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Chicago Bulls vs. Cleveland Cavaliers Saturday Game Preview, TV Schedule and Betting Lines

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Chicago Bulls: The Backcourt Depth Is Being Tested By Injuries

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The Chicago Bulls tip off tonight against the Cleveland Cavaliers, and it will be difficult for me to suggest putting money on the Derrick Rose-less crew in this one.

In any case, it starts at 7:30 PM EST and here is the TV info in case you are trying to catch it on the boob tube.

TV: WGN, FS-Ohio, DTV: 307, 660, 753

Rose’s injury was tough to watch after the last two years, and truly feel bad for him just because of the timing and nature of this. All the energy put into coming back seems wasted at this moment, but Rose just needs to keep living in the moment and hope for better luck in the future. It is really all any of us can do right?

The Bulls are favored (-5), which on the road does not make great sense to me especially after the Cavs just got whooped by LeBron James. Look for Kyrie Irving and company to come out with a lot of fire and at least keep this thing close and cover the spread. That is my advice at least, or if you do not like this line then just check out my other previews and go with a safer option. That is the best I can do for you on this one!

Thanks for reading folks, and hope some of you are enjoying some Turkey Day leftovers on this lovely weekend.

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