Chicago Bulls


Full NameChicago Bulls

Nick NameBulls


GroundUnited Center

Prominent PlayersZach LaVine, Lauri Markkanen, Kris Dunn, Wendell Carter Jr., Denzel Valentine


The Chicago Bulls are an American Basketball team competing in the Eastern Conference Central Division of the NBA. The Bulls were founded in 1966 and play their home games at United Center. The Chicago Bulls won six NBA Championships in the 90s with two three-peats.

During 1995-96 season, the Bulls won 72 games and were the first team to win more than 70 games in a season. They are known for having one of the greatest dynasties in NBA History and many consider the 1996 Bulls team to be one of the best teams in the League's history. In 1984, Bulls drafted Micheal Jordan and in 1987, Scottie Pippen joined the Bulls as part of a draft-day trade and the duo were instrumental in the Bulls' dream run in the nineties. Some of the prominent players to have played for the Bulls include Michael Jordan, Scottie Pippen, Jerry Sloan etc

Chicago Bulls Record - Last 10 Seasons

SeasonDivision FinishConference FinishRecordPlayoffs
2016-174th8th41-41Lost First Round
2014-152nd3rd50-32Lost Conf Semifinals
2013-142nd4th48-34Lost First Round
2012-132nd5th45-37Lost Conf Semifinals
2011-121st1st50-16Lost First Round
2010-111st1st62-20Lost Conf Finals
2009-103rd8th41-41Lost First Round
2008-092nd7th41-41Lost First Round

Chicago Bulls Roster

Rawle Alkins

Ryan Arcidiacono

Omer Asik

Antonio Blakeney

Wendell Carter Jr.

Antonius Cleveland

Kris Dunn

Cristiano Felicio

Justin Holiday

Chandler Hutchison

Zach LaVine

Robin Lopez

Lauri Markkanen

Jabari Parker

Cameron Payne

Bobby Portis

Denzel Valentine

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