2011 NBA Playoffs Schedule: Chicago Bulls vs. Atlanta Hawks, Game 1 Monday

Derrick Rose and the Chicago Bulls waited two days to find out their second round opponent after eliminating the Indiana Pacers. The Atlanta Hawks surprisingly took advantage of poor Orlando Magic perimeter shooting and rode the hot hand themselves to some close but impressive victories, winning their series in six games. They now head to the Second CIty to try and score their second upset in as many rounds.

Here is the schedule for the Bulls-Hawks series, which will be primarily featured on TNT (with a few possible games on ESPN).

Game 1 - Mon., May 2nd, Hawks at Bulls 5 PM PT/8 PM ET, TNT
Game 2 - Wed., May 4th, Hawks at Bulls, 5 PM PT/8 PM ET, TNT
Game 3 - Fri., May 6th, Bulls at Hawks, TBD, ESPN
Game 4 - Sun., May 8th, Bulls at Hawks, 8:00PM, TNT
Game 5 * Tue., May 10th, Hawks at Bulls, TBD, TNT
Game 6 * Thu., May 12th, Bulls at Hawks, TBD, ESPN
Game 7 * Sun., May 15th, Hawks at Bulls, TBD, TNT

(*) if necessary

For more on Chicago, check out the Bulls SB Nation site Blog A Bull. For more on Atlanta, check out the Hawks SB Nation site Peachtree Hoops.

Who do you like to win the series? Leave your predictions in the comments!

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