Chicago Bulls – Virtual Experiences

Virtual Experiences Zone | 5:00AM Your Home, NYTickets


Orlando Magic vs. Chicago Bulls

Amway Center | 12:00AM Orlando, FLTickets


Miami Heat vs. Chicago Bulls

AmericanAirlines Arena | 12:00AM Miami, FLTickets


Chicago Bulls vs. Boston Celtics

United Center | 12:00AM Chicago, ILTickets


Chicago Bulls vs. Miami Heat

United Center | 12:00AM Chicago, ILTickets


San Antonio Spurs vs. Chicago Bulls

AT&T Center | 12:00AM San Antonio, TXTickets


Houston Rockets vs. Chicago Bulls

Toyota Center – TX | 12:00AM Houston, TXTickets


Chicago Bulls vs. Denver Nuggets

United Center | 12:00AM Chicago, ILTickets


Chicago Bulls vs. Philadelphia 76ers

United Center | 12:00AM Chicago, ILTickets


Chicago Bulls vs. New York Knicks

United Center | 12:00AM Chicago, ILTickets


Utah Jazz vs. Chicago Bulls

Vivint Smart Home Arena | 12:00AM Salt Lake City, UTTickets


Denver Nuggets vs. Chicago Bulls

Pepsi Center – Denver | 12:00AM Denver, COTickets


Phoenix Suns vs. Chicago Bulls

Talking Stick Resort Arena | 12:00AM Phoenix, AZTickets


Los Angeles Clippers vs. Chicago Bulls

Staples Center | 12:00AM Los Angeles, CATickets


Los Angeles Lakers vs. Chicago Bulls

Staples Center | 12:00AM Los Angeles, CATickets


Chicago Bulls vs. Brooklyn Nets

United Center | 12:00AM Chicago, ILTickets


Chicago Bulls vs. Orlando Magic

United Center | 12:00AM Chicago, ILTickets


Boston Celtics vs. Chicago Bulls

TD Garden | 12:00AM Boston, MATickets

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The NBA Chicago Bulls basketball team plays in the Eastern Conference’s Central Division as part of the National Basketball Association. The Bulls are based out of Chicago, Illinois. Their home games are played at United Center.

During the 1990s, the Chicago Bulls had one of the greatest sports and NBA dynasties of all time. In eight years, they won six championships and they had two three-peats. The Bulls were led by head coach Phil Jackson, Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippin. The first three Bulls championship teams also included B.J. Armstrong, John Paxson, Horace Grant and Bill Cartwright. The latter three included Dennis Rodman, Toni Kukoc, Ron Harper, Steve Kerr and Luc Longley. During the NBA season of 1995-96, the Chicago Bulls won 72 games to set an NBA record. No other NBA team has won 70 games in one season. The last championship season for the Bulls occurred in 1998. Chicago has won all six of their appearances in the NBA Finals.

The Bulls run came to an end after they won the 1998 championship against the Utah Jazz. Michael Jordan retired in January 1999. Scottie Pippen, Steve Kerr and Luc Longley were traded and Dennis Rodman was not re-signed. Phil Jackson was also replaced with Tim Floyd from Iowa State University as head coach.