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Updated NBA Odds: Divisions

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Now that the NBA season is winding down and we are getting closer and closer to the playoffs, our friends over at Bovada have sent us their latest odds.

The oddsmakers didn’t feel the need to include the divisions that are being run away with it. No one is catching the Miami in the Southeast Division (They are 13.5 games ahead of the second-place Washington Wizards) and no one is even close to the Indiana Pacers in the Central Division (The second-place Chicago Bulls are 13.5 games behind the Pacers).

There isn’t a team currently out of first place that seemingly has a great chance to catch the team in first place, but there are two interesting races to watch.

The Brooklyn Nets are now within 3.5 games (and 3 in the loss column) of the Toronto Raptors in the Atlantic Division and the Houston Rockets are just 3 games behind the San Antonio Spurs, who have been crushed by injuries.

Odds to win 2014 NBA Atlantic Division

Toronto Raptors                        1/4

Brooklyn Nets                           5/2

 

Odds to win 2014 NBA Northwest Division

Oklahoma City Thunder              1/7

Portland Trailblazers                  4/1

 

Odds to win 2014 NBA Pacific Division

Los Angeles Clippers                1/7

Golden State Warriors               9/2

Phoenix Suns                            15/1

 

Odds to win 2014 NBA Southwest Division

San Antonio Spurs                    1/5

Houston Rockets                      3/1

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