NBA playoff picks: Suns look worthy favourites
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NBA playoff picks: Suns look worthy favourites

The regular season is over and we have looked at the postseason odds to make some NBA playoff picks as the road to the finals gets under way.

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Phoenix Suns to be NBA champions @ 3.60

The Suns have been far and away the best team in the NBA this season and they look worthy favourites heading into the playoffs.

They won 64 of their 82 matches in the regular season – eight more than their nearest rivals – and will take some beating with home-court advantage throughout the postseason.

Winning 11 of 15 matches while Chris Paul was out injured proved they are not completely reliant on their star man but his return can only help them hit peak form when it matters and we fancy the Suns to shine in our NBA winner predictions.

Miami Heat to win Eastern Conference @ 5.50

Miami may not possess the star names of some of their rivals but have found a way of getting the job done with an impressive level of consistency as they finished top of the Eastern Conference with two wins more than the Celtics, Bucks and 76ers.

This week’s trip to the Bahamas has helped with team bonding and they continue to be under-rated, having been priced up as the fourth favourites to reach the NBA Finals from the East.

PJ Tucker looks set to recover from injury in time for Game 1 of the playoffs and Kyle Lowry has taken this team to another level.

Bucks to beat Bulls 4-0 @ 3.30

The Milwaukee Bucks are the favourites to win the Eastern Conference and while they may have problems further down the playoff road, it would be a surprise if they do not enjoy a routine series victory over the Chicago Bulls.

The Bucks have won all four meetings between these teams this season, including a 127-106 road win last week.

The Bulls made an impressive start to the season but have faded away since Lonzo Ball was injured in January and he looks unlikely to return anytime soon.

We’re backing the Bucks for a series clean sweep as the last of our NBA playoff picks.