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Apr 27Sat 05:00 pm

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Boston Celtics at Chicago Bulls Eastern Conference First Round (Home Game 1, Series Game 3, If Necessary)

United Center, Chicago, IL

Apr 29Mon 01:00 pm

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Boston Celtics at Chicago Bulls Eastern Conference First Round (Home Game 2, Series Game 4, If Necessary)

United Center, Chicago, IL

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Boston Celtics at Chicago Bulls Eastern Conference First Round (Home Game 3, Series Game 6, If Necessary)

United Center, Chicago, IL

May 06Mon 01:00 pm

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TBD at Chicago Bulls Eastern Conference Semifinals (Home Game 1, If Necessary)

United Center, Chicago, IL

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TBD at Chicago Bulls Eastern Conference Semifinals (Home Game 2, If Necessary)

United Center, Chicago, IL

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TBD at Chicago Bulls Eastern Conference Semifinals (Home Game 3, If Necessary)

United Center, Chicago, IL

May 21Tue 01:00 pm

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TBD at Chicago Bulls Eastern Conference Finals (Home Game 1, If Necessary)

United Center, Chicago, IL

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TBD at Chicago Bulls Eastern Conference Finals (Home Game 2, If Necessary)

United Center, Chicago, IL

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TBD at Chicago Bulls Eastern Conference Finals (Home Game 3, If Necessary)

United Center, Chicago, IL

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TBD at Chicago Bulls NBA Finals (Home Game 1, If Necessary)

United Center, Chicago, IL

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TBD at Chicago Bulls NBA Finals (Home Game 2, If Necessary)

United Center, Chicago, IL

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TBD at Chicago Bulls NBA Finals (Home Game 3, If Necessary)

United Center, Chicago, IL

Chicago Bulls

Conference: Eastern

Division: Central

Stadium: United Center (capacity 20,917)

Head Coach: Billy Donovan (2020-present)

Star Players: Zach LaVine, DeMar DeRozan, Alex Caruso

2022-23 Regular Season: 40-42 (10th in Eastern Conference)

2023 Playoffs: Eastern Conference Play-in Tournament (defeated the Toronto Raptors 109-105, eliminated by the Miami Heat 102-91)

Legendary Former Players: Michael Jordan, Scottie Pippen, Dennis Rodman, Horace Grant

NBA Championships: 6 (1991, 1992, 1993, 1996, 1997, 1998)

Chicago Bulls

The Chicago Bulls will forever be synonymous with one man: Michael Jordan. Probably the greatest player to ever set foot on the hardwood of an NBA court, Jordan not only lit up league highlight reels with his acrobatic leaps, iconic slam dunks, and sheer determination to win, but also helped propel the NBA into the worldwide popularity that it enjoys to this day. As so many fans have recently revisited through The Last Dance, a popular Netflix documentary about the Bulls of the 1990s, Jordan teamed up with the unsung hero Scottie Pippen and the volatile but talented Dennis Rodman, coached by the great Phil Jackson, to establish a dynasty that won 6 NBA Championships in just 8 seasons, the first-ever championship titles in the franchise’s previously mediocre record. There are too many huge dramatic memories to recount them all here, but one that probably rises above them all is the image of Michael Jordan rising to sink the winning shot in Game 6 of the 1998 Finals against the Utah Jazz with 5.2 seconds left, the shot that brought the team their 6th championship and the last shot Jordan ever took as a Bull. After the departure of Jackson and the dissolution of the Jordan dynasty team, the Bulls struggled for the following decade. Recent years have seen occasional promising signs of resurgence, but Bulls’ fans have tended to be skeptical that their team can regain any of its past glory. In 2023, the Chicago Bulls squeaked into the 2023 Play-In after a 10th-place regular season finish in the Eastern Conference, where they defeated the Toronto Raptors before falling to the Miami Heat, which meant the team missed out on the 2023 NBA Playoffs. Can they make a proper return to the postseason in 2024? Time will tell. With great young players like Zach LaVine, Alex Caruso, and DeMar DeRozan, don’t count the Bulls out just yet.

How can I get cheap tickets to Chicago Bulls games?

The Chicago Bulls are one of the most popular and well known basketball teams in the history of the sport thanks to their exploits with Jordan, Jackson, & Co. in the 1980s and 90s. Even these days, getting your hands on tickets can be very difficult, particularly for postseason playoff games, in-season tournament games, or rivalry matchups (see below), which tend to sell out quickly. To find the cheapest tickets to sold out Chicago Bulls games, check the TicketX listings and game schedule on this page and use our handy TicketX seating chart to compare prices and locations. You can buy tickets with the lowest commission fees from TicketX with just one click! 

Chicago Bulls Rivalries

The Chicago Bulls’ rapid rise to the top in the 1980s and 1990s made them their fair share of enemies on the way, both on their way up and after they were up on top. Many of these rivalries have endured to this day. The Bulls’ rise saw them butt heads with two powerhouses in Larry Bird’s Boston Celtics and Magic Johnson’s Los Angeles Lakers. The real antagonists to the Bulls, however, were the Detroit Pistons led by Isaiah Thomas, known as the Bad Boys, who turned basketball into a physical battle (at times, cynically so) where they aimed to put Jordan and his teammates on the ground every time they tried to drive to the hoop. The Pistons and Bulls had four truly memorable consecutive playoff encounters, with the Bad Boys winning the first three but falling at last in 1991. The rivalry between the two cities continues to this day, extending to other sports like hockey, football, and baseball as well. The Bulls also have long-standing rivalries with the Cleveland Cavaliers, Miami Heat, and New York Knicks. The Utah Jazz would also love to beat the Bulls one day in the Finals, if the two ever meet there again!

Chicago Bulls Games Schedule

The Chicago Bulls' NBA Playoffs Play-In Tournament will conclude on April 17, followed by the NBA Eastern Conference First Round beginning April 20. The first game will be against the Boston Celtics.

  • Thu, Apr 17 9:30 AM - vs Atlanta || United Center, Chicago, IL

  • Sat, Apr 20 - NBA Eastern Conference First Round: vs. Boston Celtics || United Center, Chicago, IL

Are Chicago Bulls basketball games exciting?

Ever since the heady days of the 1990s, Chicago Bulls basketball fans have been some of the most passionate fans that you will find anywhere in North America, particularly if their team makes the NBA Playoffs. The Chicago crowd loves nothing more than to get rowdy and raucous to cheer on their team. Player introductions at United Center are incredibly exciting, with “Sirius” by the Alan Parsons Project playing while lasers, fireworks, and computerized displays add to the spectacle. The opposing team’s introductions are typically accompanied by the Darth Vader theme or other villainous musical tracks. It’s never just a basketball game in Chicago when the Bulls are playing!


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