Westgate Superbook Releases Opening NBA Win Totals For 2018-19 Season

Written By Marc Meltzer on August 5, 2018 - Last Updated on August 7, 2018
NBA Win Totals

There’s a reason the SuperBook at the Westgate is one of the most popular sportsbooks in Nevada. They’re often the first sportsbook in Las Vegas to post odds for sports bettors. They’ve done it once again by being the first Las Vegas casino to postseason win totals for the NBA.

There won’t be any pushes on the over/under for NBA season win totals. Each early wager on an NBA season win total at the Westgate will be over or under the total since each total is a half game. That’s sure to change over time as wagers are made. Here are the first NBA season win totals for each team in the league.

NBA Win Totals 2018-19 (Westgate Superbook)

TeamOpening LineCurrent Line (8/5/18)
Atlanta Hawks23.523.5
Boston Celtics57.557.5
Brooklyn Nets32.532.5
Charlotte Hornets35.535.5
Chicago Bulls27.527.5
Cleveland Cavaliers30.530.5
Dallas Mavericks34.534.5
Denver Nuggets47.547.5
Detroit Pistons37.537.5
Golden State Warriors62.562.5
Houston Rockets54.554.5
Indiana Pacers47.547.5
Los Angeles Clippers35.535.5
Los Angeles Lakers48.548.5
Memphis Grizzlies34.534.5
Miami Heat41.541.5
Milwaukee Bucks46.546.5
Minnesota Timberwolves44.544.5
New Orleans Pelicans45.545.5
New York Knicks29.529.5
Oklahoma City Thunder50.550.5
Orlando Magic31.531.5
Philadelphia 76ers54.554.5
Phoenix Suns28.528.5
Portland Trailblazers41.541.5
Sacramento Kings25.525.5
San Antonio Spurs43.543.5
Toronto Raptors54.554.5
Utah Jazz48.548.5
Washington Wizards44.544.5

The NBA hasn’t released its schedule yet but the season should begin in mid to late October. These opening NBA season win totals will change regularly as bettors place wagers on the games.

The Westgate already has an extensive NBA wagering menu. There are propositions for every team to make the playoffs (the Warriors are -10000). They also have a prop on whether the Los Angeles Lakers will win the NBA Championship by the 2021-2022 finals (Yes +150, No -180). The world’s largest sportsbook also have NBA futures available for the championship, conference, and division winners.

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