Tom Stryker - Chicago Bulls vs Houston Rockets

TOM'S 18-0 ATS NBA PERFECT DATABASE WAGER

Handicapper
Tom Stryker
League
NBA
Competition
Chicago Bulls vs Houston Rockets
Time
11/24/2021 08:10 PM
Bet Type
Point Spread
Pick
Chicago Bulls -8.5 (-110) (DraftKings)
Outcome
Loss
Analysis
#521 CHICAGO (-) over Houston at 8 PM EST The Bulls apply to a reliable NBA road favorite situation that holds a profitable 241-156-9 ATS record, and they'll have no trouble pounding the Rockets on Wednesday night. Houston limps into this contest on an ugly 0-15 SU and 5-9-1 ATS run, and head coach Stephen Silas will have no answer for this surging Chicago team. The fact that the Bulls enter this contest off a rough 109-77 beating at home to the Pacers on Monday night helps our cause too. As a road favorite laying -3 or more, Chicago owns a respectable 29-12 ATS mark provided they hit the hardwood without confidence off a straight up home loss. In this run battling a non-division foe, Da Bulls improve to a solid 23-6 ATS in their last 29 tries including a stunning 19-0 SU and 18-1 ATS provided they hold a team won/loss percentage of .555 or better. With those three parameters live and Chicago priced between -3 and -13.5, this team trend explodes to a sensational 18-0 SU and ATS. Since February 6th, 2021, Houston has been the worst team in the NBA posting a disgraceful 7-61 SU and 23-44-1 ATS record in its last 68 games. In this run playing in the comforts of home, the Rockets have imploded notching a stiff 5-28 SU and 7-26 ATS mark including a miserable 1-20 SU and 2-19 ATS provided they hit the hardwood off a blowout loss of eight points or more. Home dog roles haven't worked well for Houston either. In their last 30 games taking points inside the Toyota Center, the Rockets own a ridiculous 4-26 SU and 6-23-1 ATS record including 1-14 SU and 1-13-1 ATS provided their opponent does not enter off a straight up win of four points or more. Bulls head coach Billy Donovan wasn't happy with his squad's effort against the Pacers, and he will have them firing on all cylinders when they take on the woeful Rockets. Take Chicago. Thanks and best of luck, Tom.

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