How to Watch the Chicago Bulls Online without Cable

By February 1, 2017 No Comments

Watch Chicago Bulls Online

The Chicago Bulls are one of the most exciting teams to watch in the Eastern Conference. They’re certainly one of the most talented teams and can compete with the best competition in the league. Whether you’re a Bulls diehard or casual fan you don’t need to worry about missing a game if you cut cable. It’s not shockingly easy to watch Chicago Bulls online without needing to pay for that expensive cable bill.

The below guide goes into all the details you’ll have all season long to watch the Bulls without cable. There are a few options on the market, so you just need to decide which one works best for you. Keep reading to learn more!


Give DIRECTV NOW a Try and Easily Watch Chicago Bulls Online

Watch Chicago Bulls Online

DIRECTV NOW is one of the best options on the market to watch a Chicago Bulls game live stream. One of the best parts of the service is CSN Chicago is available to live stream in some packages. This means if you’re in the broadcast area you can watch Bulls game online throughout the entire season on the local broadcast.

You can watch games on the national broadcasts like the NBA games on TNT through DIRECTV NOW as well. Other channels with NBA games like ESPN, ESPN2, and NBA TV are also available. Also, any games on ABC will be simulcast on ESPN3, which can be access through WatchESPN with your DIRECTV NOW login.

Find out more about DIRECTV NOW in our review of the service and start to watch Chicago Bulls online free by beginning a free trial of the service now!


Watch Chicago Bulls Online with Dish Network’s Sling TV

Watch Chicago Bulls Online

Sling TV, a streaming service from Dish Network, is another option to watch Bulls game online. The service costs $20 per month for the Sling Orange package with about 30 channels to live stream. You can test out Sling TV (review) during a 7-day free trial, so you can easily watch a Chicago Bulls game streaming free!

Sling Orange features several channels you can watch NBA games on like ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN3 (for ABC simulcast), TBS, and TNT. You can also watch games on NBA TV by signing up for the Sports Extra add-on package for $5 more per month. Learn more about add-on packages and other Sling TV details here.

CSN Chicago is also available in Sling TV’s Blue package, which is a great way to watch Bulls games online all during the regular season.

If you decide to sign up, make sure you check out Sling TV’s current streaming device deals. They often give discounts on streaming devices, like Roku, that you can use to watch a Chicago Bulls game live stream right on your TV!


Another Great Way to Watch Chicago Bulls Online is PlayStation Vue

Watch Chicago Bulls Online

PlayStation Vue is just one more streaming service on the market that’ll let you watch Chicago Bulls online. You can watch plenty of national games including games on the ESPN family of networks including ESPN, ESPN2, and simulcast games on ESPN3 through WatchESPN. TNT, TBS, and NBA TV are also available.

The starting price of PlayStation Vue is $29.99 per month. You get to watch a Chicago Bulls game live stream alongside around 50 other channels. One thing to note is there is a potential for some streaming blackouts, but they’re tough to predict. Learn more in our PlayStation Vue review!



Watch Chicago Bulls Online with NBA League Pass

Watch Chicago Bulls Online

The NBA League Pass is another service to watch Bulls game online. Anyone outside of the Bulls broadcast area can watch every game live with a subscription. If you’re in the area, you’ll likely be blacked out, but can still watch every other NBA game. You can find out details on the different packages being offered in our guide to NBA League Pass.


If there are other sports you want to stream, check out our full sports guide for cable cutters. Or, you can learn how to watch plenty of other teams in our NBA streaming guide.

Matt Pelletier

Author Matt Pelletier

Matt Pelletier reports on the streaming industry as it relates to sports media, providing coverage on how to watch live sports without cable. Disclosure: Streaming Observer is supported by readers. Articles may contain referral links. For more information, see the disclosure at the bottom of the page.

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