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NBA 2019-20 Team Regular Season Wins
Which of the 30 NBA franchises had the best offseason? How many games will each team win in 2019-20? All things in the National Basketball Association are not created equal. The different cities and markets that make the NBA whole are different for each team and city. That applies to a clubs ability to attract free agents and build a fiscally stable bottom line. The Milwaukee Bucks are forecast by the SuperBook of Las Vegas to record the most 2019-20 season wins. However, Milwaukee is not within a stone’s throw of the financial wherewithal of the big market clubs.
The player who and the where for the upcoming Association regular season have been answered. For the most part, all 30 franchises will look as they do today when the season kicks off in mid-October. Based on the results of the draft, free agency, trades and, in some cases, coaching changes, the NBA Odds have stabilized. Like all of the Big Three sports companies in North America, the NBA doesn’t have an offseason. The front offices, as well as the coaches and players, work year-round to obtain or retain any and all things that offer an edge, any edge.
The best of the NBA has been in the Western Conference over the last decade. Furthermore, the Vegas and offshore NBA Odds paint that conference picture. If the truth be known the Western Conference is not only stacked but the strength of the teams west of the Mississippi River have the coaches and the players to end the season with a .500 or better record.
Yes, projecting all 15 teams from the west to finish above the .500 mark is outrageous. And while it is mathematically possible, the NBA futures of such are longer than Lew Alcindor coming out of retirement.
The World’s Largest Race and Sportsbook, Westgate of Las Vegas, have posted a complete list of updated NBA Odds for 2019-20 Regular Season Wins: