Toronto Raptors vs. Chicago Bulls Spread: NBA Odds, Prediction

Charlie Grant | Updated Feb 14, 2018

Toronto Raptors v Chicago Bulls

The Toronto Raptors have won seven in a row, while the Chicago Bulls have just two wins in their last 10 games.

February 14, 2018, 8:00 PM ET
United Center
Pointspread -7.5 -110
Moneyline -295
Over / Under o +219.5


Betting Action


Pointspread +7.5 -110
Moneyline +235
Over / Under u +219.5


Betting Action


The Raptors look to complete the season sweep of the Chicago Bulls and extend their winning streak to seven games overall when they visit the Windy City on Wednesday in their last game before the All-Star Break.

NBA Point Spread and Betting Analysis

Toronto topped Miami 115-112 at the ACC on Tuesday but failed to cover as an 8-point favourite despite carrying a 17-point lead into the fourth quarter. It was the Raps’ first ATS loss in five games and brings their season record to 40-16 straight up and 31-25 against the spread. The Bulls had been on a seven-game losing streak until they won two of their last three. They’re coming off a 105-101 victory against the Orlando Magic on Monday but failed to cover as 5-point home chalk. Chicago is 20-36 SU and 30-25-1 ATS overall.

More than 90 percent of Sports Interaction customers are backing the Raptors to cover as 6.5-point favourites and 63 percent believe the game will go over the 217-point over/under line. The Raptors are 3-0 straight up and 2-1 against the spread against the Bulls this season with the last win coming at the beginning of January at the United Center. The Dinos are averaging 120.5 points in their last four contests versus the Bulls and the over is 4-0 in those meetings.

Toronto Raptors

Head coach Dwane Casey was hoping he wouldn’t have to bring his starters back into last night’s game against the Miami Heat with the Raptors leading by 17 points at the start of the fourth quarter. But Miami wouldn’t roll over and DeMar DeRozan ended up playing a team-high 35 minutes on the first night of a back-to-back set. Toronto is 4-4 SU and ATS playing with zero days’ rest this season.

Chicago Bulls

Kris Dunn is expected to make his return from an 11-game absence due to a concussion from a nasty face plant he took during action of a game against the Golden State Warriors on Jan. 17. The second-year point guard was showing major progress before going down with the injury and the Bulls looked worse on the court without him. Dunn, one of the assets the Bulls plucked from the Timberwolves in the Jimmy Butler trade, is averaging 13.7 points, 6.3 assists and 4.6 rebounds in 40 games this season.

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