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Heat and Spurs in Mix for 2015, but Futures Remain Uncertain

Betting On The 2015 Nba Championship

 

 

 

 

The Miami Heat qualified for their fourth consecutive finals appearance before bursting into flames. The San Antonio Spurs rallied after a tragic exit in 2013 only to cap off a 15-year-long fairy tale in 2014. But what happens now? Fans looking to bet on the NBA in 2014-2015 need to start thinking about what comes next.

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The runner-up, Miami Heat, tops the sportsbook with odds of 7/2 to win the NBA Championship, just days after the 2014 champion crowning. LeBron James can opt out of his contract this summer, but that doesn’t necessarily mean that he will.

Could LeBron possibly improve his current situation in Miami? Oddsmakers aren’t so sure.

Tim Duncan and the Spurs are at a pivotal juncture. It’s widely expected that the 38-year-old man will strongly consider retirement. Will the fifth ring be the deciding factor? From a skills and health perspective, he certainly doesn’t have to retire, making the decision all the more difficult.

The Oklahoma City Thunder (6/1) and the Chicago Bulls (9/1) are joining the Heat and Spurs as early contenders for the next title. We like the idea of a victorious Kevin Durant, but will need more convincing before hopping back on the Derrick Rose bandwagon.

That’s where you come in. Weigh in on the 2014-2015 campaign early.

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