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My plans for today include attending the Chicago Cubs game versus the Arizona Diamondbacks at Wrigley Field. First pitch is at 1:20 pm.
As soon as the Cubs game ends, I am driving to Milwaukee for Game 6 of the Bucks playoff series versus the Atlanta Hawks. However, if the Cubs game runs long, I will not be able to complete the 90 minute drive from Wrigley Field to the Bradley Center in time. Plus, Chicago traffic could be a nightmare keeping me from driving to …
There are a lot of major sporting events to choose from today. Here is the list:
1) Chicago Blackhawks vs. Nashville Predators Game 5 at the United Center at 2 pm.
2) Milwaukee Bucks vs. Atlanta Hawks Game 3 at the Bradley Center at 6 pm.
3) Milwaukee Brewers vs. Chicago Cubs at Miller Park at 6:10 pm.
4) Chicago White Sox vs. Seattle Mariners at U.S. Cellular Field at 3:10 pm.
5) Chicago Fire vs. Houston Dynamo at Toyota Park at 7:30 pm.
The wife is busy this weekend with the annual McFetridge Sports Center …
The Chicago Blackhawks, Chicago Bulls and Milwaukee Bucks are all in the playoffs. Meaning there are several more sporting event options to choose from than in past Aprils. For example, tonight the Chicago Bulls are home at 6 pm and the Chicago White Sox are home at 7:10 pm.
I usually prioritize the stature of the event over the cost of the event. Thus, I will be attending the Chicago Bulls playoff game versus the Cleveland Cavaliers tonight. Currently, ticket prices are $20 for upper …
The NBA Playoff Schedule is set and for the first time since the 1990-91 season the Chicago Blackhawks, Chicago Bulls and Milwaukee Bucks are all in the playoffs in the same season. Below are the first round home schedules for each team:
Chicago Blackhawks vs. Nashville Predators:
Friday, April 16 at 7:30 pm
Sunday, April 18 at 7:30 pm
*Saturday, April 24 at 2:00 pm
*Wednesday, April 28: TBD
Chicago Bulls vs. Cleveland Cavaliers:
Thursday, April 22 at 6:00 pm
Sunday, April 25 at 2:30 pm
*Thursday, April 29: TBD
Milwaukee Bucks vs. Atlanta Hawks:
Saturday, April 24 at 6:00 pm
For the first time since January 11, the Chicago Bulls are home on a Monday night. They host the Atlanta Hawks at the United Center starting at 7 pm tonight. Tickets to the game should be cheap so wait to buy outside of the arena rather than purchasing from StubHub.
If you want to see the Connecticut women’s basketball team continue on their undefeated season (they are two wins short of their previous Division I record of 70 consecutive wins), drive over to South Bend, IN to see them …
There really is not much taking place in Chicagoland or Milwaukee today. Your best bet is to attend the AHL game at Allstate Arena between the Chicago Wolves and the Rockford IceHogs.
Other than that you could watch the Northwestern women’s basketball team host Illinois at Welsh-Ryan Arena.
Not much is taking place in Chicagoland tonight. If you have to attend a game, I would recommend either the UIC Flames (1:00 pm tip off) or Loyola Ramblers (3:00 pm tip off) men’s basketball games.
Another option is to attend the DePaul women’s basketball game at 7:00 pm tonight. McGrath Arena is in a great area of Chicago and will give you a lot of pre-game or post-game dining options.
Your best bet tonight is to attend the Chicago Bulls game versus the Portland Trail Blazers. Since the Bulls are playing Portland, tickets should be available and cheap outside of the United Center tonight.
Lots of college basketball taking place in Chicago tonight. Your best bet is to attend the Iowa at Northwestern game at Welsh-Ryan Arena which starts at 6 pm – tickets should be cheap outside of the arena.
If you are in Milwaukee the Admirals (AHL) are hosting the Rockford IceHogs at the Bradley Center at 7 pm.
The Milwaukee Bucks and Chicago Bulls are both home tonight. Both games should be easy and cheap to get into. The “get in” price for tonight’s Bulls game is currently $10 and $8 for the Bucks game on StubHub – but only use StubHub as a guide since their pricey add on fees more than doubles the cost of your ticket.
Last week I bought seats for Bulls games in section 103 for $30 and section 104 for $40 on Madison Ave. outside of the United Center. Currently, …