The first round of the NBA playoffs is officially in the rear-view mirror, and the Golden State Warriors enter Round 2 in the same position as they entered Round 1: heavy favorites to win the NBA title.

Even without Kevin Durant (the team's second-leading scorer this season), who was held out for almost the entirety of the series with a calf injury, the Warriors ran through, around, over and above Portland and clinched a 4-0 series sweep. Stephen Curry was electric, averaging 35.5 points over the final two games to close the series. And Draymond Green did Draymond Green things, leading the team in both assists and rebounds in the four games. If Durant can get back on the floor and return to health, there's no reason to think the Warriors won't -- and shouldn't, for that matter -- be favored in every game from here until they get ousted or win it all.

The Warriors' second-round matchup against the Jazz will be interesting, given Utah's ability to close out the Clippers in seven games in Round 1. They have weapons all over the floor led by Gordon Heyward, who averaged 23.7 points per game in the series even with a three-point, nine-minute dud in Game 4. And the big man duo of Derrick Favors and Rudy Gobert is coming on strong as they prepare for the second round.

But right now, as the second-round series get underway, it's the Warriors and everyone else, followed closely by the Cleveland Cavaliers. No matter how you slice it, the odds favor an NBA Finals rematch from last season. 

Here are the latest Vegas odds from Bovada: