Bulls debut ‘Meme Cam’

Move over kiss cam, arena scoreboards have a new attraction.

The Chicago Bulls showed off their ‘Meme Cam’ during Tuesday’s season opener against Cleveland at the United Center.

So now instead of dodging cameramen afraid of being caught on camera, Bulls fans can embrace the spotlight with their most genuine expressions.

Take these nice ladies, for example:

Obviously the players weren’t the only ones having fun during last night’s 97-95 victory over LeBron James and the Cavaliers.

The Bulls will take on the Nets tonight at 6:30 p.m. in Brooklyn.

21 of the best photos from last night’s Bulls win over the Cavs:

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