Last season was a transitional one for the Bulls with big changes taking place at the VP and the GM positions. The 2020-21 NBA season is year three of the Bull’s organizations promised two-year plan and the Bulls fans would like to see some traction this year.
The clear star player of the team is Zach LaVine. Offensively he’s an amazing player, but is he someone tht can lead Chicago to playoff glory the city is expecting?
LaVine could use all the support he can get from his teammates in his ambitions of reaching the All-Star team and the post-season. After a promising rookie campaign, forward Lauri Markkanen has taken a step back the last two seasons. Wendell Carter Jr. is also expected to step up in his third year.
Bulls schedule for 2020-21 NBA season
If the history of the NBA rings true, either the Bulls have to bring in a veteran star or wait to see if LaVine, Markkanen, Carter Jr., Coby White or another player develops into a leader they can count on to step up in order take the Bulls to playoffs and beyond. As always, let’s see how the schedule plays out.
|Wed||Dec 23||vs Atlanta||8:00pm||–|
|Sat||Dec 26||vs Indiana||8:00pm||–|
|Sun||Dec 27||vs Golden State||8:00pm||–|
|Tue||Dec 29||@ Washington||7:00pm||–|
|Thu||Dec 31||@ Washington||5:00pm||–|
|Fri||Jan 1||@ Milwaukee||8:00pm||–|
|Sun||Jan 3||vs Dallas||8:00pm||–|
|Tue||Jan 5||@ Portland||10:30pm||NBATV|
|Wed||Jan 6||@ Sacramento||10:00pm||–|
|Fri||Jan 8||@ LA Lakers||10:00pm||–|
|Sun||Jan 10||@ LA Clippers||4:00pm||–|
|Tue||Jan 12||vs Boston||8:00pm||–|
|Fri||Jan 15||@ Oklahoma City||8:00pm||–|
|Sun||Jan 17||@ Dallas||3:00pm||–|
|Mon||Jan 18||vs Houston||8:00pm||–|
|Fri||Jan 22||@ Charlotte||7:00pm||–|
|Sat||Jan 23||vs LA Lakers||8:00pm||–|
|Mon||Jan 25||vs Boston||8:00pm||–|
|Wed||Jan 27||@ Memphis||8:00pm||–|
|Sat||Jan 30||vs Portland||5:00pm||–|
|Mon||Feb 1||vs New York||8:00pm||–|
|Wed||Feb 3||vs New York||8:00pm||–|
|Fri||Feb 5||@ Orlando||7:00pm||–|
|Sat||Feb 6||@ Orlando||7:00pm||–|
|Mon||Feb 8||vs Washington||8:00pm||–|
|Wed||Feb 10||vs New Orleans||8:00pm||–|
|Fri||Feb 12||vs LA Clippers||8:00pm||–|
|Mon||Feb 15||@ Indiana||7:00pm||–|
|Wed||Feb 17||@ Charlotte||7:00pm||–|
|Fri||Feb 19||@ Philadelphia||7:00pm||ESPN|
|Sat||Feb 20||vs Sacramento||8:00pm||–|
|Mon||Feb 22||@ Houston||8:00pm||–|
|Wed||Feb 24||vs Minnesota||8:00pm||–|
|Fri||Feb 26||vs Phoenix||8:00pm||–|
|Sun||Feb 28||@ Toronto||6:00pm||–|
|Mon||Mar 1||vs Denver||8:00pm||–|
|Wed||Mar 3||@ New Orleans||8:00pm||–|
Their first opportunity to improve their 22-43 record from 2019-20 comes December 23rd against the Atlanta Hawks. A strong start in the season can do wonders for their confidence down the road in the fight for the playoffs. Winning their first game is just what they need and what their fans expect. Needless to say, it will be an exciting game.
Printable Chicago Bulls schedule for 2020-21
The 2020-21 NBA season may be shortened, but it’s still relatively long one for all those questioning LaVine’s defense and leadership ability and so keeping up with Chicago Bulls’s 72 game schedule can be a hassle if you’re always checking for games online. For that reason, we designed this printable schedule to help you keep track of every Chicago Bulls games all season long easily.
Download it here in PDF so you can keep track of all Chicago Bulls games. In addition to local affiliate WGN showing Bulls games, our schedule includes the games that will be played on national TV networks like TNT, ESPN and ABC. If the printable Chicago Bulls schedule we provided above isn’t your cup of tea or simply too simple (don’t worry our feelings aren’t hurt) then you might like this more-colorful, black and red Chicago Bulls schedule over at Printerfriendly. No really, our feelings won’t be hurt.