The NBA season whirlwinds into its concluding stages of the Regular Season and soon we will mark the beginning of the Postseason through the Play-in tournament that provides opportunities for lower seeds to get a first-round playoff berth. One of those candidates, the Chicago Bulls are going to take on Sacramento Kings.
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The Bulls enter the battlefield after a 119:111 win over the Rockets, thanks to a 36 points outburst by Zach LaVine. The Bulls have five wins in eight games but a six-game losing streak before the current window has left them hobbling. They have 36 losses and 31 wins and are in a tight race against the Wizards for the tenth spot, with both teams having the same winning percentage. Zach LaVine has turned it on, scoring 30+ regularly these days while DeMar DeRozan’s average has dwindled as the season has progressed. The Bulls’ long-range shooting has been an issue and they are dead last in terms of both attempts and makes.
The Kings enter the contest after a 124:133 loss against the Bucks despite a 35 points outburst by De’Aaron Fox. This loss broke a three-game winning streak and the Kings have lodged 11 wins in the last 15 matches. Courtesy of such windows multiple times, the Kings have gotten hold of 40 wins and 27 losses. The Kings are in an exciting battle against the Grizzlies for the second spot and at any rate, they are already on their way to eclipsing what they have in the last 16 years or so. The long-awaited curse of not making the Playoffs is finally going to end and the raucous and loyal Kings fans are going to rejoice.
The Kings have a highly loaded offensive lineup and they are without a doubt one of the most efficient teams in the league. The Bulls aren’t a proficient offensive team and they rely upon their duo of LaVine and DeRozan a lot, especially the former these days. The Kings have much better balance and their play on the road has been awe-inspiring. That’s why I favor the Kings to win here and predict a scoreline of 122:116 in their favor.
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