NBA Win Totals 2022 - 2023

Projected NBA Wins For All 30 Teams

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NBA win totals for the 2022 – 2023 season are available to bet on now at top US sportsbooks with the season starting Tuesday. Top-tier teams are usually slated with win totals like 55.5 or 53.5. Bottom-tier teams are usually saddled with season over/unders around 24.5 to 26.5.

View win totals for every NBA team below.

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Over-under win totals for each NBA team are shown below.

Atlanta Hawks:

The Hawks (24-24) went 5-9 in December but have turned it around in January with Clint Capela returning to the lineup. They’re right in the Eastern Conference playoff picture and should be gunning for wins down the stretch to try and avoid the play-in tournament.

Boston Celtics:

The Celtics (35-14) opened the season with the highest projected win total (54.5) and they’ve lived up to the hype thus far with the best record in the NBA under new head coach Joe Mazzulla. 

Brooklyn Nets:

A polarizing pick before the season, the Nets were catching fire with 18 wins over 20 games before Kevin Durant (MCL) went down for a month. They started 2-3 without KD and oddsmakers are holding off on a new total with the MVP candidate out. 

Charlotte Hornets:

The Hornets (13-36) are one of several teams sinking toward the bottom in the hopes of landing a top pick in the draft lottery. They’re giving up the second-most PPG this season and have a public relations mess on their hands with Miles Bridges suspended. 

Chicago Bulls:

The Bulls (22-25) are clinging to the last play-in spot in the Eastern Conference and Zach LaVine is rumored to be on the trading block ahead of the deadline. 

Cleveland Cavaliers:

The Cavs (29-20) look to be on pace to exceed their preseason projection of 47.5 wins. They will probably need to win 48-plus games to host a playoff series in the competitive East. 

Dallas Mavericks:

There is hardly any separation in the Western Conference with just a couple of games separating Dallas in sixth place from the Lakers in 13th place. The Mavs are floating around .500 with a disappointing defense, but they have a prime MVP candidate in Luka Doncic. 

Denver Nuggets:

Nikola Jokic is leading the field to win a third straight MVP and the Nuggets have won 20 of their last 24 games, including a couple without The Joker. They’re deep, talented, and leading the West.  

Detroit Pistons:

The Pistons (12-37) have shut down Cade Cunningham (shin) for the season in an effort to boost their lottery chances. 

Golden State Warriors:

The Warriors (43.5 wins) have been confounding in terms of their stark home/road splits, but they’ve flashed the potential to win another title with big wins in high-profile games. 

Houston Rockets:

The Rockets (11-36) have lost 15 straight games as of January 25 and are well ahead of the worst teams in the Western Conference in terms of tanking.

Indiana Pacers:

Another team that is off the board right now due to an injured star, the Pacers lost six straight after Tyrese Haliburton (elbow) went down.

Los Angeles Clippers:

The Clippers (43.5 wins) are falling well short of their preseason projection of 52.5 wins after hovering around .500 throughout the first half of the season with Kawhi Leonard and Paul George leading a list of players missing time. 

Los Angeles Lakers:

LeBron James has kept the Lakers afloat with Anthony Davis (foot) reportedly close to a return. The Lakers traded for Rui Hachimura and oddsmakers are holding off on an adjustment with more trades potentially imminent. 

Memphis Grizzlies:

The Grizzlies (53.5 wins) got hot with 11 straight wins before struggling on their road trip in late January. Their preseason projection was much lower at 47.5 wins, so they’re exceeding expectations yet again.

Miami Heat:

The Heat (44.5 wins) struggled with continuity early in the season but are starting to turn a corner with most of their starters available on a more consistent basis. 

Milwaukee Bucks:

Giannis Antetokounmpo sat out five games with knee soreness but he’s back along with Khris Middleton (knee/wrist) as the Bucks look to get hot and push for a top seed. 

Minnesota Timberwolves:

Trading for Rudy Gobert hasn’t helped the Wolves much in terms of wins and losses, and their chemistry is still a question mark with Karl-Anthony Towns (calf) nearing a return. 

New Orleans Pelicans:

The Pelicans are still at their preseason projection with very short odds on the over, since Zion Williamson (hamstring) is close to a return and Brandon Ingram (foot) should be back when he gets cleared.

New York Knicks:

The Knicks (42.5 wins) are far more competent offensively with Jalen Brunson earning his four-year contract and Julius Randle returning to elite form. They’ve struggled against teams with winning records, but are still sitting above .500 in late January.

Oklahoma City Thunder:

The Thunder (38.5 wins) are one of the most surprising teams in basketball this season with Shai Gilgeous-Alexander emerging as a virtual lock for All-NBA and Josh Giddey coming on strong in his second season. 

Orlando Magic:

The Magic (31.5 wins) now have three wins over the first-place Celtics this season and they’ve shown that they can give certain teams fits with their versatile frontcourt. 

Philadelphia 76ers:

After a rough start to the season, the 76ers (51.5 wins) are back to their preseason projection with -110 odds on the over at DraftKings. Joel Embiid and James Harden look unstoppable in pick-and-roll sets. 

Phoenix Suns:

The Suns lost 12 of 14 games with Chris Paul and Devin Booker out for most of that stretch, but they’ve started to rattle off wins with CP3 back from a heel issue. 

Portland Trail Blazers:

The Blazers (39.5 wins) started red hot and actually led the Western Conference early, but they’ve regressed to a .500 team and are back to their preseason projection. 

Sacramento Kings:

The Kings (45.5 wins) seem destined to snap their 16-year playoff drought with De’Aaron Fox and Domantas Sabonis keying a top-tier offense and Mike Brown coaching up a decent defense. 

San Antonio Spurs:

The Spurs (21.5 wins) are sitting at 14-33 in late January with a much more competitive offense than we saw during their 15-game losing streak in December. Their defense remains one of the worst in basketball and they might trade Jakob Poeltl. 

Toronto Raptors:

The Raptors (38.5 wins) are one of the more intriguing teams to watch ahead of the trade deadline and they could fall out of play-in contention if they trade Fred VanVleet or OG Anunoby. 

Utah Jazz:

The Jazz (40.5) have only slightly faded after their hot start, with Lauri Markkanen putting up huge numbers and Mike Conley providing a stable veteran presence.

Washington Wizards:

The Wizards have been mired in mediocrity for years and could become movers at the trade deadline if they want to plummet toward the bottom or make a big deal to try and climb into the playoffs. 

Here is a look at what NBA win totals looked like on September 28, just a few weeks before the start of the 2022 regular season.

TeamOver PriceUnder Price
Atlanta HawksOver 44.5 (-110)Under 44.5 (-110)
Boston CelticsOver 54.5 (-110)Under 54.5 (-110)
Brooklyn NetsOver 50.5 (-110)Under 50.5 (-110)
Charlotte HornetsOver 36.5 (-112)Under 36.5 (-112)
Chicago BullsOver 43.5 (-112)Under 43.5 (-112)
Cleveland CavaliersOver 46.5 (-110)Under 46.5 (-110)
Dallas MavericksOver 48.5 (-110)Under 48.5 (-110)
Denver NuggetsOver 49.5 (-110)Under 49.5 (-110)
Detroit PistonsOver 28.5 (-110)Under 28.5 (-110)
Golden State WarriorsOver 51.5 (-110)Under 51.5 (-110)
Houston RocketsOver 23.5 (-110)Under 23.5 (-110)
Indiana Pacers Over 24.5 (-110)Under 24.5 (-110)
Los Angeles ClippersOver 52.5 (-110)Under 52.5 (-110)
Los Angeles LakersOver 45.5 (-110)Under 45.5 (-110)
Memphis GrizzliesOver 48.5 (-110)Under 48.5 (-110)
Miami HeatOver 48.5 (-110)Under 48.5 (-110)
Milwaukee BucksOver 52.5 (-110)Under 52.5 (-110)
Minnesota TimberwolvesOver 48.5 (-110)Under 48.5 (-110)
New Orleans PelicansOver 44.5 (-110)Under 44.5 (-110)
New York KnicksOver 39.5 (-110)Under 39.5 (-110)
Oklahoma City ThunderOver 23.5 (-110)Under 23.5 (-110)
Orlando MagicOver 26.5 (-110)Under 26.5 (-110)
Philadelphia 76ersOver 50.5 (-110)Under 50.5 (-110)
Phoenix SunsOver 51.5 (-110)Under 51.5 (-110)
Portland TrailblazersOver 39.5 (-110)Under 39.5 (-110)
Sacramento KingsOver 33.5 (-110)Under 33.5 (-110)
San Antonio SpursOver 22.5 (-110)Under 22.5 (-110)
Toronto RaptorsOver 45.5 (-112)Under 45.5 (-112)
Utah JazzOver 24.5 (-112)Under 24.5 (-112)
Washington WizardsOver 33.5 (-112)Under 33.5 (-112)

How to bet NBA Futures

Futures bets are propositions, usually on how a team might fair during the season or postseason. Odds are set very early during the offseason on most sportsbooks, including the favorites to win the NBA Finals.

As of October 12, 2022, the LA Clippers were the favorites to win it all at +550. That means a bet of $100 would win you $550 (for a total payout of $650) if Kawhi Leonard and company were to bring it home.

Odds are also available on Division Winners, Conference Winners, and all of the individual Postseason Awards such as MVP, Sixth Man of the Year, and more.

When a team or player is considered likely to win an award or a division, they will be listed with negative odds. So, for example, the Milwaukee Bucks were -5000 to take the Central Division heading into last season. It would have taken a bet of $5000 to win $100 because Milwaukee was such an overwhelming favorite to win a division that features the likes of the Indiana Pacers, Chicago Bulls, Cleveland Cavaliers and Detroit Pistons.

The most important thing about futures bets is to not overreact. There is so much hype surrounding professional sports, especially after such a tumultuous offseason, that it’s important to slow down and consider the tangible impact of each player added.

Yes, the Nets are impressive on paper. But with so many contenders in the field, consider the level of risk compared to the reward, as +700 odds are not that great when choosing one team out of a field of 30.

These odds are set in order to inspire action. The lines move based on how much action they get and are often an indication of where the public is leaning.

Where do I find NBA win totals in a sportsbook?

In order to find win totals on an online sportsbook, simply click the NBA tab and look for a subset labeled “Team Wins” or “Regular Season Win Totals.”

All 30 NBA teams should be listed with a proposition listed between two numbers. If a book lists a team on an exact number and they hit that number, it’s a “Push” and your bet is returned.

NBA win totals FAQ

Where can I bet on season win totals in the US?

Sports betting is currently legal at a regulated sportsbook in the following states:

Legislation is on the table in a number of states with the more states sure to legalize sports betting in the upcoming years.

When does the 2022 – 2023 NBA season start?

The regular season is slated to start on Oct. 18, 2022.