Stabs at Westgate SuperBook’s 2014-15 over/unders

With the Westgate SuperBook posting their season win totals Tuesday, I made some predictions based off their numbers. Not too much thought was put into these, but there were still some snap-over/unders like the Lakers and Hawks and some win totals that, if I were actually making bets, would stay far away from like the Nets’ and Knicks’.

See what you think:

What are your over-unders?

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5 thoughts on “Stabs at Westgate SuperBook’s 2014-15 over/unders

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