Established on January 16, 1966, the Chicago Bulls is a proud member of the National Basketball Association's Eastern Conference Central Division. Representing the city of Chicago and playing their home games at United Center on its West Side, this professional basketball team has been thrilling fans for over five decades with the competitive play since its first season in 1966-67. The Chicago Bulls achieved enormous success in the 1990s, cementing their legacy as an NBA dynasty and popularizing basketball around the world. With six championships won between 1991 to 1998 - including two three-peats with Michael Jordan, Scottie Pippen, and coach Phil Jackson leading each team - it's no wonder that they earned a place among professional sports' greatest dynasties of all time. What is even more remarkable is that during this illustrious era of championship wins for the Bulls, not once did they ever lose an NBA Finals series. By recording 72 victories in the 1995-96 season, the Bulls not only established an NBA record that lasted until 2016, but they were also pioneers: becoming the first team to ever reach 70 wins and remaining as such for two whole decades. It was finally broken by Golden State Warriors who beat them with 73 games won during the 2015-16 campaign. 1998 marked the beginning of a decline in success for the Bulls, and the struggles continued throughout much of the 2000s. However, Derrick Rose and Joakim Noah brought hope to fans in 2010 with consecutive seasons above .732. Yet their injury woes caused a setback when key players had to be traded away - leading up until now when we are blessed by all-stars Zach LaVine, DeMar DeRozan, and Nikola Vucevic on our team. Jordan and Rose have both won the NBA Most Valuable Player Award an impressive six times, all while playing on behalf of the Bulls. The Bulls are rivals with big names such as Cleveland Cavaliers, Detroit Pistons, Miami Heat, and none other than New York Knicks - their rivalry was especially highlighted in the late '80s to the early '90s era. Moreover, they widely contribute towards youth sports events and non-for-profit organizations through their official charity department by providing them with tickets to games and merchandise. On July 29, 2021 the Bulls selected hometown hero Ayo Dosunmu with their 38th pick of the second round. Then, just a few days later on August 2nd, they traded Tomas Satoransky and Garrett Temple to New Orleans Pelicans for Lonzo Ball in addition to a 2024 second-round pick and cash. On August 11, Chicago announced an impressive trade sending Thaddeus Young, Al-Farouq Aminu and two protected picks to the San Antonio Spurs in exchange for four-time All-Star DeMar DeRozan. On the same day, Chicago was able to successfully sign free agent Alex Caruso (2020 NBA Champion) - after negotiations failed between him and Los Angeles Lakers. It is safe to say that this was a very successful day for Chicago's preseason rebuild. On New Year's Eve, DeRozan made a remarkable buzzer-beating game-winning shot to beat the Indiana Pacers 108-106 in the 4th quarter. The next day on New Year's Day, with seconds left and his team trailing 117–119 against Washington Wizards, he hit another unbelievable buzzer-beater shot which allowed them to win 120–119 - making him the first player in NBA History to score back-to-back game-winning shots within two days. Fueled by a nine-game winning streak, the Bulls made headlines on January 22nd when DeRozan was named as one of the starting players for that year's All-Star Game. Subsequently, LaVine earned himself a reserve spot eight days later and solidified his place in NBA history. The Bulls concluded 6th in the Eastern Conference, avoiding the play-in tournament. Consequently, they were pitted against the three-seeded Milwaukee Bucks - defending NBA Champions - whom they lost to in five games. Despite their three highest-paid players Lavine-DeRozan-Vucevic all having a lackluster performance during this series. On June 23rd of 2022, Dalen Terry was drafted with the 18th pick by Chicago Bulls and on July 7th Zach Lavine resigned for 5 years at an impressive $215.2 million dollars contract – making it record-setting for any player who has ever signed into the Chicago Bulls’ roster. Basketball fans, rejoice! We offer the most affordable sports tickets! Buy cheap Chicago Bulls tickets and mark your calendar! We are committed to making your ticket purchase experience easy and secure so you can focus on what matters, enjoying the event. Buy cheap basketball tickets for your friends and family and see the Chicago Bulls play live. 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