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Chicago Bulls March Schedule

Chicago Bulls March Schedule

Chicago Bulls March schedule is full with duels with playoff teams. Another exciting moment for Bulls March schedule is they play several teams twice in March. Some of those teams are the Pacers, the Raptors, the Hornets and the Thunder. In other words, the Bulls will have their hands will in March with several teams. Playing some of the weaker teams in the division might help the Bulls snap out of the fluke they are in now, and compete for the division title.

This season the Chicago Bulls March Schedule will consist of fifteen games. The Bulls will play eight games at the United Center and seven on the road. Currently, the Bulls are 13-11 at home and 18-9 away. The Chicago Bulls March schedule will have ten games against Eastern Conference teams. The Bulls are now 18-11 against Eastern Conference Teams. Two games against Central Division teams. The Bulls are 4-3 against Division Teams.

Chicago Bulls Ticket Prices for the United Center.
The Bulls ticket prices for the United Center are on the uptick by 44.44% since the beginning of 2015. Their average ticket price on the secondary market at the end of December was $81.00 per ticket. Currently, the average ticket price for a Bulls game at the United Center is $117.00 per ticket. The average ticket price for a Chicago Bulls March Schedule game in 2014 was $90.00 per ticket.

Here is a look at the Top 5 Chicago Bulls March Schedule of Games!

Thunder @ Bulls, United Center March 5th
Starting price $79 | Average price $119
The duel with the Thunder is not much significant, considering the fact Oklahoma is a Western Conference team. However, this is the only visit of Kevin Durant and the OKC Thunder to Chicago this year. The teams will play their annual two games in March, with Chicago hosting the first duel. View Bulls versus Thunder Tickets for the United Center.

Bulls @ Pacers Bankers Life Fieldhouse March 6th
Starting price $32 | Average price $57
This game will show the character and the resilience of the Bulls. Following a tough home game versus the Thunder, the Bulls are on the road the next night, playing in Indiana. While the Pacers are not a team that should strike fear in Bulls’s eyes, they are a division rival and a chance for an easy win for the Bulls. View Pacers versus Bulls Tickets for the Bankers Life Fieldhouse.

Bulls @ Spurs, AT&T Center March 8th
Starting price $51 | Average price $74
To say that the first ten days of March are brutal for the Bulls would be an understatement. They play the Clippers, the Warriors, the Thunder and the Spurs in just eight days. The Bulls managed to beat the Champions in Chicago, but now they will be faced with the task of getting a win in San Antonio, something few teams have managed to pull this season. View Spurs versus Bulls Tickets for the AT&T Center.

Grizzlies @ Bulls United Center March 9th
Starting price $42 | Average price $84
As things cannot get harder for the Bulls, the night after they play in San Antonio, they must travel back home to host the Grizzlies. Playing back to back is hard enough if you play at home, but going back and forth through the country takes a toll on players. And when the opponent is the Grizzlies, and their solid defence, the Bulls have a challenging task. View Bulls versus Grizzlies Tickets for the United Center.

Raptors @ Bulls United Center March 20th
Starting price $62 | Average price $79
The Bulls beat the Raptors twice this season. And while some might think that was an easy task, the reality is that the Raptors are the second best team in the East. And they will be extra motivated playing versus a team they’ve lost two times. The teams will meet two times in March, with the Bulls hosting the first duel, and Raptors hosting the second on March 25. View Bulls versus Raptors Tickets for the United Center.

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Chicago Bulls Ticket Price Drops 14.6% in 2015

It took few months, but the Bulls look like the championship contender everyone envisioned them to be. Derrick Rose is as healthy as ever, he is relentless to the basket, the signing of Pau Gasol is the most underrated signing of the summer, and Jimmy Butler is arguably the best player on the team and one of the top 10-15 in the league. Tom Thibodeau is still manning the sidelines, expecting and demanding perfection and effort from his players, and the results are finally showing on the scoreboard. Their defence is not up to the level we are accustomed to seeing, but their offence is top notch. With that being said, the season is long, and the following five are some of the most important games for the Bulls.

The Chicago Bulls have moved into first place in attendance at the United Center with an average of 21,944 passing the Cleveland Cavaliers at 20,562 per game. In 2014 the Bulls average attendance was 21,716 with a 17,551 attendance average on the road according to ESPN. At the end of the 2014 the Chicago Bulls ticket price average was $120 per ticket which has dipped 14.16% to start off the 2015 season to $103.00 per ticket.

Bucks @ Bulls, January 10th United Center
Starting price $74, Average price $98
Nobody expected the Bucks to compete for the division title in the Central division. But months into the season, the Bucks are competitive as ever, which makes their duel with the Bulls even more interesting. Chicago won the first duel in Milwaukee, and the Bucks might look for revenge on the opposing team floor. View all Bulls vs Bucks tickets for the United Center.

Cavaliers @ Bulls, February 12th United Center
Starting price $155, Average price $266
By February, LeBron James should be back in uniform, the Cavs should have things figured out, and this might be the best duel the two teams have in the regular season. The first clash of the Central division rivals was won by Cleveland, and it was a high scoring game. But that was in October when Derrick Rose was rusty, and Butler was a role player. Now, Rose is healthy and spry, and Butler looks like the second or third best shooting guard in the league. View all Bulls vs Cavaliers Tickets for the United Center.

Wizards @ Bulls, March 3rd United Center
Starting price $55, Average price $109
The Wizards were the team to eliminate the Bulls from the 2014 playoffs. And it wasn’t pretty, with Washington racing to a 4-1 advantage. The Bulls were low on offensive firepower last year, but this time, things look different. This will also be a testing game, where teams looking for a long playoffs run experiment between each other. Both the Bulls and the Wizards are poised to be in the playoffs, but just for how long, it is unknown yet. View all Wizards vs Bulls Tickets for the United Center.

Raptors @ Bulls, March 20th United Center
Starting price $75, Average price $115
Considering how tight the race is in the East, which happens for the first time in years, wins versus top 4 teams are important as ever. The Bulls beat the Raptors two times already, but if they manage to win one more, they will hold the tiebreaker, a nifty asset in the playoffs. Hopefully, for the March game, fans can see both the Raptors and the Bulls backcourt healthy. Head to head matchups between Butler/Rose and Lowry/DeRozan are a delight, and the real winners are the fans who get to see them. View all Bulls vs Raptors Tickets for the United Center.

Hawks @ Bulls, April 15th United Center
Starting price $40, Average price $67
To close out the season, Chicago welcomes Atlanta. The teams are currently in the top 4 in the East, and considering all the facts, they might stay there by the end of the season. The Hawks won the first matchup, and the teams play in January in Chicago as well. However, the last game of the season might decide which team is ranked 1-2-3-4. The race is tight in the East! View all Bulls vs Hawks Tickets for the United Center.

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In the first two rounds of the playoffs the Los Angeles Kings have successfully fended off six elimination games. After trailing 3-0 to the San Jose Sharks in the opening round the Kings roared back two win four straight, including the clincher on Sharks home ice. In round two the Kings overcame a 3-2 series deficit to defeat the Anaheim Ducks, again clinching on the road. In defeating the Ducks the Kings once again proved their resiliency and championship pedigree. The defeat of Anaheim sets up a rematch of last season’s Western Conference finals with the Chicago Blackhawks. A year ago the Blackhawks defeated the Kings 4-1 on the way to their second Stanley Cup championship in three seasons. The Kings and Blackhawks together have won three of the last four NHL titles. With Boston and Pittsburgh eliminated in the Easter Conference, the winner of the Western Conference will be the heavy favorite to take home the cup.

Here are five things to watch in the upcoming Kings and Blackhawks matchup:

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The Battle between the Pipes: Good goaltending wins Stanley Cups and both the Kings and Blackhawks have elite goaltenders in Jonathan Quick and Corey Crawford, the winning goalies on each of the last two Stanley Cup winners. Jonathan Quick has been dominant at times this postseason but he’s also struggled at times. Los Angeles will need the dominant Quick throughout the series. He’s one of the rare goaltenders that can steal a postseason game. If he can avoid a rough stretch, like in the opening round versus San Jose, the Kings will be in good shape.

Recent History: Chicago has won nine of the past eleven meetings between the two clubs, including the 4-1 defeat in last year’s playoffs. The Blackhawks also dominated this year’s season series, going 3-0-1 versus Los Angeles this year. History is clearly not on the side of the Kings, but it wasn’t on their side when they came back versus the Sharks in the opening round. Chicago will enter the Western Conference final on four days rest while the Kings will have just a day of rest. The lack of rest may be a benefit for the Kings who having the confidence of a dominant victory over the Ducks in game seven.

The Gaborik Factor: Marian Gaborik has added an extra element to the Kings attack this season, with nine goals thus far in the playoffs. He’s built a dynamic partnership with Anze Kopitar. Gaborik and Kopitar are the two leading scorers this NHL postseason, with a total of 34 points between them. In a postseason where Mike Richards and Jeff Carter have struggled to score goals, the Kopitar and Gaborik have given them a dynamic additional element.

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Defend home ice: The Kings have shown the ability to win on the road in the playoffs, winning five combined road games in the opening two rounds. Unfortunately they’ve also shown a propensity to not win on home ice. Los Angeles is 5-3 away from STAPLES Center, but just 3-3 at STAPLES Center, including two losses at home versus Anaheim in the second round. To defeat the Blackhawks the Kings will have to steal a game at United Center, while defending their home ice. The key is coming out with the urgency they’ve shown in road elimination games versus San Jose and Anaheim.

Production from the Kings Youth: Tanner Pearson and Tyler Toffoli are two impressive young players who’ve made a great impact during the postseason. Like Gaborik, Pearson and Toffoli give the Kings some added speed and quickness. The Western Conference finals versus Chicago are a big spot for a young player to perform in. If the Kings young talented forwards can produce they might be a big factor in the Kings success.

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