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NBA Lines: An MVP Year, leads to a Championship

Posted by Ashley Carmichael on 4/5/2011 8:19:46 AM

The last time the Chicago Bulls were number one in the NBA lines Eastern Conference, Michael Jordan won the Most Valuable Player award and led them to an NBA championship. 

Derrick Rose is the front-runner in the NBA Lines MVP race, and if history repeats itself the Bulls are looking good for the playoffs.

Chicago Bulls (56-20) vs. Phoenix Suns (37-39)
United Center, Chicago Illinois
Tuesday April 5, 2011
Tipoff: 8:00 PM ET

Derrick Rose has performed on another level this year, averaging 25.2 points, 7.9 assists and 4.2 rebounds per game.

Rose is up five points, two assists and one rebound compared to last NBA lines year.  The third year player has catalyzed his team to the number one spot in the East this season. 

In a matchup of two of the league’s best point guards, Steve Nash can only hope to contain Derrick Rose. In Nash’s last MVP season he averaged 18.8 points, 10.5 assists and 4.2 rebounds per game. 

Since Derrick Rose is more of a scoring threat and one who attacks, it’s easier for him to take over and create for his teammates.

According to NBA Lines, the last Suns and Bulls outing, Rose had 35 points 7 assists and 12 rebounds - a versatile point guard if you ask me.  Nash couldn’t matchup defensively on Rose, as the Bulls won 123 to 115 in over time.

Derrick Rose has had a sensational season thus far; with his first MVP award within reach. 

Although the Bulls have a rough schedule for the rest of the NBA lines season, they should come away with a win against the Phoenix Suns this Tuesday.

NBA Lines Pick – Chicago Bulls

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