Will Oklahoma City Thunder Land An NBA Bonus Against Chicago Bulls On Luxbet?
November 04, 2015
Oklahoma City Thunder make the trip to Chicago Bulls in the NBA this Friday, with both sides looking to claim their fourth win of the season.
The pair are both unbeaten in their two home games so far this season and have won once on the road, but Chicago have played – and lost – one more game than their upcoming opponents away from home.
Those results mean that Thunder are currently top of the table in the Western Conference Northwest division, while the Bulls are languishing in third place in the Eastern Conference Central division.
Luxbet’s Odds And Offers
Chicago Bulls rallied with some late thunder of their own to surprise Oklahoma City with a 108-105 win when the two teams last met back in March, so Luxbet’s fantastic NBA Bonus special offer could be worth taking advantage of if lightning strikes twice in this fixture.
With this game being one of a number of selected NBA games chosen by Luxbet for this promotion – available daily up until Sunday November 15 – simply place a Head-to-Head bet on Oklahoma City Thunder to beat Chicago Bulls at Luxbet. If Thunder then loses the game by eight points or less, Luxbet will refund up to $100 of your losing stake with Bonus Bets.
Regardless of whether you back Bulls or Thunder to win, only your first wager on this fixture will be eligible for a refund and no Multis, Bonus or Live Bets qualify for a refund.
The resulting Bonus Bets amount must then be used with 14 days of issue and Bonus Bets rules – including turnover obligations – apply.
Durant Won’t Sit Out Chicago
Despite missing most of last season with a foot injury, Thunder’s six-time All Star winner Kevin Durant won’t be allowed to sit out matches – as Oklahoma conclude their run of four games in five days in Chicago on Friday.
Speaking to The Oklahoman, Thunder coach said: “There’s no ‘OK, after tonight we’re gonna rest him. Or a ‘Hey, listen, we’re gonna get through this midweek and then rest him on the back end.’
“Those guys are gonna play and they want to play. They are competitors.”
Fitness Speculation Frustrates Durant
The 2014 league MVP was quick to back up his coach and also revealed his frustrations at the speculation over his fitness.
Durant told reporters: “I’m really tired of y’all talking to me like I’m a 19-year vet, man.
“I was out a year – not even a whole year. I’m all right. I can play those minutes. It’s not like I’m struggling the next day.
“I want to play every minute, but I can’t do that. I feel great to play as much as coach wants me to play. I’m not 39 years old.”