Chicago Bulls vs. Orlando Magic Pick Prediction NBA Odds 1-15-2014

| January 14, 2014

The Chicago Bulls will travel to face the Orlando Magic in an NBA pro basketball game scheduled for Wednesday night. Take some time to research the January 2014 best sportsbooks.

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Tip off time from Orlando is set for 7PM Eastern Time with national television coverage provided by the NBA League Pass Channel.

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Chicago falls to 17-19 on the year following the 102-88 home defeat on Monday to the Washington Wizards as a -2 ½ point wagering favorite. The game total finished at over 180 ½ points. The Bulls fell behind by 13 at the half.

They shot 43% from the floor and hit on 9 of 21 from three. Carlos Boozer had 19 points and seven rebounds on 9 of 15 shooting. They turned the ball over 18 times. On defense Chicago allowed Washington 52% shooting with 7 of 18 coming from three.

Orlando has lost eight straight to move to 10-28 with the 107-88 road defeat on Monday to the Dallas Mavericks as a +12 ½ point wagering favorite. The game went under 198 points. The Magic went behind 59-41 at the half.

The Magic shot 44.7% from the floor with 7 of 24 coming from three. Jameer Nelson had 21 points and seven assists on 7 of 14 shooting. Defensively Orlando allowed 50.6% shooting to the Mavericks with 13 of 27 makes from three.

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