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Chicago Bulls History

It all started in 1967, when the team spent their early years working hard, but getting little out of it. What changed all of that? Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen. Those two key players helped create an NBA dynasty. What was the culmination of their efforts? Winning three NBA titles in a row. Jordan took a short break in the mid 1990's to try his hand at pro baseball, left that, and came back to help the team win three more!

Derrick Rose leads the team in the late 2000's, and with the addition of solid players such as Pau Gasol, they are poised to take the NBA crown once more.

Bulls 2014-2015 Season Highlights

The Chicago Bulls finished the season with a record of 50-32. This was their fifth year in a row, where the team had a solid win-loss record. Most fans will remember the 2010-2011 season when the team hit 62 wins. That season was coach Thibodeau's first at the helm. The team managed 21 more wins when compared to the previous season. The Bulls lost in the NBA finals that year.

For the 2014-2015 season, the bulls started their first round playoff action against the Milwaukee Bucks. They won that series 4-2. The Cavaliers were the Bull's next opponent. Chicago managed just two wins in that series, and lost to Cleveland at home on May 14, 2015. The Bulls pulled off a win in game one, taking down the Cav's 99-92. They also won game three, 99-96. From there, they lost three playoff games in a row.

Team leaders for Chicgo include Jimmy Butler, Derrick Rose, and Mike Dunleavy. Dunleavy is famous for his three point shooting. He scored 30 points from three point range, and ended the second round series as third best scorer on the team. The team leader was Derrick Rose, scoring 130 points.

The Chicago Bulls had an average 2015-2016 season. They finished the season with a record of 42-40, good for 9th place in the Eastern Conference and two games out of the 8th seed. If you remember, it was not too long ago that 42-40 got a team into the playoffs in the Eastern Conference.

The Bulls made a few moves of note during the offseason. First, they had the 14th selection overall in the draft and they used to it take guard Denzel Valentine from Michigan State. Second, they signed much debated point guard Rajon Rondo to a two-year contract. Third, and their biggest move of the off season by far, they signed free agent guard Dwayne Wade to a two year, 47 million dollar contract. So far this season, things have not gone as well as they had hoped. The Bulls currently sit with a record of 19-20, and are on the outside looking in to the playoffs at the moment.

The Chicago Bulls are almost fifty years old. The team is on the rise in 2017, and in the playoff hunt. With players such as Jimmy Butler, Derrick Rose, and Joakim Noah, the team hopes to go far. Bulls tickets can be found here!

After a long run of success, the Chicago Bulls decided last off season it was time to rebuild, and they started with the Jimmy Butler trade to Minnesota. Last season, the rebuilding Bulls stumbled their way to a 27-55 campaign, the third-worst record overall in the Eastern Conference. This off season, they continued that rebuild.

For the draft, the Bulls held two first round draft choices. With the seventh selection overall, they signed power forward Wendell Carter, the freshman from Duke. Next, they used the twenty-second selection overall on shooting guard/small forward Chandler Hutchinson from Boise State. In free agency, they began by matching the offer sheet for guard Zach Levine. Next, they signed forward Jabari Parker (recently let go by the Bucks,) to a two-year contract. Parker was once thought of as an All-Star caliber player, but two torn ACL’s have slowed down his pace. He will attempt to pick up the pieces in Chicago. Third, they signed guard Antonio Blakeney and re-signed guard Ryan Arcidiacono. This will take time, but the Bulls are headed in the right direction.