Vegas has its ideas about where each team will finish this season, but we have our own.
Here's how we expect things to shake out in relation to each team's season win totals set by the oddsmakers at the Westgate Superbook. Over or under? We have the answers.
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Atlanta Hawks OVER 43.5
Jeff Teague and Al Horford are gone, and will be replaced by Dennis Schröder and Dwight Howard in the Hawks' starting lineup.
This will be a different Atlanta team than last year, but it'll be one that's almost as good -- at least during the regular season.
Boston Celtics OVER 51.5
If you believe Boston is going to be the second-best team in the East this year, then this one's a no-brainer. The team that finished with that spot in the standings won at least 53 games in each of the past four seasons.
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Brooklyn Nets UNDER 20.5
Only two teams finished with fewer than 21 wins last season. We're betting that Brooklyn will be one of them this year.
Charlotte Hornets OVER 39.5
Charlotte won't come close to its 49 wins from a season ago after losing both Jeremy Lin and Al Jefferson in free agency, but the defense should still be good enough to have the Hornets hovering around .500 for most of the season.
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Chicago Bulls OVER 38.5
Dwyane Wade, Rajon Rondo and Jimmy Butler will take a healthy Bulls team to the playoffs.
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Cleveland Cavaliers UNDER 56.5
The Cavaliers won 57 games last season, and they'll coast a little after winning their first-ever title to make sure LeBron & Co. are as healthy as possible for another deep postseason run.
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Dallas Mavericks OVER 39.5
The Mavericks have won no fewer than 41 games in each of the last four seasons. No matter the roster changes each summer, Rick Carlisle always finds a way to make the pieces fit.
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Denver Nuggets UNDER 34.5
Denver won 33 games last season, and didn't add enough talent to make us believe that this year will be any different. If things get off to a slow start, there's a real possibility Danilo Gallinari could be traded, which would make reaching the 35-win mark an even tougher assignment.
Detroit Pistons UNDER 45.5
Reggie Jackson was the team's leading scorer last season, but he's expected to be sidelined 6-8 weeks with knee and thumb injuries. That's enough to make us believe the Pistons fall short.
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Golden State Warriors UNDER 66.5
The Warriors may very well go over this total, but it won't be because they're trying.
Steve Kerr has already said that there won't be a focus on regular season wins this year after setting the record a season ago, and he'll be resting his players off and on to ensure everyone's ready when the time comes for Golden State to make its run through the playoffs.
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Houston Rockets OVER 41.5
The Rockets underachieved last season with 41 wins, but a new head coach in Mike D'Antoni and some new three-point shooters on the roster should have Houston back over .500 this season.
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Indiana Pacers OVER 43.5
The Pacers went through a lot of change in the offseason, parting ways with head coach Frank Vogel while adding Jeff Teague, Al Jefferson and Thaddeus Young.
Paul George expects to be in the MVP running this season, and Indiana should end up with at last as many wins as the 45 the team collected last year.
Los Angeles Clippers OVER 53.5
The Clippers won 53 games last season, and that was with Blake Griffin missing half the year due to injuries, including an embarrassing one which was self-inflicted.
Griffin will be hungry to make up for last year's mistakes, and L.A. should finish with a top-three record in the West.
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Los Angeles Lakers OVER 24.5
But just barely. A new culture and a young core should have the fans in L.A. excited for the future, but it's going to take some time before the team can truly compete on a nightly basis.
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Memphis Grizzlies UNDER 43.5
Mike Conley is the highest-paid player in the NBA, Memphis has a new head coach, and Zach Randolph is coming off the bench.
The addition of Chandler Parsons should help the offense, as will a healthy Marc Gasol. While the Grizzlies might end up being decent this year, there are simply too many questions right now to wager on it.
Miami Heat UNDER 36.5
Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh are gone, and Hassan Whiteside and Goran Dragic simply don't have enough help to get Miami anywhere near the .500 mark this season.
Milwaukee Bucks OVER 39.5
The loss of Khris Middleton for six months isn't a small one for Milwaukee, but offseason acquisitions like Matthew Dellavedova, Mirza Teletovic and even Michael Beasley should be enough for the Bucks to compete for a playoff spot.
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Minnesota Timberwolves UNDER 41.5
This one's going to be close. Minnesota should show dramatic improvement defensively under new head coach Tom Thibodeau, and rookie Kris Dunn may get an immediate spot in the rotation.
The Timberwolves won 29 games last year, and they'll show a noticeable jump this season. We're just not quite ready to say with certainty that they'll finish over .500 in the ultra-competitive West.
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New Orleans Pelicans UNDER 36.5
Anthony Davis is already injured, Jrue Holiday is out indefinitely and New Orleans lost two significant scorers in Ryan Anderson and Eric Gordon. The Pelicans were able to replace them with ... Lance Stephenson and Buddy Hield. UNDER.
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New York Knicks OVER 38.5
Even if the trade for Derrick Rose turns out to be a disaster -- and at least off the court, it looks that way so far -- Brandon Jennings is more than capable of starting at point for this Knicks team.
New head coach Jeff Hornacek is implementing his own offensive systems, and that'll be enough to have Carmelo Anthony and Kristaps Porzingis fighting for a playoff spot in the East.
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Oklahoma City Thunder UNDER 45.5
Russell Westbrook is going to dominate without Kevin Durant by his side, but it's unclear if Victor Oladipo will be the answer as his number two option.
Westbrook and OKC's front line should be enough to have the Thunder fighting for a playoff spot, be we think it'll be closer to the eighth seed than the fifth.
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Orlando Magic UNDER 36.5
A summer full of odd roster additions and a new head coach have us unconvinced that this year's Magic team will win two more games than it did last season.
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Philadelphia 76ers UNDER 27.5
Even with Joel Embiid finally playing and looking amazing, we can't fully buy in to a team that won 10 games last year making such a dramatic jump.
The Ben Simmons injury, along with the likelihood of a midseason trade just makes for too many unanswered questions with this Sixers squad.
Phoenix Suns OVER 26.5
Suns GM Ryan McDonough randomly mentioned this number during his media day remarks, so the team is well aware of where it stands in the oddsmakers' eyes.
But head coach Earl Watson has the buy-in of his players, and Devin Booker is a rising star. Phoenix will be better than most people expect.
Portland Trail Blazers UNDER 46.5
It felt like last year's overachieving, 44-win Blazers team might have hit its ceiling. The additions of Evan Turner and Festus Ezeli may make Portland a bit stronger, but a low-to-middle-of-the pack playoff team in the West feels about right.
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Sacramento Kings UNDER 32.5
The 33 wins Sacramento tallied last season were the most (by far) the team has notched in the past eight years. Always take the under on the Kings.
San Antonio Spurs OVER 56.5
San Antonio won 67 games last year, which went largely unnoticed while the Warriors made history by racking up 73.
The system Gregg Popovich runs is a nightmare to deal with during the regular season, and even though swapping out Tim Duncan for Pau Gasol is a massive drop-off defensively, the Spurs will be in the mix to win 60 games like always.
Toronto Raptors OVER 49.5
The loss of Bismack Biyombo in free agency hurts, and Toronto will likely take a small step back. But based on the rest of the rosters in the East, 50 wins remains a real possibility.
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Utah Jazz UNDER 47.5
We were willing to consider the over here, but that was before Gordon Hayward's injury. The Jazz have a difficult schedule to start the season, and they may not be able to make up for those early losses when Hayward gets back.
Washington Wizards OVER 42.5
New head coach Scott Brooks will figure out a way to get John Wall and Bradley Beal two more wins than the Wizards grabbed last season.