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The full 2021-22 NBA regular season schedule was released late last week, as top-tier matchups were littered all throughout the calendar. With all the games set, William Hill Nevada posted NBA regular season win totals shortly after for all 30 teams.
For these NBA regular season win totals, teams must play at least 79 games in the regular season for action regardless of any changes in the scheduled opponents.
Interestingly, the team that is the current NBA championship favorite at William Hill Nevada did not open with the highest win total.
The Lakers are atop the board at +300 to win their second title in three years, just edging out the Nets at +350. Yet, Los Angeles is tied for the third-highest win total at 51.5, along with the Jazz and 76ers.
The Nets actually possess the biggest number at 54.5, with the defending NBA champion Bucks right behind at 53.5. Milwaukee opened with the highest win total at William Hill Nevada last year at 51, the only team that was north of 50 for that shortened regular season.
The runner-up Suns are the sixth and final squad with a win total residing in the 50s at 50.5. The Warriors have the highest win total of any team that didn’t make the playoffs last season, as Golden State sits at 49.5.
The Mavericks and Nuggets are next at 47.5 each, while three others are all at 46.5—the Celtics, Hawks and Heat. Then a team with an injured superstar (Clippers) and another with one who has been the subject of trade rumors (Trail Blazers) are at 45.5 and 44.5 respectively.
Four other teams’ win totals are positioned in the 40s as of now: the Knicks (42.5), Bulls (41.5), Pacers (41.5) and the Grizzlies (40.5). Memphis has the second-lowest win total of any of last season’s playoff participants, only surpassing the Wizards at 32.5.
On the other end of the spectrum, six teams are down in the 20s. The Thunder are at the bottom of the board at 22.5, with the next-closest being the Magic and Rockets at 24.5 apiece. The three others who haven’t cracked 30 on their win total are the Spurs (29.5), Pistons (26.5) and Cavaliers (25.5).
San Antonio has actually drawn the biggest NBA win total wager early on at William Hill. A Nevada bettor placed $660 on Spurs over 29.5 wins (-110) for a total potential payout of $1,260.
Check out William Hill’s latest 2021-22 NBA regular season win totals below.