NBA Odds: Bulls vs. Warriors
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The Bulls made one of the biggest trade deadline moves of any team in the NBA, acquiring All-Star center Nikola Vucevic in exchange for Wendell Carter Jr., Otto Porter Jr., and two first-round picks.
They followed that up with a three-team deal that netted them big man Daniel Theis and playmaking wing Troy Brown Jr.
In this abbreviated season, the Bulls didn’t have time to practice with all of their new pieces before a road contest against the San Antonio Spurs.
Chicago looked like a team full of new players in failing to cover a +1.5 line against the Spurs, losing by 16 points.
Coming into Monday night, the Warriors have lost four straight games and seven of their past 10 overall. Stephen Curry is questionable, but assuming he is good to go on Monday, the Dubs will obviously put up a much better fight than they did in their 124-108 loss to the Hawks Friday.
Despite recent home woes, the Warriors are 12-10 against the spread (ATS) at home. Our latest PRO Report suggests that sharp bettors are banking on the Dubs continue covering at home. Let’s take a look.
NBA Picks: Bulls vs. Warriors
The line for Monday’s Bulls-Warriors opened at Warriors +5.5 before it was bet down to +1 ahead of Monday night.
Since this morning, there have been five Action Labs Bet Signals triggered on Golden State, signaling the sharp action backing the Dubs and moving the spread on Monday.
Monday’s Bulls-Warriors game fits into our NBA Tickets vs Money PRO System, which has a 56% win rate and an 8% Return On Investment (ROI) since 2015.
PRO Report Pick: Warriors +1