The NBA playoff schedule is set, and Las Vegas oddmakers are being blunt with their latest NBA championship odds — expect a third consecutive Finals matchup between the Golden State Warriors and the Cleveland Cavaliers to buy FIFA 18 Coins.The Warriors have the best odds to win the 2017 NBA championship at 5/11 (bet $5 to win $2), followed by the Cavs at 17/5. Below are the odds to win the 2017 NBA championship, as well as odds to win the Eastern and Western Conference championships, via Vegas Insider.
NBA playoffs 2017: Odds to win NBA championshipHere are the odds for all 16 teams to win the 2017 NBA championship as of Friday, April 28.Golden State Warriors 2/5Cleveland Cavaliers 17/5San Antonio Spurs 8/1Houston Rockets 20/1Boston Celtics 30/1Toronto Raptors 30/1Washington Wizards 50/1Utah Jazz 100/1Los Angeles Clippers 300/1Atlanta Hawks 400/1Chicago Bulls 500/1Odds to win Eastern Conference championshipHere are the odds to win the 2017 Eastern Conference championship as of Friday, April 28.Cleveland Cavaliers 5/16Boston Celtics 6/1Toronto Raptors 8/1Washington Wizards 8/1Atlanta Hawks 100/1Chicago Bulls 200/1Odds to win Western Conference championship.
Here are the odds to win the 2017 Western Conference championship as of Friday, April 28.Golden State Warriors 1/5San Antonio Spurs 11/2Houston Rockets 8/1Utah Jazz 40/1Los Angeles Clippers 100/1NBA playoff bracket Even if the Bulls make it to Game 7, they will likely have to play without Rajon Rondo.Chicago coach Fred Hoiberg confirmed Rondo won't play in Game 6 against the Celtics on Friday. Even if the Bulls tie the series, Rondo will probably be out for Game 7, as well."Nothing's changed as of now," Bulls head coach Fred Hoiberg told reporters. "We had a film session in the hotel this morning. Obviously we didn't do anything on the court before we left.
Rajon, most likely, will come in and work out tonight, but like we talked about [Wednesday] at the game it's still a long shot that he's back on the court, at least in this series."Rondo sustained a broken right thumb and ligament damage in his right wrist in the Bulls' Game 2 victory. Since Rondo's injury, the Celtics have won three straight, something Hoiberg said was because there wasn't a viable point guard on the court of FIFA Coins."We had a real good thing going with Rajon," Hoiberg said. "Our flow was excellent. Our pace was really good, just getting the ball down the floor early and striking before the defense was set. That's something we had a lot of success with. Obviously, that part of our game has changed with Rondo out."