Golden State Warriors Odds 2023: Tracking Warriors Odds

Steph Curry is key to the Warriors odds this year

Key Takeaways:

  • The Golden State Warriors' odds to win the NBA Finals are +1300, per DraftKings Sportsbook.
  • Using implied probability, that's a 7.14% chance for the Lakers to win the 2024 NBA Championship.
  • The Warriors are tied for the third-shortest odds to win the NBA Western Conference at +650.

Thanks to Draymond Green, the best bet involving the Golden State Warriors is taking them in your buddy pool that asks the question: "Which team will most resemble a random TMZ episode mixed with an NBA reality show?"

Sworn enemy Chris Paul is now Draymond Green's newest teammate, and the outspoken veteran came out this offseason and publicly said there is no good reason why the Warriors cannot win two more NBA Championships.

Not one. Two.

Yes, we all can thank Draymond for upping the braggadocio bar heading into the 2023-24 season.

A Quick Glance at the Golden State Warriors NBA Team

The Warriors have been one of the most successful NBA teams of the past decade. Here's a look at how the franchise has performed in the postseason:

👑 Finals Championships:7
⭐ Finals Appearances:11
🏆 Conference Championships:7
👀 Conference Championship Appearances:18

Golden State Warriors 2023-2024 Odds: NBA Finals Odds, Western Conference Odds, and More

When you have played in six of the past nine NBA Finals, winning four times, you are a known commodity. Last year's second-round exit has tempered expectations, but the talent is certainly there for yet another deep playoff run.

The following Golden State Warriors odds are from FanDuel Sportsbook and will fluctuate throughout the season depending on how the Warriors are playing.

Win Total47.5
Warriors To Make The Playoffs-390
Warriors To Miss The Playoffs+280
Warriors To Make The Play-In Tournament+220
Warriors To Win The Pacific Division+390
Warriors To Win The Western Conference+750
Warriors To Win The 2024 NBA Finals+1400
NBA In-Season Tournament Winner+1400
NBA In-Season Tournament Group C Winner+200
✅ Odds Last VerifiedOctober 24, 2023

Latest Warriors News

As we head into the regular season, I'll be keeping track of the most important Warriors news and updates for their 2023-2024 season.

  • 📆 Oct. 23, 2023: Draymond Green is ruled out for the season opener against the Suns with an ankle injury.
  • 📆 Sept. 12, 2023: Green tells ESPN,com: "I don't like to necessarily put a number on things,, but I don't see why we can't get two more championships. Why not?"
  • 📆 July 12, 2023: Signed free agent forward Dario Saric.
  • 📆 July 8, 2023: Re-signed forward Draymond Green to a four-year, $100 million contract.
  • 📆 July 6:, 2023 Acquired guard Chris Paul from Washington in exchange for Jordan Poole, Ryan Rollins, Patrick Baldwin Jr. and draft considerations.
  • 📆 June 22, 2023: Selected Santa Clara swingman Brandin Podziemski with the 19th pick of the NBA draft.
  • 📆 June 22, 2023: Acquired the rights to Trayce Jackson-Davis, the 57th pick of the NBA draft, from Washington.

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Key Contributors on the Warriors Roster

As always, Steph Curry, Klay Thompson, and Draymond Green will be the three key components of the Warriors roster. Andrew Wiggins, coming off a season in which he played only 37 games because of a family matter, will also play a major role for the Warriors this year. The newest member for Golden State, Chris Paul, figures to be a key piece as well, although it seems as though he'll be coming off the bench to start the year. It'll be interesting to see how his role expands (or doesn't) throughout the season.

Steve Kerr will be entering his 10th season as head coach and is listed as +4600 at FanDuel Sportsbook to win Coach of the Year. 

Where Can I Bet on the Warriors?

There are nearly two dozen legal online sportsbooks operating with various degrees of success in U.S. states where sports gambling has been legalized. Unfortunately, California is not among those states, but Californians can place wagers in the neighboring states of Arizona, Nevada, and Oregon.

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