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2016/17 NBA Over/Unders: Central Division

The 2016/17 NBA regular season will get underway next week, which means it’s time to start getting serious about predictions for the upcoming campaign. With the help of the lines from offshore betting site, we’re going to run through the predicted win totals for each of the NBA’s 30 teams, by division, and have you weigh in on whether you think those forecasts are too optimistic or too pessimistic. Having looked at the Atlantic and Northwest division so far, we’re moving on to the Central today…

Cleveland Cavaliers

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Detroit Pistons

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Indiana Pacers

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Chicago Bulls

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Milwaukee Bucks

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Previous voting results:


  • Boston Celtics (52.5 wins): Under (54.59%)
  • Toronto Raptors (50.5 wins): Over (54.63%)
  • New York Knicks (38.5 wins): Over (71.41%)
  • Philadelphia 76ers (23.5 wins): Under (54.62%)
  • Brooklyn Nets (20.5 wins): Under (60.74%)


  • Utah Jazz (49 wins): Under (68.72%)
  • Portland Trail Blazers (45.5 wins): Over (69.92%)
  • Oklahoma City Thunder (43.5 wins): Over (65.71%)
  • Minnesota Timberwolves (40.5 wins): Over (50.11%)
  • Denver Nuggets (37 wins): Under (68.81%)
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5 thoughts on “2016/17 NBA Over/Unders: Central Division

  1. thedude

    Jose Calderon was traded to the Lakers from the Bulls. That being said, was the MCW for Snell trade taken into consideration? Also, I would have figured a mention for Ish Smith in Detroit

    • Luke Adams

      My bad re: Calderon/Ish Smith, that’s been updated. As for the MCW/Snell trade, I’m not sure that would’ve swung the odds too significantly, though for what it’s worth, it looks like most of the money is coming in the Over for the Bulls.

      • thedude

        Fair enough. Sorry if I came across a nitpicky, I was just curious.

        • Luke Adams

          No apologies necessary, appreciate the heads-up. And like you, I’m actually curious to know if that MCW deal affected the line. The Knicks’ and Bulls’ over/unders suggest oddsmakers generally aren’t too bullish on teams who make a ton of changes and add veterans who may not mesh well together, so I’m not even sure the MCW addition would be viewed positively.

  2. Eddie Scarito

    I believe these odds were handed out prior to the Snell/MCW swap.

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