Bulls Schedule 2012: Chicago Hosts Knicks, Heat This Week

With just nine games left in the regular season, the only thing up in the air for the Chicago Bulls -- in terms of playoff seeding, at least -- is whether they'll be No. 1 or No. 2 in the East. They have a big game on the horizon against the Miami Heat, who are a couple of games behind the Bulls in the race for that No. 1 seed.

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The full schedule is here, and this is the week ahead:

Tuesday, April 10: vs. New York Knicks (8:30 p.m. CT, WGN and ESPN)
Chicago will be out for revenge after losing in overtime to the Knicks on Easter Sunday. The Knicks, meanwhile, are still fighting for their playoff lives.

Related: Video: Carmelo Anthony Ties, Beats The Bulls With Ridiculous Threes

Thursday, April 12: vs. Miami Heat (7:00 p.m. CT, TNT)
This is the first of two remaining regular season games against Miami, and a potential preview of a big Eastern Conference playoff matchup. How the Bulls fare in this one could be a major reason why they do or do not claim the top seed in the East.

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