2020 ScheduleAll times ET

2020 Schedule
19-36, 3rd in Central
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5h

Sources: Bulls likely to make front office changes

Bulls president Michael Reinsdorf is looking to make changes to the front office, sources confirmed to ESPN. John Paxson and Gar Forman have led the operation since 2009. The Chicago Sun-Times first reported the expected shift in leadership.

Pippen gets standing ovation from Chicago crowd (0:23)
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Did LaVine hint that he'd like to team up with Sixers? (0:57)
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Imagine if Zach LaVine hit this in the dunk contest (0:18)
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In Chicago, candid Rose reflects on mental health

Appearing at a panel discussion hosted by the University of Illinois-Chicago on Thursday, Derrick Rose spoke candidly on his upbringing, mental health and more as he was showered with the "MVP" chants he so often heard as a member of the Bulls.

LaVine ready to turn his attention from dunk contest to 3-point contest (0:47)
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The history of Chicago basketball (2:23)
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Stephen A.'s top 5 dunk contest champions (2:01)
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LaVine hits ridiculous 3-pointer (0:22)
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LaVine goes up top to Hutchison for the dunk (0:17)
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No one stops Satoransky all the way to the cup for the dunk (0:20)
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Flashback: Zach LaVine wins 2nd dunk contest in a row (2:24)
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Korkmaz, Embiid lead 76ers past Bulls

Furkan Korkmaz scored 31 points, Joel Embiid had 28 points and 12 rebounds and the Philadelphia 76ers beat the Chicago Bulls 118-111 on Sunday night to improve their NBA-best home record to 24-2.

Young rises up for the easy one-hander (0:17)
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Thybulle jams it down and draws the foul (0:23)
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Simmons smashes it down (0:16)
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Embiid misses a massive dunk (0:20)
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Team Stats

Points Per Game106.425th
Rebounds Per Game42.428th
Assists Per Game23.124th
Points Allowed109.512th

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Team History

YEARWLPCT
2019-201936.345
2018-192260.268
2017-182755.329
2016-174141.500
2015-164240.512