Western Conference leaders Phoenix Suns head to Chicago Bulls in one of five NBA games on Monday.
The Suns can be backed at 4/11 to win in the Money Line and Chicago are 9/4 to come out on top.
Phoenix saw an 11-game winning run ended at Atlanta Hawks last week in the first game of their ongoing four-game road trip.
The Suns responded to that loss with a win at Washington Wizards and boast a league-best 42-10 record and they will be looking to improve on that against the injury-hit Bulls.
Chicago, who are second in the East with a 33-20 record, are definitely missing guards Alex Caruso, Lonzo Ball and Coby White as well as long-term absentee Patrick Williams.
Zach LaVine is rated as questionable having missed the last two games with a back injury, meaning Troy Brown and rookie Ayo Dosunmu could be in line to start in the guard positions again after starting in the defeat to Philadelphia 76ers on Sunday.
Toronto Raptors are on a five-game winning streak and they are in action at key rivals Charlotte Hornets, who have lost their last four matches.
The Raptors have moved into the top six in the East, but they are just a game-and-a-half ahead of the Hornets in ninth place.
Miami Heat lead the way in the tightly-packed East with a 34-20 record and they make the trip to Southeast Division rivals Washington Wizards.
Golden State Warriors make the trip to Oklahoma City Thunder and Utah Jazz entertain New York Knicks.