Tonight the Chicago Bulls play against the Houston Rockets. Here is everything you need to know about the game.
The Chicago Bulls are coming off a horrible loss against the Indiana Pacers. Bulls got destroyed 125-86. The game wasn’t competitive at all as the Pacers won every battle against the Bulls. The Bulls were sloppy all game and the Pacers took advantage of it.
Every player on the Bulls had a really bad game. The team looked unprepared and played with no energy. Bulls defense was once again really bad as they have now allowed 124 or more points in four straight games.
This is the first time the Bulls will play the Rockets this season. The Rockets swept the 2016-17 series against the Bulls. Rockets are 3-7 in their last 10 games. Bulls are looking to bounce back after a really bad loss to the Pacers. They have lost four of their last five games. The Bulls will play against the Rockets again in March.
For the Chicago Bulls: Zach LaVine (Left ACL), and Cameron Payne (Right foot) are both out for tonight’s game.
For the Houston Rockets: Nene Hilario (knee), Luc Mbah a Moute (dislocated shoulder), and James Harden (Grade 2 hamstring strain) are all out for tonight’s game.
Here’s all the information you’ll need for Monday’s game, including links to stream the Bulls facing the Rockets and a link for the radio call in the Chicagoland area.
Game: Chicago Bulls vs. Houston Rockets
When: Monday, January 8
Where: Chicago, Illinois
Arena: United Center
Tip-off time: 7:00pm CT
Live Stream: NBC Sports Chicago, Fubo TV