The Chicago Bulls travel to Dallas for their match against the Mavericks. The Chicago Bulls vs Dallas Mavericks match is up for 8:30 PM EST at the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas.
Date and Time: October 4th, 2017 8:30 PM EST
Venue: American Airlines Center
TV: Comcast SportsNet Chicago (US Regional)
Online Stream: FuboTV (US Desktop & Mobile) – (Subscription required click here to start your free fuboTV trial and watch now, you can cancel at any time. DVR Available.)
There have been a total of 72 Chicago Bulls vs Dallas Mavericks matches in the NBA regular season. Mavericks have the lead. They have won 38 while the Bulls have won 34. This season, both teams are currently 0-0. Needless to mention, both the teams will be looking to score a victory in their NBA 2017-18 season, and at the same time, avoiding a loss.
The Chicago Bulls performed well in their preseason match against the New Orleans Pelicans. The score was 113-109. The Bulls will be trying to win another match, consecutively. This means they must be paying attention to their offense strategies against their opponents, the Dallas Mavericks, if they want to win.
It took a while for the Bulls defense to come into effective play in their match against New Orleans. Hopefully, it won’t take so long this time.
The Bulls had over 51% precision with shooting the net. If they can do the same or better in their match against the Mavericks, then it’s safe to believe that they have a respectable chance for a consecutive NBA win for the Bulls.
The Dallas Mavericks have recently defeated the Milwaukee Bucks 106-104. The match was close, clearly. It was the in the final time period of the last 12 minutes that Dallas was able to establish its victory. The 31-20 in this last segment is too risky a concept to replicate in their match against the Bulls.
To win against the Chicago Bulls, the Mavericks need to be smart and quick since the beginning, defending and shooting starting from minute one.
Against the Bulls’ 8 players, only 2 in the Mavericks had the chance to score in two-digits in their last game.