The Bulls returned to play, officially experiencing empty stands for the first time in a 124-104 loss to Hawks

CHICAGO — Before Wednesday night’s season opener, the Chicago Bulls competed in their last regular-season game at the United Center on March 10, a 108-103 victory against the Cleveland Cavaliers played 288 days ago in front of 17,837 fans. The team left for Orlando, Fla., the following day, never considering the chance it could be nine months before their next meaningful NBA game. But after four preseason games, the Bulls finally kicked off their 2020-21 season against the Atlanta Hawks, returning from an extended layoff to empty seats because of the coronavirus. Their first game back was a cl…

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