Atlanta Hawks vs. Chicago Bulls Saturday Game Preview, TV Schedule and Betting Line
Guarantee you the Atlanta Hawks are not thrilled to be in Chicago right now, and that is mainly . This weather is just not fun, folks. Anyways moving on, the Hawks tip off against the Chicago Bulls tonight at 8 PM EST and if it were not freezing outside may have tried to go to this one. Here is the TV info for it, just in case that is all you were looking for and you have not yet been mesmerized by the miraculousness of my metaphors.
TV: SportSouth, WGN, DTV: 307, 649, 757
Sorry, just trying to prove myself with a little alliteration there, and took it just a little bit too far. Kirk Hinrich is hopeful that the Bulls can cay over offensive momentum to beat his former team.
“Well, I think we’ve shown signs we can be decent offensively,” Hinrich said after Thur sday’s win. “We just have to know every night we can hang our hat on our defensive rebounding, and there’s going to be good shooting nights and bad shooting nights. But I just think the way we play offensively has to be consistent. I think we’re starting to do that more consistently.”
With power forward Al Horford out, have to go with the Bulls to cover the spread (-5) in this one. Power forward Carlos Boozer is questionable too so it might end up being a battle of the backups at the United Center. Needless to say will be DVRing this one just thanks to the miracles of modern cable. Got another preview coming your way and then be sure to check out Rant Sports Prep later too. Thanks for stopping by and hope to see you around soon.
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