LVH Superbook releases 2013-14 NBA season win totals

The LVH superbook has released their NBA season win totals for the upcoming 2-13-14 season.

The defending champion Miami Heat top the list with 60 wins, with the Los Angles Clippers (57), Chicago Bulls (56.5) and San Antonio Spurs (55.5) also among the highest win totals on the board. As for the bottom of the scale, the Philadelphia 76ers are projected to win around 16.5 games:


2013-14 NBA REGULAR SEASON WINS


HAWKS 40.0

CELTICS 27.5
 
NETS 52.5

BOBCATS 27.5

BULLS 56.5

CAVALIERS 40.5

MAVERICKS 44.0

NUGGETS 47.0

PISTONS 41.0

WARRIORS 49.5

ROCKETS 54.5

PACERS 53.5

CLIPPERS 57.0

LAKERS 33.5

GRIZZLIES 49.0

HEAT 60.0

BUCKS 28.5

TIMBERWOLVES 41.0

PELICANS 40.0

KNICKS 49.5

THUNDER 50.5

MAGIC  24.5

76ERS  16.5

SUNS  21.5

TRAILBLAZERS 38.5

KINGS 31.5

SPURS 55.5

RAPTORS  36.5

JAZZ 27.5

WIZARDS 42.0

** ALL SIDES ARE -110 **
** TEAMS MUST PLAY 82 REGULAR SEASON GAMES FOR ACTION **
** WAGERS DO NOT INCLUDE POST-SEASON GAMES **
** NO PARLAYS **

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Posted by ianskt
10 months ago

Kobe will remain out for at least 1 - 2 months according to his injury. I think he will be back for xmas. Very big value in Wizards under selection. I offer them @ 34.5 wins - 42!! seriously ? Lakers are low as well, I project them @ 36.5.
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Posted by 12pk
10 months ago

what is kobe s return date schedule at, anyone know
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Posted by mylife23
10 months ago

lakers at 33.5...i know one thing the computer models may help set these lines...but computers don't factor in the human element the NBA can't afford for the Lakers to be horrendous...
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Posted by mylife23
10 months ago

"lakers at 33.5...i know one thing the computer models may help set these lines...but computers don't factor in the human element the NBA can't afford for the Lakers to be horrendous..."