Chicago Vs Oklahoma NBA Betting Lines
You may well think that all the Christmas Day fun is over once all the presents have been opened, but there are still 5 great NBA games to look forward to throughout the day. Perhaps the one that is the pick of the bunch sees the Chicago Bulls head into the Chesapeake Energy Arena to face the Oklahoma City Thunder. Tip-off for this one is on Friday, December 25 at 2:30 PM EST on ABC. Click here to view MyBookie’s NBA betting lines.
Chicago Bulls Vs Oklahoma City Thunder NBA Betting Lines
— OKC THUNDER (@okcthunder) December 23, 2015
While you are busy doing last minute shopping and gift wrapping, we here at MyBookie.ag will be working hard to bring you all the up to date odds for this and every other big game. Be sure to check back to see how the lines are moving in this one, but for now let’s look at some trends that may help you cash out a winning ticket or two on Christmas Day.
Why bet on the Chicago Bulls
The Chicago Bulls (15-11) are on a 3-game losing skid that has seen them drop all the way down to the 7th seed in the Eastern Conference. They are now just 4-6 in their last 10 games. The Bulls are a less than impressive 9-17-0 ATS this season, and they have only managed to cover 3 times in their last 10 games. While the UNDER has hit more often than not in Bulls games this season, it’s worth noting that the OVER has come up in 4 of their last 5 games, including 3 games in a row now. The Bulls are averaging 100.4 PPG, and are giving up 99.5 PPG.
Why bet on the Oklahoma City Thunder
The Oklahoma City Thunder (19-9) are running away with the Northwest Division, and now have a 6-point lead over the Utah Jazz. They are 8-2 in their last 10 games, and will likely be coming into this on a 3-game winning streak since it is only the Lakers who stand in the way of winning their 3rd in a row. OKC are another team that has not been particularly good ATS this season, as they are 12-16-0 overall. The UNDER has come up in 19 of the Thunder’s 28 games this season, and the OVER/UNDER in OKC home games is 3-12-1. OKC is averaging 107.4 PPG this year, and are giving up 99.5 PPG.
Expert Pick and Final Score Prediction
The Bulls already have a win over the Thunder this season, but that came on home court. Chicago is going to have a much tougher time versus a team that is 13-3 at home this season, especially when they are not playing very good ball.