Whether you fancy yourself a new-wave cord cutter or prefer TV old school, once you explore every option now available to watch Bulls games, you'll realize how spoiled the modern-day fan is, and perhaps rethink your game plan in the process.
Cord Cutters & Streaming
Want to watch every Bulls game but don't want cable? Back when we had tube TVs and cell phones just made calls, you'd be out of luck. Nowadays, internet TV has plenty of cable-like packages out there to stream every Chicago game to your smart TV or mobile device, complete with virtual DVRs, no install or activation fees, and most invitingly, no contracts.
Fans primarily need to ensure their sports bundle includes NBC Sports Chicago, a regional sports channel. Every non-nationally televised Bulls game airs on NBCSCH.
If you live in the Chicago TV market and sign up for any plan that carries the channel you're all set. Login with credentials and stream away.
If you're not in-market you'll need an additional NBC regional sports bundle for your streaming package, or go with a premium plan that includes in and out of market NBC regional stations. AT&T offers premium plans while YouTube TV and Hulu TV offer add-ons, for example.
NBC Sports Chicago gives you the most Bulls games, but not all. Nationally televised Chicago games air on NBA Network, TNT, ESPN and ABC many times a season. If you don't want to be stuck at The Madhouse of Madison next to this guy, get all those channels and watch from the comfort of your home, streaming from your device of choice (gaming console, Roku, smart TV, etc) or even from your phone or tablet from virtually anywhere that has wifi or cell service.
Satellite & Cable
Sure, streaming is all the rage. But you don't want to worry about buffering issues, and you want to watch the Bulls in 4k. You want to see every bead of sweet on the next MJ's forehead as the latest Chi-Town hero hits that gloried fade away jumper to bring home another O'Brien. That's what you want, and cable and satellite have the best packages for it.
Best part is Bulls fans can still stream every game on-the-go or on the computer when going with satellite or cable. You just have to download your provider's app to your smartphone/tablet, or go to their website and authenticate. You can also record and re-watch all the Bulls games you like by upgrading to a cable box that includes DVR.
Team Links & Highlights
Catch up on all the latest news, scores, rosters and highlights by visiting the Bulls official website on NBA.com.
Download the Bulls mobile app for the same team-centric experience on-the-go (available for both Apple and Android).
Relive every noteworthy highlight, press conference and interview on Chicago's official YouTube page.
And finally, for the most passionate supporters of Da Bulls, visit ChiCity Sports Bulls forum; you'll find more info on the Bulls than you'll know what to do with plus ways to watch Chicago games you might not have ever thought about!
NBC Sports Chicago Broadcast Team
Adam Amin serves as the new primary play-by-play announcer for Bull games on NBC Sports Chicago broadcasts, replacing long-time announcer Neil Funk. Amin earned his chops over at ESPN, and called his first Bulls game in 2016 when they played the Timberwolves.
Stacey King has been the lead color commentator for the Bulls since 2007. He was also a former Bulls player; he was a part of the 90's dynasty teams that landed him three consecutive NBA title rings.
Chuck Garien and Kelly Crull share in sideline reporting duties for the Chicago Bulls games airing on NBC Sports Chicago.