Cavs Odds to Win 2018 NBA Championship 7-1 as Wade Says He Will Sign

Written by:
C Costigan
Published on:
Sep/26/2017

The Golden State Warriors were the runaway -200 favorites to win the 2018 NBA Championship with the Cleveland Cavs at 7/1 odds and offering the potential for a $700 payout with every $100 bet.  Those odds were about to be slashed with news that Wade Dwyane Wade expects to sign with the team so better lock them in now.  Expectations are that Wade could finalize the deal as early as Wednesday afternoon.



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