The 2017 NBA free agency period is not even over and odds makers are losing slight faith in the Washington Wizards.
After taking the Eastern Conference semi-finals to seven games, the Wizards were hoping to make a move in the NBA hierarchy.
A couple moves in free-agency might have pushed the Wizards over the Celtics and competing against LeBron James' Cleveland Cavaliers for the right to play in the NBA Finals.
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Opening odds from the Westgate Sports Book, following the conference finals, had the Wizards at 30/1 to win the 2017-18 NBA Championship.
This was the fifth highest in the league (third in the East) trailing only the Golden State Warriors, Cavaliers, San Antonio Spurs, and Boston Celtics.
After a month and a half, with the NBA Finals now complete and the bulk of free agency moves transpired, Washington dropped slightly. Their odds are now 40/1.
As of this publication, the Wizards roster remains almost entirely intact.
Question marks on the team are Otto Porter Jr., who may get a match deal after an offer from the Brooklyn Nets (insiders say Wizards plan to match), Bogan Bogdanovic, Brandon Jennings (who's replacement may be Tim Frazier), and Trey Burke.
The difference now, the Eastern Conference is entirely reshuffled.
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The Boston Celtics improved by nailing Gordon Hayward from the Utah Jazz. Paul George is out West, along with Jimmy Butler and Chris Bosh is now officially removed from the Miami Heat.
Still they are third best in the East, but now in a tie for seventh in the league. And while the Wizards odds have gone down, Boston has now bumped up to 12/1 odds.
Note: Teams in tweet are ordered by their Opening Odds on 5/28/17, not by their Current Odds