Bulls vs. Hawks Odds, Pick, Prediction: Three Signals Aligned for Eastern Conference Showdown
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Editor’s Note:Trae Young has cleared health and safety protocols and can return to the court Monday for the Atlanta Hawks. For real-time injury updates, check out our FantasyLabs NBA news page.
Bulls vs. Hawks Odds
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Looking to get the week started with a bang? This NBA matchup may be the game to bet on Monday night.
The Chicago Bulls will travel to Atlanta for their second game in as many days. On Sunday, Chicago was able to comfortably get by the Indiana Pacers for its third win in a row, while Atlanta has been struggling with its depth due to COVID-related absences.
In their last outing against the Knicks on Christmas Day, the Hawks were obliterated by a score of 101-87. That scoreline is honestly a bit kind on the Hawks, but they were missing Trae Young and Kevin Huerter for the matchup, among others.
Young, John Collins, Lou Williams, Kevin Huerter and De’Andre Hunter are all out for the Hawks tonight, while Lonzo Ball, Alex Caruso and Derrick Jones Jr. will be sidelined for the Bulls.
What does that mean for the PRO Report on the Monday night battle?