On March 4, Minnesota and Chicago will face off in a personal standoff at the Target Center Arena in Minneapolis, and we have prepared a prediction for this match. Will the hosts manage to win? Or are the Bulls really too serious about getting into the play-offs?
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The host team is one of the outsiders of the Western conference, occupying the penultimate line for quite a long time. Ryan Saunders’ players have had a disgusting performance in the last few weeks, and if there was anything they could have done at the beginning of this season, one win in the last 12 home games is exactly the opposite.
The Timberwolves have shown signs of life, but it doesn’t seem to last for a long time. Russell D’Angelo’s arrival gave the team a bit of a turn, but the truth came out of the Karl-Anthony Towns clip and the game fell apart again.
Minnesota managed to win in the previous game, which should add to the confidence. Of course, the penultimate place in the Western conference is depressing, but on the other hand it is a good lesson for the guys of Ryan Saunders. The Wolves are attacking, but they need to work on their defense, or they’re limping.
The Bulls are trying to get back in the fight for the eighth line of the Eastern Conference, because the infirmary is getting empty. Lauri Markkanen is close to coming back on the floor, but Zack Lavin, Chris Dunn, Chandler Hutchinson and Luke Cornett are not sure to play.
Jim Boyen’s players are ready to challenge for the place in the play-offs in the fight for eighth place, although it’s very important now to stay in the middle of the standings, but do not forget that the Bull’s are terrible on the road.
The guests of this match playing away in ten games won only three victories, which in general can be compared with their opponents, but not at home and away. Chicago also feels more confident in the tournament schedule, as they are three positions higher than their rivals, though in another conference.
Wolves vs Bulls Prediction
If you take into account the fact that Chicago is not an away team at all, as victories on the road are very hard for them, then Minnesota has a good opportunity to please its fans with a successful game. In our opinion, Timberwoolves will show the class and still achieve a positive result.
- Full-Game Side Bet: Minnesota Will Win
- Full-Game Total Pick: Total Go Over
Public Consensus and Computer Picks
|March 4, Chicago vs Minnesota||ATS||Total|
|Score Prediction||113 – 119||225|
|Computer Pick||MIN (-4.5)||Push 225|
|Public Consensus Pick||MIN (-4.5)||Over 225|
|Consensus Bet %||33%||66%|
Betting Tipps Statistics
- In the last five personal fights, Minnesota celebrated victory three times.
- Timberwolves cannot win at home for three matches.
- Chicago lost six previous away fights.
- Chicago Bulls: Z. LaVine (?), K. Dunn, L. Markkanen, L. Kornet, C. Hutchison
- Minnesota Timberwolves: K. Towns
At what time are the teams to play?
The game time is March 04, 2020, 8:00 PM ET
Where to watch the game?
What are the teams’ positions in the standings?
Chicago are the 11th team in the Eastern Conference and Minnesota the 13th team in the Western Conference
How many wins and losses do the teams have?
The Bulls have 21 wins and 40 losses. The Wolves have 18 wins and 42 losses