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Warriors vs. Bulls prediction and odds for Sunday, January 15 (Back this Steph Curry prop)

The Golden State Warriors are on the road again on Sunday against the Chicago Bulls, who are hoping to get DeMar DeRozan (questionable) back in the lineup.

Golden State has been one of the worst road teams in the NBA, going just 2-7 against the spread as road favorites and 4-16 straight up away from Chase Center.

The Bulls are hanging on to a play-in tournament spot in the East, but they’ve lost three straight games, losing to the Thunder as home favorites in their last game.

How should we bet on this matchup?

Here are the latest odds and my best bet for Sunday’s clash:

Warriors vs. Bulls odds, spread and total

Warriors vs. Bulls prediction and pick

My favorite play for the Warriors-Bulls matchup is actually a prop, as I think we’re getting a value line on Steph Curry.

Curry is averaging over 29 points per game this season, while shooting over 49 percent from the field and 42.6 percent from beyond the arc. However, his points prop tonight is set at just 26.5 points.

This is one of the lower lines you’ll see for Steph this season, but I’ve actually been encouraged by his first two games back from a shoulder injury, even though he hasn’t cleared this line in those games.

Curry took 22 shots in the team’s loss to the Phoenix, and then he scored 15 points in just 23 minutes in a blowout win over the San Antonio Spurs.

The volume was there for him from the jump, and he’s facing a Bulls team that ranks 20th in the league in defensive rating.

We don’t get many chances to buy low on Steph, so I gladly will on Sunday.

Find Peter Dewey’s full betting record here.

Game odds refresh periodically and are subject to change.

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