Nick's *10* SITUATIONAL GAME OF THE YEAR! MONSTER!: *** ALL POINTS BULLETIN *** Nick Parsons waits ALL SEASON LONG for a "SITUATION" of this magnitude to arise, and now that it has, he's UNLOADING LARGE, stepping out with his ONE AND ONLY *10* SITUATIONAL GAME OF THE YEAR! Don't hesitate for even a moment! Get on board RIGHT AWAY and watch your "ROI" go THROUGH THE ROOF!
Game: Chicago Bulls at Toronto Raptors Mar 21 2012 7:05PM
Prediction: Chicago Bulls
Grade: Winner (100)
Reason: For a number of different reasons I believe the value in this contest is on the visitors: The Bulls are winning without Derrick Rose in the lineup, and they're winning large, coming off a relatively simple 85-59 win at Orlando on Monday. Carlos Boozer had 24-points and 13-rebounds. John Lucas added 20-points: “The real story honestly is our defense,” said Boozer, whose team has beaten their next three chasers in the Eastern Conference in the past six days. “Our defense was … that was probably one of the best performances we’ve had this season. “It was fitting because they kicked our butt in Chicago, (and) got a big win. For us to come back and do this … it’s a big win for us.” Note that Chicago is 17-8 ATS in its last 25 road games; also 12-10 ATS in its last 22 after a win by 10-points or more. On the other bench: The Raptors have lost two in a row, including a 106-87 setback at New York just last night. DeMar DeRozan had 17-points; Jose Calderon had 11-points and nine-assists. “They’re a tenacious, different team,” Toronto coach Dwane Casey said. “It’s amazing, their tenacity, the way they attack. If you don’t meet it, they take you out.” Note that Toronto is 2-5 ATS this year after playing three-consecutive road games. Bottom line: If they thought they had a tough game vs. a tough defense last night, the Raptors are in for a surprise tonight. The home side has "heavy legs" and the Bulls pull away down the stretch for the comfortable ATS cover; *10* "SITUATIONAL GAME OF THE YEAR" on the CHICAGO BULLS!