42 Regular Season Games, plus Wednesday and Friday's Road & Home Openers, Highlight 2007-08 Schedule

Comcast SportsNet, the television home for the most games and most comprehensive coverage of the Chicago Bulls, will once again bring the excitement of NBA basketball to its viewers as the Bulls look to continue their goal of winning another NBA championship.  The 2007-08 Bulls season on Comcast SportsNet includes 42 regular season games with the first game being the season opener on Wednesday, October 31 at 6:30 PM as the Bulls travel to face the New Jersey Nets.  

Comcast SportsNet will also carry the home opener on Friday, November 2 at 7:30 PM versus the Philadelphia 76ers.  The November 2 home game, along with every non CSN+ pre-season and regular season home game on CSN's 2007-08 Bulls telecast schedule, will be produced in HD.  Plus, viewers can look forward to five Bulls "road" games in HD this season on Comcast SportsNet, which is the highest number of road HD Bulls telecasts ever televised in Chicago.

For the second-straight season, Comcast SportsNet will feature the announcing trio of Tom Dore, Johnny "Red" Kerr and Stacey King on every Bulls pre-season, regular season and playoff game on Comcast SportsNet.
For the majority of Bulls games this season, Comcast SportsNet will once again provide viewers with AT&T Real Yellow Pages Bulls Pre-Game Live, a half-hour pre-game show featuring a breakdown of the evening's match-up, interviews with coaches and players and a look at the other games around the NBA.  AT&T Real Yellow Pages Bulls Pre-Game Live will air prior to all Bulls games starting at 7:30 PM or later.  (NOTE: For games beginning at 6:00 PM, 6:30 PM or 7:00 PM, Comcast SportsNet will have extensive pre-game coverage in either AT&T Real Yellow Pages SportsNite or Chicago Tribune Live).

Following the game, viewers can look forward to the most comprehensive post-game wrap-up show on Toyota Bulls Post Game Live.  Toyota Bulls Post Game Live will feature live coverage of head coach Scott Skiles' post-game press conference, live locker room interviews with Bulls players, plus highlights and game analysis.  Following Toyota Bulls Post Game Live, Comcast SportsNet will air a one-hour version of Land Rover SportsNite with the most complete recap of the day's top local and national sports news.

Three regular season Bulls games are currently scheduled to be telecast on Comcast SportsNet Plus (see attached schedule).  Comcast SportsNet Plus (CSN+) telecasts are provided to Comcast SportsNet affiliates and distributed to viewers when two live events are scheduled simultaneously.  Comcast Cable subscribers can watch all CSN+ games on CLTV.  Cable and satellite operators who do not carry CLTV will place CSN+ telecasts on a to-be-determined channel (visit for more information).

Viewers can find Comcast SportsNet on Comcast Cable and RCN channel 37, DIRECTV channel 640 and DISH Network channel 429.  Comcast SportsNet is available in HD on Comcast Cable channel 200, RCN channel 540, Wide Open West (WOW) channel 220, DIRECTV channel 640-HD and DISH Network channel 379-HD. Viewers can visit for the exact channel location of Comcast SportsNet in their area.

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