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.
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.