Golden State Warriors NBA Championship Odds 2022-23

The current Golden State Warriors NBA championship odds are . Once again, the Golden State Warriors are listed as one of the favorites to win the NBA Championship after a dominant performance in the 2022 playoffs. Steph Curry won his first Finals MVP after tearing apart the Boston Celtics, and Andrew Wiggins played the best basketball of his life on the defensive end of the floor, locking down Jayson Tatum when it mattered the most. Check out Golden State’s odds and futures below to see how the sportsbooks think it will fare this season!

Golden State Warriors NBA Championship Odds & Futures 2022-23

There is a table below filled with all of Golden State’s futures, ranging from its NBA Championship odds to its odds of winning the Western Conference and the Pacific Division. Additionally, the Warriors’ win totals just dropped and are listed, so see whether you believe they will win more or fewer games than that number.

Golden State Warriors NBA Championship Odds & FuturesOdds (Updated March 2023)
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The Warriors are one of the favorites to win the 2023 NBA Championship, and it’s no mystery why: evolution. Golden State used to simply out-shoot teams and, thus, leaned on Steph Curry and Klay Thompson. Now, it has evolved as a defensive team, ranking in the top five in almost every essential statistical category. Curry, in particular, was often criticized early in his career due to his defensive play but has evolved on that end of the floor. Naturally, when your best player is laying it on the line on defense, others will be obliged to do the same. We saw a prime example of this with Andrew Wiggins, who has become one of the best wing defenders in the league. His defense on Jayson Tatum in the NBA Finals was extraordinary. The Dubs will bring back every starter this season and give more minutes to younger players like James Wiseman, Moses Moody, and Jonathan Kuminga; all of them should be significant contributors to a team with a perfect blend of youth and experience.

Reasons Why Golden State Warriors Can & Can’t Win NBA 2022-23 Championship


  • Shooting: Golden State finished last season fourth in 3P% (three-point percentage) and second in eFG% (effective field goal percentage), but every avid NBA fan knows that the Dubs are the best shooting team in the NBA. The surprising emergence of Andrew Wiggins’ three-point shooting and Jordan Poole gives Golden State four players who are more than capable of shooting at or over 40% from deep. With Gary Payton II and Otto Porter Jr departing for different teams in free agency, the Warriors have freed up time for sharpshooting second-year player Moses Moody, too. Moody could easily be an upper-30s shooter from behind the arc if he sees more floor time this season. Golden State will again have one of the most high-powered offenses in the NBA.
  • Defense: Golden State had plenty of highs and lows last year, particularly during the regular season. Despite injuries derailing its momentum at times, the Warriors consistently hustled on the defensive end, finishing fourth in opponent points per game, and second in defensive efficiency and opponent eFG% (effective field goal percentage.) Losing Gary Payton II hurts a bit as he was a crucial glue player for the Dubs. Still, they will be returning James Wiseman from injury and giving Jonathan Kuminga more tick. Wiseman has the potential to be an effective rim protector, and if Kuminga buys in, he could be valuable on that end of the floor as well. Golden State has established a winning-by-any-means culture, which has featured it locking in defensively whether or not shots are falling.
  • Championship DNA: One of Golden State’s strengths is more intangible than the others, which is its unmistakable championship DNA. The Warriors have been to six of the past eight NBA Finals, winning four. They lost one series that they were up 3-1 against the Cavaliers and one to the Raptors after Kevin Durant and Klay Thompson suffered season-ending injuries. Scarcely does dominance like that exist in a league with more parity than ever.
  • Combination of Youth and Vets: Since Golden State has had a run-in with some unfortunate injuries over the past couple of years, it has inadvertently benefitted long-term by getting high draft picks like James Wiseman, Jonathan Kuminga, and Moses Moody. Those three players will be excellent in the future, and they will give the Dubs fresh legs when Curry, Thompson, and Green need to take longer rests due to age. Father Time is undefeated.


    • Injuries: I alluded to this point above, but the basketball “gods” and “Father Time” are indeed Golden State’s most significant concerns. Klay Thompson had two massive injuries in three years, while Steph Curry missed almost the entire 2019 campaign. Additionally, the Dubs have been without James Wiseman and even missed Draymond Green for nearly half of last season. If everyone can stay healthy, the Warriors will be a considerable favorite by the playoffs.
        Drew is one of the NBA Lead Writers at, specializing in betting content such as game predictions and player props. With a deep knowledge of players and prospects, Drew has an extensive edge in covering everything NBA.

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