January 20, 2022
The Chicago Bulls are an American basketball team that is part of the National Basketball Association. The team is based in Chicago, Illinois. The name Chicago Bulls was given by the club's owner, Dick Klein, after a livestock industry in the city. This club in the 1990s had won a number of NBA titles driven by its star players, namely Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen. In his first season joining the NBA in 1966/67, the Bulls managed to win 33 wins throughout the season and penetrate the playoffs ). That season, the Bulls played at the Chicago Amphitheater stadium. A year later, the team occupies a new headquarters called Chicago Stadium. In 1994, the Bulls had a new stadium called the United Center. The 21,711-seat stadium was built by club owner Jerry Reinsdorf and William Wirtz, owner of the Chicago Blackhawks hockey club. When Jordan joined the Bulls, he won 6 NBA Player of the Year titles and brought his club to the best season in 1995/96 with a win-loss record (72-10). After Jordan retired, the Bulls had their worst season in 2000/2001 winning just 15 games and losing 67 times.