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This is a 1* free play on the Chicago Bulls (8:05 EST).
AAA Sports is off a perfect 3-0 sweep on Monday, EASILY hitting his 10* NHL "GOW". He's now 27-20 +$5,773 ALL picks in March, 14-3 (82%) run w/ *10* TOP PLAYS & 10-2 (82%) L12 totals!
The last time these teams got together, the Bulls stampeded the Spurs 96-86 on January 29th in San Antonio.
I think they have another great shot at pulling off an outright upset today. Both teams come in with momentum. The Spurs look for their seventh straight win, most recently rolling to an extremely satsifying 111-87 victory over Miami on Thursday and then holding on for a 121-112 victory over Orlando on Saturday (note though that San Antonio is an amazingly poor 1-6 ATS in revenging a home loss vs. an opponent this year) . Chicago has won six of its last seven at home after beating the Heat on Sunday (note that Chicago is 3-1 ATS as a home dog in the 3.5 to 6 points range this year, and 18-14 ATS vs. good offensive teams which score 99 plus points per contest). Chicago is a bad “match-up” for a lot of teams, its aggressive defensive sets disrupted the Spurs in the first game and I expect San Antonio to once again have its hands full this evening against an equally as confident home side. It’s hard to imagine the Spurs not looking ahead to their game with the Blazers tomorrow night and while the outright win is obviously not out of the question, I’m going to suggest grabbing these points as this contest finishes a lot closer than what the oddsmakers would leave us to believe.
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