Pacers at Bulls live stream: How to watch online

BY foxsports • June 30, 2017

The Chicago Bulls will host their Central Division rival in the Indiana Pacers on Saturday. Here is how to watch this Eastern Conference game online.

Saturday night in the NBA will feature the first intra-divisional game of the season for two Central Division rivals. The Chicago Bulls (1-0) will host the Indiana Pacers (1-1) at the United Center at 8:00 p.m. ET.

FOX Sports Indiana will have the telecast in Greater Indianapolis. Comcast SportsNet Chicago will have the telecast in Greater Chicago. The game won’t be televised nationally, so it’s best to use the available NBA League Pass live stream. It is free for the first week of the 2016-17 NBA season.

Indiana will be playing a back-to-back on Saturday night. The Pacers lost to the Brooklyn Nets at the Barclays Center on Friday night, 103-94. Indiana won its home opener over the Dallas Mavericks on Wednesday night, 130-121, in overtime.

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    Chicago won its home opener over the Boston Celtics on Thursday night, 105-99. The Bulls took a six-point lead into the fourth quarter and never let the Celtics seize control in the final frame. Of all things, a Dwyane Wade three-pointer was what ended up sealing the Celtics’ fate.

    Date: Saturday, October 29th

    Time: 8:00 PM ET

    Location: Chicago, Illinois

    Venue: United Center

    TV Info: CSNC, FSIN

    Live Stream: NBA League Pass

    According to, the Bulls are laying three points at home to the Pacers. The associated moneylines are Chicago -175 and Indiana +135. This game’s over/under comes in at 211.5 combined points.

    Indiana might have the deeper roster than Chicago, but is playing on a back-to-back and has a new head coach in Nate McMillan. Chicago laying a three-point field goal at home seems fair. Can the Bulls get to 2-0 by beating two of the better teams in the Eastern Conference? Will the Pacers beat their rival on the second game of a back-to-back in their place?

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