Eastern Conference Favored To Win NBA Finals Over The West

  • There are -130 odds for an Eastern Conference team to win the NBA Finals.
  • The Brooklyn Nets have the shortest odds to win the NBA Finals at +275.
  • The Golden State Warriors have +325 odds to win the NBA Finals.

BROOKLYN – The NBA season is nearing the halfway point and it is time to start giving thought to who is going to win the NBA Finals. While it still might be too early to tell which teams are running ahead of the rest, there are odds on which conference will come out on top.

Online sportsbooks have any Eastern Conference team favored to win the NBA Finals with -130 odds.

2022 NBA Finals Winning Conference Odds

  • Eastern Conference -130
  • Western Conference +100

Nets, Bucks Carrying The East

The Eastern Conference has become more and more competitive over the years as they have won two of the last three NBA Finals. The East is favored to win one more again this season being that the Brooklyn Nets NBA Finals odds are the shortest of any team right now at +275.

Backing up the Nets odds, even more, is that they will be getting back Kyrie Irving before the mid-way point of the season. This adds even more championship experience to their team.

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As for the Milwaukee Bucks, they aren’t far behind at +800 odds and should not be counted out as the defending NBA Champions. Not only are they the defending champions, but Giannis Antetokounmpo has won two of the last three NBA MVP awards.

Warriors Back On Top, Suns Looking For Revenge

The Golden State Warriors seem to have returned to their championship-caliber team as they sit with the second shortest odds to win the finals (+325). They also have the best record in the league right now at 29-7. Golden State also has the best defense in the league so far as they allow just 101.5 ppg this season. The Warriors also have the second-highest point differential at +9.8.

Sitting right behind the Warriors are the Phoenix Suns with the second-best record at 28-8. They also have +800 odds to win the NBA Finals. Backing up the Suns is that they sit in the top five across the board in ppg (112.3, 3rd), opponent ppg (104.2, 4th), and point differential (7.5, 3rd). With the Suns coming off of an NBA Finals appearance last season, they added much-needed experience to a young team that still has veteran players such as Chris Paul and Devin Booker.