Bulls release 2015-16 schedule

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The 2015-16 NBA schedule was released on Wednesday, and the Bulls will start their season against the Eastern Conference Champion Cleveland Cavaliers at the United Center on Oct. 27.

The Bulls will play on Christmas for the sixth consecutive season as they travel to Oklahoma City to take on the Thunder.

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Other prominent home games:

Oklahoma City Thunder on Nov. 5

San Antonio Spurs on Nov. 30

Los Angeles Clippers on Dec. 10

Memphis Grizzlies on Dec. 16

Washington Wizards on Jan. 11

Golden State Warriors on Jan. 20

Miami Heat on Jan. 25

Cavaliers on April 9

Los Angeles Lakers on Feb. 21

Houston Rockets on March 5

From the Bulls press release:

Chicago is presently scheduled to appear on national television a total of 32 times. The Bulls will play on TNT 10 times, NBA TV nine times, ESPN eight times and ABC five times. Chicago’s local television schedule will be announced in the very near future.

This will be the first season under new head coach Fred Hoiberg, and he has a tough task and schedule in front of him heading into the 2015-16 season.

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