2023 NBA Win Total Odds: Celtics, Bucks, Suns Among Top Teams Entering Training Camp

Find out where all 30 NBA teams stand for their projected 2023 NBA win totals entering training camp.

The summer is over and rosters are (mostly) set. After a drama filled offseason, NBA training camps are finally here, which means, for some bettors, it’s their first chance to get a look at where each team is slotted in the projected wins conversation.

Entering the 2022-23 season, there are seven teams with a win total set at 50 or higher, one more than last season, but four of those teams played in the NBA Finals in the past two seasons.

Check out the full list of win totals for all 30 teams below.

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NBA Win Total Odds

Odds as of Monday Sept. 26 and via DraftKings

Team Win Total Over/Under
Celtics 53.5 -105/-115
Bucks 52.5 -105/-115
Suns 52.5 +105/-125
Clippers 52.5 -120/+100
Warriors 51.5 -115/-105
Nets 50.5 -120/+100
76ers 50.5 -120/+100
Nuggets 49.5 -140/+115
Grizzlies 48.5 -140/-115
Mavericks 48.5 -115/-105
Heat 48.5 -110/-110
Timberwolves 48.5 -130/+110
Cavaliers 47.5 -125/+105
Lakers 45.5 +105/-125
Hawks 45.5 -120/+100
Raptors 45.5 -140/+115
Pelicans 44.5 -140/+115
Bulls 42.5 -110/-110
Trail Blazers 39.5 -130/+110
Knicks 39.5 +110/-130
Hornets 36.5 +100/-120
Wizards 35.5 +100/-120
Kings 33.5 -120/+100
Pistons 29.5 -125/+105
Magic 26.5 -120/+100
Jazz 24.5 -110/-110
Pacers 23.5 -110/-110
Thunder 23.5 -105/-115
Rockets 23.5 -110/-110
Spurs 22.5 -115/-105

The Celtics still hold the top spot at 53.5 wins despite a rocky offseason. Last season, they had a 46.5 win total and won 51 games despite a slow start. This season, the expectations have jumped immensely after an impressive NBA Finals run.

The Bucks Suns and Clippers are all just behind the Celtics at 52.5 wins, while the reigning champion Warriors are listed at 51.5 wins. The Nets and 76ers, two division rivals, round out the teams with a projected total above 50 wins.

Then there are the teams at the bottom of the list. Five teams are expected to be in play for the No. 1 pick  and the chance to draft Victor Wembanyama. The Jazz saw the largest drop from last season with their win total cut in half year over year — from 51.5 to 24.5 — after trading Rudy Gobert and Donovan Mitchell.

The Thunder and Rockets, two teams with top-three picks in the 2022 NBA Draft, find themselves with low ceilings entering the season. However, the Spurs, who traded away all-star Dejounte Murray this summer, come in at the very bottom with just 22.5 wins.