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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
The Chicago Blackhawks are hosting the Detroit Red Wings at the United Center in Chicago’s best game today. The puck drops at 11:30 am meaning you will need to get an early start. In fact, I believe this is the earliest start time ever for any professional sporting event in Chicago.
Tonight’s best game to attend is actually in Milwaukee as the Milwaukee Bucks host LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers at the Bradley Center. If you are not looking to drive that far your next option is to watch the Dallas Mavericks play the Chicago Bulls at the United Center.
As usual tickets for the Bucks game are cheap. StubHub is currently listing upper level seats for less than $20. Bulls’ tickets are also cheap – upper level seats between $20 and $30. Be sure to use …
The best game to attend tonight is the Chicago Blackhawks game at the United Center. While one might think it is expensive to attend a Blackhawks game, remember to check Ticketmaster before buying anywhere else. Although only singles are currently available, there have been times where seats (available on Ticketmaster) are priced above face value on StubHub.
The Chicago Bulls game is by far the best game in Chicago or Milwaukee today. Plus, it should be cheap as the Bulls are playing the Memphis Grizzlies. Plan to use the everyday game ticket buying strategy as you arrive at the United Center.
The Chicago Blackhawks host the Edmonton Oilers in the best game in Chicagoland tonight. Puck drops at 7:30 pm at the United Center.
Your next best bet (or if you live in Milwaukee and do not want to drive to Chicago), is the Milwaukee Bucks game versus the Washington Wizards. Tip off is 7:00 pm at the Bradley Center.
There are two Big East games in Chicagoland tonight. First, DePaul hosts South Florida at Allstate Arena at 6:30 pm. Second, Marquette hosts Louisville at the Bradley Center at 8:30 pm – the better match up of the two.
Depending on timing, you could also attend both the Marquette and UW-Milwaukee games tonight. UW-Milwaukee hosts UI-Chicago at 7:00 pm at U.S. Cellular Arena. If that game ends quickly you could walk across the street and catch the start of the Marquette game.