Klay Thompson Let Himself Go, Sofia Bevarly Screencaps Return & “Fatuve” Astros Fan

Here are your odds to win the NBA Finals, not that they matter

Charles Barkley said basically what we’re all thinking the other day in an interview with the New York Times: “The toughest thing for me is I have to get on TV and fake it for seven months that it’s not going to be the Warriors and Cavs in the finals again,” Barkley said. “Yes, it is.” Now I don’t think the Cavs are a lock, but these next 8 months of basketball is pretty meaningless. But I’ll still watch and pay attention because somehow the NBA is still entertaining even when we basically know who’s going to win. With that said and with the NBA opening their season last night, here’s your title odds:

  1. Warriors – 5/8   
  2. Cavs – 7/2
  3. Celtics – 8/1
  4. Rockets – 12/1
  5. Spurs – 12/1
  6. Thunder – 16/1
  7. Timberwolves – 33/1
  8. Bucks – 66/1
  9. Wizards – 66/1
  10. Nuggets – 100/1                                                                                                            

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If Cubs lose, they will be eighth reigning World Series champion to be swept in postseason series (last: 2005 Red Sox). Dodgers-Cubs, 9 ET

— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) October 18, 2017

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