Brooklyn Nets vs. Chicago Bulls: Live Stream, TV Channel, Start Time | 08/11/2021
The Brooklyn Nets (7-3) will look to continue a five-game winning streak when they visit the Chicago Bulls (6-3) on Monday, November 8, 2021 at the United Center. The game airs at 8:00 p.m. ET. Want to stream this game live? We have all the details you need to watch this game including on FuboTV.
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Betting Information for Nets Against the Bulls
Key stats for Bulls vs Nets
- The Bulls are scoring 107.9 points per game, just 4.6 points more than the 103.3 points the Nets dropped.
- Chicago is 4-1 scoring more than 103.3 points.
- When Brooklyn allows less than 107.9 points, it’s 5-1.
- The Nets’ 106.1 points per game is just 3.4 points more than the 102.7 the Bulls are giving up.
- Brooklyn is 6-1 when it scores over 102.7 points.
- Chicago is 3-2 when its opponents score less than 106.1 points.
- The Nets are the 14th-ranked rebounding team in the league, the Bulls are 28th.
- The Bulls are averaging 8.8 offensive rebounds per game, more than the Nets by 1.7 rebounds per game.
- The Bulls are the 26th best rebounding team in the league, the Nets are 30th.
Bull players to watch
- The Bulls’ leading scorer this season is DeMar DeRozan, averaging 26.8 points, 5.9 rebounds and 3.7 assists per game.
- Chicago’s top rebounder is Nikola Vucevic averaging 10.8 rebounds per game and his best assist is Lonzo Ball with 4.6 assists per game.
- Ball leads the Bulls in three-point shooting, averaging 2.7 shots per game from beyond the arc.
- Alex Caruso leads Chicago in interceptions, averaging 2.3 steals per game, while Ball leads them in blocks with 1.0 per game.
Net players to watch
- Kevin Durant sits first in the Nets standings in goals and rebounds with 28.6 points and 8.6 rebounds per game.
- James Harden had more assists than any other Brooklyn teammate at 8.9 per game. He is also averaging 18.7 points and grabs 7.7 rebounds per game.
- Harden knocks down 3.1 three points per game, the most over the Nets.
- Brooklyn’s leader in interceptions is Bruce Brown (1.3 per game), and their leader in blocks is LaMarcus Aldridge (1.1 per game).