Ranking the top 5 games of the Chicago Bulls 2023-24 schedule

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The Chicago Bulls should have high hopes for next season, as despite running with the same core for the past two seasons, attempting to push for the postseason, they have won just one playoff game. This past season, they failed to even make it out of the Play-In Tournament, getting eliminated by the Miami Heat.

So, now that the Bulls’ full 82-game schedule for the 2023-24 season has been released, important dates can start getting picked out. Whether these games be star-studded affairs or contests that have potential postseason implications, Chicago can now take a look at which games stand out most.

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Here are the best five games of the Bulls’ 2023-24 schedule.

5. Bulls vs. Nets, November 3

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Quinn Harris-USA TODAY Sports

This is the first game of the In-Season Tournament for the Bulls, as they will welcome the Brooklyn Nets to United Center in hopes of starting off the group stage on the right foot.

4. Bulls vs. Hawks, April 1

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Matt Marton-USA TODAY Sports

At first glance, this may not seem like a big game. However, by the time this contest comes around, both of these teams project to be in the Play-In mix, at the very least. This could end up being a huge game in terms of playoff positioning.

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3. Bulls @ Bucks, November 13

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Kamil Krzaczynski-USA TODAY Sports

This is the Bulls’ first matchup against the Milwaukee Bucks of the season. Any game against a division rival is fun, and this will also be Jevon Carter’s first trip back to Milwaukee.

2. Bulls @ Knicks, January 3

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Kamil Krzaczynski-USA TODAY Sports

Obviously, playing in Madison Square Garden is special enough, but this is also the Bulls’ first nationally televised game of the season (outside of NBA TV games). It should be a good one against the New York Knicks.

1. Bulls @ Nuggets, November 4

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Isaiah J. Downing-USA TODAY Sports

In just the Bulls’ third game of the season, they take on the Denver Nuggets – the reigning NBA Champions. Anytime you face the champs, it’s going to be a great game.

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