Oh, man. It sure felt good to write that headline. The Chicago Bulls have just released their 2022-23 season schedule. After making the playoffs for the first time since 2017 last season, Bulls fans have a ton of optimism for this upcoming season. Without further ado, here is the schedule!
As leaked Tuesday, the Bulls open the season on Oct. 19 against the Heat in Miami. Their first game at the United Center will take place on Oct. 22 when the Bulls will take on the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Let's take a look at a handful of notable games:
Oct. 24: The Eastern Conference champion Boston Celtics visit the United Center.
Oct. 29: The Bulls host the Philadelphia 76ers looking to fare better than.
Dec. 2: Chicago visits the reigning NBA champion Golden State Warriors.
Dec. 14 and 16: A rare "series" will take place with two consecutive home games vs. the New York Knicks.
Dec. 28: The Milwaukee Bucks visit the United Center for the first time since the playoffs.
Dec. 30: The new-look Detroit Pistons visit Chicago.
The Bulls will play 14 nationally televised games during the 2022-23 NBA season. Are you happy with the schedule? If so, let us know on Twitter!