A lot can change in the run of a weekend. The NBA Championship futures odds were shaken up over Friday, Saturday and Sunday with a few new front runners topping the board as we head into a fresh week of NBA Playoff action. Here’s a look at the favorites to hoist the Larry O’Brien Trophy at the top sports betting sites.

Golden State Warriors (+140)

The Warriors are still the championship favorites, even though they’ve been bullied by the Memphis Grizzlies in their conference semifinal series. Golden State’s dynamic guard duo of Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson have been held in check and the Warriors interior issues are coming to light against a gritty Memphis frontcourt. But all it takes is for one of those guys to catch fire and this series takes a major turn.

Los Angeles Clippers (+300)

The Clippers have the Houston Rockets on the ropes, winning three of the first four games of this second round series. Perhaps the most impressive thing is that Los Angeles is one win away from the conference finals despite missing point guard Chris Paul for the first two games versus the Rockets. The Clippers are deep, well coached and appear to be peaking at the perfect time.

Cleveland Cavaliers (+350)

The Cavs’ odds would look much different had LeBron James missed that corner buzzer beater in Game 4. But here we are, with Cleveland locked 2-2 with the Chicago Bulls in this conference semifinal. The Bulls’ banged-up frontcourt is letting the Cavaliers’ thin interior off the hook – something the big Western Conference teams won’t do if Cleveland makes it to the Finals.

Chicago Bulls (+1,000)

If you’re looking for value in the NBA futures odds at the top sports betting sites, the Bulls might just be that bet. Chicago has one of the best backcourt combos in the league in Derrick Rose and Jimmy Butler, and a dominating frontcourt – headlined by Pau Gasol – that has pushed around the Cavs’ big men for most of this series. However, the one hook with the Bulls is health and we’ve already seen Gasol go down with a hamstring. A lot of this price on Chicago has to do with its inability to survive the postseason grind.