

When LeBron James decided to return to Cleveland after a four-year stint in Miami, the Cavaliers were immediately opened as favorites to win the East this season as well as a NBA title. Most of the first half of the season did not always go as planned, but after heading into the break with a 14-2 straight-up record in their last 16 games they appear to be playing themselves into championship form. Cleveland is still favored to win its conference as a +135 favorite and it has the best odds on 5Dimes’ basketball betting board to win a world title at +400.
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Over in the West, the Golden State Warriors got a quick start out of the gate and have yet to relinquish that lead with an overall record of 42-9. They closed-out last week’s action with six wins in their last seven games to help maintain a four-game edge in the standings. The Warriors’ betting odds to go on and win the West stand at +220 and they are +415 second-favorites to win it all this year.

The NBA betting odds that Cleveland and Golden State go on to meet in the NBA Finals are the best on the board at +657. Make sure you take a look at the latest NBA on TNT Thursday Betting Buzz.

The Atlanta Hawks have been the best team in the East so far with a record of 43-11 that has opened-up a solid 6.5-game lead in the standings. They appear to be the complete package this season in both talent and depth as well as a serious contender to win the East at +255 betting odds. The Hawks’ odds to go on and win this year’s NBA betting title are fourth-best on 5Dimes’ list at +700.

The Oddsmakers must believe that is way too early to discount San Antonio’s chances to repeat as world champions despite the fact that the Spurs are holding down the seventh spot in the Western Conference standings at 34-19. They are still solid +430 second-favorites to win the conference and +550 third-favorites to win a second-straight NBA betting title.

The betting odds for a few other contenders start with Chicago at +375 to win the East and at +800 to win it all. The third-favorite to win the West is Memphis at +575 and the Grizzlies’ odds to go on and win the NBA Championship currently stand at +1200. Top

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