It took just one game for the Los Angeles Lakers to go from a pretty big favorite to a virtual lock in the 2020 NBA Finals over the Miami Heat.

That’s what the latest betting odds suggest, following LA’s dominant 116-98 Game 1 victory Thursday night. To add injury to insult, Miami lost two of its top three players while being embarrassed by LeBron James and Anthony Davis.

Goran Dragic suffered a torn plantar fascia in his left foot. Bam Adebayo left Game 1 with a neck strain. Both players are listed as doubtful for Friday’s Game 2.

The Heat’s chances of upsetting the Lakers if Dragic and Adebayo aren’t healthy are beyond doubtful.

Los Angeles’ odds exploded in light of the injury news, moving all the way to -6000 at FanDuel Sportsbook Thursday afternoon. The Lakers were -400 favorites Tuesday.

Miami had +300 odds to win the championship earlier this week, making them one of the biggest Finals underdogs of the last decade. In a 1-0 series hole, the Heat have +1600 odds to beat the Lakers in four of the next six games.

The Game 2 betting line is 9.5 points in favor of the Lakers. LA was a 4.5-point favorite in Game 1.

Adebayo was the best player in the Eastern Conference Finals. The All-Star led Miami with averages of 21.8 points, 11.0 rebounds, 5.2 assists, 1.7 steals and 60.8% shooting. Dragic is second on the Heat in the playoffs with 19.9 points and 4.6 assists per game.

A sweep for Los Angeles is considered to be the most likely outcome. The Lakers have even odds to win the series in four games.

Los Angeles has +185 odds to beat Miami in five games and +480 odds to win the series in six games. The odds of the Heat coming up short in seven games are up to +1200.

Miami has +3300 odds to win the series in exactly seven games. The Heat are given +6000 odds to win a six-game series.

Miami in five comes in at 100/1.

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Anthony Davis #3 of the Los Angeles Lakers and Bam Adebayo #13 of the Miami Heat fight for a rebound during the first quarter in Game One of the 2020 NBA Finals at AdventHealth Arena at the ESPN Wide World Of Sports Complex on September 30, 2020 in Lake Buena Vista, Florida. Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images