Detroit Pistons vs Chicago Bulls Prediction: Double Dipping Tonight
Detroit Pistons vs Chicago Bulls Prediction: Double Dipping
1u - Marvin Bagley o13.5 PTS (-115) (Bet $115 to Win $100)
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Bagley is averaging 10 points per game in just 22.3 minutes. That would make his per 36 minutes stats north of 16 points per game. Only needing 14 is incredibly doable. Chicago may be without Nikola Vucevic, but regardless of him or Tristan Thompson im not scared of either. Chicago has been getting cooked in the paint recently and I think we’re in store for some more Bagley alley oops. Chicago really is a poor defensive team and they’ve been winning by just outscoring in high-scoring games. This and rebounds number both seem off so I’m gonna double dip here and risk it for the biscuit.
Bagley seems happy in his new scenery and has not been afraid of the moment. Last game we saw a huge volume which we love to see. Bagley shot 16 times, if that’s the case again he will definitely turn that into 14 points. The books didn’t know how to price Bagley today and it shows. I guessed his pts would be 15.5 and his rebounds would be 9.5 at plus odds. We are getting two bargains. As I write this play it is becoming more popular so act fast!
Josh has a knack for picking winning bets, and he specializes in the NFL, NBA, and MLB. As a lifelong Detroit sports fan, he has plenty of time on his hands during playoff season. You can follow him on Twitter at @ThatGuyBets.