Game time: 1 p.m.
With the Big 3 back and the league's best record clinched - as well as the winningest season in franchise history - the Miami Heat don't have much left to do other than tune up for the playoffs.
That doesn't mean they won't take Sunday's matchup seriously.
Miami could notch a team-record 36th home victory by beating the Chicago Bulls, who ended the Heat's 27-game winning streak and angered LeBron James with some physical play when the teams last met.
While Miami (63-16) has wrapped up home-court advantage throughout the playoffs, Chicago can take control of the Eastern Conference's No. 5 seed with a third victory in four meetings with the Heat. If the Bulls (43-36) finish in that spot - they're a half-game behind Atlanta and won the season series tiebreaker - they could face Miami in the second round of the playoffs.
Besides wanting to avoid losing this regular-season series for the second time in James' three-year tenure, Miami would like to avenge a ...