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2022 NBA Eastern and Western Conference Odds Tracker

Updated: June 27, 2022

This page monitored the odds to win the NBA’s Eastern and Western Conferences in the 2021-22 season. The Golden State Warriors (West) and Boston Celtics (East) wound up champions of their respective conferences, with the Warriors ultimately hoisting the Larry O’Brien Trophy. If you are looking for the current NBA Conference odds, follow that link.

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As the graph above shows, the odds for the Celtics to win the East fluctuated drastically during the regular season. Boston was actually a game under .500 at the midway point of the season.

Odd to Win NBA Eastern Conference

Team Odds
Boston Celtics -1250
Miami Heat +750

Odds as of May 26th at Barstool Sportsbook

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[May 26] After their blowout win in Game 5, the Celtics are whopping favorites to win the Eastern Conference Finals

[May 24] Despite all four games trending towards blowouts, the Celtics are the favorite with the series at 2-2 heading to Miami

[May 20] With a dominant Game 2 win in their back pockets, the Celtics head back to Boston as -235 favorites to win the series and reach the Finals

[May 18] After the Game 1 victory, Miami has become series favorites

[May 16] Despite not having the home court advantage for the ECF, the Celtics have opened up as heavy favorite to advance to the Finals

[May 13] After knocking out the 76ers in Game 6 on Thursday night, the Heat have moved to the favorite in the East as short as +110

[May 12] Milwaukee has regained its status as East favorite after a stunner of a comeback Game 5 win in Boston, while the Heat have shortened to +150 as they head to Philly looking to lock up a berth in the ECF on Thursday night

[May 10] The Celtics are your new Eastern Conference favorites after winning Game 4 in Milwaukee and also taking the spot as series favorite vs the Bucks

[May 9] Despite winning both games at home in the return of Joel Embiid to the lineup, the 76ers are still only +550 to win the East, while Miami remains +225. The health and effectiveness of Kyle Lowry should be of concern to Heat fans

[May 3] The Sixers may not be long for the playoffs if Joel Embiid cannot return quickly, as the Heat easily handled Philly in Game 1

[May 2] Philly’s price has tumbled to +800 with uncertainty surrounding Embiid’s facial fracture and concussion, while the Bucks have shortened to favorites over the Cs after their Game 1 victory at TD Garden

[April 29] The Sixers were the last team in the East to advance, and unsurprisingly are last among teams expected to advance to the Finals. The Heat actually saw their odds shorten when the 76ers locked up their 2nd round berth

[April 28] With uncertainty over the status of Jimmy Butler and Kyle Lowry, as well as the Celtics facing the Bucks without Middleton, Boston’s odds have shortened to +150 to win the East while Miami saw a slight fade

[April 27] After finishing off the Hawks in Game 5 without Kyle Lowry and Jimmy Butler, the Heat have seen their odds to win the East shorten to +180, just behind the Celtics

[April 25] The Celtics odds as favorites shortened further, while the Bucks had no problem in Chicago without Khris Middleton blowing out the Bulls twice over the weekend – their odds have shortened back to +275

[April 21] After taking a 2-0 lead against the Nets on Wednesday, the Celtics are now favorites to win the Eastern Conference with odds as short as +225

[April 19] Despite holding a 2-0 lead over Toronto, the market isn’t seeing too much value in the Sixers to come out of the East. Their odds have just shortened from +600 to +550 at Barstool Sportsbook

[April 14] With the playoff paths in the East now set, the Nets odds have faded to as long as +450 as their first two rounds would be against the Nets as well as the Bucks. Miami could possibly face the young Raptors in the second round – who are being picked by many to upset Philly – leading to a shortening of their price

[April 11] Philly has seen their odds to come out of the East take the biggest hit, now as long as +600 as they face a tough first round series against Nick Nurse and the Raptors

[April 4] Miami has reclaimed the #1 seed in the East, but the +500 odds show the books aren’t buying them heading in to the playoffs

[March 28] The Heat’s odds continue tumbling, as they’re now +500 to win the Eastern Conference after losing the grip on the #1 seed

[March 20] There’s been no major change in the Eastern Conference odds the last two weeks, but the Heat have shortened to +400 as they try to get healthier ahead of the postseason

[March 8] In the yo-yoing at the top of the Eastern Conference standings, the Nets have moved back to favorites’ position with Kevin Durant returning to the floor

[February 17] With the James Harden-Ben Simmons trade now complete, both the 76ers and Nets have fallen behind the Bucks – who are now favorites to win the Eastern Conference

[February 10] Now a three-horse race at the top of the odds board, the 76ers jumped in to second at odds of +240 on FanDuel Sportsbook after acquiring James Harden and getting rid of Ben Simmons.

[February 7] The Cavaliers have officially entered the race in the East acquiring Caris LeVert on Sunday, shortening their odds to +2100 at FanDuel. The Nets remain favorites despite their losing skid, while the Bucks price has tightened up as Milwaukee looks to repeat as champions

[January 25] Miami still remains the third choice in the conference at the books, despite currently sitting atop the conference. Is now the time to buy the Heat?

[January 13] Not much of a change in the Eastern Conference odds, the Bulls have shortened in to a tie for fourth with the 76ers at odds of +1000

[December 10] The top three favorites remain the same, while the Hawks are now +1900, and the Bulls have improved to +1200 at FanDuel

[November 1] The Bulls have vaulted themselves in to the top six with their phenomenal start to the campaign, now at odds of +2100 with FanDuel

[October 19] Milwaukee has seen their odds shorten to +300 ahead of opening night against the Nets

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Odd to Win NBA Western Conference

Team Odds
Golden State Warriors -10000
Phoenix Suns +2000

Odds as of May 24th.

[May 24] Even if the Mavericks survive and win Game 4, the Warriors are overwhelming favorites to advance

[May 20] Looking ahead to Game 2 after a blowout opening win against the Mavs, Golden State are heavy favorites to make the Finals

[May 16] After a stunner of a Game 7 blowout win in Phoenix, the Mavericks have advanced to the WCF against the Warriors – in which they are significant underdogs

[May 13] The Mavericks once again used home cooking to blowout the Phoenix Suns, forcing a Game 7 back in the desert on Sunday. Their odds shortened from +2000 to +800 to emerge from the West

[May 12] Despite the blowout loss in Memphis, the Warriors are still odds-on Western Conference favorites

[May 10] The Warriors further shortened their position as odds-on West favorite after gritting out a low scoring win against the Grizzlies in Game 4

[May 9] With their 2-1 series lead against Memphis and Game 4 looming without Ja Morant on the floor, the Golden State Warriors are odds-on favorites to represent the West in the NBA Finals at Barstool Sportsbook

[May 3] Phoenix’s Game 1 win vaulted them to favorites out in the West, while the Mavericks odds faded to as long as 15-1 at some books

[May 2] Golden State has seen their price shorten to as much as +100 after the Game 1 victory over the Grizzlies

[April 29] As Devin Booker returned to the lineup and the Suns advanced, their odds to win the West re-shortened to +150

[April 28] With a Game 6 facing them in NOLA, the Suns odds have taken a slight fade back to +200

[April 27] After falling as long as +240, the convincing Game 5 win has shortened the Suns odds back to +175

[April 25] Despite losing in New Orleans Sunday night and now faced with a 2-2 series, the Suns are still just +240 to come out of the West

[April 22] Major shakeup in the odds after a night of Western Conference Playoff action. The Warriors are now the favorites after taking a 3-0 lead in Denver and the news of Devin Booker’s hamstring strain has sent the Suns out to odds as long as +450

[April 21] As Devin Booker may need to sit out both games in New Orleans, the Suns have fallen just behind Golden State in the Western Conference odds

[April 19] After a dispiriting Game 1 loss to the Timberwolves, Memphis has seen their odds tumble to +1000

[April 14] Memphis’ price has shortened down to +450 in the last few days, while the Mavericks odds have taken a hit due to the unknown around Luka Doncic’s injury

[April 11] Utah’s struggles defensively over the last month of the season have seen their odds tumble to sixth best in the conference

[March 28] The Suns remain consensus favorites, while the Jazz and Grizzlies are now tied for the third best odds in the conference

[March 20} With Curry’s injury, Phoenix has shortened to odds of +125 to come out of the West, while the Lakers slide continues as they are now 60-1 and tied with New Orleans for 9th in Play-In Tournament seeding

[March 8] The Lakers tumble continues, now at odds of +3000

[February 17] The Warriors and Suns are now co-favorites in the Western Conference

[February 7] The Suns have only lost twice since the calendar turned, and their price is now closing in on the odds of the favored Warriors

[January 25] As their struggles extend, the Lakers have seen their odds to win the West fall to +850 from +550

[January 13] With Klay Thompson’s return to the court, the Warriors are now +220 favorites at the FanDuel Sportsbook to win the Western Conference

[December 10] The Warriors have now moved up to the favorite as the Lakers teetering at .500 have slid to fourth

[November 1] With the Lakers struggling to put together cohesion due to their new roster early on, LAL odds have fallen to +260

[October 19] We have seen no odds movement in the odds to win the West since training camp began, with opening night on deck.

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