Interestingly, one team is off the board on BetOnline’s opening win-total lines: the Thunder, who are in a state of flux regarding a potential Chris Paul trade.The 2019-20 NBA regular season tips off Oct. 22.2019-20 NBA win-total projections:TeamWin total o/uMilwaukee Bucks56½Los Angeles Clippers55½Philadelphia 76ers53½Utah Jazz52½Houston Rockets51½Los Angeles Lakers51½Denver Nuggets50½Boston Celtics48½Indiana Pacers48½Golden State Warriors47½Brooklyn Nets45½Portland Trail Blazers45½Toronto Raptors45½San Antonio Spurs43½Miami Heat42½Dallas Mavericks41½Orlando Magic41½New Orleans Pelicans37½Detroit Pistons36½Minnesota Timberwolves35½Sacramento Kings35½Atlanta Hawks32½Chicago Bulls30½Washington Wizards28½Memphis Grizzlies27½New York Knicks27½Phoenix Suns26½Charlotte Hornets24½Cleveland Cavaliers24½As of 8 a.m. ET July 16. The defending champion Raptors, without Leonard, have a 45½ win-total over/under. The Warriors, a recent juggernaut who’ve been dismantled in the wake of their NBA Finals loss to Toronto, are at 47½.Zion Williamson’s Pelicans have a win-total projection over/under of 37½. Related News Giannis Antetokounmpo to Bucks fans at celebration: ‘After this day … please don’t call me MVP’ Paul George-to-Clippers official as Thunder GM drops subtle hint at tampering Giannis Antetokounmpo takes swings with Yankees Bucks’ Giannis Antetokounmpo on roster changes around the NBA: ‘It’s insane’ NBA trade rumors: Rockets, Clippers ‘strongly pursuing’ Andre Iguodala Who’s expected to be in for a long season? The Hornets’ and Cavaliers’ over/under is at 24½. The Bucks, with 2018-19 NBA MVP Giannis Antetokounmpo leading the way, and the Clippers, led by newly arrived NBA Finals MVP Kawhi Leonard, are among the teams with the highest win-total projections for the 2019-20 NBA regular season, according to BetOnline.ag’s over/under lines.The Bucks, who had the league’s best regular-season record (60-22) in 2018-19, have a win-total over/under of 56½, and the Clippers, who’ve also added Paul George, among others, are at 55½, followed by the 76ers (53½), Jazz (52½), Lakers (51½) and Rockets (51½).