NBA futures betting: Updated title odds, win totals, divisions
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We're roughly one month from the start of the 2019-20 NBA regular season. Star players have found new homes, rosters have been shaken up and, most importantly, odds are settling.

As the countdown to Oct. 22 begins, here's how the title odds, win totals, and division prices stack up:

Title odds

Team Opening Odds Current Odds
Warriors 7-4 12-1
Bucks 9-2 6-1
Celtics 7-1 25-1
76ers 10-1 8-1
Rockets 10-1 8-1
Knicks 16-1 1000-1
Clippers 16-1 7-2
Raptors 20-1 100-1
Lakers 20-1 4-1
Nuggets 25-1 16-1
Thunder 25-1 1000-1
Nets 30-1 50-1
Jazz 40-1  12-1
Trail Blazers 40-1 50-1
Mavericks 50-1 100-1
Spurs 60-1 50-1
Pacers 80-1 50-1
Magic 100-1 200-1
Hawks 100-1 300-1
Bulls 100-1 200-1
Kings 100-1 200-1
Pistons 300-1 300-1
Hornets 300-1 1000-1
Heat 300-1 100-1
Wizards 300-1 1000-1
Cavaliers 300-1 1000-1
Timberwolves 300-1 1000-1
Grizzlies 300-1 1000-1
Pelicans 300-1 100-1
Suns 300-1 1000-1

There's been plenty of movement since the openers, which materialized prior to free agency, but things have been relatively quiet on the title odds front.

The consistent bet throughout the offseason has been the Lakers, who jumped from 20-1 to 4-1.

Win totals

Team Open Current
Bucks 55.5 58
Lakers 54.5 50
Rockets 53.5 54.5
76ers 52.5 55.5
Raptors 52.5 46
Jazz 52.5 54.5
Nuggets 50.5 53
Clippers 49.5 54.5
Celtics 48.5 49.5
Pacers 47.5 47.5
Nets 47.5 44.5
Warriors 47.5 48.5
Thunder 46.5 31.5
Trail Blazers 45.5 46.5
Spurs 44.5 47.5
Mavericks 41.5 41.5
Pelicans 38.5 38.5
Pistons 36.5 38
Magic 36.5 42.5
Heat 36.5 44
Kings 35.5 38.5
Hornets 34.5 23
Timberwolves 34.5 35.5
Knicks 34.5 27.5
Hawks 32.5 36
Grizzlies 27.5 27.5
Bulls 27.5 33.5
Wizards 27.5 26.5
Suns 25.5 29.5
Cavaliers 23.5 24.5

No, oddsmakers didn't swing and miss to produce some huge discrepancies between opening numbers and current; some shops released 2019-20 win totals prior to the offseason. As Caesars senior oddsmaker Alan Berg told theScore over the summer, odds become a "speculative market" when they open prior to free agency: It's essentially a guessing game regarding which teams will load up or clean house, and the adjusted numbers are already baked in.

The Thunder (Paul George traded to the Clippers; Russell Westbrook traded to the Rockets), Knicks (missing out on free agents), Clippers (signing Kawhi Leonard on top of landing George), Hornets (failing to re-sign Kemba Walker), Heat (acquiring Jimmy Butler), and Raptors (failing to re-sign Leonard) have seen some of the most notable changes since the opening totals.

Division futures

Atlantic

Team Odds
76ers 2-5
Celtics 9-2
Raptors 7-1
Nets 12-1
Knicks 500-1

Central

Team Odds
Bucks 1-20
Pacers 7-1
Pistons 80-1
Bulls 100-1
Cavaliers 500-1

Southeast

Team Odds
Heat 4-5
Magic 7-5
Hawks 8-1
Wizards 80-1
Hornets 200-1

Southwest

Team Odds
Rockets 1-4
Spurs 11-2
Mavericks 12-1
Pelicans 14-1
Grizzlies 200-1

Northwest

Team Odds
Jazz 5-6
Nuggets 3-2
Trail Blazers 6-1
Timberwolves 100-1
Thunder 500-1

Pacific

Team Odds
Clippers 1-2
Lakers 3-1
Warriors 5-1
Kings 60-1
Suns 500-1

Division prices have stayed put throughout the summer. There are six odds-on favorites here, but none pricier than the Bucks - you'll need $2,000 to win back $100 in an underwhelming Central. Milwaukee also boasts the highest win total on the board at 58, with room to spare over the Pacers (47.5, 7-1) in the division.

Alex Kolodziej is a betting writer at theScore. He's a graduate of Eastern Illinois who has been involved in the sports betting industry for 12 years. He can quote every line from "Rounders" and appreciates franchises that regularly wear alternate jerseys. Find him on Twitter @AlexKoIodziej.

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