Tom Stryker’s Free Basketball Play April 6th


#586 CHICAGO (+7) over Boston at 8 PM EST
Off back-to-back SU and ATS home losses to Miami and Milwaukee, Chicago will rally the troops and give Boston a run for its money on Wednesday night in the Windy City. Even though the Celtics are on a jaw-dropping 24-5 SU and 17-11-1 ATS run, they’ll have their hands full with this determined Bulls bunch.

History will be on Da Bulls side. In this series taking the court off the comforts of a home game, head coach Billy Donovan’s boys have been worth the wager posting a reliable 47-28-1 ATS record in their last 76 tries. In this run priced competitively between -9.5 and +9.5, Chicago improves to a healthy 39-17-1 ATS. Also, as a conference host running the floor without confidence off two or more straight up losses, the Bulls hold a dependable 111-80 SU and 116-71-2 ATS mark including an astounding 36-12-1 ATS provided they arrive off a double-digit pointspread loss as well. With those two parameters live and Da Bulls priced as a single-digit underdog, this power angle improves to a solid 16-2 ATS.

With three games on the road to finish the season, and in the first of a back-to-back with a game at Milwaukee on deck, this trip to Chicago will prove to be a difficult one for Boston. For starters, when coming off a blowout win of 10 points or more, the Shamrocks have been a poor investment inking a weak 18-33-2 ATS mark in their next game. In this setting running the court against a foe that enters off a straight up loss, the Boys from Beantown slip to a feeble 7-20-1 ATS including a nasty 2-14 ATS if their opponent busts in off a double-digit blemish. Also, in conference play fighting a foe that enters off two or more straight up losses, head coach Ime Udoka’s troops own a disgusting 7-18-1 ATS mark.

With Zach LaVine expected back in the lineup, the Bulls own a little bit more in this underdog role. Take Chicago. Thanks and best of luck, Tom.

Checking in off last night’s victory on the Raptors, Stryker cruises back over to the NBA looking to connect on another outstanding investment opportunity. Two highly profitable angles support this selection, and these power angles own solid marks of 17-4 ATS and 25-9 ATS. Grab Tom’s NBA Division Game of the Week for $30.