Bulls vs Suns Odds, Starting Lineup, Injury Report, Predictions, TV Channel for Nov. 30

Devin Booker, Alex Caruso, Chicago Bulls (Credit: Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports)
Devin Booker, Alex Caruso, Chicago Bulls (Credit: Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports) /

Making their way to the west coast for their fourth of six games on this road trip, the Chicago Bulls will have their hands full tonight with Devin Booker and his Phoenix Suns. Currently holding the No. 1 seed in the West, the Suns certainly won’t cough up an easy victory tonight.

While Chicago has turned their momentum around by winning three of their last four games, no one in the league is hotter than the Suns right now. Phoenix has claimed six wins in their last seven contests, with their lone loss coming in a two-point overtime loss to the Trail Blazers.

Considering the Bulls haven’t defeated the Suns since March 18, 2019, a win here tonight has been a long time coming. Here’s everything you need to know before the action begins.

How to watch Chicago Bulls vs Phoenix Suns

  • Date: November 30, 2022
  • Time: 9:00 p.m. ET, 8:00 p.m CT
  • Where: Footprint Center, Phoenix, AZ
  • Watch: NBC Sports Chicago, NBA TV
  • Stream: FuboTV

Chicago Bulls vs Phoenix Suns, Spread, Over/Under

  • Favorite: Suns (-5.5)
  • Over/under: 227 points
  • Moneyline: +180 Chicago/-215 Phoenix

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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

Fortunately for the Bulls, it looks like they’ll have their entire opening day roster ready to compete tonight, barring the obvious exception of Lonzo Ball. Phoenix, on the other hand, will be understaffed without Chris Paul, Cameron Johnson, or Jae Crowder. Still, they’ve raced out to first place in the West without these players for most of the year thus far, so the Bulls would be fools to treat this game lately,

Game Predictions

The last two times I predicted Chicago to lose to a top-seeded team, I ended up being wrong. So instead of simply going with Phoenix here due to their recent success, I’ll pick the Bulls to come out on top on the fourth leg of an already impressive road trip thus far. Still, I don’t believe losing CP3, Johnson, and Crowder will be as detrimental a loss as we’re likely hoping it will be, as Devin Booker appears to have taken another leap and this team has proven it has enough depth to win regardless of who is on the IR;

My Predictions: (7-13)

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Bulls Upcoming Games

  • Dec. 2 @ Golden State Warriors (11-10)
  • Dec. 4 @ Sacramento Kings (10-9)
  • Dec. 7 vs Washington Wizards (11-10)

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