Bulls secure spot in Play-In Tournament for the second consecutive season

The Chicago Bulls have secured a spot in the NBA Play-In Tournament for the second consecutive season, after the Brooklyn Nets lost to the Indiana Pacers on Monday night. This achievement was solidified, with the Bulls’ magic number to clinch the ninth seed and have home-court advantage in the first play-in game remaining at six.

The Bulls need a combination of victories and losses by the Atlanta Hawks that total six to secure their position. It is likely that they will face off against the Hawks in the first play-in game, with only one question being who will host the matchup. However, following their recent 113-101 loss to the Hawks, they currently hold the ninth seed by just a half-game. With six games left in the regular season, they are now eliminated from contention for the sixth seed, which would allow them to bypass the Play-In Tournament altogether.

By Riley Johnson

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