Bulls schedule 2020-21: Second-half opponents, dates after NBA release

Rob Schaefer
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Knowing that postponements throughout its 2020-21 season would be inevitable, the NBA decided to release its schedule for the campaign in two waves.

With the first half of the season wrapping up on March 4, followed by an All-Star break from March 5-10 that will feature a game in Atlanta, Ga. on March 7, the NBA released the second half of its schedule to the public on Wednesday. It runs from March 11 to May 16.

Here’s what the Bulls' slate looks like.

Day

Date

Opponent

Thu.

11-Mar-21

Philadelphia

Fri.

12-Mar-21

Miami

Sun.

14-Mar-21

Toronto

Tue.

16-Mar-21

Oklahoma City

Wed.

17-Mar-21

San Antonio

Fri.

19-Mar-21

at Denver

Sun.

21-Mar-21

at Detroit

Mon.

22-Mar-21

Utah

Wed.

24-Mar-21

Cleveland

Sat.

27-Mar-21

at San Antonio

Mon.

29-Mar-21

at Golden State

Wed.

31-Mar-21

at Phoenix

Fri.

2-Apr-21

at Utah

Sun.

4-Apr-21

Brooklyn

Tue.

6-Apr-21

at Indiana

Fri.

9-Apr-21

at Atlanta

Sun.

11-Apr-21

at Minnesota

Mon.

12-Apr-21

at Memphis

Wed.

14-Apr-21

Orlando

Fri.

16-Apr-21

Memphis

Sat.

17-Apr-21

Cleveland

Mon.

19-Apr-21

at Boston

Wed.

21-Apr-21

at Cleveland

Thu.

22-Apr-21

Charlotte

Sat.

24-Apr-21

at Miami

Mon.

26-Apr-21

at Miami

Wed.

28-Apr-21

at New York

Fri.

30-Apr-21

Milwaukee

Sat.

1-May-21

at Charlotte

Mon.

3-May-21

Philadelphia

Thu.

6-May-21

at Charlotte

Fri.

7-May-21

Boston

Sun.

9-May-21

at Detroit

Tue.

11-May-21

Brooklyn

Thu.

13-May-21

Toronto

Sat.

15-May-21

at Brooklyn

Sun.

16-May-21

Milwaukee

That marks 37 games in 66 days -- 18 home, 19 road -- including eight back-to-backs.

The Bulls currently own their best record through 30 games since the start of their rebuild at 14-16 and have pushed into a throng vying for playoff positioning at the middle-to-bottom of the Eastern Conference.

The Bulls also announced that they will begin second half of the season without fans in the United Center.

"We will continue working with the United Center, league and city and state official to evaluate conditions to determine if there is a timeline that would allow for fans this season," a statement read.

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