Chicago Bulls vs. Cleveland Cavaliers Pick Prediction NBA Pro Basketball Point Spread Betting Line Odds Preview 4-5-2015

| April 4, 2015

The Chicago Bulls are headed to the highway to face the Cleveland Cavaliers in an NBA pro basketball game slated for Sunday April 5th.

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Game time from Cleveland is slated for 3:30PM Eastern Time with national television coverage provided by ABC TV.

The wagering odds from this contest have the home side Cleveland Cavaliers the -8 ½ point wagering favorite with a total lined at 199 points.

Chicago improves to 46-30 on the campaign following the 88-82 home victory on Friday to the Detroit Pistons as a -9 ½ point wagering favorite. The total went under 196 ½ points. The club has won four of five games.

The Bulls survived a 38% shooting game and hit on 4 of 17 from three. Pau Gasol had 26 points and ten rebounds hitting on 11 of 19 shots. Chicago allowed 43% shooting to Detroit, 6 of 19 three pointers and forced 18 Pistons turnovers.

Cleveland is 49-27 following the 114-88 home victory on Thursday to the Miami Heat as a -9 ½ point wagering favorite. The total went over 196 ½ points. The club has won two straight and six of seven games.

The Cavaliers enjoyed a 50% shooting game with 15 of 35 from three. LeBron James had 23 points and eight rebounds hitting on 9 of 16 shots. They grabbed seven more boards than the Heat. Cleveland allowed 42% shooting to Miami with 7 of 21 from beyond the arc.

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