When: Saturday, March 30 at 3 p.m.
Where: Capital One Arena in Washington D.C.
TV: NBC Sports Washington
Win probability: Washington has a 61 percent of winning according to Kevin Broom’s Win Predictor and 58 percent chance of winning according to FiveThirtyEight.
Bulls: Paul Zipser (Day-to-Day, Foot), Kris Dunn (Out, Toe), Zach LaVine (Out, Knee), Antonio Blakeney (Out, Wrist)
What to Watch for
Please don’t injure our point guards, Bobby Portis.
Can Washington avoid the Sunday doldrums?
Afternoon road games are traditionally a bit harder to win than your average road games. It takes all the challenges of playing on the road and adds the element of an unusual start time to make it that much more difficult. The Hornets can attest to this. However, the Wizards face a particularly difficult challenge because they’re on the second half of a back-to-back.
This is still a game the Wizards should still win, because they’ve got something to play for and they’re significantly better than the Bulls, but don’t be surprised if the game is tighter than you would expect considering both team’s records.
A random moment in Wizards - Bulls history: Michael Jordan’s block on Ron Mercer
To any Bulls fan reading this preview: This is Michael Jordan’s greatest highlight as a basketball player. We will hear no arguments to the contrary.