Wednesday, August 17 2022

On Saturday, the Chicago Bulls host the Miami Heat, and if you’re wondering how to catch the game, you have come to the right place.

The contest will feature two teams positioned near the top of the standings in the Eastern Conference with the Bulls second and Heat third, respectively. Chicago is coming off a blowout win over the Orlando Magic while Miami last lost to the Minnesota Timberwolves on Wednesday.

Here’s when you should tune in to see the game:

Heat at Bulls notable injuries:

Miami: Marcus Garrett (two-way contract), Markieff Morris (neck) and Victor Oladipo (knee) are out.

Chicago: Tyler Cook (two-way contract), Devon Dotson (two-way contract) Marko Simonovic (G League) and Patrick Williams (wrist) are out.

Probable Starting Lineups

Miami Heat:

  • F Jimmy Butler

  • F P.J. Tucker

  • C Bam Adebayo

  • G Duncan Robinson

  • G Kyle Lowry

Chicago Bulls:

  • F Zach LaVine

  • F DeMar DeRozan

  • C Nikola Vucevic

  • G Javonte Green

  • G Lonzo Ball

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