The Chicago Bulls (36-39) are not expected to be contenders this season, with +25000 odds to win the 2022-23 NBA championship as they ready for a matchup at home against the Los Angeles Lakers on Wednesday, March 29 at 8:00 PM ET.

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Bulls NBA Championship Odds

Odds League Rank Payout
To Win the NBA Championship +25000 20th Bet $100 to win $25000
To Make the Finals +12500 - Bet $100 to win $12500

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Bulls Standings Information

The Bulls are currently 10th in the Eastern Conference, 4.0 games behind the sixth-place Nets, and would participate in the play-in tournament to make the playoffs.

Team Games Back
1 Milwaukee Bucks -
2 Boston Celtics 2.0
3 Philadelphia 76ers 5.0
4 Cleveland Cavaliers 6.5
5 New York Knicks 11.5
6 Brooklyn Nets 14.0
7 Miami Heat 14.0
8 Atlanta Hawks 17.0
9 Toronto Raptors 17.0
10 Chicago Bulls 18.0

Bulls Team Stats

  • The Bulls have a 36-39 record on the season so far.
  • The Bulls are 20-17 at home, 16-22 on the road and in neutral-site games this year.
  • The Bulls are 18-14 in games they were listed as the favorite, and 18-25 in games they were listed as the underdog.
  • The Bulls have three wins in one-possession games (in 10 opportunities), and seven wins in 23 games decided by two possessions or less.
  • As three-point (or fewer) favorites this season, the Bulls have a 6-6 record. They are 12-8 when favored by more than three points.
  • As three-point (or fewer) underdogs this season, the Bulls have put up a 6-12 record. They are 12-13 when underdogs by 3.5 points or more.

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Bulls' Top Players

  • The Bulls scoring leader is Zach LaVine, who averages 25.1 per contest to go with 4.6 rebounds and 4.1 assists.
  • Nikola Vucevic is Chicago's leading rebounder, grabbing 11.1 per game, while DeMar DeRozan is its best passer, distributing 5.1 assists in each contest.
  • LaVine leads the Bulls in three-point shooting, making an average of 2.7 shots per game from beyond the arc.
  • Alex Caruso is Chicago's leader in steals, averaging 1.5 steals per game, while Patrick Williams leads them in blocks with 0.8 per contest.

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