2013 NBA Playoffs: Betting odds on eventual conference and league champion

Miami Heat small forward LeBron James (right) and shooting guard Dwyane Wade (left) during the first half against the Chicago Bulls at American Airlines Arena. (Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports)

Miami Heat small forward LeBron James (right) and shooting guard Dwyane Wade (left) during the first half against the Chicago Bulls at American Airlines Arena. (Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports)

As we get set to wrap a ribbon around the 2013 NBA regular season, some franchises look towards the Draft Lottery in hopes of changing their fortunes heading into the 2014 campaign.

Others, more successful than the bottom-feeders, look towards the Playoffs.

Even though the NBA’s second season starts every team off at zero wins and zero losses, not all of those squads are created equal.

Bovada.com breaks down the betting odds for each team’s chances at raising both a conference and a league banner up to their rafters.

If you are putting money down, which odds do you find most favorable?

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Odds to win 2013 NBA Championship — As of Monday, April 15: 

Miami Heat — 5/7

Oklahoma City Thunder — 9/2

San Antonio Spurs — 8/1

New York Knicks — 14/1

Denver Nuggets — 20/1

Los Angeles Clippers — 20/1

Indiana Pacers — 22/1

Memphis Grizzlies — 35/1

Los Angeles Lakers — 40/1

Chicago Bulls — 50/1

Boston Celtics — 60/1

Brooklyn Nets — 60/1

Golden State Warriors — 100/1

Houston Rockets — 100/1

Atlanta Hawks — 125/1

Milwaukee Bucks — 300/1

Utah Jazz — 350/1

Odds to win the 2012 – 2013 NBA Eastern Conference

Miami Heat — 1/4

New York Knicks — 13/2

Indiana Pacers — 10/1

Chicago Bulls — 25/1

Brooklyn Nets — 28/1

Boston Celtics — 30/1

Atlanta Hawks — 60/1

Milwaukee Bucks — 150/1

Odds to win the 2013 NBA Western Conference

Oklahoma City Thunder — 7/5

San Antonio Spurs — 9/4

Denver Nuggets — 11/2

Los Angeles Clippers — 17/2

Memphis Grizzlies — 14/1

Los Angeles Lakers — 20/1

Golden State Warriors — 40/1

Houston Rockets — 40/1

Utah Jazz — 150/1