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Past 10 meetings

W 20% (2) L 80% (8)
  • Bulls @ Bucks 100-116 L
  • Bucks @ Bulls 119-95 L
  • Bucks @ Bulls 111-81 L
  • Bulls @ Bucks 114-110 W
  • Bulls @ Bucks 86-93 L
  • Bulls @ Timberwolves 124-120 W
  • Hornets @ Bulls 133-117 L
  • Celtics @ Bulls 117-94 L
  • Bucks @ Bulls 127-106 L
  • Heat @ Bulls 127-109 L

Chicago Bulls DRAFT

Temporada Jugador Ronda General Posicion Escuela | Equipo
2022-2023 18 Round 1 Dalen Terry G Arizona
2021-2022 8 Round 2 Ayo Dosunmu SG Illinois
2020-2021 4 Round 1 Patrick Williams SF Florida State
2020-2021 14 Round 2 Marko Simonovic C Mega Soccerbet (Serbia)
2019-2020 7 Round 1 Coby White SG North Carolina
2019-2020 8 Round 2 Daniel Gafford C Arkansas
2018-2019 7 Round 1 Wendell Carter Jr. C Duke
2018-2019 22 Round 1 Chandler Hutchison SF Boise State
2017-2018 16 Round 1 Justin Patton C Creighton
2017-2018 8 Round 2 Jordan Bell C Oregon
2016-2017 14 Round 1 Denzel Valentine SG Michigan State
2016-2017 18 Round 2 Paul Zipser SF FC Bayern Munich (Germany)
2015-2016 22 Round 1 Bobby Portis PF Arkansas
2014-2015 16 Round 1 Jusuf Nurkic C Cedevita (Croatia)
2014-2015 19 Round 1 Gary Harris SG Michigan State
2014-2015 19 Round 2 Cameron Bairstow PF New Mexico
2013-2014 20 Round 1 Tony Snell SG New Mexico
2013-2014 19 Round 2 Erik Murphy PF Florida
2012-2013 29 1 Marquis Teague G Kentucky
2011-2012 28 1 Norris Cole G Cleveland St.
2011-2012 30 1 Jimmy Butler G Marquette
2011-2012 13 2 Malcolm Lee G UCLA
2010-2011 17 1 Kevin Seraphin F Cholet Basket
2009-2010 16 1 James Johnson F Wake Forest
2009-2010 26 1 Taj Gibson F Southern California

Chicago Bulls LESIONES

  • Otto Porter Jr.

    Pie
    Ques Thurs | questionable

    Porter Jr. has a sore left foot, leaving his availability for Game 6 of the NBA Finals against the Celtics clouded.

The Chicago Bulls was founded on January 16, 1966, the team joined the NBA for the 1966-67 season. The franchise struggled for the better part of a quarter century, occasionally putting excellent teams on the court, such as the tough units of the mid-1970s that featured Bob Love, Norm Van Lier, Jerry Sloan, and Tom Boerwinkle. More often, however, the Bulls worked hard for mediocre results. That all changed in the mid-1980s with the drafting of Michael Jordan, the dominant player of his era and possibly the greatest player of all time.

Prior to the inception of the Bulls organization, two pro teams had failed in Chicago. One squad, the Stags, had been a charter member of the 11-team Basketball Association of America, the predecessor of the NBA. The franchise folded after the 1949-50 campaign. The Packers debuted in 1961-62, but after two last-place finishes and a name change to the Zephyrs, the franchise moved to Baltimore and eventually became the Washington Bullets.

How is the Chicago Bulls History?

The Chicago Bulls are an American professional basketball team based in Chicago. The Bulls compete in the National Basketball Association (NBA) as a member of the league's Eastern Conference Central Division. The team was founded on January 16, 1966, and played its first game during the 1966–67 NBA season. The Bulls play their home games at the United Center, an arena on Chicago's West Side.

The Bulls saw their greatest success during the 1990s when they played a major part in popularizing the NBA worldwide. They are known for having one of the NBA's greatest dynasties, winning six NBA championships between 1991 and 1998 with two three-peats. All six of their championship teams were led by Hall of Famers Michael Jordan, Scottie Pippen, and coach Phil Jackson. The Bulls are the only NBA franchise to win multiple championships while never losing an NBA Finals series in their history. 

The Bulls won 72 games during the 1995–96 season, setting an NBA record that stood until the Golden State Warriors won 73 games during the 2015–16 season. The Bulls were the first team in NBA history to win 70 games or more in a single season, and the only NBA franchise to do so until the 2015–16 Warriors.

What are the Symbols of Chicago Bulls?

When Dick Klein founded the Bulls in 1966, the team was associated with a Chicago legacy that some people may forget today. According to Peter T. Alter, the chief historian at the Chicago History Museum, the name was a nod to Chicago’s meatpacking industry—the city was once known as the “hog butcher of the world.” Though the industry was waning in Chicago by the 1960s, the Bulls played their first season at International Amphitheater, which was in the meatpacking district and bumped up against the Union Stock Yards. Klein was also reportedly considering the “Matadors,” or “Toreadors” for a name, but wanted something shorter and punchier. 

Klein discussed those names with his family, but his son wasn’t too fond of them, saying, “Dad, that’s a lot of bull.” And a dynastic name was born. Benny the Bull, commonly known as Benny, is the mascot of the National Basketball Association (NBA)'s Chicago Bulls, a role he has filled since 1969.

The Chicago Bulls logo symbolizes the nickname of the team and how they value their roots as the logo has never been changed since its inception.

What is the Chicago Bulls' Logo?

The Chicago Bulls logo is widely regarded as one of the most memorable and iconic sports logos in history. The only NBA team with the original logo dating back to 1966. 

The primary logo is a forward-facing red bull head with ‘Chicago’ above the design and ‘Bulls’ neatly tucked in between the horns. While the design is a classic and well-balanced in terms of color and layout, it is nevertheless a product of its time and its cartoonish style and generic typeface look dated. The partial primary logo is the same minus the wordmark. 

The Bulls do not have a secondary or alternate logo. The Chicago Bulls logo symbolizes the nickname of the team and how they value their roots as the logo has never been changed since its inception.

The Chicago Bulls logo font is NBA Bulls. The NBA Bulls (custom signature all-caps) font is used for jersey lettering, player names, numbers, team logo, branding, and merchandise.

When Dick Klein founded the Bulls in 1966, he enlisted the help of commercial designer Dean Wessel, a fellow Little League coach and neighbor in Kenilworth, just north of Chicago to design the now famous logo. A frowning red bull, Klein reportedly looked it over and sent it back to me, saying, ‘I want blood on the horns. Blood!'” to which Dean obliged him.”

The Bulls are one of five teams not to feature a basketball in any of their logos.

How is the Chicago Bulls' Uniform?

The Bulls have maintained a consistent look throughout the franchise’s history. The team has never changed its logo or the design of their shorts and have made only a few relatively minor adjustments to their jerseys.

The Bulls have used the same basic uniform template since the team’s inaugural season, with diamonds at the bottom of each side of the shorts containing the Bulls logo, and a simple jersey unadorned with side panels or striping of any kind. Only the wordmark and numbering have changed over the years, with the current uniform set in use since 1985.

The white home uniform has ‘Bulls’ and the player number centered below in red with a black outline. The trim is white and red with a thin black outline around the white stripe. The diamond panels are red. The red home uniform has the team name and player number in black with a white outline and red and white trim with a thin black outline around the red stripe. The diamond panels are white. The alternate uniform is a black version of the home uniform template ‘Chicago’ replacing ‘Bulls’ on the jersey.

The Bulls are one of five teams to wear a red uniform as their primary road option and one of eight teams with a black alternate. The Bulls are also one of five teams (along with the Blazers, Heat, Raptors and Hawks) to wear some combination of red and black, but get credit for originating the look in 1966.

What are the Chicago Bulls' Colors?

The Chicago Bulls colors are Bulls red and black. The Chicago Bulls team colors in Hex, RGB, and CMYK can be found below. The Chicago Bulls are a team from Chicago, Illinois. 

BULLS RED

PANTONE: PMS 200 C

Hex Color: #CE1141;

RGB: (206, 17, 65)

CMYK: (0, 100, 65, 15)

BLACK

PANTONE: PMS Black 6 C

Hex Color: #000000;

RGB: (6, 25, 34)

CMYK: (30, 0, 0, 100)

Who are the Chicago Bulls' Players?

The official 2021-22 Season Roster includes;  38-21 Overall | Eastern - 2nd 

Pos.         

No.              

Name                                       

Height                    

Weight

Points per Game

PG

2

Lonzo Ball

6-6

    190

13.0

C

20

Jordan Bell

    6-8

    216

0.0

13

Tony Bradley

6-10

248

3.1

  SF 

7

        Troy Brown Jr.

6-6

215

4.6

PG

6

Alex Caruso

6-5

186

8.4

PF

25

Tyler Cook

    6-8

255

3.8

SG

11

DeMar DeRozan

    6-6

220

28.1

SG

12

Ayo Dosunmu

6-4

200

8.1

SG

24

Javonte Green

6-5

205

7.6

SF

5

Derrick Jones Jr.

    6-6

210

6.1

SG

8

Zach LaVine

    6-5

200

24.6

C

19

Marko Simonovic

    6-11

220

1.9

SG

21

Matt Thomas

    6-3

190

4.3

PF

11

Tristan Thompson

      6-9

254

6.3

C

9

Nikola Vucevic

    6-10

260

18.2

PG

0

Coby White

    6-4

195

14.0

PF

44

Patrick Williams

      6-7

215

6.6

 

An official team can have multiple players, but only five can play in a game at any one time. Each player is assigned a basketball position: center, power forward, small forward, point guard, and shooting guard.

       The center is the tallest player on each team, playing near the basket.

       The power forward does many of the things a center does, playing near the basket while rebounding and     

       defending taller players. But power forwards also take longer shots than centers.

      The small forward plays against small and large players. They roam all over on the court. Small forwards can 

      score from long shots and close ones.

      The point guard runs the offense and usually is the team’s best dribbler and passer. The point guard 

      defends the opponent’s point guard and tries to steal the ball.

 The shooting guard is usually the team’s best shooter. The shooting guard can make shots from a long      distance and also is a good dribbler.

Who are the retired players of the Chicago Bulls?

The list of Chicago Bulls retired jerseys is a short one, with only four players receiving the honor. These Chicago Bulls players have all had their numbers retired. After making a big impact while playing for the team, players such as Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen had their jerseys retired. But not every player in the NBA gets their number retired.

 

Chicago Bulls retired numbers

No.

    Player

Position

Tenure

Date

4

JERRY SLOAN

 

 

1966 - 1976

02/17/78 at Chicago Stadium

10

BOB LOVE

 

 

1968 - 1977

01/14/94 at Chicago Stadium

23

MICHAEL JORDAN

 

1984 - 1993 1994 - 1998

11/01/94 at United Center

33

SCOTTIE PIPPEN

 

1987 - 1998 2003 - 2004

12/09/05 at United Center



Franchise all-time best players (Playoffs)

PLAYER   

GP 

NBA awards and honors

Michael Jordan

 

1072

5 times NBA Most Valuable Player (1988, 1991, 1992, 1996, 1998)

6 times NBA Finals Most Valuable Player (1991, 1992, 1993, 1996, 1997, 1998)

10 times NBA Scoring Leader (1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1996, 1997, 1998)

3 times NBA Steals Leader (1988, 1990, 1993)

3 times All-Star Game MVP (1988, 1996, 1998)

10 times All-NBA First Team (1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1996, 1997, 1998)

1 time NBA Rookie of the Year (1985) 

Derrick Rose

672

1 time NBA Most Valuable Player (2011)

3 times All-Star Game Selection (2010, 2011, 2012)

1 time All-NBA First Team (2011)

1 time NBA Rookie of the Year (2009)

Dennis Rodman

911

7 times NBA Rebounding Leader (1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998)

2 times All-Star Game Selection (1990, 1992)

2 times All-NBA Third Team (1992, 1995)

2 times NBA Defensive Player of the Year (1990, 1991)

7 times NBA All-Defensive FirstTeam (1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1995, 1996)

Guy Rodgers

892

2 times NBA Assists Leader (1963, 1967)

4 times All-Star Game Selection (1963, 1964, 1966, 1967)

Scottie Pippen

1178

1 time NBA Steals Leader (1995)

7 times All-Star Game Selection (1990, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997)

1 time All-Star Game MVP (1994)

Derrick Rose

672

1 time NBA Most Valuable Player (2011)

3 times All-Star Game Selection (2010, 2011, 2012)

1 time All-NBA First Team (2011)

1 time NBA Rookie of the Year (2009)

 

Who are the Rivals of the Chicago Bulls?

1. Cleveland Cavaliers

The Bulls–Cavaliers have played each other since the Cavaliers joined the NBA as an expansion team in 1970, but the rivalry didn't begin in earnest until the Bulls drafted Michael Jordan with the third overall pick in 1984. After Jordan would go on to the Washington Wizards and eventually retire, the rivalry died down, but when Cleveland picked LeBron James with the first selection in 2003, the rivalry heated up again. However, the Cavaliers had an edge on the Bulls, who would pick Derrick Rose with the first selection in 2008 to turn Chicago from a lottery team, to a future contender. 

2. Detroit Pistons

The Bulls' main division rivals have been the Detroit Pistons ever since the Jordan-led Bulls met the "Bad Boy" Pistons in the 1988 Eastern Conference semifinals. The two teams met in the playoffs four consecutive years, with the Pistons winning each time until 1991. The Eastern Conference Finals in 1991 ended with a four-game sweep of the Pistons, who walked off the floor with time still on the game clock.  The rivalry was renewed in the 2007 Eastern Conference Semifinals, in which former Detroit cornerstone Ben Wallace met his former team (the Pistons won in 6 games). The geographic proximity and membership in the Central Division further intensify the rivalry, which has been characterized by intense, physical play ever since the teams met in the late 1980s. Chicago fans' rivalry with Detroit extends past the NBA, as the two cities shared divisions in all four major North American sports until 2013 when the Detroit Red Wings moved to the Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conference.

What is the Chicago Bulls Agenda for future matches?

The Bulls revamped their entire roster over the last several months. There may not be a team in the NBA that has made as many significant moves in the previous year. Chicago brought in Lonzo Ball, DeMar DeRozan, Nikola Vucevic, and Alex Caruso to help make them somewhat of a contender in the Eastern Conference. Keeping Zach LaVine and making him happy is a priority as he is a budding star in the NBA. Patrick Williams and Coby White also will remain on the Bulls. 

The starting lineup will feature Lonzo Ball, DeMar DeRozan, Zach LaVine, Patrick Williams, and Nikola Vucevic on this highly competitive Bulls roster.

Chicago decided to go in a completely different direction than what it had been doing when it traded for Nikola Vucevic and did a sign-and-trade with the New Orleans Pelicans for Lonzo Ball and the San Antonio Spurs for DeMar DeRozan. The Bulls also signed Alex Caruso in free agency. 

 

They could execute all of this without giving up Zach LaVine, Coby White, or Patrick Williams, which should be considered a massive win for the Bulls. Suddenly, Chicago becomes an instant threat in the Eastern Conference to knock out a team for their spot in the playoffs. LaVine is coming off of his best season averaging 27.4 points, five rebounds, and 4.9 assists per game on 50.7% from the field and 41.9% from behind the arc. These stats are eye-popping and should be frightening for opposing teams when considering the Bulls’ depth. 

 

LaVine no longer has to carry the Bulls every game and instead can rely on Lonzo Ball to distribute and Vucevic and DeRozan to help score. Additionally, Chicago has Patrick Williams, who should take another step forward this year after showing some promise this past season. Having Alex Caruso’s energy, IQ, and offensive and defensive prowess will help a great deal also.

 

How is the Chicago Bulls schedule?

Chicago Bulls Schedule 2021-22

DATE

OPPONENT

TIME

Sat, Mar 12

vs Cleveland

9:00 PM

Mon, Mar 14

@ Sacramento

10:00 PM

Wed, Mar 16

@ Utah

9:00 PM

Fri, Mar 18

@ Phoenix

10:00 PM

Mon, Mar 21

vs Toronto

8:00 PM

Tue, Mar 22

@ Milwaukee

8:00 PM

Thu, Mar 24

@ New Orleans

8:00 PM

Sat, Mar 26

@ Cleveland

8:00 PM

Mon, Mar 28

@ New York

7:30 PM

Tue, Mar 29

@ Washington

7:00 PM

Thu, Mar 31

vs LA

8:00 PM

Sat, Apr 2

vs Miami

8:00 PM

Tue, Apr 5

vs Milwaukee

8:00 PM

Wed, Apr 6

vs Boston

8:00 PM

Fri, Apr 8

vs Charlotte

8:00 PM

Sun, Apr 10

@ Minnesota

TBD

* Game played at neutral location

 

How is the Chicago Bulls Roster?

 

The following is a list of current players who are under contract with the Chicago Bulls in 

the NBA during the regular season.

Chicago Bulls Team Roster 2021/22

Name 

POS

Age

HT

WT

College 

Salary

2  Lonzo Ball 

PG

24

6' 6"

190 lbs

UCLA

$18,604,651

13  Tony Bradley

C

24

6' 10"

248 lbs

North Carolina

$1,669,178

7   Troy Brown Jr.

SF

22

6' 6"

215 lbs

Oregon

$5,170,564

6    Alex Caruso

SG

27

6' 5"

186 lbs

Texas A&M

$8,650,651

25   Tyler Cook

F

24

6' 8"

255 lbs

Iowa

$1,701,593

11   DeMar DeRozan

SF

32

6' 6"

220 lbs

USC

$26,000,000

12  Ayo Dosunmu

SG

22

6' 4"

200 lbs

Illinois

$925,258

24  Javonte Green

SF

28

6' 5"

205 lbs

Radford

$1,669,178

14 Malcolm Hill

F

26

6' 6"

220 lbs

Illinois

--

5  Derrick Jones Jr.

SF

24

6' 6"

210 lbs

UNLV

$9,720,900

8 Zach LaVine

SG

26

6' 5"

200 lbs

UCLA

$19,500,000

28 Alfonzo McKinnie

F

29

6' 7"

215 lbs

Green Bay

$1,090,007

19  Marko Simonovic 

C

22

6' 11"

220 lbs

--

$925,258

21  Matt Thomas 

SG

27

6' 3"

190 lbs

Iowa State

$1,669,178

9 Nikola Vucevic  

C

31

6' 10"

260 lbs

USC

$24,000,000

0  Coby White 

PG

21

6' 4"

195 lbs

North Carolina

$5,837,760

44  Patrick Williams

PF

20

6' 7"

215 lbs

Florida State

$7,422,000

 

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