The 76ers, Celtics and Raptors appear to be the three favorites to be Eastern Conference champions.
But not to Metta World Peace.
He has an interesting prediction for who makes the conference finals, and it includes two of his former teams.
That's right: He thinks the Knicks and Pacers will play for a spot in the NBA Finals.
The last time that happened was 2000, when the Patrick Ewing- and Jeff Van Gundy-led Knicks lost in six games.
New York's over/under for the 2018-19 season, set by Westgate Las Vegas, is 29.5 wins, the fifth-fewest among all NBA teams.
Indiana's, meanwhile, was set at 47.5 wins, which is fewer than Boston's (57.5), Toronto's (54.5) and Philadelphia's (54.5) among Eastern Conference teams.
World Peace spent six seasons with the Pacers from 2001 to 2006 and played 29 games with the Knicks in the 2013-14 season. He last played for the Lakers in the 2016-17 season.