Updated Odds to Win the 2021 NBA Championship
The NBA is down to the Final Four. The Milwaukee Bucks, Phoenix Suns, Los Angeles Clippers and the surprising Atlanta Hawks are all vying for the NBA championship. Some teams are already looking at the future and trades (Sorry Ben Simmons). The franchises are starving for a championship, but only one can claim the title. The odds to win the 2021 NBA championship reveal the favorite to take home the title.
The Brooklyn Nets were the favorites to win the championship when the playoffs began. Since the Bucks were the team to send Kevin Durant and the Nets backing, it makes sense that they are now the favorites to win it all. Giannis Antetokounmpo is on a mission to bring a championship to Milwaukee. Giannis is not alone. The incredible supporting cast of Khris Middleton, Jrue Holliday, and an incredible supporting cast, makes the Bucks the team to beat. However, there is another team that is also high on the list.
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The Suns are the favorite team to come out of the west and the next favorite to win it all this year. This number may look very inviting considering that the Suns have a 1-0 game lead in the Western Conference Finals. What may be more impressive is the fact that they won the first game without the services of Chris Paul. Devin Booker is a true superstar and the Suns are focused on winning a championship.
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The Clippers lost the first game to the Suns, but all is not lost. The Clippers have lost the first game in every series that they have played in the playoffs. All reports indicate that Kawhi Leonard will not be back for this series, but Paul George is stepping up and taking over as the leader of this team. Inspiring efforts by other players like Terance Mann gives this team hope. However, with the recent rash of injuries, the Clippers will need serious adjustments by Coach Ty Lue, if they hope to advance.
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The Atlanta Hawks are the longshots to win the championship out of the final four teams, but that may be just the way that this team likes it. Since Nate McMillan took over the Hawks are 35-15 and just beat the No. 1 seed Sixers in Philadelphia to advance to the Eastern Conference Finals. Trae Young and John Collins lead a youthful offensive attack that is exciting to watch. They are scrappy on defense (forced 17 turnovers in game 7) and never give up. Betting the longshot is not always profitable, but in this case, it may pay off in a big way if you bet on Atlanta to win it all.