As reported by Zach Harper of CBS Sports on April 25, 2014, the Wizards’ backcourt is one of the main reasons why Washington brings a commanding 2-0 lead over the Chicago Bulls in their 2014 NBA playoffs series. With the series shifting back to the nation’s capital for Games 3 and 4, basketball fans will tune to tonight’s ESPN broadcast and ESPN3 live stream to see how Tom Thibodeau’s team will respond under pressure.
Will the Chicago Bulls come out swinging or allow the Washington Wizards to inch close to completing a sweep? The Verizon Center in Washington, D.C., will be filled to capacity for what will be a very physical and highly entertaining clash.
Opening tipoff is scheduled for 8:10 p.m. EST (7:10 p.m. CST/6:10 p.m. MST/5:10 p.m. PST), and – other than ESPN’s national broadcast – will be televised locally on CSMA and CSCH. To watch this game on a desktop or (Internet) all NBA basketball fans have to do is click here to be transferred directly. However, access to the Watch-ESPN app is necessary to watch.
Are you a Spanish-speaking NBA fan trying to watch tonight’s Chicago Bulls vs Washington Wizards Game 3 live stream online? Well, this is your lucky day, because courtesy of ESPN’s family of networks, this game will be streaming live and free (no subscription needed) at ESPN3 (En Español) by clicking here.
If an April 25, 2014, report by the Chicago Sun Times is any indication, tonight’s Bulls-Wizards clash is sure to resemble a heavyweight boxing fight more than a basketball game. With emotions running high, Joe Cowley details how reigning NBA Defensive Player of the Year Joakim Noah was involved in a “heated exchange with Wizards’ security”.
According to the report, it all happened Friday morning at the Verizon Center, when Jackie Miles tried to get Noah off the court following the Bulls’ early shootaround session. When asked to leave, the fiery Bull apparently went off on the Wizards’ security manager, and the two exchanged F-bombs in front of media members.
“Get the [expletive] out of here, I’m not done... get the [expletive] out of here,” Noah allegedly yelled.
“Don’t [expletive] talk to me that way,” Miles responded, once again asking for Noah to leave the court.
With emotions running high, Noah will try and lead the Bulls out of an 0-2 hole and with no home-court advantage to speak of. Can Chicago bounce back and climb back into this series with a win tonight?
Tune to ESPN’s national TV broadcast at the aforementioned (TV start time) of 8 p.m. EST to find out. For those trying to stream the game online, remember there are two options tonight: A. Visit Watch-ESPN and verify access to the app via TV subscription, or B. If you speak Spanish – or don’t mind the commentary – simply click here to be transferred directly and watch the game live and free of charge (En Español).