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2015/16 NBA Season Win Totals Posted

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As hoops bettors patiently await the start of the 2015/16 NBA campaign, online sportsbook Bovada is preparing by releasing its season win totals for every team in the Association.

The imbalance in the NBA's conferences has been evident for years and this season is no different. Only one Eastern Conference club (LeBron James' Cleveland Cavaliers) cracks the top seven, as the loaded West looks like it's going to be a dog fight once again.

Here's a look at the full list the book is offering.

2015/16 NBA Regular Season Wins

Odds as of October 14 at Bovada

  • Golden State Warriors 59.5
  • San Antonio Spurs 57.5
  • Cleveland Cavaliers 57.5
  • Oklahoma City Thunder 56.5
  • Los Angeles Clippers 56.5
  • Houston Rockets 54.5
  • Memphis Grizzlies 50.5
  • Chicago Bulls 49.5
  • Atlanta Hawks 49.5
  • New Orleans Pelicans 48.5
  • Toronto Raptors 46.5
  • Washington Wizards 45.5
  • Miami Heat 45.5
  • Milwaukee Bucks 44.5
  • Boston Celtics 44.5
  • Utah Jazz 42.5
  • Indiana Pacers 41.5
  • Dallas Mavericks 37.5
  • Phoenix Suns 36.5
  • Detroit Pistons 35.5
  • Sacramento Kings 34.5
  • Charlotte Hornets 33.5
  • Orlando Magic 33.5
  • New York Knicks 29.5
  • Los Angeles Lakers 28.5
  • Brooklyn Nets 27.5
  • Denver Nuggets 27.5
  • Portland Trail Blazers 27.5
  • Minnesota Timberwolves 26.5
  • Philadelphia 76ers 21.5

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The renowned Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook released its annual regular season win totals for every NBA team on Tuesday.

The 2014/15 champion Golden State Warriors deserve to rank at the top of the list, while the lowly Philadelphia 76ers are bringing up the rear for the second year in a row.

Fresh off an injury plauged season that saw them narrowly miss out on the playoffs, the Oklahoma City Thunder have a healthy Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook and are clearly getting the respect of oddsmakers once again.

One team that sticks out on the list is the Dallas Mavericks at 38.5. The Mavs finished last year with a 50-32 SU record but had a rough offseason that culminated with the last-minute spurning of All-Star center DeAndre Jordan before free agency officially began.

As the big man's change of heart saw him return to the L.A. Clippers, Dallas' immediate future suffered a massive blow in the process.

Here's a look at how the book is predicting each squad will perform on the hardwood in 2015/16.

2015/16 NBA Regular Season Wins
  • Golden State Warriors 60.5
  • San Antonio Spurs 58.5
  • Oklahoma City Thunder 57.5
  • Cleveland Cavaliers 56.5
  • Los Angeles Clippers 56.5
  • Houston Rockets 54.5
  • Memphis Grizzlies 50.5
  • Chicago Bulls 49.5
  • Atlanta Hawks 49.5
  • New Orleans Pelicans 47.5
  • Toronto Raptors 45.5
  • Washington Wizards 45.5
  • Miami Heat 45.5
  • Milwaukee Bucks 43.5
  • Indiana Pacers 42.5
  • Boston Celtics 42.5
  • Utah Jazz 40.5
  • Dallas Mavericks 38.5
  • Phoenix Suns 36.5
  • Detroit Pistons 33.5
  • Charlotte Hornets 32.5
  • Orlando Magic 32.5
  • New York Knicks 31.5
  • Sacramento Kings 30.5
  • Los Angeles Lakers 29.5
  • Brooklyn Nets 28.5
  • Denver Nuggets 26.5
  • Portland Trail Blazers 26.5
  • Minnesota Timberwolves 25.5
  • Philadelphia 76ers 21.5

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