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October 08, 2013 2:30 AM by GT Staff
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2013-2014 NBA CHAMPIONSHIP Odds

Miami HEAT 2-1
Oklahoma City THUNDER 9-2
Chicago BULLS 6-1
San Antonio SPURS 8-1
Indiana PACERS 15-1
Los Angeles CLIPPERS 8-1
Memphis GRIZZLIES 25-1
New York KNICKS 25-1
Los Angeles LAKERS 100-1
Denver NUGGETS 40-1
Golden State WARRIORS 30-1
Houston ROCKETS 10-1
Dallas MAVERICKS 30-1
Boston CELTICS 300-1
Brooklyn NETS 12-1
Atlanta HAWKS 200-1
Utah JAZZ 200-1
Portland TRAILBLAZERS 100-1
Minnesota TIMBERWOLVES 100-1
New Orleans PELICANS 100-1
Sacramento KINGS 200-1
Cleveland CAVALIERS 100-1
Washington WIZARDS 100-1
Toronto RAPTORS 200-1
Philadelphia 76ERS 5000-1
Milwaukee BUCKS 1000-1
Phoenix SUNS 2000-1
Detroit PISTONS 100-1
Orlando MAGIC 1000-1
Charlotte BOBCATS 1000-1
c-o LVH 10-7-13

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