Tom Stryker’s Free Basketball Play March 24th


#570 CHICAGO (-6) over Cleveland at 8 PM EST
In a bad mood off the 25-point home loss to the Jazz, the Bulls will bounce back with a solid effort in the Windy City against the visiting Cavaliers. Cleveland stumbled into the United Center off a 14-point home loss to Sacramento and the Cavs are in prime position to get roasted once again.

History will be all over this Best Bet too. Da Bulls have absoluteley dominated the Cavs inking a strong 29-16 SU and 30-15 ATS mark in the last 45 meetings. Even better, in division play running with rest and arriving off a blowout loss of 10 points or more, Chicago has performed very well posting a strong 64-37-1 ATS record. In this run battling a foe that scoots in off the comforts of a home game, the Bulls improve to a lucrative 43-21 ATS. Finally, when coming off a blemish, head coach Billy Donovan’s boys have bounced back posting a powerful 17-7 ATS mark in their last 24 games.

Holding a dismal 31-67 SU and 40-57-1 ATS tally in their last 38 contests, the Cavaliers have obviously been one of the NBA’s worst lately. In this run competing against an opponent that played in the comforts of home last, Cleveland falls to a woeful 16-35 SU and 18-32-1 ATS. Also, foreign courts have given the Cavs fits lately too. In in its last 17 true road games, Cleveland sports a shocking 3-14 SU and ATS tally including a disturbing 1-13 SU and ATS if its opponent holds a team won/loss percentage of .375 or better.

With a difficult road game on deck against the Spurs, the Bulls will do everything in their power to ensure a win against the Cavaliers. Take Chicago. Thanks and best of luck, Tom.

Stryker followed up Sunday’s 3-0 ATS performance in the NCAA Tournament with a solid CBI winner on Pepperdine last night and he’s prepared to cash one more postseason wager this evening. A sensational 31-6 ATS power angle supports this selection along with a reliable 8-3 ATS team trend. Grab Tom’s CBI Championship Best Bet for $30.