The Bulls are looking to continue their hot streak tonight when the Timberwolves come to the United Center. Chicago has won four of their last five games and they look like a completely different team from the one we saw at the start of the season.
Let’s take a closer look at the best Bulls vs. Timberwolves prop bets for tonight’s game.
But first, here is the current line for Bulls vs. Timberwolves at PointsBet Sportsbook:
Chicago Bulls: -4 (-110) // -171 // O 227 (-121)
Minnesota Timberwolves: +4 (-110) // +145 // U 227 (+100)
Illinois online sports bettors can bet on Bulls-Timberwolves at a number of different sportsbooks. There are tons of different markets to choose from, including spreads, moneylines, totals, and player props.
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Bulls vs. Timberwolves Player Props
Zach LaVine over 30.5 Points (-116)
Let’s hitch our wagon to the newest NBA All-Star, Zach LaVine. The Chicago star is being recognized for his incredible output this year and his overall growth as a player. LaVine is improving as a facilitator, rebounder, and defender this year, but he’s still a scorer first and foremost.
He’s averaging 28.6 points per game and has scored 31 or more points in 12 of his 30 games this year. It’s a smart bet to go with the over on LaVine against the defensively-challenged Timberwolves.
Minnesota ranks 23rd in the NBA in defensive rating.
Oh, and we are long past any “revenge games” for LaVine, but he should be motivated to play well against the team that traded him away. In five career games against the Timberwolves, LaVine is averaging 32.5 points per game.
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Coby White Over 2.5 Made Threes (-110)
Coby White is only shooting 36.1% from three-point range, but he’s doing it with a ton of volume. The second-year guard is taking just under 6.8 attempts per game from beyond the arc. As a result, he usually has enough opportunities to go over this number of 2.5.
White is shooting the ball well of late, hitting a total of nine triples over his last two games. His willingness to pull it from anywhere on the floor at any point in the game should give bettors confidence.
The Timberwolves are one of the best teams in the NBA when it comes to limiting the three-point shot, but White is usually a safe bet to take five or more threes no matter who he’s playing.
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Wendell Carter Jr. Over 10.5 Rebounds+Assists (+100)
Wendell Carter Jr. is capable of going over on this number with rebounds alone. He’s done it five times this year and is coming off one of the best games of his career. Carter put up 18 points and 13 rebounds in Chicago’s 20-point win over Houston on Monday.
We love this bet with the odds you can get at William Hill. Carter only has one game this season where he has failed to notch a single assist meaning that if he hits double-digit boards, he’s almost a lock to hit this player prop.
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