Basketball betting odds on Saturday favor the Chicago Bulls as they host the Charlotte Bobcats.
This could be a very important game in terms of playoff positioning so the intensity level should be high. The basketball betting situation favors the Bulls as Charlotte had to play at Oklahoma City last night.
Basketball betting scheduling information tells us that the Bobcats are playing the second game of a four-game road trip on Saturday. The Bobcats are 4-6 in their last ten games against the Bulls and 4-6 against the basketball odds. The Bulls have defeated the Bobcats in three of the last four games at the United Center and they are 3-1 against the basketball odds.
NBA betting results tell us that the teams have met twice this season with the Bobcats winning big each time but both of those games were in Charlotte.
Charlotte has been a profitable team for basketball betting gamblers at home and on the road this season. The Bobcats play excellent defense, ranking in the Top 5 in the league as basketball betting stats indicate. A team with a good defense is always worth considering in NBA betting. Charlotte has been in the playoff hunt in the last few weeks and a win over the Bulls here might be a necessity.
Chicago may make the playoffs this season but they have been nothing special in basketball betting. Their offense is in the Top 10 in the league as NBA betting stats show but it doesn’t blow people away and their defense is weak. Derrick Rose is an exciting young player though who can impact the basketball betting odds. He and Ben Gordon have been leading the team in scoring for much of the season as basketball betting statistics indicate.
Six of the last ten meetings between the two teams have gone under the basketball betting total. At Chicago, three of the last four have stayed under the NBA betting odds.
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