LA Clippers at Chicago Bulls NBA Pro Basketball Betting Preview

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Over national television on Tuesday night two hot teams will be in action as the LA Clippers will be the road team as they lock horns with the Chicago Bulls on December 11th. The Clippers and Bulls will meet from Chicago at 9:30PM Eastern Time and you can catch all of the action live over ESPN TV.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the road team LA Clippers the -3 point favorite with the over under line of 190 points. Those wagering on the LA Clippers on the money line will lay -150 odds. Bettors who believe the home underdog Chicago Bulls can pull out the straight up win tonight can take back +130 odds for their wager on the money line.

The Clippers and Bulls went head to head back on November 17th and it was all Clippers as they post the 101-80 victory as a -6 point favorite on their home court at Staples Center. The total landed under 190 points. LA came with a strong defensive effort in the victory by allowing Chicago just 33.7% shooting from the field and a miserable 2 of 14 makes from the three point line. The Clippers had a good shooting night hitting on over 49% of their shots and 5 of 16 from the three point lien. Blake Griffin led all scorers with 26 points and 10 rebounds on 11 of 18 shooting. Off the bench Jamaal Crawford poured in 22 points and 6 of 10 shooting. The Clippers have been playing good basketball with six straight wins heading into Chicago tonight. This follows a four game losing streak and in response the team activated Chauncey Billips and the club responded positively. Chicago is on a three game win streak and has five victories in their past five games. On Saturday they beat up on the New York Knicks by the score of 93-85 as a +2 ½ point underdog. The Bulls catch a break as NY was missing Carmelo Anthony. The Bulls despite playing on back to back nights and their fourth game in five nights gave a strong effort defensively limiting New York to just 32% shooting.

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