Vegas Sets Golden State Warriors’ Over/Under For Wins At 66.5

The Golden State Warriors won 73 games last season, then went out and signed Kevin Durant in the offseason. Unsurprisingly, their over/under of 66.5 wins set by Las Vegas is the highest in the NBA.

The Westgate Las Vegas Race and Sports Superbook have set the over/unders for the 2016-17 season, which can be seen below listed in alphabetical order:

Atlanta Hawks: 43.5
Boston Celtics: 51.5
Brooklyn Nets: 20.5
Charlotte Hornets: 39.5
Chicago Bulls: 38.5
Cleveland Cavaliers: 56.5
Dallas Mavericks: 39.5
Denver Nuggets: 34.5
Detroit Pistons: 45.5
Golden State Warriors: 66.5
Houston Rockets: 41.5
Indiana Pacers: 43.5
Los Angeles Clippers: 53.5
Los Angeles Lakers: 24.5
Memphis Grizzlies: 43.5
Miami Heat: 36.5
Milwaukee Bucks: 39.5
Minnesota Timberwolves: 41.5
New Orleans Pelicans: 36.5
New York Knicks: 38.5
Oklahoma City Thunder: 45.5
Orlando Magic: 36.5
Philadelphia 76ers: 27.5
Phoenix Suns: 26.5
Portland Trail Blazers: 46.5
Sacramento Kings: 32.5
San Antonio Spurs: 56.5
Toronto Raptors: 49.5
Utah Jazz: 47.5
Washington Wizards: 42.5

While the Warriors are the favorite to win the most games, NBA fans are putting a lot of action on the Knicks to win the Finals at 80-1 odds, according to ESPN‘s David Purdum:

The Warriors, however, haven’t attracted the most overall bets to win the championship. At the SuperBook, more bets have been placed on the 80-1 longshot New York Knicks than any other team.