Basketball Betting – Indiana at Chicago at SBG Global

November 30, 2010 NBA Basketball

Basketball betting odds favor the Chicago Bulls in their home game against the Indiana Pacers on Saturday.

Both teams are in the first half of back-to-back NBA betting situations as the Pacers are home against the Wizards tomorrow while the Bulls visit Toronto. Let’s look at the stats for the Pacers and the Bulls.

Basketball betting trends tell us that the Bulls have won 6 of the last 10 meetings against Indiana and they are 6-4 against the basketball odds. The Bulls have won four of the last five home games against Indiana and they are 4-1 against the basketball odds. The teams have met twice this season with the home team winning each time in terms of basketball betting. Last month at Indiana the Pacers won 98-91 while the Bulls won 104-91 at home back in November as basketball betting stats indicate.

Indiana has Danny Granger healthy again and they are trying to make a late playoff push. The Pacers have been about a .500 team on the road in terms of NBA betting this season. Indiana is all about offense as they are in the Top 5 in the league in scoring as NBA betting numbers show but in the bottom five on defense.

The Bulls have been solid this season at home versus the basketball betting number. Chicago is just outside the Top 10 on offense in the league and in the bottom half on defense as basketball betting statistics show. They are similar in some respects to the Pacers in that regard in basketball betting.

The under is 6-3-1 in the last 10 meetings between the two teams as basketball betting numbers show. The Pacers have been a solid over team on the road this season as basketball betting numbers indicate. The Bulls have been a good over team at home so this game could see some points in terms of basketball betting.

You can be in basketball betting action this Saturday by opening an account at SBG Global. In addition to great NBA betting action you can bet on the Final Four which is always popular.

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