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2014 NBA Champion Odds: Miami Heat, OKC Thunder with best odds

It has been less than 24 hours since the 2013 NBA season ended and odds for who will win next year’s title are already out.

The Miami Heat have the best odds of any team at 2/1. The Oklahoma City Thunder come in second at 11/2. The San Antonio Spurs have the fourth best odds at 17/2 while the Chicago Bulls come in third place at 15/2.

Now is not exactly the time to make predictions for next year’s Finals. You can’t really argue with the Heat already being favorites though since they are still in that weak Eastern Conference, although the Pacers are on the rise and the Bulls with Derrick Rose could be a force too.

After the Spurs, the Clippers, Rockets and Grizzlies come in with the best odds to win it all in the West. This all makes enough sense. We’ll have a better idea of what to expect after the next few months.

The complete odds via Bovada:

Miami Heat 2/1
Oklahoma City Thunder 11/2
Chicago Bulls 15/2
San Antonio Spurs 17/2
Indiana Pacers 16/1
Los Angeles Clippers 18/1
New York Knicks 18/1
Houston Rockets 20/1
Memphis Grizzlies 20/1
Los Angeles Lakers 22/1
Denver Nuggets 25/1
Golden State Warriors 25/1
Boston Celtics 33/1
Dallas Mavericks 40/1
Brooklyn Nets 40/1
Atlanta Hawks 50/1
Milwaukee Bucks 75/1
Minnesota Timberwolves 75/1
Philadelphia 76ers 100/1
Portland Trailblazers 100/1
Utah Jazz 100/1
Cleveland Cavaliers 150/1
New Orleans Pelicans 150/1
Sacramento Kings 150/1
Toronto Raptors 150/1
Washington Wizards 150/1
Detroit Pistons 300/1
Phoenix Suns 300/1
Charlotte Bobcats 500/1
Orlando Magic 500/1

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