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In an NBA off-season filled with rumors and more rumors, all leading up to shocking changes that affected the entire league, this coming season will certainly be one to watch for NBA fans, and especially Chicago Bulls fans.

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These shocking changes, of course, are highlighted by two things: The Cleveland Cavaliers gaining LeBron James and Kevin Love to add to a roster with All-Star Kyrie Irving, and the Chicago Bulls signing Pau Gasol, Nikola Mirotic, rookie Doug McDermott and veteran guard Aaron Brooks, after missing out on signing Carmelo Anthony, who stayed with the Knicks.

When do we get to find out what a Bulls vs. Cavs game will look like this regular season? How will these two Eastern conference powerhouses match up?

We’ll find out early on in the NBA season, with the Bulls home opener against the Cleveland Cavaliers on Halloween, falling on October 31st. The battle of these two NBA monsters will be a thriller, to say the least, and Just Great Tickets has seats available for this can’t-miss game for any true Chicago sports fan.

Although LeBron James alone is a force to be reckoned with, the Chicago Bulls have an MVP of their own in Derrick Rose, who is back, looking healthy, and receiving high praise from Team USA coaching staff. Rose will be supported by veterans Pau Gasol, Joakim Noah, and Kirk Heinrich. Add that to the athleticism of contributors Jimmy Butler, Taj Gibson, Mike Dunleavy, and the new talent of Nikola Mirotic, and the Bulls seem to be a team composed of diverse talents and roles with a deep and reliable bench.

In the midst of the changes to the Bulls and the Cavs, the two teams with the highest odds to win the NBA Championship from the Eastern conference, as of right now, are the Bulls and the Cavs. High expectations are cast on both teams, making each of the teams’ four matchups all the more exciting.

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Many analysts are also reminiscing back to the 80’s and 90’s, when the Bulls eliminated the Cavs from the playoffs five times in a row. However, with the changes the Cavs have made in the offseason, nobody is expecting the rekindled rivalry to be as one-sided this time around.

The Cavaliers rank as the favorites to win the NBA championship with 5-2 odds, over the second-ranking defending champion San Antonio Spurs, with 4-1 odds. The Bulls rank in third, with 11-2 odds as of this week.

Can the solid defense and experience of the Bulls defeat the youth and raw athleticism of the Cavs? Find out for yourself by catching a game October 31st or February 12th at the United Center. Just Great Tickets has these tickets to the hottest Chicago matchup of the NBA season in stock.

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Bulls, Bears and Fire

This weekend brought a great deal of excitement to the Windy City, especially at downtown Soldier Field when the Bears pulled out one of the most exciting wins in recent history to clinch a victory against the Panthers. After struggling early on in the game, the Bears came back from a major deficit late in the fourth quarter to secure a win 23-22 over the Panthers. This win had fans in Soldier Field on their feet and cheering loud enough for the entire city to hear, but they weren’t the only Chicago sports fans making noise over the weekend.

Fans of the Chicago Bulls were dealt some hard news when it was revealed that injured star Derrick Rose will not only not be returning to the team for their first regular season games this week but that he will likely not even be on the bench for games. The news came as a hard blow for many Chicago Bulls fans who were hoping for a miracle and a quicker return for their city’s star. While fans won’t be seeing much of Rose they will be seeing the rest of the Chicago Bulls live in their first regular season game this week, which will kick off on Wednesday October 31st. The Bulls will be playing at their home United Center against Sacramento. Those looking to celebrate the official kick off of the NBA season will want to get their tickets to this event soon.

Meanwhile the Chicago Fire, the city’s premier soccer team is preparing for what will be the biggest game of their season thus far. After drawing a play-in game for the upcoming MLS playoffs. The team will have to compete in a one-off knockout match against Houston to find out if they will move forward in the playoffs. The game is sure to be a nail biter as losing the match will end the playoff hopes for the fire as well as their entire season. The game will take place on Wednesday night at home in Chicago. The team has expressed great appreciation for their draw in the tournament and the ability to play at home in this very important game. Fans of the Fire will want to make sure they are there to support the club in this severely important matchup Wednesday night. Tickets have been selling fast so fans of the team will want to act now to get in on all of this lifve soccer play off action.

Chicago Sports and Concerts

Over the weekend, many Chicago sports fans, turned to the city’s division leading soccer team as the majority of the city’s professional sports teams were on hiatus. With the Chicago Bulls gearing up to start their regular season games, and the Bears on break until Monday Night football, and the Hawks still facing NHL lock outs, many turned to the Fire for the boost Chicago sports fans needed. The Fire were coming off a two week break and were gearing up enter the post season over the weekend when they traveled to play the New England Patriots on the road in Boston. The team suffered a devastating loss 0-1, but after the game promised fans around the city that they would be pulling it together for one of their final season games and working on improving their defense and finding new ways to score goals as they care up for one of their last home games of the season.

This home game will take place next weekend on October 27th and will mark the first time in a month that the Chicago Fire will be back home. The Fire will be taking on D.C. in an important game that is essential to their playoff success. There are a few tickets available for the event, but fans will want to hurry and get tickets while they can as they prepare for one of the biggest Chicago Fire games of the season. As Fire fans wait with bated breath for this important end of season home game, there is still plenty for Windy City residents to do for entertainment around the city until the weekend game.

The popular rapper and soon to be first time father Wiz Khalifa will be attending the UIC Pavilion in Chicago and while tickets are nearly sold out there are still a few available for fans who are looking to see the artist live. The following evening the Arie Crown Theater will be holding another rap and r&b legend; R. Kelly, who will take the stage to an already packed crowd of adoring fans. The United Center will also be brimming with activity this week, as the Bulls take on Oklahoma City in their last home preseason game on October 23rd. Of course as many fans know, Friday October 26th will also be a momentous occasion for the city of Chicago as the United Center hosts Barbara Streisand live and in concert. The event will take place on Friday at 8:00 PM and there are a limited number of tickets available for the must see event, but fans will need to act quickly to get in on the action.

Bulls on the Brink of Elimination after Injuries take their toll

 

Ever since Derrick Rose went down with a knee injury in Game 1 the Bulls look like a deer in headlights.. While the elite teams are getting stronger as the playoffs progress it seems like the Bulls are breaking down health wise. Bulls Tickets are still available for all games, but with Joakim Noah going down with an ankle injury Fri night & doubtful the rest of the series, it seems like the Bulls days might be numbered.

Bulls tickets are readily available as fans will flock to the United Center to cheer on the team with the NBA’s best regular season record, they just won’t see two of their starters. But having one the leagues best benches look for Tuesday nights game to be a dog fight.