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Game Info: Chicago Bulls (2-8, 1-3 Away) @ New York Knicks (3-7, 2-3 Home)

  • Date: Monday, Nov. 5
  • Time: 7:30 p.m. EST 
  • Location: Madison Square Garden – New York, NY


Odds: Provided by FanDuel Sportsbook

  • Moneyline: CHI: (+118) | NYK: (-138)
  • Spread: CHI: +2.5 (-110) | NYK: -2.5 (-110)
  • Total: 213.5 – Over (-110) | Under (-110)

Interesting Stats:

  • The Bulls give up the eighth most points in the league to opponents, while the Knicks give up the 10th fewest amount of points.
  • Both the Bulls and Knicks ranked in the bottom 10 of scoring in the league, coming in at 23rd and 25th respectively. 
  • Bulls lead the head-to-head series 121-105 all time. 


Best Prop Bets:

  • Jabari Parker Over 16.5 points (-104): Parker is the type of guy that comes into the Garden and has a career night against a bad Knicks team. Assuming he will be checked by Tim Hardaway or Lance Thomas most of the night should give him a chance to hit this over. Frank Ntilikina will be on the Bulls most explosive offensive player, Zach Lavine, presumably. Parker will be the first scoring option outside of him. 
  • Frank Ntilikina First Basket (+1600): Head Coach David Fizdale has made it a point to continue starting Frank Ntilikina, but has emphasized him being more aggressive on the offensive end in recent games. With the Bulls being one of the worst defensive teams in the league, Frank could look to move on the coaches orders right away, and with value like +1600, it's worth a shot.

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