Here’s how you can watch the Chicago Bulls’ matchup with the San Antonio Spurs on Thursday night.
The Chicago Bulls will return to the national stage on Thursday night when they face off against Kawhi Leonard and the San Antonio Spurs.
The Spurs are a quiet 18-4 on the season so far, with Leonard leading the team by example just like Tim Duncan before him. It will be a tough matchup for the Bulls, who have dropped four of their last five games, including the last three games in a row.
The Bulls have just made it through their first “four games in five nights” stretch of the season, so it’s understandable that their performance has suffered. It’s their hope that the night off will provide the necessary spark to lift them over the Spurs.
Luckily for the Bulls, seven of their next eight games will be played in the United Center, with the sole away game being just in Milwaukee against the Bucks.
Thursday’s game will be a face off between two of the best two-way wings in the game between Kawhi Leonard and Jimmy Butler. The Spurs bench has been playing well as of late with contributions from Patty Mills, Davis Bertanz and Jonathan Simmons. Meanwhile, the Bulls bench will try to shake loose the haze that has occupied them for several games. Hopefully more consistent minutes for Cristiano Felicio will help with this.
Here’s how you watch and tune into Thursday night’s game, along with links to Bulls radio coverage and a live stream to all of the action between the Bulls and Spurs from the United Center.
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Date: December 8, 2016
Place: United Center, Chicago, IL
Time: 8:30 p.m. CST
Channel: CSN-Chicago, TNT
Radio: WLS 890 AM in Chicago
Live Stream: WatchTNT, CSN-Chicago