Chicago Bulls Favored Big at Home Over the Milwaukee Bucks

December 28th, 2010 by Jack Jones Leave a reply »
The Chicago Bulls will host the Milwaukee Bucks tonight at the United Center, in the first meeting between these two Eastern Conference rivals. The Bulls (10-10) currently hold a seven-game lead over the Bucks (12-17) for first place in the Central, as the Bulls are the only team in the division with a winning record.

Taking a look at the NBA spreads for this game, the oddsmakers aren't giving the Bucks much of a chance in this one, as the Bulls come in favored by 8.5 points over the Bucks.

The Bulls were able to bounce back from a tough loss at New York on Christmas Day with an overtime win over the Detroit Pistons on Sunday. Chicago didn't exactly play all that great, as they shot just 39.6 percent from the field, but they found a way to win, and when its all said and done its not about how you win, its about how many.

Derrick Rose had 23 points, 12 rebounds, and eight assists against the Pistons, and him and Carlos Boozer are really carrying this team right now. Boozer had 31 points on 12-20 shooting and 11 rebounds. Rose is averaging 25 points, eight assists, and seven rebounds over his last five games, while Boozer is averaging near ...

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