Chicago Bulls NBA schedule
The Chicago Bulls are one of the most storied sports teams of recent memory. After all, Michael Jordan became an international star playing for the Bulls teams of the 1980s and 1980s. Competing in the NBA's Eastern Conference, Central Division, the side is in a period of rebuilding and readjustment to get back to winning ways. You can be there courtside, cheering on the Bulls. Here at StubHub you can find a wide range of Chicago Bulls tickets, so get yours today and head down to the United Center to watch an NBA game. The postseason and playoffs are in the Bull's sights, but it's not going to be easy for the team from Chicago. With no Championship win since 1998, and a host of squad changes, the Bulls are desperately looking to get back to their glory days. Get your NBA tickets here today and cheer on Chicago's finest - the Bulls.
Chicago Bulls history
The Bulls were founded in 1966 and quickly established themselves as a fundamental fabric of Chicago and its culture. It was the Michael Jordan era that cemented the Bulls' legendary status. In an incredibly successful period, the Bulls won six NBA championships in just eight years. In fact, the 1996 Chicago Bulls team is widely regarded as one of the, if not THE, greatest NBA teams in history. Alongside players like Dennis Rodman and Scottie Pippen, the Bulls would go on to set countless NBA records. One of the records that the franchise should be most proud of is the fact that they are the only NBA franchise to win multiple championships and never lose an NBA Finals series in their history. Their most recent NBA Finals win came in 1998 when they took on the Utah Jazz and won the series 4-2, making it their third consecutive series win. Of course, this heyday now feels like a long time ago for Chicago Bulls fans and with the new NBA season kicking off once again, will this be the year that the Bulls go back to winning ways. With Chicago Bulls NBA tickets you can find out, book your seat today!
United Center - home of the bulls
The Chicago Bulls share their home stadium, the United Center, with the Chicago Blackhawks of the NHL. Replacing the Chicago Stadium, the multi-purpose arena has a seating capacity of nearly 21,000 for basketball games. As well as hosting NHL and NBA games, the United Center regularly hosts concerts from some of music's biggest names like Justin Timberlake and Maroon 5, as well as political events like the 1996 Democratic National Convention. However, we know you're here for the basketball. So get your Chicago Bulls tickets and enjoy the best games live, courtside.