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#528 CHICAGO (+3) over Miami at 8 PM EST
With confidence off back-to-back SU and ATS wins over Washington and Los Angeles (Clippers), Chicago will pull off the upset when Miami comes to town on Saturday night. The Heat enter this Eastern Conference battle off a pair of SU and ATS victories over the Kings and Celtics and this will be a difficult spot for head coach Erik Spoelstra and his men.

Currently resting in the No. 5 slot in the Eastern Conference standings, the Bulls need a win here to help them stay out of the play-in tournament. If that wasn’t motivation enough, the simple fact that head coach Billy Donovan’s crew competes in this game with triple revenge will be more than enough to keep Da Bulls focused on the task at hand. The history is certainly noted. Chicago holds a soft 9-24 SU and 13-20 ATS record in the last 20 games in this series. However, inside the United Center, the Bulls have been a tough out notching strong 29-10 SU and 27-12 ATS record in their last 39 games. In this run hitting the court with confidence off a straight up win, Coach Donovan’s troops improve to a healthy 19-6 SU and 17-8 ATS including a golden 8-0 SU and ATS in their last eight in this setting provided their opponent arrives off a straight up victory as well.

This is a terrible wagering spot for the Heat. As a guest hitting the court with confidence off back-to-back SU and ATS wins, Miami has struggled posting a weak 30-66 SU and 34-55-6 ATS mark provided its opponent owns a team won/loss percentage of .500 or better. In this run fighting a foe that enters with momentum off two or more straight up wins, Coach Spoelstra’s boys fall to a disturbing 7-19 SU and 6-18-2 ATS including a pitiful 5-19 SU and 4-18 ATS provided this is a non-division game.

In need of a victory to remain one of the top six seeds in the Eastern Conference, the Bulls will rise to the occasion and grab this payback payday. Take Chicago. Thanks and best of luck, Tom.

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