Wednesday, March 22 2023

Zach LaVine and the Chicago Bulls are home to host Keldon Johnson and the San Antonio Spurs on Monday night, and if you’re wondering how you can watch the action live, you’ve come to the right place.

The Bulls are coming off their second-straight victory on Saturday, defeating the Portland Trail Blazers, 129-121, behind Zach LaVine’s 36-point performance. Chicago outscored Portland 33-17 in the third to overcome an 11-point halftime deficit.

The Spurs are coming off their seventh-straight loss on Friday against the Philadelphia 76ers despite a career-high from rookie Malaki Branham.

Check out when and where you should tune in to see the matchup below.


Proposed trade sends Alex Caruso to Denver for Bones Hyland

How To Watch

Notable Injuries

Bulls: Patrick Williams (right ankle) is probable. Alex Caruso (left midfoot) is questionable. Javonte Green (right knee) is out.

Spurs: Keldon Johnson (left ankle) and Tre Jones (left foot) are questionable. Devin Vassell (left knee) and Jeremy Sochan (low back) are out.

Probable Starting Lineups

Chicago Bulls

  • Guard – Ayo Dosunmu

  • Guard – Zach LaVine

  • Forward – DeMar DeRozan

  • Forward – Patrick Williams

  • Center – Nikola Vucevic

San Antonio Spurs

  • Guard – Malaki Branham

  • Guard – Josh Richardson

  • Forward – Keldon Johnson

  • Forward – Keita Bates-Diop

  • Center – Jakob Poeltl

Stay tuned to Bulls Wire. Follow us on Facebook!

Story originally appeared on Lonzo Wire

Source: Yahoo Sports


Should these bubble teams buy or sell at deadline?


Cavaliers vs. Wizards odds, line, spread: 2023 NBA picks, Feb. 6 predictions from proven computer model

Check Also

Pro Sports Media

Trending Now

POLL: Should the Colts trade for No. 3 pick in draft?

ProFootball Talk on NBC Sports Friday was not a good day for Lamar Jackson As Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson prepares for a limited crack at free agency, he has had two potential suitors take moves that most definitely take them out of the running for his services. With the Panthers trading up to No. 1 […]

Read More

Mark DeRosa says he is extremely proud of how Team USA came together as a team

Mark DeRosa says he is extremely proud of how Team USA came together as a team | FOX Sports Despite taking the 3-2 loss to Japan, Mike Derosa said he is proud of the way Team USA came together as a team and put up a great effort in the World Baseball Classic. 2 HOURS […]

Read More

Islanders’ offense erupts in 7-2 win over Maple Leafs

New York Islanders right wing Hudson Fasching (20) celebrates the goal against the St. Louis Blues with the New York Islanders bench during the third period at UBS Arena / Dennis Schneidler – USA TODAY Sports NEW YORK (AP) — Cal Clutterbuck had two goals and an assist as the New York Islanders got all […]

Read More