Chicago Bulls vs. Golden State Warriors: Injury Report, Starting 5s, Betting Odds, and Spreads- December 2 | 2022/23 NBA Regular Season

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The Chicago Bulls will head west to take on the Golden State Warriors on Friday night. The Bulls are 9-12 this season and are coming off a 132-113 road loss on Wednesday against the Suns, while the Warriors are 11-11 and are coming off a 116-113 road loss on Tuesday against the Dallas Mavericks.

Chicago Bulls vs. Golden State Warriors Details

Fixture: Chicago Bulls @ Golden State Warriors

Date and Time: Friday, December 2, 10:00 PM ET

Venue: Chase Center, San Francisco, California

Chicago Bulls vs. Golden State Warriors Injury Report

The Chicago Bulls have been dealing with a pair of injuries heading into this game with both being in the backcourt. Shooting guard Alex Caruso is dealing with an ankle injury, but is listed as probable for this game. Point guard Lonzo Ball is still out as he deals with a knee injury that has kept him sidelined since January of last season.

The Golden State Warriors have been dealing with a lot of solid, healthy players throughout the season. They only have a single player listed on the injury report. Shooting guard Andre Iguodala has been ruled out with a hip injury and is out indefinitely.

Bulls vs. Warriors Injury Report

Alex CarusoChicago BullsAnkleProbable
Lonzo BallChicago BullsKneeOut
Andre IguodalaGolden State WarriorsHipOut

Bulls vs. Warriors Betting Odds & Spreads

Chicago Bulls+7 (-110)O 237 (-110)+235
Golden State Warriors-7 (-110)U 237 (-110)-290

Chicago Bulls vs. Golden State Warriors Starting 5s

Bulls: PG Ayo Dosunmu, SG Zach LaVine, SF DeMar DeRozan, PF Patrick Williams, C Nikola Vucevic

Spurs: PG Stephen Curry, SG Klay Thompson, SF Andrew Wiggins, PF Draymond Green, C Kevon Looney

Bulls vs. Warriors Betting Prediction

The Golden State Warriors have been the better team throughout the season and their offense as of late has been on a different level. Chicago is averaging 115.3 points per game in their last three games, while Golden State is scoring 126.3 points per game in that same stretch.

The Warriors have some of the best shooters on the planet with point guard Stephen Curry and shooting guard Klay Thompson in the backcourt. The team is sixth in the NBA with a 37.6 three-point percentage thus far, while Chicago is more in line as an average team from beyond the arc as they are shooting 35.4 percent as a unit.

Golden State is 7-1 ATS in their last eight games against Chicago. Go with them to cover here as well

Prediction: Lakers -7 (-110)

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Edited by Gaelin Leif