The Westgate Las Vegas Superbook released the projected over-under win totals for all 30 NBA teams on Tuesday. It is no surprise that the Golden State Warriors are expected to have the most wins in the 2017-2018 NBA season -- 11 wins more than any other team.

Here is the list for the projected playoff teams in each conference and their expected number of wins for the 2017-2018 NBA season:

Western Conference:

Golden State Warriors - 67.5

Houston Rockets - 55.5

San Antonio Spurs - 54.5

Oklahoma City Thunder - 51.5

Minnesota Timberwolves - 48.5

Denver Nuggets - 45.5

Los Angeles Clippers - 43.5

Portland Trailblazers - 42.5

In the Western Conference, eight teams are projected to be over .500 while the remaining seven is projected to be under.

In this projection, we are expecting a playoff rematch in the first round between the Portland Trailblazers and the Golden State Warriors, and a matchup between the Minnesota Timberwolves and Oklahoma City Thunder which is expected to be a highly contested one.

There has also been a projected major drop off with the Memphis Grizzlies and the Utah Jazz. The Grizzlies lost Power Forward Zach Randolph this offseason who was signed by the Sacramento Kings to a $24 million over two years contract and are likely to also lose their defensive specialist Guard Tony Allen.

While the Utah Jazz lost All-star Small Forward Gordon Hayward who signed with the Boston Celtics to an over $127 million over four years contract.

They also lost their starting Point Guard George Hill who signed the Sacramento Kings on a three-year, $57 million deal.

The San Antonio Spurs are also projected to be over 50 wins this season which will be their 19th straight season with over 50 wins if they are able to do so.

Eastern Conference:

Boston Celtics - 56.5

Cleveland Cavaliers - 53.5

Toronto Raptors - 48.5

Milwaukee Bucks - 47.5

Washington Wizards - 47.5

Miami Heat - 43.5

Charlotte Hornets - 42.5

Philadelphia Sixers - 42.5

In the Eastern Conference, eight teams are also projected to be over .500.

The Boston Celtics are expected to be on top of the Eastern Conference for the second straight season.

The young Philadelphia Sixers are also projected to be over .500, and are expected to be in the Playoffs for the first time in six seasons.

After losing Jimmy Butler, the Chicago Bulls are expected to be at the bottom of the team standings with only 21.5 expected wins. The Indiana Pacers who lost Paul George and the Atlanta Hawks are also projected to be out of the Playoffs.