Updated 2019 NBA Championship Odds - December 26th Edition

Updated 2019 NBA Championship Odds – December 26th Edition

Written by on December 26, 2018

With the 2018-19 NBA regular season moving closer to the start of a new calendar year and its unofficial midway point of the season,now is a great time to take a look at the most recent updated NBA odds to win the 2019 NBA Championship. Whether you like a top favorite like Golden State or Toronto, a middle-of-the-pack contender like New Orleans or longshot hopeful like San Antonio (say what?)  This look at the latest odds to win it all this season will give you the insight you’ll need in order to make the most out of your NBA Championship futures odds wager.

Updated 2019 NBA Championship Odds – December 26th

Odds to win the 2018-19 NBA Finals
  • Golden State Warriors 5/9
  • Toronto Raptors 8/1
  • Boston Celtics 10/1
  • Oklahoma City Thunder 18/1
  • Houston Rockets 20/1
  • Milwaukee Bucks 20/1
  • Philadelphia 76ers 20/1
  • Los Angeles Lakers 25/1
  • Denver Nuggets 50/1
  • Utah Jazz 60/1
  • Indiana Pacers 80/1
  • New Orleans Pelicans 125/1
  • Los Angeles Clippers 200/1
  • Minnesota Timberwolves 250/1
  • Portland Blazers 250/1
  • Charlotte Hornets 350/1
  • Detroit Pistons 350/1
  • Dallas Mavericks 400/1
  • Memphis Grizzlies 400/1
  • San Antonio Spurs 400/1
  • Washington Wizards 500/1

Here’s my expert analysis on the top five favorites to win it all this season.

The Golden State Warriors (23-11) are back to being a more decisive prohibitive favorite heading into their Christmas Day showdown having won eight of 10 while further distancing themselves from the drama that caused some serious dysfunction a few weeks back.

Toronto (25-10) has been the best team in the Eastern Conference all season long and some would say, the entire NBA. Well…apparently that Kawhi Leonard is an even bigger superstar than we thought.

Boston (19-13) has fallen way short of their expectations, although it’s still early and they have plenty of time to get their act together.

Oklahoma City (23-11) has gotten some seriously eye-opening play from Paul George this season and they have the look of a legitimate conference finalist choice out West.

After coming up just short of dispatching Golden State last season, James Harden and company are back at t again, even if they don’t look nearly as daunting as they did last season.