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NBA Gambling Trends: Chicago Bulls have strong track record off poor defensive performance

04.22.2014     07:19 AM     Printer Friendly
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Washington at Chicago -5.5 O/U 181.5

Fairly strong trend in play for tonight's Washington-Chicago Game 2. Under Tom Thibodeau, the Bulls are 39-20 SU and 36-22-1 ATS off a loss in which they allowed 100+ points. In those 59 games, Chicago allowed an average of 92.1 points per game. This season, under those same parameters, they are 8-4 SU, 9-3 ATS including a current run of 5-1 SU, 6-0 ATS.


“Our defense wasn’t very good,” coach Tom Thibodeau said. “You have to adjust to how the game is being called. We can’t allow it to take away from our aggressiveness. We have to play hard without fouling. We have to be disciplined.







Tags: NBA Washington Wizards Chicago Bulls




NBA Handicapping: Toronto not concerned with first round matchup

04.16.2014     07:01 AM     Printer Friendly
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The Toronto Raptors claim not to care who they play in the first round of the NBA Playoffs. They are currently tied with Chicago for the no. 3 seed. A win tonight over the Knicks means Toronto will face either Washington or Charlotte. If they lose and the Bulls win (at Charlotte), the Raptors would face Brooklyn in the first round. Head coach Dwane Casey has been resting his starters at times down the stretch of the regular season.


“I’m more worried about us moreso than who we play. It’s about us. About our health, rest, whatever we decide to do in that situation. If we play Brooklyn, we play Brooklyn, if we play Washington, we play Washington, there’s no easy teams left in the playoffs right now, all the teams are very capable,” Casey said.

“Brooklyn is probably more playoff-ready, but we can’t control that and we’re not going into this game trying to control that. I’m more worried about our guys’ health — rest if we rest them — and our rhythm. And

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Tags: NBA Toronto Raptors New York Knicks Chicago Bulls




NBA Handicapping: Chicago Bulls concerned with winning not first round matchup

04.04.2014     07:35 AM     Printer Friendly
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It is pretty obvious there are a number of NBA teams trying to lose for a better draft slot but every year around this time talks surface about "tanking" in order to secure a better postseason matchup. For whatever reason someone came up with the idea that the Chicago Bulls would be better served facing the Nets (2-1) as oppose to the Wizards (0-2). Joakim Noah ain’t buying it


"We're just trying to play good basketball," Noah said. "There's no way in hell we're going to try and lose games to match up against anybody. I think whatever happens, happens, so we're just going to keep playing our game, keep winning as much as we can, and then (we) can't wait for the playoffs."

"I think losing games to try to play somebody, I think that's soft," Noah said. "That's soft. We're not soft."







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NBA Handicapper Free Play: Golden State Warriors at Chicago Bulls

02.26.2014     09:56 AM     Teddy Covers     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Teddy Covers

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Golden State -3 at Chicago O/U 186.5
Recommendation: Golden State


My clients and I cashed a winner with the Warriors as they opened up this East Coast swing with a come-from behind victory at Detroit on Monday.  And the ‘buy’ sign on the Warriors is only getting brighter as they get healthier. 

Starting center Andrew Bogut returned to the lineup on Monday, and starting power forward David Lee has been upgraded to ‘probable’ for tonight.  Both Jermaine O’Neal and Draymond Green played well in the absence of Marc Jackson’s two usual low post starters.  That leaves the Warriors with a deep, veteran frontcourt that is relatively fresh and playing at a high level right now.

When the Warriors beat the Bulls by 15 at home earlier this month, Chicago had no answers for Steph Curry, Klay Thompson, Jordan Crawford and Harrison Barnes.  Golden State’s top four perimeter sharpshooters combined to hit 11-18 from Read more



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NBA Handicapper Free Play: Denver Nuggets at Chicago Bulls

02.21.2014     10:42 AM     ER Sports     Printer Friendly
Submitted by ER Sports

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Denver at Chicago -7 O/U 190
Recommendation: Under


The Denver Nuggets head to the Windy City searching for answers across the board, particularly on the offensive end of the floor after losing point guards Ty Lawson and Nate Robinson.  Randy Foye has tried to fill in but he’s obviously playing out of position.  Tonight, it won’t get any easier for the Nuggets as they’ll face one of the best defensive teams in the NBA.  The Bulls with outstanding head coach Tom Thibodeau thrive at being able to take away what the opposition does well.  Catching Denver in a back-to-back situation will make scoring for the Nuggets a true uphill battle.  The Bulls have held the opposition to an average of less than 85 points per game their last four and have gone UNDER the total in 8 of their last 11.  They’re playing arguably their best basketball of the season, while winning four in a row with an eye towards the playoffs.  Look for a low scoring, Read more



Tags: NBA Denver Nuggets Chicago Bulls Erin Rynning




NBA Betting News: Memphis Grizzlies and Miami Heat go up 3-1

05.14.2013     10:02 AM     Printer Friendly
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Submitted by Stat Intelligence

The night is running late so let’s jump right into the numbers…

Memphis 103, Oklahoma City 97 (in overtime)

2-Point Percentage: Oklahoma City 42%, Memphis 42%

3-Point Shooting: Oklahoma City 9/20, Memphis 6/17

Free Throws: Oklahoma City 20/22, Memphis 25/29

1’s and 2’s: Oklahoma City 70, Memphis 85

Rebounds: Oklahoma City 44, Memphis 41

Turnovers: Oklahoma City 15, Memphis 7

An inverse of Game One. This time, it was Oklahoma City as the road team blowing a big lead (up 17 at one point), so Memphis as the home team could “steal” a win. The Grizzlies had to go overtime to do it. In fact, Oklahoma City won G1 by a 93-91 score, while this one went OT at 94-94. Those two cancel out. The other two games in the series were 6-point Memphis wins (one at each site).

Average Regulation Result: Memphis by 2.5

Memphis is now +17 in turnover differential, which Read more



Tags: NBA Memphis Grizzlies Oklahoma City Thunder Miami Heat Chicago Bulls State Intelligence




NBA Gambling: Nearly 60% of bettors on Miami Heat for Game 4

05.13.2013     11:14 AM     Printer Friendly
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Here are the consensus bets for tonight’s two NBA Playoff Games courtesy of Bookmaker. Note that the percentages represent the number of bets (not total handle) placed on each given wager.

Sides
Miami -8 - 59.0%
Memphis -4.5 - 56.3%

Totals
Oklahoma City-Memphis OVER 185 - 55.6%
Chicago-Miami UNDER 185.5 - 53.2%

Moneyline
Oklahoma City +170 - 70.7%
Chicago +340 - 59.5%




Tags: NBA Miami Heat Chicago Bulls Oklahoma City Thunder Memphis Grizzlies




NBA Handicapping: Deng and Hinrich out for Game 3

05.10.2013     01:08 PM     Printer Friendly
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Miami -8 at Chicago O/U O/U 186.5

No real surprise but Chicago's Luol Deng, Kirk Hinrich, and (gasp!) Derrick Rose have been officially ruled out for tonight's Game 3 vs. Miami.


"It's hard, man," Deng said of having to sit out. "We've had a long season. I've played with a lot of injuries. I've went through the wrist [injury] with torn ligaments. I had a fractured thumb, I played with it. I just went through all that to be able to play. I just didn't think something besides an injury would keep me out, and that's what makes it really hard. I don't know what you can do."

When asked how weak he feels, Deng replied: "Very. It's really my first day out of the house and out of the hospital. I haven't really left my bed much or done much."







Tags: NBA Chicago Bulls Miami Heat




NBA Postseason Betting Recap: Heat and Warriors bounce back strong

05.09.2013     07:49 AM     Printer Friendly
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Submitted by Stat Intelligence

Golden State got off the mat from Monday night’s gut punch with a fury...as they dominated the first half on the way to a 9-point road win. Miami reminded everyone why they’re favorites to go the distance, routing Chicago by 37 (and it could have been worse).

Numbers and notes…starting with the more compelling of the two…

Golden State 100, San Antonio 91

2-Point Percentage: Golden State 44%, San Antonio 44%

3-Point Shooting: Golden State 11/23, San Antonio 5/21

Free Throws: Golden State 13/20, San Antonio 16/24

1’s and 2’s: Golden State 67, San Antonio 76

Rebounds: Golden State 50, San Antonio 48

Turnovers: Golden State 9, San Antonio 10

It’s tempting to say that Golden State learned a lesson about protecting a second half lead. But, you know what? They were outscored 48-38 in the second half. They had a LOUSY second half, lowlighted by only 17 points in Read more



Tags: NBA Stat Intelligence Golden State Warriors Miami Heat Chicago Bulls San Antonio Spurs




Teddy Covers' Las Vegas Wise Guy Report: Chicago Bulls outplay Miami Heat

05.07.2013     01:39 PM     Teddy Covers     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Teddy Covers

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To call the Heat prohibitive favorites in their series against the Bulls is something of an understatement!  Miami was a 12.5- or 13-point favorite by tip-off against Chicago for Game 1, the single highest pointspread of the second round by a fairly wide margin.  For the series, the Heat opened as 1:50 favorites offshore and 1:30 favorites here in Vegas (laying $30 or $50 to win a single dollar).  Even after their Game 1 loss, the Heat are still 1:9 chalk to win the series; a true rarity when it comes to series prices for teams trailing 1-0 having already lost their home court advantage.

Games aren’t played on paper, and despite Miami’s enormous perceived advantage, they were clearly not the better team in the series opener on Monday Night.  Some of that was simply rust off following a week long layoff.  San Antonio – the other team that swept their first round series, then sat around waiting for the second round – was comparably flat.  But unlike Miami, San Antonio saved their best ball for crunch time of the fourth quarter, whereas the Heat looked gassed and shocked when Chicago scored the final ten points of the Read more



Tags: NBA Chicago Bulls Miami Heat Teddy Covers



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