Less than four months ago those of us that feverishly follow the National Basketball Association witnessed the Cleveland Cavaliers take down the Association darlings, the Golden State Warriors, for the 2016 NBA Championship. We head into the 2016-17 campaign after an intriguing offseason and according to WestGate of Las Vegas, the SuperBook, the Warriors are overwhelming favorites to be a part of the 2017 hardcourt postseason and the chalk to win the title for the second time in three seasons.

The Cavaliers executed one of the greatest comebacks in NBA history by rallying from a 3-1 series deficit in the NBA Finals to take down and dethrone the public favorites, sexy Golden State.

Westgate SuperBook has Golden State as the mortal lock to win the Pacific Division at 1-to-40.

What does this mean, exactly?

It means that an individual would have to go to the WestGate sportsbook window and lay down $40 dollars to win $1, or $4000 to win $100, or more inviting, if allowed by the sportsbook director, $40.000 to win $1000.

Golden State failed to follow up a record-breaking regular season with a second straight championship but remain the WestGate favorite to win the most games in the Association this upcoming season.  They 2016 runners-up and 2015 NBA Champs dribble into the Las Vegas Superbook with an NBA Season Wins Total of 66 1/2. The closest season win totals to the Warriors is last year’s champs, the Cleveland Cavaliers (56 1/2) and the San Antonio Spurs (56 1/2).

WestGate issued their 2016-17 National Basketball Association Wins Total updates today as well as their latest 2016-17 Divisional Odds;



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