The 76ers are seventh in odds to win the 2022 NBA Finals after the Bucks win
The dust has settled, and the 76ers fans of the Milwaukee Bucks never seem to be so scared or respected to become NBA champions in 2021, thanks to Giannis Antetokounmpo’s greatest postseason in history Match. But when you can see who the odds setters choose to win next year’s championship, who needs to celebrate this championship?
The odds for the 2022 NBA Finals have been determined, and the defending champion has been underestimated by the odds setters. According to people at MGM, sitting at the top of the board (Via Pickswise), it is the Nets. Although their health has become fragile in the playoffs, they still win next year’s championship at +225 because people still have faith in Brooklyn. Followed by the Lakers, +450, this is a respect for healthy LeBron James and Anthony Davis.
Looking at the top 10, you will know where the 76ers are in the public consciousness. To be honest, their +1600 odds feel fairly fair for the time being:
The odds are slightly different elsewhere (UniBet’s 76ers are +1800, and PointsBet’s score is +1200), but they end up in the same position every time. Frankly, considering that the Clippers will still be able to reach the conference finals and push the Suns to six games, I might take the 76ers one step further No Kawhi Leonard Health is available. You might argue that the uncertainty of the free agency market and Leonard’s health has reduced the Clippers’ performance, and the biggest factor may be that they play in the West, where there are tougher and deeper teams. Need to experience. But there are similar views on Joel Embiid’s health and many other variables of the 76ers.
Philadelphia, never taken away that Compared with the Nets, the bookmakers seriously threaten the title. Looking forward to next season, they will continue to lead the Eastern Conference by a large margin. It’s hard to blame anyone who feels that way-the Bucks are out and won the damn championship, and the Nets will be the same championship team despite Kyrie Irving’s absence and James Harden basically playing on one leg. Into the dramatic seventh game. There is a lot of uncertainty about the Sixers entering next year, and apart from Darryl Morey’s big deal, it’s hard to see where there will be a big leap.
All signs indicate that they are looking for one. The 76ers are inviting Ben Simmons to call, he is said to be one of Damian Lillard’s more aggressive suitors and has changed dramatically in a strange offseason last year when it looked like they were painted into a corner And put on a saddle and bad contract. Nothing seems more stable and desperate than in the worst period. The Sixers continue to have one of the best players in the league and continue to serve as a center.
The trouble is, the proof of concept This The version of the 76ers has not yet come up with a result. The competitors around the conference either won the championship themselves or were closer to the championship than in the early stages of the Embiid/Simmons era. Boston has experienced a downturn this year, but Jason Tatum and Jaylen Brown have played in the conference finals together. Both the Bucks and Raptors have now won championship titles. They brought the last piece through heavy asset trading and pushed their powerful core to the top. Trae Young’s Eagles caused a stir in this year’s playoffs, even if it was the same success of the Philadelphia team and the Atlanta team. Even the Miami Heat, which was accused by the 76ers he left behind as the retirement home of Jimmy Butler, inspiringly entered the Finals last season, with only two wins away from the championship.
At some point, the 76ers will have to start showing signs of improvement after the regular season. New and currently invisible threats will emerge. Although they are still relatively young in the macro plan, their upward appeal is not as bright as before.Simmons is unable to take meaningful offensive steps forward, which makes many people lose the opportunity to make progress from here, unless in the regular season of the 2021-22 season, he looks like a completely transformed player, no one Will give up this team real Unless they get rid of the demons and prove that the skeptics are wrong (or make a massive deal that completely changes the conversation), they will consider winning the championship.
The basic season of Milwa proved that the ghosts of the playoffs can be driven away, and the adjustments of the regular season made them better prepared for this moment. But before we enter the 2022 playoffs, the 76ers have bigger and perhaps deeper questions to answer. The first is whether this core will unite.
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