2019-20 NBA Win Totals For All 30 Teams: Bucks Lead The Way After Insane Offseason

Sep 09, 2019 02:03 PM EDT
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  • Check out the win totals for all 30 NBA teams entering the 2019 season (via Westgate, PointsBet, DraftKings and FanDuel).

The Los Angeles Clippers have officially won the offseason by landing free agent Kawhi Leonard and adding Paul George in a trade with the Oklahoma City Thunder.

Prior to the Clippers moves, their win total was set at 49.5 and they are now between 54.5 at Westgate and 56.5 at DraftKings.

When you look at the other L.A. team, the Lakers, their win total moved from 51.5 to 56.5 right after landing Anthony Davis from the New Orleans Pelicans, but have since shifted back down to between 50 and 51.5 at the majority of books.

Even after losing All-Star center DeMarcus Cousins to injury, the Lakers’ win total has stayed stagnant across the market.

At FanDuel, PointsBet and Westgate, the Milwaukee Bucks have the highest win total in the NBA between 57.5 and 58 wins.

At DraftKings, the Clippers and Bucks are knotted at 56 wins.

The Bucks finished with 60 wins last season, the highest mark in the NBA.

In 2018-19, the Warriors entered the regular season with the highest win total for the fourth consecutive season.

Looking ahead to 2019-20, the NBA landscape has officially shifted. With Kawhi Leonard, Paul George and Anthony Davis all playing in Los Angeles now, the Lakers and Clippers are near the top of the board after free agency.

Without further ado, here are win totals for all 30 NBA teams…

All odds and win totals are as of September 9, 2019 (via Westgate, PointsBet, DraftKings and FanDuel)

2019-20 NBA Win Totals


NBA Opening Win Totals

  • Milwaukee Bucks: 55.5
  • Philadelphia Sixers: 54.5
  • Houston Rockets: 53.5
  • Toronto Raptors: 53.5
  • Los Angeles Clippers: 51.5
  • Los Angeles Lakers: 51.5
  • Brooklyn Nets: 50.5
  • Denver Nuggets: 50.5
  • Utah Jazz: 50.5
  • Boston Celtics: 48.5
  • Indiana Pacers: 47.5
  • Golden State Warriors: 46.5
  • Oklahoma City Thunder: 46.5
  • Portland Trail Blazers: 45.5
  • San Antonio Spurs: 44.5
  • Dallas Mavericks: 41.5
  • New York Knicks: 37.5
  • Orlando Magic: 35.5
  • Detroit Pistons: 34.5
  • Miami Heat: 34.5
  • Minnesota Timberwolves: 34.5
  • Sacramento Kings: 33.5
  • Atlanta Hawks: 32.5
  • Charlotte Hornets: 32.5
  • New Orleans Pelicans: 31.5
  • Washington Wizards: 28.5
  • Chicago Bulls: 27.5
  • Memphis Grizzlies: 27.5
  • Phoenix Suns: 25.5
  • Cleveland Cavaliers: 23.5
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