Chicago Bulls versus Phoenix Suns NBA Pro Basketball Betting Preview

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The NBA pro basketball game over national television on Tuesday will feature two playoff contenders as the Chicago Bulls will continue their road trip with a stop to face the Phoenix Suns on February 4th. The Bulls and Suns will get things started from Phoenix at 9PM Eastern Time and NBA TV will provide the coast to coast TV broadcast.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business have the home side Phoenix Suns favored by -8 points with an over under line set at 191 ½ points. Those who bet on the Phoenix Suns on the money line will lay -360 odds with the return on the Chicago Bulls at +300 odds on the money line.

The Bulls will be on the back end of a back to back in this spot as they get crushed on Monday night to the Sacramento Kings by the score of 99-70 as a +1 ½ point wagering underdog. Chicago fell to one game under .500 for the season and sit in the sixth seed in the Eastern conference. Phoenix resides in the Western conference as have surprised many as the team sits in the sixth seed in the West and post a record of 29-18 season to date. This will be a rematch of a game played on January 7th in Chicago where the Bulls post the 92-87 victory against the Suns as a +1 ½ point wagering underdog. The Bulls had a good defensive effort in that home win as they held the Suns to 40.2% shooting and 6 of 23 coming from the three point line. Chicago also had nine more rebounds than the Suns in the win. Phoenix is playing well right now as the club has won five straight games and in that span the team has an eight point road win at Indiana on January 30th in the final game of a four game east coast road trip. The Suns have gotten by without point guard Eric Bledsoe who is out until after the All Star break with a knee injury.

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