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Chicago Bulls vs. Orlando Magic odds, tips and betting trends | November 18

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The Orlando Magic (4-11) will look to break a six-game road losing streak when visiting the Chicago Bulls (6-9) on Friday, November 18, 2022 at United Center, airing at 5:00 PM ET on NBCS-CHI and BSFL.

The Bulls hit the court as 9-point favorites against the Magic. The point total for the game is 223.

Bulls vs. Magic Betting Odds

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Spread: Chicago -9
Total: 223
Moneyline: Chicago -411, Orlando +323

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Magic at Bulls odds, spread, & more

Prediction

Pick ATS: Magic (+ 9)
Pick OU:

Under (223)

Prediction:
Bulls 115 – Magic 108

Moneyline

Chicago has been the favorite in four games this season and has come away with the win three times (75%) in those contests.
Chicago has yet to enter a game this year with shorter moneyline odds than -411.
Chicago has an implied victory probability of 80.4% according to the moneyline set for this matchup.

Orlando has gone 4-10 in games it was the underdog on the moneyline (winning 28.6% of those games).
Orlando has played as a moneyline underdog of +323 or longer in just one game this season, which it won.
The implied moneyline probablility for this matchup gives Orlando a 23.6% chance to win.

Against the spread

The Bulls average only 2.6 fewer points per game (110.7) than the Magic give up (113.3).
Chicago has a 4-1 record against the spread and a 3-2 record overall when scoring more than 113.3 points.
Chicago has a 3-2 record when putting up more than 113.3 points.
Orlando is 3-2 against the spread and 3-2 overall when allowing fewer than 110.7 points.
Orlando is 3-2 when allowing fewer than 110.7 points.
The Magic score an average of 109.9 points per game, only 1.9 fewer points than the 111.8 the Bulls give up to opponents.
When it scores more than 111.8 points, Orlando is 5-1 against the spread and 3-3 overall.
Orlando has put together a 3-3 record in games it scores more than 111.8 points.
Chicago has an ATS record of 7-0 and a 6-1 record overall when its opponents score fewer than 109.9 points.
Chicago’s record is 6-1 when it allows fewer than 109.9 points.
The Bulls are at the 19th spot in the NBA’s scoring charts (110.7 PPG), while the Magic allow the 15th-fewest points per game (113.3) in the league.
Orlando is the NBA’s 21st-ranked offense (109.9 PPG), while Chicago is the 12th-ranked defense (111.8).
The Bulls have a negative point differential on the season (-16 total points, -1.1 per game), as do the Magic (-51 total points, -3.4 per game).

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The average implied total for Chicago this season is 114.7 points, 1.3 fewer points than its implied total of 116 points in Friday’s game.
This season, Chicago has put up more than 116 points five times.
The average implied point total on the season for Orlando (113.2) is 6.2 more points than the team’s implied total in this matchup (107).

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How to watch Bulls vs. Magic

Game Day: Friday, November 18, 2022
Game Time: 5:00 PM ET
TV Channel: NBCS-CHI and BSFL
Location: Chicago, Illinois
Arena: United Center
TV Channel: NBA League Pass
Livestream: Watch on fuboTV!

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