Very little has changed in the 2016 NBA Championship Odds since the playoffs started roughly one week ago. The Golden State Warriors remain the odds-on lift the national trophy, which isn’t much of a surprise, going by the way the defending NBA champs have handled the Houston Rockets in Round 1. Things will, however, be getting more intense for the Warriors (-135 to win the 2016 NBA Championship), who are all but set to meet the Clippers or Trail Blazers in the second round of the playoffs. More worryingly, Golden State’s leading scorer and arguably the best player in the league now, Stephen Curry, is nursing a sprained right MCL injury that he sustained against the Rockets. The Warriors have been doing just fine without Curry, but it would be a lie if we said that his injury could make things difficult for his team, especially against the Clippers/Trail Blazers who have very good shooters.
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