Even after being stunned at home by the Los Angeles Clippers in Game 5 of their first-round series, the Golden State Warriors are still the odds-on favorites to win the 2019 NBA finals. The back-to-back defending champions remain way ahead of teams like the Milwaukee Bucks, Houston Rockets and Toronto Raptors.

Once -200 favorites to successfully execute a 3-peat, Golden State's odds are slightly down to -185, according to OddsShark. The Bucks are next at +400, followed by the Rockets at +500 and the Raptors at +1000.

Milwaukee, Houston and Toronto are all on to the second round. The Bucks swept the Detroit Pistons, while the Rockets and Raptors needed just five games to advance.

The Boston Celtics (+1500) swept the Indiana Pacers. The Portland Trail Blazers (+2800) eliminated the Oklahoma City Thunder in five games.

The Clippers have the worst championship odds by far at +20000

Golden State is involved in one of only two first-round series that have yet to be decided. The Denver Nuggets (+2600) have a 3-2 series lead over the San Antonio Spurs (+7000) before Game 6 Thursday night.

That means there’s a decent chance the Warriors’ first-round series will be the last one to end. It's certainly not something that was expected for a team that cruised through each first round on their way to four straight NBA Finals appearances.

The Warriors went 16-2 in the first round from 2015-2018.

If the Clippers can somehow manage to overcome what was once a 3-1 series deficit, it would have to be considered among the greatest upsets in sports history.

The Warriors are 9.5-point favorites, per OddsShark, for Friday night's Game 6 in Los Angeles.