Golden State Warriors NBA Championship Odds 2023-24

The current Golden State Warriors NBA championship odds are . The Warriors exceeded expectations in last year’s playoffs after a rocky regular season, nearly making yet another Western Conference Finals. In a surprise move, Golden State moved Jordan Poole for Chris Paul, in an attempt to better the locker room chemistry and double down on its narrowing championship window. Do the Dubs have one more ring left in them? Check out the Warriors’ odds, futures, strengths, and weaknesses below. 

Golden State Warriors NBA Championship Odds & Futures 2023-24

The current odds for Golden State futures are located in the table below. It includes championship, conference, division, playoff, and win total odds for the Suns.

Golden State Warriors NBA Championship Odds & FuturesOdds (Updated April 2024)
2023 NBA Championship Odds
Western Conference Winner Odds

Golden State’s off-season has been a roller coaster. The Warriors traded for Chris Paul, a heavy on-ball guard who is nearing his 40s, despite needing more youth and younger legs. This was a questionable move, but could still pay dividends; it is high-risk, high-reward.

However, the Dubs did make a couple of excellent moves that made much more sense for their roster and organizational situation; they drafted win-now forward Trayce Jackson-Davis and Brandin Podziemski, an excellent shooter and on-ball creator. Further, Golden State decided to bring in stretch big man Dario Saric, in hopes that he can stay healthy and contribute in the rotation.

If Golden State figures out its road issues that it faced last season and has a better locker room chemistry this year, it could make another deep playoff run. Check out all of the reasons for why the Dubs can (and cannot) win the 2023-24 NBA Championship below!

Reasons Why Golden State Warriors Can & Can’t Win NBA 2023-24 Championship

Strengths

  • 3PT Shooting: Curry and Klay are, without a doubt, the best shooting duo in NBA history. They revolutionized the game a decade ago and are as lethal as ever. Golden State’s motion offense constantly generates clean looks for them too, so opponents simply have to hope that they miss. Meanwhile, Andrew Wiggins is an efficient spot-up shooter that punishes double teams. Even guys like Moses Moody, Brandin Podziemski, and Chris Paul can chip in when they get clean looks. Overall, their ability to rain down threes can quickly cut any deficit.
  • Starting Lineup: The Curry-Klay-Wiggins-Draymond-Looney lineup played 331 minutes last season, and they produced an utterly dominant 21.9 Net Rating. This group thrives in all facets of the game, so Golden State should build leads with this unit on the court. The only question is whether Golden State will mix it up and plug in Chris Paul to the starting lineup due to his arrival or if Kevon Looney will stay in the starting lineup. Our vote would be the latter.
  • Championship DNA: The Warriors have been to six of the past nine NBA Finals, winning four. They lost one NBA Finals series where 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 that has more parity than ever.

    Weaknesses

    • Road Woes: Golden State boasted a tragically poor 11-30 on the road with a horrific -4.3 Net Rating. Their defensive miscues drastically increase, and they bleed open threes as a result. Perhaps, some of their issues could be attributed to the tension between Draymond Green and Jordan Poole, which would now be resolved in Poole’s absence; however, there is virtually no way that is the entire issue. Further, as Golden State’s core continues to get older, it will punt more regular season games, particularly on the road; as long as the Warriors get to the playoffs, they have a chance, but health remains paramount over seeding. Either way, their window is closing.
    • Health/Age: Over the past few seasons, Golden State has suffered a number of major injuries to key players. Klay Thompson tore both his Achilles and ACL in consecutive years, Steph Curry has failed to play in 57 or more regular season games in three of the past six seasons, missing almost an entire season one year, and Chris Paul is nearing his 40s. It takes a lot of skill and chemistry to win an NBA Championship, but it also takes a bit of luck, specifically regarding health. Golden State is not in the most ideal position in this regard.
        Drew is one of the NBA Lead Writers at Lineups.com, 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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