The Chicago Bulls NBA team will be facing off against the Brooklyn Nets at 12:00 p.m. ET.

Chicago (10-16) will be visiting Brooklyn (9-18) at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, N.Y. The Bulls are third in the Central division of the NBA with a percentage of .385 while the Nets are tied for third in the Atlantic division with a .333 percentage.

Both the Chicago Bulls and the Brooklyn Nets are hoping to make a turn around going into the Christmas Day game. The Bulls have not been able to win consecutive games in over a month, while the Nets are hoping to avoid a fourth consecutive loss.

Chicago Bulls point guard D.J. Augustin was the MVP of the team's latest game, with a season-high 18 points and 10 assists. 

"As we get bodies back, D.J. gets comfortable, I said all along that I have great belief in this team," said Chicago coach Tom Thibodeau.

Meanwhile, Brooklyn Nets coach Jason Kidd is slightly discouraged with his team, hoping to turn things around against Chicago.

"We're kind of getting comfortable with losing and we've got to make a stand with that because when things get tough, do we just give in?" Kidd said. "And most of the time right now we do."

Chicago has won three of their last ten games while Brooklyn has won four of their last ten.

Watch the Chicago Bulls vs. Brooklyn Nets NBA game live on ESPN at 12:00 p.m. EST or through live stream here.