Chicago Bulls vs. Golden State Warriors Odds November 24, 2017
The 2017 NBA betting season continues this Friday with a total of 10 different matchups to fill all your sports betting needs. Fans betting on NBA games this evening might want to tune in for the late night matchup between the Chicago Bulls and the Golden State Warriors. The Warriors are coming off a tough loss to the Oklahoma City Thunder that has left sports betting websites questioning whether the Warriors should still be the Western Conference betting favorites. Let’s take a look at what kind of turnout NBA bookmakers are predicting for this evening.
Chicago Bulls vs. Golden State Warriors – Friday, November 24th
When: 10:30 pm ET
Where: Oracle Arena, Oakland, California
TV: NBA TV
Stream: NBA League Pass
NBA Odds & Lines:
Chicago Bulls +18 ½ (-110) 216 (-110)
Golden State Warriors -18 ½ (-110) 216 (-110)
— Golden State Warriors (@warriors) November 24, 2017
Chicago enters this Friday night matchup sporting a pitiful 3-13 record that ranks the franchise 5th in the Central Division. With the way things have been going, the Bulls would be lucky to finish this year’s season with more than 20 wins considering that they’re losing an average of 4 games in between the club’s scattered triumphs. At the moment, the Bulls rank penultimate in the Western Conference with the 3-15 Atlanta Hawks taking the last spot. The Bulls would need to post a 7-game winning streak and would need plenty of chips to fall in their favor if they are to get back in playoff contention. It’s extremely unlikely as the Bulls will be taking on a Golden State team this evening that is hungry for a rebound. Players betting on NBA games this evening should not even consider backing the Bulls over the Warriors.
Golden State Warriors
The Warriors enter this evening’s contest with a 13-5 record that ranks them 1st in the Pacific Division. However, despite having one of the best records in the NBA, Golden State ranks 2nd in the Western Conference behind the 14-4 Houston Rockets. It is a little surprising to see the Warriors already sitting on 5 losses on the season considering the incredible talent this club wields. However, the Western Conference isn’t the same as it was last year with a revamped Rockets as well as a revamped Thunder team. Nevertheless, despite the fact that the Warriors have lost a handful of games against the best teams in the league, players betting on NBA games are certain that Golden State could beat any team in the league in a best of 7 series.
The Warriors stars are dominant as always. This season it is Steph Curry leading the pack with his 25.5 points per game average. Behind him is none other than Kevin Durant who is averaging 24.7 per game. Klay Thompson comes behind those two superstars as he is putting up 19.5 each game. With those kind of numbers, it’s perfectly obvious why the NBA odds are backing Golden State this evening.