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2014 Chicago Bulls Tickets

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The Chicago Bulls made the playoffs last season, but failed to advance out of the first round, losing to the Washington Wizards. Chicago signed Pau Gasol during the offseason, and should be a legitimate title contender -- especially with a healthy Derrick Rose. Check out the Bulls' schedule and get your Bulls tickets today!

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2014 Chicago Bulls Schedule

Even without former league MVP Derrick Rose, the Chicago Bulls are one of the best teams in the NBA, and the Bulls once again proved that in 2014. Led by Joakim Noah, the Bulls clinched a playoff berth in 2014, but lost in the first round of the NBA playoffs. The Bulls signed Pau Gasol during the offseason, and are ready for a healthy Derrick Rose to return to the court.

Be there this season to watch the Bulls try to rise to the top of the Eastern Conference -- check out the Bulls' schedule and get your Bulls tickets today!

Bulls Fast Break Facts
  • Founded in 1966
  • Six-time NBA Champions: 1991, 1992, 1993, 1996, 1997, 1998
  • Owner: Jerry Reinsdorf
  • Head Coach: Tom Thibodeau
  • General Manager: Gar Forman
  • Home Stadium: United Center
  • United Center Capacity: 20,917

Founded in 1966 as an expansion team, and the third Chicago NBA franchise, the Bulls are one of the NBA's most iconic franchises -- thanks in large part to one player in one coach. The Bulls had never won an NBA title until the Bulls hired Phil Jackson to replace Doug Collins in 1989.

In just his second season, Jackson coached the Bulls to their first-ever NBA title -- thanks in large part to Michael Jordan. Jordan, Jackson and the Bulls went on to win three consecutive NBA championships. Jordan's career took a bizarre turn, however, and the NBA legend decided to retire from basketball to play baseball. Jordan signed with the Chicago White Sox, and played for Chicago's AA affiliate in Birmingham in 1994, but struggled, hitting just .202/.289/.266, striking out 114 times in 436 at bats.

Jordan returned to the Bulls, and led the Bulls to another three-peat between 1996-98, giving the Bulls six championships in eight years.

It had been tough times for the Bulls since Jordan retired, but with a talented young roster led by Derrick Rose and Joakim Noah, with one of the best coaches in the NBA in Tom Thibodeau, the Bulls are back among the NBA's elite -- and are out to prove it this year!

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