The Chicago Bulls joined the league in 1966, and they came out of the gate strong. The Bulls posted the best first-season record by an expansion team in NBA history—becoming the only NBA team to make the playoffs in its first season.
Since that strong start, the Bulls have been known for championship-caliber basketball ever since. During the Michael Jordan era in the Eighties and Nineties, The Bulls became known as one of the most dominant franchises in sports history, winning a staggering six championships in eight years. Every time the Bulls made the Finals, they won it all.Read More ...
Like most franchises in major cities, the Bulls enjoy a robust nationwide fanbase, augmented heavily by their recent dynasty and continued success with players like Derrick Rose. As one of the most iconic teams in all of the professional sports, every Bulls game is a spectacle.
United Center is located in the Near West Side neighborhood in Chicago, a central and urban spot that makes it an accessible and iconic mainstay in Chicago. Built-in 1984 to replace the aging Chicago Stadium, the new “Madhouse on Madison” is one of the most raucous places to take in a game. Home to the NHL Blackhawks and the Bulls, United Center is an endearing venue for sporting events. Thanks to impressive renovations including the recent addition of a 300-level of seating, the Madhouse balances historic feel and modern amenities perfectly.