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  • The 2022-23 NBA season tips off on October 19 with the traditional 82-game schedule
  • The are among teams projected for most wins
  • Compare the odds for all 30 teams across a few of our top online sports betting sites

With the NBA continuing its standard 82-game regular season from late October through the postseason beginning in April, sportsbooks have posted the usual over/under win totals for all 30 teams.

See the win totals from the leading online sportsbooks within the graphs and table below.

Highest & Lowest Projected NBA Win Totals

  • Aug. 25: Boston has opened with the highest win total at 54.5, two games higher than any other team. The Clippers and Bucks are both at 52.5.

2022-23 NBA Season Win Totals

Team Win Total & Odds
Atlanta Hawks 45.5 (-120o/+100u)
Boston Celtics 54.5 (+100o/-120u)
Brooklyn Nets 51.5 (-125o/+105u)
Charlotte Hornets 36.5 (-115o/-105u)
Chicago Bulls 43.5 (-110o/-110u)
Cleveland Cavaliers 42.5 (-135o/+105u)
Dallas Mavericks 48.5 (-115o/-105u)
Denver Nuggets 49.5 (-140o/+110u)
Detroit Pistons 28.5 (-115o/-105u)
Golden State Warriors 51.5 (-115o/-105u)
Houston Rockets 23.5 (-125o/+100u)
Indiana Pacers 24.5 (-115o/-105u)
Los Angeles Clippers 52.5 (-120o/+100u)
Los Angeles Lakers 45.5 (-105o/-120u)
Memphis Grizzlies 48.5 (-125o/+105u)
Miami Heat 48.5 (-110o/-110u)
Milwaukee Bucks 52.5 (-105o/-115u)
Minnesota Timberwolves 48.5 (-120o/+100u)
New Orleans Pelicans 44.5 (-140o/+110u)
New York Knicks 39.5 (-110o/-110u)
Oklahoma City Thunder 23.5 (+100o/-130u)
Orlando Magic 26.5 (-120o/+100u)
Philadelphia 76ers 50.5 (+100/-120u)
Phoenix Suns 51.5 (-115o/-105u)
Portland Trail Blazers 39.5 (-115o/-105u)
Sacramento Kings 36.5 (-105o/-115u)
San Antonio Spurs 22.5 (-115o/-105u)
Toronto Raptors 45.5 (-110o/-110u)
Utah Jazz 30.5 (-105o/-120u)
Washington Wizards 35.5 (+100o/-120u)

Odds as of August 25, 2022, at DraftKings Sportsbook

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Archived NBA Win Totals: 2021-22, 2020-21, 2019-20, 2018-19

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Mitch graduated from Ryerson University's Sport Media program in June of 2018, and has been with SBD since 2019. He's worked in broadcast and digital for the Score, Sportsnet, TSN & CBC and has done play-by-play work for basketball at all levels including NCAA, Pan Am Games & U Sports.