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Caesar's Palace releases over/unders for 2019-20 NBA season

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Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas has released its over/under win totals for the 2019-20 NBA season.

These win totals are calculated to give you a rough estimate of how many games each NBA team is projected to win in the upcoming season.

You can find each win total below...

As you can see, the Milwaukee Bucks have the highest projected win total of 57 games, followed by the LA Clippers (55.5), Philadelphia 76ers (54.5) and Utah Jazz (52.5). To round out the top-five, the Houston Rockets and Denver Nuggets are both projected for 52 wins.

Based on these projections, here is how next season's playoff seeding would shape out...

Eastern Conference projected playoff seeding

1. Milwaukee Bucks - 57

2. Philadelphia 76ers - 54.5

3. Boston Celtics - 49.5

4. Indiana Pacers - 48.5

5. Brooklyn Nets - 47

6. Toronto Raptors - 45

7. Miami Heat - 43.5

8. Orlando Magic - 40.5

Western Conference projected playoff seeding

1. LA Clippers - 55.5

2. Utah Jazz - 52.5

T-3. Denver Nuggets - 52

T-3. Houston Rockets - 52

5. Los Angeles Lakers - 51.5

6. Portland Trail Blazers - 47.5

7. Golden State Warriors - 47

8. San Antonio Spurs - 43.5

These projections have the Heat replacing the Detroit Pistons (37.5 wins) in the Eastern Conference playoffs. It also has the Lakers replacing the Oklahoma City Thunder (31 wins) in the Western Conference playoffs.

While these are merely just projections, it gives you an idea as to where your favourite team stands following a hectic offseason!

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