Wednesday NBA Wagering Online – Bulls at Thunder on ESPN

November 30, 2010 NBA Basketball

The Oklahoma City Thunder opens up the regular season at home on Wednesday as they host the Chicago Bulls in NBA wagering online action.

The Thunder is expected to be a title contender this season with Kevin Durant while the Bulls should be improved when they get Carlos Boozer into the lineup.  Oklahoma City is favored in this contest on Wednesday that can be seen on ESPN and they will likely get the bulk of the action from gamblers making an NBA bet.

Chicago Lineup
Chicago is looking at a starting lineup of Derrick Rose at point guard, Keith Bogans at shooting guard, Luol Deng at small forward, Taj Gibson at power forward and Joakim Noah at center.  The bench for Chicago will be Ronnie Brewer, Kyle Korver, C.J. Watson and Kurt Thomas.  Chicago also has James Johnson and Omer Asik and they have Carlos Boozer but he is likely out for the next month due to injury.

Oklahoma City Lineup
The Thunder is likely to go with the same starting lineup they had last season. It will be Russell Westbrook at the point, Thabo Sefolosha at shooting guard, Kevin Durant at small forward, Jeff Green at power forward and Nenad Krstic at center.

Chicago Trends
The Bulls have some good trends for this game. The Bulls are 4-0 ATS in their last 4 Wednesday games. The Bulls are 9-2 ATS in their last 11 road games. The Bulls are 4-1 ATS in their last 5 vs. the Northwest. The Bulls are 4-0 ATS in the last 4 meetings in Oklahoma City. The Underdog in this series is 4-0 ATS in the last 4 meetings and the road team is 5-0 ATS in the last 5 meetings.

Thunder -6 at SBG
The Thunder is a six point favorite in this game. The total is listed at 194.5. Oklahoma City has been solid at home of late as they are 4-1 against the NBA wagering online number in their last 5 home games.

Total Trends – The Under is 4-1 in the Bulls last 5 road games. The Over is 8-1 in Oklahoma City’s last 9 vs. the Eastern Conference. The Over is 6-2-1 in Oklahoma City’s last 9 vs. the Central Division.

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