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NBA Odds: Celtics, Bulls on slate

The NBA betting slate tips off in Chicago on Monday night this week as the Bulls look to continue their ATS dominance over the Boston Celtics. That's just one of the NBA odds matchups on the schedule for Monday and Tuesday night this week.

The Celtics are just 3-7 SU and an ugly 2-8 ATS over their past 10 games against the Bulls dating back to early 2010, although Chicago would have had injured point guard Derrick Rose in the lineup for most of those contests.

On Monday night the Bulls will host the Celtics in an 8:00pm ET tipoff on the NBA betting odds at Bovada, and they've started the season at 4-2 SU but just 1-5 ATS through six games. Boston is 3-3 SU but also 1-5 ATS heading into Monday's matchup.

The rest of the Monday schedule has Milwaukee at Philadelphia, Utah at Toronto, Miami at Houston, Minnesota at Dallas, Denver at Phoenix, Atlanta at Portland, and Oklahoma City at Detroit.

The Pistons are 0-7 SU and 3-4 ATS to start the season, and they're also riding a seven-game losing streak against the Thunder. Overall Detroit is 2-5 ATS over its past seven games versus Oklahoma City.

On Tuesday night it's then Toronto at Indiana, New York at Orlando, Washington at Charlotte, Cleveland at Brooklyn, Portland at Sacramento, and San Antonio at the Lakers in a marquee Western Conference matchup on the NBA betting lines at Bovada.

The Lakers, who parted ways with head coach Mike Brown last week and hadn't named his replacement as of Sunday, are just 1-3 ATS over their past four games against the Spurs, with the OVER/UNDER going 3-1 over those four contests for totals bettors.

San Antonio has stormed out to the lead in the Southwest Division standings this season, going 6-1 SU and 4-2-1 ATS through their first seven games of the year. That had them fourth at 12/1 odds on the NBA futures at Bovada to win the league championship.

The Heat (9/5), Lakers (7/2), and Thunder (9/2) topped the odds to win the NBA championship at the sportsbooks at the last update.