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Boston awaits for the Bucks as they attempt to close the series with Chicago, and despite missing Khris Middleton they shouldn’t have any trouble.
Bulls @ Bucks (9:30am)
Bulls Under 102.5 Points ($1.86)
The Bulls did great to take Game 2 with a 114-110 upset win, but there’s no doubt the Bucks will wrap this series up in five with Boston waiting in the wings.
To make matters worse for Chicago, one of their few scoring options in Zach LaVine has entered health and safety protocols and is highly doubtful for Game 5.
Averaging 94 points per game this series and only recording three figures in their Game 2 win, it’s hard to see Chicago going over the 102.5 points in this game. DeMar DeRozan has been well held this series averaging 23.3 points at 40% field goal – but if you take away his 41-point performance in Game 2 he’s averaging just 17.3 points at 33% shooting from the field.
There’s no way Milwaukee let Chicago extend this series – expect their defence led by Jrue Holiday once again restrict Chicago’s scoring and keep the Bulls under 100 points for the fourth time this series.
Same Game Multi
Chicago Under 102.5 Points
Giannis Antetokounmpo Under 33.5 Points
Nikola Vucevic 15+ Points
Nuggets @ Warriors (12:00pm)
Steph Curry Over 33.5 PA ($1.84)
Failing to secure the sweep in Game 4, Steph Curry’s Warriors are ready to call this a series when they return home for Game 5 against the Nuggets.
Game 4 provided us the best indication that Steph is good to go for 36 minutes now after Steve Kerr eased him into the series. Curry played just under 37 minutes in Game 4 finishing with 33 points and 8 assists, but his PA line still remains set at 33.5 for Game 5.
Curry’s per 36-minute numbers this series have been off the charts at 35.3 points and 7.1 assist per game against the Nuggets, and with his minutes progression building there’s no reason why we can’t see him produce these numbers for when the Warriors look to advance to the second-round of the playoffs.
His last three games have produced PA outputs of 38, 33 and 41 – he shouldn’t have trouble covering this line with the star point guard trending in the right direction.
Same Game Multi
Steph Curry 25+ Points
Klay Thompson 20+ Points
Nikola Jokic 30+ Points
Milwaukee 11+ / Golden State H2H = $2.11