Las Vegas tabs Heat, Clippers for most regular season wins

Jayne Kamin-Oncea-USA TODAY Spor

Vegas has spoken. See where your favorite NBA squad will finish according to the oddsmakers.

With NBA training camps in full swing and preseason action just around the corner, the LVH SuperBook in Las Vegas has set over-under odds on regular season win totals across the league.

The Miami Heat will coax bettors into deciding whether or not they'll go above or below 60 games in the win column. The next highest number is 57.0, where head coach Doc Rivers is seen by many as the missing piece to the Los Angeles Clippers' NBA Finals aspirations.

Their cross-town rival Los Angeles Lakers are at 33.5, which adheres to the popular belief that they'll struggle to make the postseason and could be in the hunt for a potential lottery pick.

The Brooklyn Nets are set at 52.5, which would put them at third in the Eastern Conference behind the Heat and Chicago Bulls (56.5). The addition of Dwight Howard has the Rockets tabbed to make noise in the Western Conference with a mark of 54.5.

It's all speculation, though the guesses are heavily researched and educated based on offseason movement and scouting. There's money involved, so it means that these numbers are serious business.

Here are the full rankings:

Team Over / Under
Miami Heat 60
Los Angels Clippers 57
Chicago Bulls 56.5
San Antonio Spurs 55.5
Houston Rockets 54.5
Indiana Pacers 53.5
Brooklyn Nets 52.5
Oklahoma City Thunder 50.5
Golden State Warriors 49.5
New York Knicks 49.5
Memphis Grizzlies 49
Denver Nuggets 47
Dallas Mavericks 44
Washington Wizards 42
Detroit Pistons 41
Minnesota Timberwolves 41
Cleveland Cavaliers 40.5
Atlanta Hawks 40
New Orleans Pelicans 40
Portland Trailblazers 38.5
Toronto Raptors 36.5
Los Angeles Lakers 33.5
Sacramento Kings 31.5
Milwaukee Bucks 28.5
Boston Celtics 28.5
Charlotte Bobcats 27.5
Utah Jazz 27.5
Orlando Magic 24.5
Phoenix Suns 21.5
Philadelphia 76ers 16.5

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