Bulls vs. Knicks: How To Watch NBA Online, TV Channel, Live Stream Info, Play Time
through 3 quarters
The Chicago Bulls are just a quarter away from delivering their fans the victory they expected. Both teams are in a position to win, but they lead 75-74 against the New York Knicks.
Chicago was led by small forward DeMar DeRozan, who has 23 points and five rebounds so far. One thing the Bulls have against them is the foul issue: Javonte Green, Lonzo Ball and Alex Caruso all fouled.
New York is counting on the performance of power forward Julius Randle, who has 27 points in addition to five rebounds.
The Knicks didn’t lose 75% of the games they were late in before the last period of the season, so a win here would be refreshing.
New York @ Chicago
Current records: New York 9-7; Chicago 11-5
What there is to know
After five road games, the Chicago Bulls are heading home. They will face the New York Knicks at 8 p.m. ET on Sunday at the United Center. The Bulls have been on the wrong side of a one-sided rivalry with New York and are hoping to register their first win since February 1.
Chicago didn’t have much respite from their clash with the Denver Nuggets last Friday, but they came away with a 114-108 victory nonetheless. It was another big night for Chicago shooter Zach LaVine, who had 36 points in addition to five rebounds.
Meanwhile, everything was tied 47-47 at halftime for New York and the Houston Rockets last Saturday, but New York stepped up in the second half for a 106-99 victory. Among those leading the charge for the Knicks was shooter Alec Burks, who shot 6 for 7 from beyond the arc and finished with 20 points and five interceptions.
The Bulls are the favorites in this one, with an expected win margin of 5.5 points. They were consistent ATS cash generators when favored (7-2), so they could be worth a quick bet.
The victories took Chicago to 11-5 and New York to 9-7. A few numbers to keep in mind before kick-off: Chicago ranks fourth in the league when it comes to field goal percentage, with 46.70% over the season. But the Knicks have kept their opponents at a 43% field goal percentage, which puts them third in the league. We will see which of these forces, offensive or defensive, wins.
How to watch
- When: Sunday at 8 p.m. ET
- Or: United Center – Chicago, Illinois
- TV: MSG Network
- Online broadcast: fuboTV (Try free. Regional restrictions may apply.)
- To follow: CBS Sports app
- Cost of the ticket: $ 90.00
The Bulls are a solid 5.5-point favorite against the Knicks, according to the latest NBA odds.
Bettors were in line with the betting community on this one as the game opened with a 5.5 point spread and stayed there.
Over / Under: -110
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History of the series
New York has won 14 of its last 21 games against Chicago.
- October 28, 2021 – New York 104 vs. Chicago 103
- April 28, 2021 – New York 113 vs. Chicago 94
- February 03, 2021 – New York 107 v Chicago 103
- February 01, 2021 – Chicago 110 vs. New York 102
- February 29, 2020 – New York 125 vs. Chicago 115
- November 12, 2019 – Chicago 120 vs. New York 102
- October 28, 2019 – New York 105 v Chicago 98
- April 09, 2019 – New York 96 vs. Chicago 86
- Apr 01, 2019 – New York 113 v Chicago 105
- November 05, 2018 – Chicago 116 vs. New York 115
- March 19, 2018 – New York 110 vs. Chicago 92
- January 10, 2018 – Chicago 122 v New York 119
- December 27, 2017 – Chicago 92 v New York 87
- December 09, 2017 – Chicago 104 vs. New York 102
- April 04, 2017 – New York 100 vs. Chicago 91
- January 12, 2017 – New York 104 v Chicago 89
- November 04, 2016 – New York 117 v Chicago 104
- March 24, 2016 – New York 106 v Chicago 94
- March 23, 2016 – New York 115 v Chicago 107
- January 01, 2016 – Chicago 108 v New York 81
- December 19, 2015 – New York 107 v Chicago 91
Chicago injury report
- Javonte Green: Game time decision (ankle)
- Nikola Vucevic: absent (Covid-19)
- Patrick Williams: Out (wrist)
New York injury report
- Taj Gibson: Out (groin)
- Mitchell Robinson: absent (concussion)