NBA Win Totals 2023 – 2024

Projected NBA Wins For All 30 Teams

NBA win totals over unders season
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NBA win totals for the 2023 – 2024 season are currently available to bet on. Top-tier teams like the Denver Nuggets and Boston Celtics are usually slated with win totals like 55.5 wins or 53.5 wins ahead of the start of the season. Bottom-tier teams like the Washington Wizards and Detroit Pistons are usually saddled with season over/unders around 24.5 to 26.5 wins.

View win totals for every NBA team below.

NBA win totals

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Here are what NBA totals looked like when they were initially posted.

TeamOver PriceUnder Price
Atlanta HawksOver 42.5 (-125)Under 42.5 (+105)
Boston CelticsOver 53.5 (-135)Under 53.5 (+110)
Brooklyn NetsOver 37.5 (-110)Under 37.5 (-110)
Charlotte HornetsOver 31.5 (-120)Under 31.5 (+100)
Chicago BullsOver 37.5 (-110)Under 37.5 (-110)
Cleveland CavaliersOver 49.5 (-120)Under 49.5 (+100)
Dallas MavericksOver 45.5 (+100)Under 45.5 (-120)
Denver NuggetsOver 54.5 (-120)Under 54.5 (+100)
Detroit PistonsOver 27.5 (+100)Under 27.5 (-120)
Golden State WarriorsOver 49.5 (+105)Under 49.5 (-125)
Houston RocketsOver 31.5 (-120)Under 31.5 (+100)
Indiana Pacers Over 35.5 (-140)Under 35.5 (+115)
Los Angeles ClippersOver 46.5 (-110) Under 46.5 (-110)
Los Angeles LakersOver 48.5 (+100)Under 48.5 (-120)
Memphis GrizzliesOver 45.5 (-110)Under 45.5 (-110)
Miami HeatOver 48.5 (-125)Under 48.5 (+105)
Milwaukee BucksOver 52.5 (-135)Under 52.5 (+110)
Minnesota TimberwolvesOver 43.5 (-135)Under 43.5 (+110)
New Orleans PelicansOver 43.5 (-135)Under 43.5 (+110)
New York KnicksOver 43.5 (-135)Under 43.5 (+110)
Oklahoma City ThunderOver 43.5 (-125)Under 43.5 (+105)
Orlando MagicOver 35.5 (-140)Under 35.5 (+115)
Philadelphia 76ersOver 49.5 (-125)Under 49.5 (+105)
Phoenix SunsOver 51.5 (-105)Under 51.5 (-115)
Portland TrailblazersOver 37.5 (-110)Under 37.5 (-110)
Sacramento KingsOver 43.5 (-135)Under 43.5 (+110)
San Antonio SpursOver 30.5 (+100)Under 30.5 (-120)
Toronto RaptorsOver 37.5 (+110)Under 37.5 (-135)
Utah JazzOver 34.5 (-140)Under 34.5 (+115)
Washington WizardsOver 24.5 (-125)Under 24.5 (-105)

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

Atlanta Hawks:

Following a somewhat middling regular season, the Hawks recorded a rousing play-in tournament victory over the Heat but subsequently bowed out of the postseason with a first-round loss in six games to the Celtics. Atlanta remained quiet in terms of veteran acquisitions this offseason save for a trade for Patty Mills. The addition of Michigan standout Kobe Bufkin in the first round gives the team another potentially prolific backcourt asset alongside Trae Young and the re-signed Dejounte Murray, as the Hawks try to keep pace with the likes of Miami, Boston and Milwaukee, among others, in the Eastern Conference.

Boston Celtics:

After nearly pulling off a comeback for the ages in the ECF, the Celtics made some major moves in an attempt to put them over the top. Brad Stevens acquired Kristaps Porzingis and Jrue Holiday via separate trades as Marcus Smart, Malcolm Brogdon and Rob Williams exited Boston.

Brooklyn Nets:

Another season of roster upheaval for the Nets worked out reasonably well considering the team still made the postseason following the trades of Kyrie Irving and Kevin Durant. Spencer Dinwiddie was highly productive in his return to the Empire State, and Cameron Johnson, who came on strong late, re-signed on a four-year deal this offseason. The additions of Darius Bazley, Dennis Smith Jr. and Lonnie Walker IV stand to improve the club’s depth significantly, but with an Over/Under of 37.5 wins, regression from last season’s record is expected.

Charlotte Hornets:

What began as a somewhat encouraging 2022-23 season for the Hornets eventually derailed, with LaMelo Ball’s ankle injury playing a significant role. However, Ball will be healthy coming into the new campaign and just signed a five-year max extension. Meanwhile, one of Charlotte’s most important offseason additions could well be a player that sat out last season, Miles Bridges, who’ll be looking to build on what was a season-best 2021-22 campaign. No. 2 overall pick Brandon Miller should also make an immediate impact, with the cumulative additions potentially leaving Charlotte in position to author one of the best season-over-season improvements in either conference despite the team’s highest win total prop currently being set at a modest 31.5.

Chicago Bulls:

The Bulls limped into the play-in round and then quickly bowed out with a 102-91 loss to the Heat, the culmination of a season in which Chicago underachieved relative to the names on its roster. Solid depth in the form of Jevon Carter and Torrey Craig was added this offseason and also maintained with the re-signing of Coby White. Lonzo Ball is expected to miss a second consecutive season in 2023-24, but the trio of DeMar DeRozan, Zach LaVine and Nikola Vucevic returns and is expected to spearhead the team’s efforts once again.

Cleveland Cavaliers:

The Cavs’ second consecutive winning regular season still culminated in disappointment when the team fell to the Knicks in the EC quarterfinal round in five games. The Darius Garland-Donovan Mitchell was largely a success in its first season, and Cleveland’s offseason addition of Ty Jerome, Damian Jones, Georges Niang and Max Strus has the potential to give the club some added scoring punch. Oddsmakers give the Cavs a fighting chance of putting together a successful encore with an Over/Under total of 49.5-50.5 wins.

Dallas Mavericks:

A flurry of offseason moves predictably followed what ultimately was a profoundly disappointing season for the Mavericks despite another MVP-caliber campaign for Luka Doncic. While the Kyrie Irving addition wasn’t always a perfect fit, the superstar did re-sign on a three-year deal this offseason. Veterans Seth Curry and Grant Willliams will give the roster a noteworthy infusion of long-distance shooting, while Richaun Holmes is a big capable of contributing handily on both the scoreboard and glass while backing up the returning Dwight Powell. The team’s Over/Under of 44.5-45.5 wins underscores the faith in a notable improvement.

Denver Nuggets:

The defending champions predictably haven’t made many waves this offseason and lost key bench components in Bruce Brown and Jeff Green. However, second-year guard Christian Braun, who had his moments during Denver’s title run, is expected to take a big step forward, and the Jamal Murray-Nikola Jokic-Michael Porter trio are still naturally expected to spearhead the team’s offensive efforts. Reggie Jackson and DeAndre Jordan are veteran returnees that offer experienced depth, and the addition of Justin Holiday offers the Nuggets’ bench some versatility. Mike Malone’s squad is right at the top of the heap alongside the Celtics with an Over/Under of 53.5-54.5 wins.

Detroit Pistons:

Another lost season for the Pistons led to a coaching change and the addition of some offensive punch this offseason. Monte Morris and Joe Harris are quality veterans that should be fine complementary pieces, although not franchise-changers by any means. Rookie fifth overall pick Ausar Thompson adds to an impressive collection of versatile young talent that already includes Cade Cunningham, Jaden Ivey, Jalen Duren and Isaiah Stewart, the latter having signed a four-year extension this offseason.

Golden State Warriors:

After a solid regular season led to a semifinal-round ouster in six games by the Lakers, the Warriors made a major move at point guard this offseason with the trade acquisition of Chris Paul. Draymond Green also stayed put on a four-year deal and valuable veterans Cory Joseph and Dario Saric were brought into the fold. The loss of Jordan Poole in exchange for Paul underscores the team’s belief it can capitalize on its current window fueled by the efforts of a prime Stephen Curry and finally healthy Klay Thompson.

Houston Rockets:

The Rockets have already garnered more attention this offseason than a team coming off a 22-60 record normally would. Not only was the hiring of new head coach Ime Udoka especially noteworthy, but so was an early free-agency flurry that netted Fred Van Vleet and Dillon Brooks. The additions of veterans Jeff Green and Aaron Holiday on one-year deals could pay off nicely as well, while Jock Landale joins Alperen Sengun in the frontcourt to give Houston a young, high-upside center duo. The arrival of rookie fourth overall pick Amen Thompson gives Udoka an embarrassment of riches in terms of young talent considering the presence of Jabari Smith Jr., Jalen Green and fellow first-rounder Cam Whitmore on the roster.

Indiana Pacers:

Neither Tyrese Haliburton’s breakout campaign – which landed him a max contract extension this offseason – nor Bennedict Mathurin’s impressive rookie season was enough to get Indiana close to a winning record, but the duo got some help this offseason. The addition of Bruce Brown from the defending champion Nuggets and the underused but talented Obi Toppin from the Knicks affords the Pacers some excellent depth, while rookie first-round pick Ben Sheppard enjoyed a standout four-year college career as a shooter and could provide a solid offensive punch off the bench as a rookie.

Los Angeles Clippers:

The Clippers had the misfortune of losing both Paul George and Kawhi Leonard to injury at a critical juncture last season, ultimately resulting in a 4-1 first-round playoff loss to the Suns. However, L.A. will run it back with its stretch-run version of its Big Three – George, Leonard and the re-signed Russell Westbrook – the latter proving to be a reasonably good fit after arriving from the Lakers and consequently brought back on a two-year deal this offseason. The addition of the underrated Kenyon Martin Jr. via trade with the Rockets and the drafting of promising big man Kobe Brown also gives head coach Tyrann Lue valuable depth pieces.

Los Angeles Lakers:

The Lakers were one of the pace-setters in the league in sheer offseason transaction volume, and most important, got a commitment of least one more season out of LeBron James, who’d hinted at the possibility of retirement after L.A.’s postseason ouster at the hands of the Nuggets. In terms of new additions, arrivals Taurean Prince, Cam Reddish and Gabe Vincent all have solid resumes and boast plenty of versatility, while the re-signings of Rui Hachimura, D’Angelo Russell and Austin Reaves give the Lakers a trio of offensively talented under-30 pieces to complement the efforts of James and Anthony Davis.

Memphis Grizzlies:

The Grizzlies will be without Ja Morant – potentially for up to 25 games – to open the season, but Memphis prepared for that contingency despite curiously allowing super-sub Tyus Jones to depart to the Wizards via trade. Marcus Smart arrived via the same transaction, while Derrick Rose also was brought aboard as depth on a multi-year deal. The retaining of Desmond Bane via a $207 million extension was the other major offseason move for a squad that disappointingly bowed out of the postseason in the first round, but with Morant’s projected extended absence, the Grizz’s projected win total is notably listed at 45.5.

Miami Heat:

The defending Eastern Conference champions brought in a couple of capable veterans this offseason in Thomas Bryant and 2015 second-round pick Josh Richardson, which should offer solid offensive and defensive contributions, respectively. Miami continues to be considered a leading candidate to land Damian Lillard from the Trail Blazers as of the latter portion of July, a move that would provide a boost to the 49.5-win projected total the Heat currently sports.

Milwaukee Bucks:

An alarming first-round ouster from the postseason by the Heat led to a busy offseason thus far for last year’s top Eastern Conference seed. The biggest of the moves was landing All-Star Damian Lillard in a three-team trade with the Trail Blazers and Suns. Capable veterans Malik Beasley and Jae Crowder are aboard on one-year deals, while key incumbents Brook Lopez and Khris Middleton were re-signed. Milwaukee carries the East’s highest projected win total just ahead of Boston, but the margin between the two teams should once again be razor-thin this coming season.

Minnesota Timberwolves:

The T-Wolves’ solid regular season was encouraging, but only slight improvement in a tough Western Conference is expected based on Minnesota’s 2023-24 projected win total. The roster continues largely unchanged from last season; the addition of Shake Milton for guard depth serves as the most noteworthy offseason acquisition, while the re-signing of Anthony Edwards locks in the team’s most important player.

New Orleans Pelicans:

A solid regular season led to a play-in tournament loss to the Thunder for New Orleans, which had to make do without Zion Williamson from January 4 onward due to a hamstring injury. Assuming the big man is ready to roll for the start of the season, the Pels will be banking on success with last season’s roster after re-signing Herbert Jones. Rookie first-round pick Jordan Hawkins, who’s coming off an impressive sophomore season at UConn, profiles as the team’s most important offseason addition.

New York Knicks:

The Knicks took the Heat to six games in the semifinal round of the EC playoffs before bowing out and will run it back with largely the same group in 2023-24. One key addition is the signing of the highly versatile Donte DiVincenzo, who should give New York some strong all-around contributions off the bench in the same vein as holdover Josh Hart, complementing an impressive starting five spearheaded by Jalen Brunson and Julius Randle. Oddsmakers have set expectations a bit lower than last year for Tom Thibodeau’s squad in a tough Eastern Conference, however, with New York’s Over/Under set at between 43.5 and 45.5 wins.

Oklahoma City Thunder:

The Thunder took a significant step forward with a 16-win improvement over the 2021-22 season, and oddsmakers are projecting some possible incremental improvement again this coming campaign. OKC has been active via multiple routes with acquisitions of both veteran (Rudy Gay, Victor Oladipo, Davis Bertans) and up-and-coming (Usman Garuba, Ty Ty Washington) talent, as well as the signing of three-time All-EuroLeague guard Vasilije Micic. However, the biggest addition to an already talented starting five will be a player already on the roster last season but sidelined by injury — 2022 second overall pick Chet Holmgren, who put on a dominant showing in Summer League action.

Orlando Magic:

The Magic restocked through the draft with a pair of first-round picks (Anthony Clark, Jett Howard) while signing Joe Ingles to provide some veteran leadership and three-point prowess. The starting five projects to remain the same as last season’s, although Paolo Banchero is expected to take another step forward after an already impressive rookie campaign.

Philadelphia 76ers:

The 76ers still have a James Harden problem going into late July, with The Beard reportedly intent on playing elsewhere in the coming season. Philly’s current projected win total of between 49.5 and 50.5 victories – which will certainly change if/when Harden is moved – is just a tick below last year’s figure; if the perennial All-Star does indeed move on, the likes of offseason signing Patrick Beverley and holdover De’Anthony Melton don’t project to come anywhere near his production.

Phoenix Suns:

The Suns project for up to a 52.5-win total in the coming season thanks to a combination of last year’s trade-deadline acquisition of Kevin Durant and the blockbuster trade that netted them Bradley Beal from the Wizards. The presumptive move of Devin Booker to the role of primary ball handler should be smooth; meanwhile, Phoenix was also very busy with a slew of complementary acquisitions that include the likes of Bol Bol, Keita Bates-Diop, Drew Eubanks, Eric Gordon and Yuta Watanabe, giving Frank Vogel’s squad one of the deepest rosters in the league. Deandre Ayton has been traded away as part of the three-team Damian Lillard trade in which Phoenix landed supporting players Jusuf Nurkic, Nassir Little, Grayson Allen, and Keon Johnson.

Portland Trail Blazers:

With Damian Lillard now a member of the Bucks, Portland is more likely to compete for the No. 1 pick in the NBA Draft. The re-signings of Jerami Grant and Matisse Thybulle are big from an offensive/defensive perspective, while third overall pick Scoot Henderson is expected to take on even more offensive responsibility as a rookie than he would have already if he slots in as Lillard’s replacement alongside Anfernee Simons.

Sacramento Kings:

Another win total in the mid-40s or higher is projected for the up-and-coming Kings, which made an especially intriguing trade acquisition in the form of the Pacers’ Chris Duarte. The team also locked in critical piece Domantas Sabonis to a multi-year extension and re-upped with solid frontcourt contributors Trey Lyles and Alex Len. Then, the signing of reigning EuroLeague MVP Sasha Vezenkov affords an already supercharged offense a talented floor-stretching forward.

San Antonio Spurs:

The buzz around the Spurs would almost lead one to believe top overall pick Victor Wembanyama was the team’s only offseason acquisition, but San Antonio was busy beyond locking in the seemingly can’t-miss prospect. A trio of trade acquisitions – Cedi Osman, Lamar Stevens and Cameron Payne – could all make key complementary contributions to varying degree, while the re-signing of Tre Jones was critical considering the young guard’s upside. Reggie Bullock’s arrival should also give San Antonio’s bench some more scoring punch, and the cumulative effect of all the moves has Gregg Popovich’s squad’s projected win total as high as 30.5 in some sportsbooks following last year’s 22-win tally.

Toronto Raptors:

The Raptors may prove to be one of the more difficult teams to get a preseason read on, but one certainty is the loss of Fred VanVleet will leave a void. The arrival of veteran Dennis Schroder will help cushion that to an extent, and the re-signing of Jakob Poeltl on a four-year deal after a successful return to Toronto at the deadline last season was key as well. Pascal Siakam and Scottie Barnes should still likely spearhead the Raps most nights, and rookie 13th overall pick Gradey Dick could carve out a solid role off the bench with his multi-position versatility and three-point shooting.

Utah Jazz:

The Jazz outperformed expectations for a good portion of the 2022-23 regular season and may have arguably pushed themselves into the postseason had Collin Sexton managed to remain healthier. The good news for Utah is that it maintained continuity – Jordan Clarkson was signed to a three-year extension – and added a noteworthy piece to the starting five via a trade for John Collins. If the sometimes underachieving big man is revitalized in his new surroundings and frontcourt mate Walker Kessler takes another big step forward, the Over on a projected total of as low 34.5 wins could be very achievable.

Washington Wizards:

The Wizards are in an unenviable spot in a deep Eastern Conference, and it remains to be seen if the team’s flurry of departures and arrivals lead to any net improvement. Gone is the starting backcourt of Bradley Beal and Monte Morris, with trade acquisitions Tyus Jones and Jordan Poole set to serve as replacements. Kyle Kuzma’s re-signing to a four-year deal was certainly a positive, while Landry Shamet, Danilo Gallinari, Warriors 2022 first-round pick Patrick Baldwin Jr., Wizards 2022 first-round pick Johnny Davis and rookie seventh overall selection Bilal Coulibaly are all new pieces that could help propel Washington over its NBA-low 24.5-win projected total.

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.

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

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When does the 2023 – 2024 NBA season start?

The regular season will start in October.