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In an effort to fight the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19), the NBA suspended its season. The current plan is to resume on July 31 in Orlando, FL. We’ll continue to update this page as more information is announced.
The Chicago Bulls are one of the most decorated franchises in the history of the National Basketball Association (NBA). Founded in 1966, the franchise competes in the Eastern Conference Central Division. The team has won six NBA Championships and claimed nine divisional titles.
The Bulls won all six of their NBA titles in the 1990s when the franchise boasted a roster of all-star players, including several hall of famers. The biggest name of that group was Michael Jordan, who played for the Bulls between 1984 and 1993 and again from 1995 until 1998. He was a teammate of two other NBA greats — Dennis Rodman, who was active between 1995 and 1998, and Scottie Pippen, who represented the franchise in two spells from 1987 to 1998 and 2003 to 2004.
NBC Sports Chicago will broadcast all Chicago Bulls games for the remainder of the 2020 season. Fans can watch the action on streaming services that carry NBC Sports Chicago and cable providers that offer access to the channel.
How to stream the Bulls
|AT&T TV||AT&T TV NOW||fuboTV||Hulu + Live TV||Sling TV||YouTube TV|
|Monthly price||$54.99/mo. year one, $110/mo. year two||$65-$80||$54.99||$54.99||$30-$45||$49.99|
|NBC Sports Chicago||Choice||$80||✔||✔||✘||✔|
How to watch the Bulls on cable
Upcoming Chicago Bulls schedule
Date; Time (All game times in CDT); Opponent; Location
Monday, March 2; 7 p.m.; Dallas Mavericks; United Center, Chicago, IL
Wednesday, March 4; 7 p.m.; Minnesota Timberwolves; Target Center, Minneapolis; MN
Friday, March 6; 7 p.m.; Indiana Pacers; United Center, Chicago, IL
Sunday, March 8; 2 p.m.; Brooklyn Nets; Barclays Center, New York, NY
Tuesday, March 10; 7 p.m.; Cleveland Cavaliers; United Center, Chicago, IL
Thursday, March 12; 6 p.m.; Orlando Magic; Amway Center, Orlando, FL
Saturday, March 14; 7 p.m.; Miami Heat; American Airlines Arena, Miami, FL
Sunday, March 15; 7 p.m.; Boston Celtics; United Center, Chicago, IL
Wednesday, March 18, 7 p.m.; Miami Heat; United Center, Chicago, IL
Friday, March 20; 7.30 p.m.; San Antonio Spurs; AT&T Center, San Antonio, TX
Saturday, March 21; 7 p.m.; Houston Rockets; Toyota Center, Houston, TX
Monday, March 23; 7 p.m.; Denver Nuggets; United Center, Chicago, IL
Thursday, March 26; 7 p.m.; Philadelphia 76ers; United Center, Chicago, IL
Saturday, March 28; 7 p.m.; New York Knicks; United Center, Chicago, IL
Monday, March 30; 8 p.m.; Utah Jazz, Vivint Smart Home Arena, Salt Lake City, UT
Friday, April 3; 8 p.m.; Denver Nuggets; Pepsi Center, Denver, CO
Sunday, April 5; 5 p.m.; Phoenix Suns; Talking Stick Resort Arena, Phoenix, AZ
Tuesday, April 7; 9.30 p.m.; Los Angeles Lakers; Staples Center, Los Angeles, CA
Wednesday, April 8; 9.30 p.m.; Los Angeles Clippers; Staples Center, Los Angeles, CA
Saturday, April 11; 7 p.m.; Brooklyn Nets; United Center, Chicago, IL
Monday, April 13; 7 p.m.; Orlando Magic; United Center, Chicago, IL
Wednesday, April 15; 6.30 p.m. ; Boston Celtics; TD Garden, Boston, MA