Chicago Bulls Tickets
Minnesota Timberwolves vs. Chicago Bulls
7:00 PM | Target Center | Minneapolis MN
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About Chicago Bulls
The Chicago Bulls are one of the NBA’s powerhouse team, first establishing a legacy for themselves in the 1990s with six NBA championship wins. In 2015, the Bulls drew one of the highest attendances in the entire NBA, so you know that finding great cheap tickets is going to be a challenge. Get your Bulls tickets here before they’re all sold out and you are forced to watch all the live action from home!
Where it All Began
The Chicago Bulls were founded in 1966, and their world-famous mascot, Benny the Bull, was created in 1969. The team reached peak performance in the 1990s, featuring six NBA championship wins, 72 winning games, and a heated rivalry with the Detroit Pistons. To date, the Bulls still make regular appearances in the NBA playoffs, and have since hosted NBA superstars such as Michael Jordan, Scottie Pippin, Derek Rose, and many others. Home games at the United Center are always filled with groundbreaking plays and plenty of suspense! Since the loss of Jimmy Butler to the Minnesota Timberwolves for Zach Lavine and D-Wade to the Cleveland Cavaliers, the team has been focused on rebuilding their franchise to become champions again. You do not want to miss history in the making, so get your cheap Chicago Bulls tickets now before they all sell out! Get ready to be swept away by the energy of the team and the roar of the crowd.
Bulls vs. Detroit Pistons
The rivalry began in the 1998 Eastern Conference Semifinals after both teams beat their competitors in the first round. With Michael Jordan on their team, the Bulls knew they had an advantage over the Pistons. The Bulls seemed to have a stream of success at first, but the Pistons leveled up by winning their first title in 1989. Since then, there have been lots of ups and downs for both teams, with star players adding to the fuel. Nonetheless both teams have exceptional talent and prove to be strong competitors.
The United Center opened in 1994, after its previous venue, The Chicago Stadium, was demolished. This arena is located on the West side of Chicago. This venue hosts over 200 events per year. In 2019, a new scoreboard was added, making it the biggest scoreboard in the NHL and NBA. It includes six panels, kinetic movement, and 8,600 square feet of display. Check out this huge scoreboard after you grab your cheap tickets to see a Chicago Bulls game!
Accomplishments and Records
NBA Most Valuable Player
- Michael Jordan (1988, 1991, 1992, 1996, 1998)
- Derrick Rose (2011)
NBA Defensive Player of the Year
- Michael Jordan (1998)
- Joakim Noah (2014)
NBA Sixth Man of the Year
- Toni Kukoc (1996)
- Ben Gordon (2005)
NBA Most Improved Player Award
- Jimmy Butler (2015)
Chicago Bulls Team Schedule