Paul Sullivan: Hey NBA — why play games in empty, cavernous arenas this season? Try high school gyms instead.

CHICAGO — Wandering aimlessly around the United Center late Wednesday while searching for an exit near the end of the Chicago Bulls season-opening loss to the Atlanta Hawks, I experienced one of those “Home Alone” moments. With the gates locked and no one around, I pictured myself locked inside the cavernous stadium for Christmas, waiting on Billy Donovan to arrive Saturday morning to let me out before their next game against the Indiana Pacers. Instead of matching wits with Joe Pesci, it would be just me and a bronze version of Michael Jordan dunking. Forgive me for getting lost on the West S…

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