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The NBA trade deadline is one month away, and you cannot go through a single day on any NBA rumor site without seeing speculation about two players: Chicago’s Zach LaVine and Golden State’s Andrew Wiggins.

Warriors vs. Bulls Odds, Spread, Moneyline, Over/Under - NBA Betting Lines 1/12

Moneyline: Golden State Warriors (+130), Chicago Bulls (-160)
 Warriors +3.5 (-120), Bulls -3.5 (+100)
Over/Under 228.5 points

Warriors vs Bulls Predictions and Best Bets

Things are not working out as planned for either of their teams, with the Bulls sitting in ninth place in the East with an 18-21 record, and the Warriors all the way down in 12th place in the West at 17-20.

Certainly the Warriors’ current state of affairs is more shocking than that of the Bulls. Golden State still has members of the teams that went to six NBA Finals in a span of nine years, although age and Draymond Green’s temperament have caught up with them this season. Chicago has a bunch of nice players but has not meshed well as a unit under coach Billy Donovan. LaVine could be joined on the trade market by Nikola Vucevic and DeMar DeRozan if Chicago decides to blow it up.

That is what the landscape looks like as these teams get ready to meet Friday night in the Windy City. The Warriors are a 3.5-point underdog coming off a 36-point loss to the New Orleans Pelicans that has induced panic among the Warriors faithful in northern California and beyond.

The Dubs have lost seven of nine, their longest prolonged stretch of bad basketball in nearly a decade. Does that continue against a Bulls team that has had a bunch of issues of its own?

The Warriors gave up 74 first-half point to the Pelicans, and Steph Curry followed up a 9-point dud against Toronto with a 15-point dud against New Orleans. This game will be the first stop of a four-game trip before the Dubs close the month with five straight home games. It is safe to say that Andrew Wiggins’ long-term future with the team will be determined by how well he plays over the next three weeks. With the Raptors also looking to make moves, there has been speculation that Wiggins will be sent home to Ontario in a deal that brings Pascal Siakam to Golden State. We shall see, as they say.

As for tonight, these picks are safest to put together in a Same Game Parlay:

Best NBA Same Game Parlay Picks Today for Warriors at Bulls: 3-Leg Same-Game Parlay Picks (+6000)

SGP Pick 1: Zach LaVine double-double

We were surprised to see such an enticing line after LaVine had a 25-point, 13-rebound double-double last time out against Houston, logging 41 minutes as the Bulls won their third straight. Yes, it was LaVine’s first double-double of the season, but this very much looks like a situation in which Chicago is trying to showcase him and increase his value on the trade market, where interest has reportedly been lukewarm at best. If the Bulls are locked in on moving LaVine, we should expect him to be featured more than usual – the NBA equivalent of washing and waxing a used car before selling it.

The Pick: Zach LaVine to record a double-double (+900)

SGP Leg 2: Coby White to score 25+ points

The shaggy-haired point guard has gone for at least 25 points in three of his last four games and has logged 40, 42 and 43 minutes in the past three games. Coach Donovan is clearly trying to save the season (and perhaps his own job) by riding his best players more than most coaches would at this juncture of the season. The Bulls have won three straight and will be looking to match their longest winning streak of the season (four). We should expect to see very little pine time from White, who is averaging 23.8 points per game this month after averaging 22.6 last month.

The Pick: Coby White to score at least 25 points (+220)

SGP Leg 3: DeMar DeRozan 2+ steals

The Warriors committed a turnover on their first offensive possession against New Orleans. They have been playing particularly sloppy basketball as they rotate Jonathan Kuminga, Moses Moody and Brandin Podziemski into heavier roles while also waiting for Draymond Green to return from what had been an indefinite suspension. When a team is not using the same rotation night after night after night, mistakes happen. Sometimes those mistakes are telegraphed passes, and DeRozan has always been very good at getting steals, recording two or more 10 times in 39 games, a better than 25 percent conversion rate.

The Pick: DeMar DeRozan to record at least two steals (+220)

Putting those three picks together does two things: It allows you to wager this game without having to rely on the individual Warriors to do anything special statistically; and it pre-supposes that this game will go the same way that each of the Bulls’ past three games have gone. This may even be the type of showcase special where the Bulls are showcasing their players with a specific destination in mind in the hopes that they will be dealt to the Warriors, who have never been afraid of taking on a big contract if it gets them back to where they have been so many times in recent years. A $10 wager, with this parlay priced at +6000, would return $610. Good luck!

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