Chicago Bulls (+190)/Orlando Magic (-235)
This is an extremely interesting total for these teams. Neither the Chicago Bulls, nor the Orlando Magic have been playing at a fast pace this season, but neither team has found an abundance of defensive success either. Evan Fournier, who missed the Magic’s last game, is traveling to the team today, and he’s fully expected to play. The Bulls also added a pair of their better offensive options – Kris Dunn and Bobby Portis – in their last game. This duo could still be on a minute’s restriction, but any time on the court (20-25 minutes) will add to the Chicago offense. There is concerns about this game being played in Mexico City, but these two teams run fairly deep rotations, and conditioning likely won’t play too big of a factor. I’m simply taking a shot on the total not adjusting to the improved offense in Chicago.
Bet 3 units on Chicago/Orlando OVER 209 to win 2.7 units (-110)
Parlay 1 unit on Los Angeles/San Antonio UNDER 221.5, Los Angeles Lakers +5 spread, and Orlando -5.5 spread to win 6 units (+600)