2016-17 NBA Team By Team Playoff Odds

Paddy Power is currently offering odds on whether each NBA team will make the playoffs or not this upcoming season. Here is a look at last year’s standings.

Each conference has a few similarities, especially towards the top of the list.Both the Warriors and Cavaliers do not have a “Yes” option posted, as the payout would be essentially nothing. The Celtics and Spurs have the highest odds posted in each conference at -10,000, while the Raptors and Clippers are the third highest in their respective conferences at -2,500.

Beyond that, there are no teams listed higher than -350 to make the playoffs. Both teams listed at +100 provide some value in my mind. The Knicks are already getting a lot of action in Vegas to win the NBA title at 80/1, while the Timberwolves have a young core of budding superstars that may make the next step this season and help the team sneak into the playoff picture.


Team Yes No
Atlanta -250 +175
Boston -10000 +3300
Brooklyn +3300 -6600
Charlotte -140 +100
Chicago +110 -150
Cleveland N/A +4000
Dallas +110 -150
Denver +190 -275
Detroit -275 +190
Golden State N/A +4000
Houston -140 +100
Indiana -330 +220
LA Lakers +3300 -10000
LA Clippers -2500 +850
Memphis -250 +175
Miami +175 -250
Milwaukee +140 -190
Minnesota +100 -140
New Orleans +175 -250
New York +100 -140
Oklahoma City -200 +150
Orlando +140 -190
Philadelphia +850 -2500
Phoenix +700 -1800
Portland -225 +160
Sacramento +400 -700
San Antonio -10000 +3300
Toronto -2500 +850
Utah -350 +225
Washington -150 +110

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