Schedule release

Chicago Bulls Announce 2023-24 Regular Season Schedule

The Chicago Bulls announced today their 2023-24 regular season schedule presented by AT&T, along with its nationally televised broadcast schedule. 

The Bulls welcome the Oklahoma City Thunder to the United Center for their home opener presented by AT&T on Wednesday, Oct. 25, featuring the Thunder trio of Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, Josh Giddey and the NBA debut of the No. 2 overall pick in the 2022 NBA Draft, Chet Holmgren. Chicago then hosts a rematch of its 2023 first round Play-In Game as Pascal Siakam and the Toronto Raptors come to town for a Friday night home game on Oct. 27. 

Chicago embarks on its first road trip of the season with stops at the Detroit Pistons on Oct. 28, Indiana Pacers on Oct. 30 and Dallas Mavericks on Nov. 1. The Bulls then head into their first back-to-back on the season, one of 13 back-to-back sets on the year, with a Friday home game against the Brooklyn Nets on Nov. 3 followed by a road contest against the defending NBA Champion Denver Nuggets on Nov. 4. 

Home game highlights of the 2023-24 schedule include the Phoenix Suns as Kevin Durant, Devin Booker and newly-added Bradley Beal visit town on Nov. 8, consecutive home games with Jimmy Butler and the Miami Heat on Nov. 18 and Nov. 20, followed by a matchup with Central Division foe Milwaukee Bucks and Giannis Antetokounmpo on Nov. 30. December features home contests against the Nuggets and the reigning NBA Finals Most Valuable Player Nikola Jokic on Dec. 12, LeBron James, Anthony Davis and the Los Angeles Lakers on Dec. 20 and the San Antonio Spurs with the No. 1 overall pick in the 2023 NBA Draft, Victor Wembanyama, on Dec. 21. 

After Joel Embiid and the Philadelphia 76ers visit W. Madison St. on Dec. 30, Chicago will host the Golden State Warriors, including sharpshooters Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson now alongside Chris Paul, on Jan. 12. Both the Boston Celtics and Cleveland Cavaliers come to town on Feb. 22 and Feb. 28, respectively, while Luka Doncic and the Dallas Mavericks stop by on Mar. 11 and Kawhi Leonard, Paul George and the Los Angeles Clippers arrive on Mar. 14. 

The Bulls are scheduled to play seven nationally televised games this season – three on ESPN, one on TNT and three on NBA TV. Chicago’s game at Denver on Nov. 4 and at Philadelphia on Jan. 2 will air on NBA TV. The Bulls take on the New York Knicks at Madison Square Garden on ESPN on Jan. 3 with additional national road games at Toronto on TNT on Jan. 18 and at Cleveland on ESPN on Feb. 14. Chicago welcomes back the Bucks to the United Center for a Friday night game broadcast on ESPN on Mar. 1. The Mar. 9 matchup with the L.A. Clippers at Arena will be on NBA TV. The Bulls local broadcast schedule will be released at a later date. 

The road slate for Chicago features eight road trips of at least three games, including a three-game trip with two games in Miami (Dec. 14 and Dec. 16), followed by a contest at Wells Fargo Arena in Philadelphia (Dec. 18). The Bulls travel on the West Coast is highlighted by a three-game road stint against Phoenix (Jan. 22), the L.A. Lakers (Jan. 25) and the Portland Trail Blazers (Jan. 28) along with a four-game road trip in March at the Sacramento Kings (Mar. 4), Utah Jazz (Mar. 6), Golden State (Mar. 7) and the L.A. Clippers (Mar. 9). 

Chicago’s game against the Brooklyn Nets on Nov. 3 is the first of four set Bulls In-Season Tournament games, which are all presented by motorola razr+, as part of the inaugural NBA In-Season Tournament. Chicago, along with the Nets, Raptors, Celtics and Orlando Magic comprise East Group C – one of six pool groupings across the league. The Bulls will have their second Group Play home game versus Orlando on Nov. 17 along with two Group Play road games at Toronto on Nov. 24 and at Boston on Nov. 28. The Group Play games will take place on “Tournament Nights”, which take place every Tuesday and Friday from Nov. 3-28 (with the exception of Election Day on Nov. 7). The only NBA games played on Tournament Nights will be Group Play Games and the two remaining games of the schedule will be released following the conclusion of the pool games and the Quarterfinals. 

Following Group Play, eight teams will advance to the Knockout Rounds – the six teams with the best standing in their respective pools in Group Play and two “wild cards” (the team from each conference with the best record in Group Play that finished second in its pool). The Knockout Rounds will consist of single-elimination games in the Quarterfinals (played in NBA team markets on Monday, Dec. 4 and Tuesday, Dec. 5) and Semifinals and Championship (played in Las Vegas at T-Mobile Arena on Dec. 7 and Dec. 9, respectively). The Knockout teams will compete for a prize pool and the new In-Season Tournament trophy, the NBA Cup. Visit to learn more and view tickets for the NBA In-Season Tournament. 

2023-24 season ticket packages are available now and offer exclusive benefits and savings on individual game ticket prices. Group outing deposits ensure priority access to choose games and experiences for groups of 15+. Visit to learn more about Season Tickets and Group Outings for the 2023-24 season. 

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