2011 NBA Playoffs: Bulls/Pacers Schedule Announced

The Bulls surprised everyone -- well, perhaps everyone but themselves -- by winning 62 games and finishing with the NBA's best record after the Spurs lost to the Suns Wednesday night. That gives the Bulls home-court advantage throughout the NBA playoffs.

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Those playoffs will begin Saturday for the Bulls. Last night the league released the schedule for the Bulls' first round matchup with the Indiana Pacers. Here's the entire schedule for that series, including television information. All times -- well, the four we have so far -- are Central.

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Game 1: Saturday, April 16, at Chicago, 12:00 p.m. TV: CSN Chicago/ESPN

↵Game 2: Monday, April 18, at Chicago, 8:30 p.m. TV: CSN Chicago/TNT

↵Game 3: Thursday, April 21, at Indiana, 6:30 p.m. TV: CSN Chicago/NBA-TV

↵Game 4: Saturday, April 23, at Indiana, 1:30 p.m. TV: CSN Chicago/TNT

↵Game 5: Tuesday, April 26, at Chicago (if necessary), time TBD. TV: CSN Chicago/TBD for the national telecast

↵Game 6: Thursday, April 28, at Indiana (if necessary), time TBD. TV: CSN Chicago/TBD for the national telecast

↵Game 7: Saturday, April 30, at Chicago (if necessary), time TBD. TV: CSN Chicago/TNT

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