Chicago Bulls versus Cleveland Cavaliers Game 5 Odds Betting Lines Pick Prediction NBA Playoff Preview 5-12-2015

| May 11, 2015

The Chicago Bulls are headed to the road in Game 5 to play the Cleveland Cavaliers in an NBA playoff pro basketball game scheduled for Tuesday May 12th.

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Tip off time from Cleveland is scheduled for 7PM Eastern Time with national television coverage provided by TNT TV.

The betting odds have the home side Cleveland Cavaliers the -5 point favorite with an over under line set at 191 points.

Cleveland evens up this series at 2-2 following the 86-84 road victory in Game 4 on Sunday to the Chicago Bulls as a +3 point betting underdog. The total finished at under 194 points.

LeBron James hit a corner jumper as time expired at the buzzer to break an 84-84 tie. They survived a 38% shooting game and hit on 5 of 25 from three. James finished with 25 points and 14 boards on 10 of 30 shooting. Cavaliers had pin point accuracy at the free throw line making 23 of 24 shots. Timothy Mozgov had 15 points and 9 boards as he made 4 of his 5 shots.

The Bulls shot just 36% from the field with 9 of 21 makes from three point distance. Derrick Rose had 31 points and four assists going 11 of 23 from the field. Pau Gasol missed the game due to a hamstring injury as they had four fewer rebounds than the Cavs. Gasol is questionable for Game 5. Jimmy Butler chipped in with 19 points and five rebounds as he made 8 of his 21 shots.

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