Bulls will play Timberwolves in Winnipeg during preseason

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The NBA will play a record amount of preseason games in non-NBA Canadian cities. Five teams including the Bulls will play in at least one game in either Montreal, Ottawa, Vancouver or Winnipeg.

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The Bulls will play the Minnesota Timberwolves in Winnipeg on Oct. 10.

None of the players on the Bulls’ current roster are from Canada, but the Timberwolves have two — Andrew Wiggins and Anthony Bennett are from Toronto.

Wiggins and Bennett were both former No. 1 overall picks, and they have a large fan following in Canada.

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