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Miami Heat vs. Chicago Bulls Thursday Game Preview, TV Schedule and Betting Line

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The Miami Heat tip off tonight against the Chicago Bulls at 9:30 PM EST, and will definitely be DVRing this one and letting you all know my opinion.

You know who is favored (-4) if you have been reading me lately or have just been aware of the world in general and if not then it is the Heat. LeBron James has looked on form, but Dwyane Wade has been resting a lot so this could end up being close especially with the Bulls at home. Still would probably take the Heat, but with some hesitation. If it were my money, then might wait for some more favorable match ups later this week.

Here is the TV info for that on in case you just want to use this poor soldier and leave.

TV: TNT, DTV: 245

Will be excited to hear Barkley’s point of view on both of these teams tonight and here is hoping that he is back in the studio where he does his best work. The Heat lost their latest game, but Wade did not play so do not think it was a sign of things to come.

“We missed a lot of shots to start the game,” James said after the loss. “We dug ourselves a hole in the first half; we don’t want to do that. We definitely don’t want to play from behind. We need to do a better job of coming into the game being a little bit more aggressive.”

That is all for the previews today, but my Prep content drops later tonight so be sure to keep an eye out for that.

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