2019/20 Over/Unders: Northwest Division

The 2019/20 NBA regular season will get underway in less than two weeks, which means it’s time to start getting serious about predictions for the upcoming campaign.

With the help of the lines from a handful of sports betting sites, including Bovada and BetOnline, we’re running through the predicted win totals for each of the NBA’s 30 teams, by division. In a series of team-by-team polls, you’ll get the chance to weigh in on whether you think those forecasts are too optimistic or too pessimistic.

Having already looked at the Atlantic, we’re moving onto the Northwest today…


Denver Nuggets

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 Utah Jazz

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Portland Trail Blazers

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Minnesota Timberwolves

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Oklahoma City Thunder

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Previous voting results:

Atlantic:

  • Philadelphia 76ers (54.5 wins): Over (54.9%)
  • Boston Celtics (49.5 wins): Under (57.0%)
  • Toronto Raptors (46.5 wins): Under (59.1%)
  • Brooklyn Nets (43.5 wins): Over (58.3%)
  • New York Knicks (27.5 wins): Under (54.9%)
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4 thoughts on “2019/20 Over/Unders: Northwest Division

  1. All Minnesota Sports

    Yes, this will be an inherently biased post about the Wolves (see username).
    I am a bit surprised that the Wolves are pegged to actually REGRESS. We’ll get a full season with Robert Covington and Jeff Teague (ya, the latter is meh, but he’s slightly better than replacement level), and Culver will at the very least be a plus, if not more. KAT is only getting better. I’m not saying we’re going to make the playoffs (but actually, can you please just give us that??), but I see us as a near .500 level team with 40 wins.

  2. x%sure

    DEN & MIN over, UTA I guess over even though Bovada already gave them a jump.
    Bovada agrees (with me) that POR is declining but HR readership says a defiant NO! 80%-20% over as of my posting. The rest were close.
    IDK what to make of OKC or should I say what Presti’s plans are… I think over too, at the risk of having too many overs… typical problem… though not apparently with the Atlantic division!

    • Jason Lancaster

      My thing with Portland: they ran the table after the all-star break, going like 16-5 (I can’t remember, looked it up yesterday and too lazy to do it again). They did that with injuries and beat some good teams too.

      Hard to see them going much over, but I don’t think they’re going to slide either.

  3. harden-westbrook-mvps

    No way is OKC winning 33 games this season.

    They will be fighting for one of the top 4 draft picks with teams like Charlotte, Cleveland, Memphis, and Washington.

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