NBA All-Star weekend is here as plenty of teams are thrilled for the break while others don't want to see their momentum stopped.
Indiana (30.5) became the first team to cash its win total as they head to the break with 33 victories, including a recent three-game winning streak.
Utah (38.5) was on its way to cashing the UNDER and missing the playoffs following a slow start, but the Jazz are the hottest team in the league by running off 11 straight wins. The Jazz are on pace to finish above .500 and play their next four games at home after the All-Star break.
Chicago (22.5) has overcome a 3-20 start to the season to creep within cashing its win total. The Bulls are up to 20 victories in spite of a recent 2-9 run, but Chicago should reach 23 wins before the end of March.
Golden State (67.5) owns the second-best record in the NBA at 44-14 after losing its final game before the break at Portland. The Warriors lost a total of 15 games last season but are one loss away from cashing the UNDER on their win total.
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