Chicago Bulls vs Golden State Warriors Prediction 1/11/2019.
Starts at 10:30pm ET . Below are odds, preview, consensus picks and computer picks for Chicago vs Golden State.
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Zach LaVine is the only one capable of putting up points for Bulls and he might not play in this one. Go with Warriors -15 and Over.
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- @JoeM81 100% Last 10
You can think of this like an escalator. The Warriors are going up the escalator while the Bulls are going down and this game is where the teams cross paths headed in opposite directions. The Warriors have had some injuries that impacted their latest play do I do give them a little credit there The Bulls will be looking to stop the losing spiral but I don't see it happening tonight. I know the Warriors aren't great at covering ATS at home and that gives me a slight pause with a deep double digit spread but the Warriors beat the Bulls by 20+ points already this season. Its a fairly easy pick for me to stick with home team.
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They could have made this at 20 and I would have been tempted to take it. Chicago is a weak team mentally and physically. Playing the Warriors at home won't be any fun for them at all.
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San Jose Mercury News: Live updates: Warriors vs. Bulls, Friday at 7:30 p.m.
Join us for live news and analysis Friday at 7:30 p.m. as the Warriors hope to take care of another Eastern Conference opponent this week when the Bulls come to Oracle.
The Warriors (27-14), who routed the Knicks 122-95 Tuesday night behind Klay Thompson's 43-point night, are looking to duplicate their one-sided victory over the Bulls in October. Back then, Thompson set a new NBA record with 14 3-pointers as he poured in 52 points on 18-of-29 shooting in just 27 minutes.
Thompson's shooting display on Tuesday was also noteworthy in that he took just four dribbles while making his 18 baskets against New York.
Golden State Of Mind: Warriors vs. Bulls: Steph Curry is close to yet another milestone
Tonight, the Golden State Warriors face the Chicago Bulls, who we last saw getting lit up by Klay Thompson and being on the wrong end of a NBA 3-point shooting record.
This time, we can't say whether they'll catch a historic beat down, but it's Steph Curry who could end up hitting a milestone: with three shots from beyond the arc, Curry could pass Jason "The Jet" Terry.
Curry offered a heartwarming story today about why this milestone would be special to him -- he grew up looking up to Ray Allen and Reggie Miller, who would be the only two players ahead of him once he hits that milestone.
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9:30 p.m., NBC Sports Chicago
Chicago Bulls star Zach LaVine is listed as probable for the game tonight because of left ankle soreness. This is the same ankle that he sprained at the end of December.
DeMarcus Cousins is eyeing the Jan. 18 matchup against the Los Angeles Clippers for his season debut. That's good news for the Bulls tonight. Shaun Livingston was a full participant in practice yesterday and the Warriors have listed him as probable for tonight (left knee).
Official Site of the Bulls: Keys to the Game: Bulls at Warriors (01.11.18)
Tonight the Bulls visit the two-time defending NBA World Champion Golden State Warriors at Oracle Arena in Oakland, California. The Warriors will be playing their second game (both at home) in the last six days, whereas the Bulls take floor after falling to Portland (124-112) just 48 hours ago to tip-off a five-game Western Conference road trek. After tonight Chicago heads straight to Salt Lake City to take on the Utah Jazz tomorrow, and then visit Hollywood to meet the Lakers Tuesday, before ending up in Denver next Thursday to face the Nuggets before going back home.
Tonight also closes the season series between the Bulls and Warriors.
Golden State Of Mind: Preview: Warriors embark into second half of the season by hosting the wayward Bulls
The Golden State Warriors are going to play one last game in the comfy confines of Oracle Arena before packing up for a long road trip. In their last game out, the Warriors smacked the New York Knicks around and looked more like themselves than they have in a long time.
Some of that is certainly due to the team's returning health, as well as the looming return of one Demarcus Cousins sized solution to our Center rotation. But some of it, frankly, was also due to the fact that the Knicks aren't that good.
Golden State Of Mind: Can the Warriors blowout another Eastern Conference bottom-feeder, laying 15.5-points to the Bulls?
The Golden State Warriors had a wire-to-wire no doubt blowout for the first time in what seems like a long time, covering a 5.5-point first quarter spread, 10-point halftime spread and 17-point full game spread against the New York Knicks.
The Dubs are once again favored by more than fifteen points as they host the Chicago Bulls on Friday night. Here we discuss the odds and analysis from a betting perspective.
When: Friday January 11th, 2019 at 7:30pm PST.
Where: Oracle Arena, Oakland, California
TV: NBC Sports Bay Area
Line: Warriors -15.
Betting Prediction for Chicago Bulls vs Golden State Warriors on January 11, 2019, 10:30 PM ET
Free Betting Prediction: Golden State will WIN , Cover the Spread , and the Total will go Over .
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