Suns vs Bulls – NBA :Third team in the East seeing mathematically confirmed what was long written
The Chicago Bulls come into this stage almost waiting for the season to end in order to see what draft pick they end up with.
The team is only ahead of Knicks and Cavaliers, with a 19-52 record, with the team coming off a streak of 5 consecutive losses and being 1-7 on the last 8 games, after a couple of very interesting wins before that.
The team is coming off a loss that happened this Sunday in Sacramento, against the Kings, by 102-129, already after having lost in LA against the Clippers, on a more balanced match by 121-128.
In last place of the West for several weeks, the Suns are really the only team of the conference that is already mathematically out of the play-offs on a scenario that was also predictable for quite some time.
Still, the team has been standing out clearly as the worst of their conference, currently having a 17-54 record, the 2nd worst in the entire NBA, only ahead of the Knicks.
Similarly to some of the worst teams in the league, the team from Phoenix has been doing well lately, having gone 6-4 on the last 10 games.
The last time they’ve played, 2 days ago, they’ve won in overtime against the Pelicans in New Orleans by 138-136, benefiting from an unusual situation already
close to the final seconds, when the Pelicans had the win in their pocket but eventually threw it away. TJ Warren is out, while Richaun Holmes and Tyler Johnson are in doubt.
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Suns vs Bulls – Betting Tip and Prediction: :
This is a duel between two of the worst teams in the league, but with young rosters and with quality, with both sets of fans feeling hopeful for the near future.
Both teams stand out with some of the worst defensive records in the NBA and they manage to score a lot of points on a good day.
I believe that both of them will try to win here, imposing a rhythm and a style that is interesting for those that like to watch loose basketball, that’s daring and with several opportunities for easy shots.
The possible absence of Holmes for the Suns benefits what theoretically the Bulls might exploit on the interior game, which helps me conclude that betting on the
Over is a good choice for this game.
I should also remind that on the only time they’ve faced each other previously this season, on November 21st, the Bulls won in Chicago on a game with 240 points (124-116) and mention that the fact they travel to Phoenix on a B2B after the loss in Sacramento doesn’t scare me a lot, even because most of the Bulls’ players are very young.