Bulls vs Thunder Odds, Starting Lineup, Injury Report, Predictions, TV Channel for Nov. 25

DeMar DeRozan, Chicago Bulls (Photo by Quinn Harris/Getty Images)
DeMar DeRozan, Chicago Bulls (Photo by Quinn Harris/Getty Images) /

Although most fans seemed on the brink of losing all hope just 16 games into this season, the Chicago Bulls have resuscitated the fanbase’s interest with a pair of consecutive wins over the Boston Celtics and Milwaukee Bucks. After knocking off the top dogs in the East, the Bulls turn their attention to the West’s elite in Phoenix and Utah. Before we get to that, however, Chicago will be paying a visit to the Oklahoma City Thunder.

The Thunder outperformed early expectations, but have since cooled down. Losers in four of their last five games, now is a perfect time for the Bulls to capitalize on a team trending in the wrong direction.

How to watch Chicago Bulls vs Oklahoma City Thunder

  • Date: November 25, 2022
  • Time: 8:00 p.m. ET, 7:00 p.m CT
  • Where: Paycom Center, Oklahoma City, OK
  • Watch: NBC Sports Chicago, NBA TV
  • Stream: FuboTV

Chicago Bulls vs Oklahoma City Thunder, Spread, Over/Under

  • Favorite: Bulls (-2)
  • Over/under: 233 points
  • Moneyline: -132 Chicago/+112 Oklahoma City

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Projected Chicago Bulls Starting Lineup and Injury Report

  • PG: Ayo Dosunmu
  • SG: Zach LaVine
  • SF: DeMar DeRozan
  • PF: Patrick Williams
  • C: Nikola Vucevic
  • IR: Out – Lonzo Ball; Doubtful – Goran Dragic; Probable – Javonte Green

After Coby White returned in a big way for the Bulls on Wednesday, it appears the team is intent on allowing Goran Dragic to rest up and get fully healthy before rushing back out on the court. He is currently ruled doubtful due to neck soreness. It would be a big blow for this team if Javonte Green was unable to suit up tonight, but he is fortunately listed probable to play.

Game Predictions

On a two-game win streak against the top two teams in the Eastern Conference, wouldn’t it be typical of the Bulls to lose tonight against a lesser OKC team? Granted, the Thunder have been far better than anyone expected, and Shai Gilgeous-Alexander is in the midst of a genuine MVP-caliber season. That being said, Chicago should take care of business on the road tonight.

My Predictions: (6-12)

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Bulls Upcoming Games

  • Nov. 28 @ Utah Jazz (12-8)
  • Nov. 30 @ Phoenix Suns (11-6)
  • Dec. 2 @ Golden State Warriors (9-10)

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