Coby White and Zion Williamson know each other well, having squared off on three separate occasions last season in the Duke-North Carolina rivalry.
While will get another chance against Williamson during the Las Vegas Summer League, as the Bulls will face the New Orleans Pelicans on July 8.
The Bulls announced their full Las Vegas Summer League schedule on Friday, which consists of our preliminary round games.
July 5, 6:30 p.m. - Bulls vs. Lakers
July 7, 6:30 p.m. - Bulls vs. Cavaliers
July 8, 8:30 p.m. - Bulls vs. Pelicans
July 10, 4 p.m. - Bulls vs. Hornets
For those hoping to see a battle of the second and third point guards taken in Thursday's draft, they'll have to wait until the regular season. The Cavaliers selected Vanderbilt's Darius Garland with the fifth pick, but he won't play in Summer League as he recovers from meniscus surgery he underwent in November.
The Bulls will square off against two other first-round picks that Cleveland selected in Belmont's Dylan Windler and USC's Kevin Porter Jr.
The big story against the Pelicans will be Williamson vs. White, but the Pelicans were busy on draft night in selecting Texas center Jaxson Hayes - who the Bulls were reportedly interested in - and Virginia Tech's Nickeil Alexander-Walker.
There's a hometown twist when the Bulls square off against the Lakers. Los Angeles selected Simeon Academy product Talen Horton-Tucker in the second round and also signed fellow Simeon product and Gonzaga standout Zach Norvell as an undrafted free agent.
The Hornets drafted Kentucky forward P.J. Washington with the 12th pick and added Nevada's Cody Martin and San Diego State's Jalen McDaniels in Round 2.
The top eight teams from the round robin will advance to the knockout round. The Bulls' Summer League roster will be finalized in the coming days, but it will obviously include White and second-round pick Daniel Gafford.
The Bulls announced their 2019 preseason schedule on Tuesday, and they'll begin their five-game slate by hosting two of the most exciting players in the game.
They'll kick off their campaign on Monday, Oct. 7 with a matchup against reigning MVP Giannis Antetokounmpo and the Milwaukee Bucks. Milwaukee was the No. 1 seed in the East last year and signed Robin Lopez in the offseason.
Two days later, No. 1 overall pick Zion Williamson comes to the United Center as the Bulls host the New Orleans Pelicans.
The Bulls then hit the road with contests against the Indiana Pacers (Oct. 11) and the Toronto Raptors (Oct. 13). They close their preseason slate at home against Trae Young and the Atlanta Hawks on Oct. 17.
All five preseason games will air live on NBC Sports Chicago and the NBC Sports Chicago MyTeams app.
On this edition of the Bulls Talk Podcast, Mark Schanowski, Kendall Gill, and Kevin Anderson discuss Kendall’s broadcast career in boxing and the latest NBA news.
0:45 - Kendall on calling the Pacquiao fight
2:10 - On seeing Pacquiao up close and a new appreciation for his skill
4:05 - KG on his crossover in his 50+ basketball league and tagging Vincent Goodwill
6:18 - Reaction to Carlos Boozer getting cut his from his Big 3 team
8:40 - Kendall on Thad Young getting Team USA invite and why he’d decline it
12:18 - On Wendell Carter Jr passing on throwing out the first pitch at the White Sox game Monday night
13:50 - On Kyle Korver signing with the Bucks
15:20 - Debating who’s the favorite in the East: Bucks or Sixers?
19:30 - On Ricky O’Donnell and his quote on Arci and White
21:30 - Challenge of Boylen keeping his players happy with the rotation
22:30 - On Bulls bringing Shaq Harrison back and having 5 point guards
25:45 - Why stretching Felicio is unlikely at this point in the offseason
26:44 - On Tim Duncan becoming an assistant coach with the Spurs
30:20 - No Justin Holiday return to the Bulls
31:00 - On the Lakers signing Giannis’ younger brother
Listen to the entire podcast here or the embedded player below.
Bulls Talk Podcast
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