The Chicago Bulls will play the Charlotte Hornets on Friday night. Here’s how you can catch all of the action.
The Chicago Bulls are coming off a tough loss against the Indiana Pacers, and will try to bounce back tonight against the Charlotte Hornets. The Bulls currently have the worst record in the NBA and have lost 10 straight games.
Bulls showed great effort for the first three quarters. They led by 17 points, but they couldn’t sustain the lead. Pacers outscored the Bulls 29-13 in the fourth quarter. Victor Oladipo had 27 points for the Pacers. Oladipo made a big time three with 31 seconds left to give the Pacers a 98-96 win.
Bulls head coach Fred Hoiberg was not happy after the game as he only answered two questions from reporters.
Bulls point guard Kris Dunn had another really good game as he finished with 18 points, six rebounds and six assists. Over the last five games, Dunn has shot 64.3 percent from three. Denzel Valentine had 15 points and eight rebounds, while Robin Lopez scored 16 points. Bulls have lost nine of its last 11 games against the Pacers.
For the Chicago Bulls: Zach LaVine (Left ACL), and Cameron Payne (Right foot) are both out for tonight’s game. Kay Felder was assigned to the Windy City Bulls. Two way player Antonio Blakeney is also with the Windy City Bulls. Nikola Mirotic (concussion and maxillary fractures) is questionable for tonight’s game but the Chicago Sun-Times reported that Niko is expected to make his season debut tonight.
For the Charlotte Hornets: Frank Kaminsky is out with right ankle sprain. Cody Zeller is also out with left knee meniscus tear.
Here’s all the information you’ll need for Friday’s game, including links to stream the Bulls facing the Hornets and a link for the radio call in the Chicagoland area.
Game: Chicago Bulls vs. Charlotte Hornets
When: Friday, December 8
Where: Charlotte, North Carolina
Arena: Spectrum Center
Tip-off time: 6:00 p.m. CT
Live Stream: NBC Sports Chicago, Fubo TV
Radio: WLS 890