Coming into the postseason, the Miami Heat were 2/1 favorites to win the NBA championship with Indiana and San Antonio considered to be two of their biggest threats.
With those two teams struggling with their first-round matchups, Miami looks like an even stronger favorite at 7/4 to win it all on the latest NBA future odds lists at OddsShark.com.
San Antonio trailed by 10 in the fourth quarter of Game 1 against Dallas before going on a 15-0 run to win the game. But the Spurs were down big again in Game 2, and couldn't mount the comeback in a shocking 113-92 home loss to the Mavericks.
After being dominated through most of the first two games of the series, those looking to bet on NBA action have seen San Antonio fall from 3/1 to 11/4 to win the NBA championship in 2014.
Indiana's stock also took a hit this week as the Pacers split their first two games against Atlanta and appeared to have matchup issues with Roy Hibbert against Atlanta's speed. The Pacers have fallen from 6/1 to win the championship down to 15/2.
While San Antonio and Indiana have seen their odds get adjusted slightly due to splitting their first two games at home, two home teams dropped both of their first games at home and have seen their stocks plummet because of it.
The Houston Rockets entered the playoffs going off at 20/1 to win the NBA championship, but those odds are now down to 50/1 as the Portland Trail Blazers have won the first two games of the series in Houston.
Portland appears to be peaking at the right time with an 11-1 SU and 8-4 ATS record over its last 12 games, and is up to 20/1 after starting the playoffs at 40/1 to win the title.
Out East, the Chicago Bulls were 40/1 to win the championship, but they are all the way down to 150/1 after losing the first two games of the series to Washington. The Wizards are up to 66/1 from 150/1 and are 7-3 SU and 8-2 ATS in their last 10 games against Chicago.
Rounding out the remaining teams fighting for the title are Oklahoma City (4/1), Los Angeles (9/1), Brooklyn (25/1), Golden State (40/1), Memphis (66/1), Toronto (66/1), Dallas (75/1), Atlanta (250/1) and Charlotte (1000/1).
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