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The Bulls will open the 2012-2013 season against , and Omer Asik will return to Chicago for a Christmas night matchup when the Bulls host the Rockets.
National Televised Games:
November 8th OKC @ Chicago TNT
December 5th Chicago @ Cleveland ESPN
December 11th LAC @ Chicago ESPN
December 21st Chicago @ NYK NBATV
December 25th Houston @ Chicago ESPN
January 11th Chicago @ NYK ESPN
January 14th Atlanta @ Chicago NBATV
January 18th Chicago @ Boston ESPN
January 19th Memphis @ Chicago NBATV
January 21st LA LAkers @ Chicago TNT
January 26th Chicago @ Washington NBATV
February 7th Chicago @ Denver TNT
February 8th Chicago @ Utah ESPN
February 11th San Antonio @ Chicago NBATV
February 13th Chicago @ Boston NBATV
February 21st Miami @ Chicago TNT
February 24th Chicago @ OKC ESPN
February 28th Philly @ Chicago TNT
March 3rd Chicago @ Indiana ESPN
March 6th Chicago @ San Antonio ESPN
March 10th Chicago @ LA Lakers ABC
March 15th Chicago @ Golden State NBATV
March 27th Miami @ Chicago ESPN
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