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Chicago Bulls Odds, Betting Guide & Picks for 2019-20

Chicago Bulls Odds, Betting Guide & Picks for 2019-20

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Injuries ravaged what was supposed to be a productive Year 2 of the post-Jimmy Butler rebuild. But a bright young core that includes Zach LaVine and Lauri Markkanen, combined with two key veteran free-agent signings (Thaddeus Young and Tomas Satoransky) has the Bulls thinking postseason in the East.

Here are the key odds available and how you should bet them:

Bulls Win-Total Betting

The Line: 30.5 with 888sport

Both LaVine and Markkanen have All-Star potential this season, Young and Satoransky fill perfect role needs, and Otto Porter is one of best 3-and-D wings in the NBA. Health permitting, the Bulls have more than enough talent in the East to be in the mid-30 wins this season.

The Bet: Take the over. This is one of our favorite over-unders on the board.

Bulls Central Division Odds

The Line: +15000 with SugarHouse

The Milwaukee Bucks reloaded this offseason and the Pacers are a lock to make the postseason. Even the Pistons should feel good about making the postseason a second straight season. That leaves no room for the Bulls to contend for a Central Division title.

The Bet: Avoid these odds.

Bulls Eastern Conference Odds

The Line: +9000 with 888sport

The Bulls believe the core of their future is in place, but it will be a few years before they start talking about contending. This season could be a jumping-off point where they graduate from a true rebuild, but they’re not ready to battle for East supremacy.

The Bet: Pass on these odds.

Bulls NBA Title Odds

The Line: +22000 with FanDuel

Michael Jordan’s six titles will stand for now. The Bulls are far away from joining the ranks of the contenders. They filled needs in the offseason and they have a handful of talented young players still on rookie contracts. But there won’t be a seventh banner raised in the Windy City next June.

The Bet: Avoid these odds.

Best Bulls Player Prop Bets

The Line: Zach LaVine All-Star +350 with PointsBet

LaVine had the numbers to be an All-Star last season – 23.7 points, 4.7 rebounds, 4.5 assists – but the Bulls were 14-44 at the break, and that ended his chances. His team will be better this season, and it doesn’t hurt his candidacy that the All-Star Game is in Chicago. He’s the go-to scorer and should see an efficiency boost with more talent around him. All signs point to LaVine – if he stays healthy – jumping to All-Star status this season.

The Bet: His odds are excellent value and are a solid bet.