(670 The Score) The Bulls will open the upcoming season at the Miami Heat on Oct. 19, the team announced Wednesday while unveiling its 2022-’23 regular-season schedule in conjunction with the NBA.
Chicago will host Cleveland on Oct. 22 in its home opener.
The Bulls are scheduled to play 14 games on national television – seven times on ESPN, three times on TNT and four times on NBA TV. Here’s a look at their full schedule.
The Bulls will play nine games in a 15-day stretch to open their season. Chicago’s longest road trip is six games, starting Nov. 23 in Milwaukee before the team heads west.
The Bulls will also play the Pistons in Paris on Jan. 19, a game that had previously been announced.
The fan base's much-beloved #TNTBulls streak will also be put to the test once again. The Bulls have won 20 straight regular-season home games that have been televised on TNT, a run that dates back to Feb. 28, 2013. Chicago will host Milwaukee on Feb. 16 at the United Center in a game televised by TNT. The Bulls haven't played a home game on TNT since late in the regular season in 2017.
The Bulls are coming off a 46-36 season in which they made the playoffs for the first time since 2017. Chicago then lost to Milwaukee in five games in the first round.
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