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Posted: 1/15/2013 1:55:08 AM

Away:  Chicago [14-22 ATS]
Home:  Toronto [19-18-1 ATS]

Game Time: 7:00 PM
Stadium: Air Canada Centre

Recent Meetings:
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Team Leaders:

Chicago:
Points: Luol Deng (17.8)
Assists: Kirk Hinrich (5.4)
Rebounds: Joakim Noah (10.6)

Toronto:
Points: DeMar DeRozan (17.7)
Assists: Jose Calderon (7.7)
Rebounds: Ed Davis (6.4)

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Posted: 1/16/2013 5:18:30 AM
I think the Chicago will win this easy.. 

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Posted: 1/16/2013 8:31:03 AM
Bulls -3,5 till you can. No reason to play the Raptors especially if they played the day before and Bulls should have some mojo from the rout vs Atlanta.
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Posted: 1/16/2013 9:28:58 AM
The bulls are 0-3 ats after winning by 20 + this season something to consider before you jump all over Chi. Both teams are very defensive. The under might be the play.
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Posted: 1/16/2013 11:35:35 AM
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Posted: 1/16/2013 11:51:32 AM
TOR ML here.  
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Posted: 1/16/2013 12:34:57 PM
Looks like 70% of the bettors on this game will be wrong.
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Posted: 1/16/2013 12:43:28 PM

Raptors are 7-2 ATS on zero days rest and 3-0 when its at home.

Bulls are the worse ATS team at 14-22 and just 7-8 on 1 day rest,

This is a sandwich game for Chi they have boston on deck after a route of hawks, Tehy probally wont show up. 

Over 70% on Bulls and Vegas doesn't lose money.

Raps + 4 1/2 will wait for possible better line closer to game time.

Someone mentioned under cause they are both defensive, but Tor is just 19-19 under so no advantage there. Bulls could be flat so their scoring could stay low and under is possible.

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Posted: 1/16/2013 1:31:11 PM
Pick Free
Chicago -4.5 / Under 183.5
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Posted: 1/16/2013 1:37:24 PM
i hear ya garister, idiots that say easy win, have no idea what there talking about, and they obviously have no experience gambling. i remember when the Bulls blew someone out at home and everyone jumped on their wagon, the next night the Hawks pounded them.
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Posted: 1/16/2013 1:46:51 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by SoCal311:

The bulls are 0-3 ats after winning by 20 + this season something to consider before you jump all over Chi. Both teams are very defensive. The under might be the play.


To small sample to base the pick on. Plus one of those losses was on b2b.

[Quote: Originally Posted by garister]

Raptors are 7-2 ATS on zero days rest and 3-0 when its at home.

Bulls are the worse ATS team at 14-22 and just 7-8 on 1 day rest,

This is a sandwich game for Chi they have boston on deck after a route of hawks, Tehy probally wont show up. 

Over 70% on Bulls and Vegas doesn't lose money.



They have Boston on Friday. I think for a pro NBA team, 1 day of rest in enough to recover from a 1hour flight. If they played the Celtics tomorrow, then it would be another story.

I don't like being on the side of the public, but you have to see the bigger picture. Vegas doesn't need all the favs to loose for them to win money. Look at the whole card today and i think they'll collect on the Pacer game (if we are just talking 70%+ favs). The line open and movement with the Bulls have been fairly consistent with the consensus,which you cannot say for the shady 1/pk line on the Pacers.The Pacers blew off the Bobcats yesterday with the line set at 8, so the books are counting everyone will jump on a pk line. That said, the Pacers are playing b2b and is their 5th in 6 nights, while Orlando is playing with 2 days rest and just the 3rd in 6 nights.


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Posted: 1/16/2013 3:46:46 PM
[Quote: Originally Posted by BetCityOG]

To small sample to base the pick on. Plus one of those losses was on b2b.

[Quote: Originally Posted by garister]

Raptors are 7-2 ATS on zero days rest and 3-0 when its at home.

Bulls are the worse ATS team at 14-22 and just 7-8 on 1 day rest,

This is a sandwich game for Chi they have boston on deck after a route of hawks, Tehy probally wont show up. 

Over 70% on Bulls and Vegas doesn't lose money.



They have Boston on Friday. I think for a pro NBA team, 1 day of rest in enough to recover from a 1hour flight. If they played the Celtics tomorrow, then it would be another story.

I don't like being on the side of the public, but you have to see the bigger picture. Vegas doesn't need all the favs to loose for them to win money. Look at the whole card today and i think they'll collect on the Pacer game (if we are just talking 70%+ favs). The line open and movement with the Bulls have been fairly consistent with the consensus,which you cannot say for the shady 1/pk line on the Pacers.The Pacers blew off the Bobcats yesterday with the line set at 8, so the books are counting everyone will jump on a pk line. That said, the Pacers are playing b2b and is their 5th in 6 nights, while Orlando is playing with 2 days rest and just the 3rd in 6 nights.


I'm with you man! very well said.
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Posted: 1/16/2013 6:00:32 PM
you dont need a huge sample size its a season stat... ex lac r 9-8 ats n 9-0 su after winning by +20 pts if you play them the next game. they beat mem by 2o plus n go on to beat hou. i took lac ML for 2 dimes. i dont bet everyday but if i see a favorable angle ill play. bullz dont do good after big wins like that. now that the line moved a full pt ill take tor. another ex lal win by 20 n play home next game they cover 3-0 but on the road there 1-4 ats.  this how u make money is on angles ats n betting on good teams. you dont have to play very day to make money find those angles.. lets make that money sports investors :)
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Posted: 1/16/2013 7:05:54 PM
Take the points. Tor +4.5
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