It’s been another disastrous season for the Chicago Bulls and bettors have paid dearly for supporting the legendary franchise at the window this season.
Certainly, Chicago has been dismal in winning straight-up wagers.
When Chicago has won a game, betting against the Bulls to cover the spread in its next game has been a best-bet type play this season.
Also, the Bulls have been very bad at home against the spread, especially when favored.
But even when the Bulls have been the underdog at home, they have been a bad bet.
The Bulls also don’t fare very well with two or three days off. They also show a losing percentage when playing with exactly one day off.
Chicago also doesn’t cover the spread as frequently when playing teams from the Western Conference, or from outside of its division, in general.
We may tend to trust Chciago more when they are on the road, as either a favorite or an underdog.
The Bulls have shown a tendency this season to go OVER when they are a road underdog.
Also, the Bulls have trended OVER when coming off a straight-up victory.
However, Chicago has been a strong UNDER play when meeting fellow Eastern Conference opponents.
And the Bulls are a decent UNDER team when coming off a straight-up loss.
At home, the Bulls have also had a tendency to go UNDER this season, as a favorite or an underdog.
The strongest UNDER situation through this season has been when the Bulls are playing a divisional opponent.
Also, the Bulls’ home games tend to go UNDER when when they are the favorite.
Chicago games also go UNDER more frequently when it is on the second game of a back-to-back.
You can bet legally on the Chicago Bulls at sportsbooks in the United States in several states, including New Jersey, Nevada, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island and Mississippi.
Sportsbooks that accept wagers on many Chicago Bulls games and propositions include Bet Stars, CG Technologies, Coasts Casino, Caesars, DraftKings Sportsbook, FanDuel Sportsbook, Fremont, Golden Nugget, MGM, Parx, Orleans, Sams, South Point, Stations, Sugar House, Westgame, and William Hill.