Chicago Bulls Tickets

Who does not know the Bulls? They dominated not only on the court but also had the most attendance for many years. The Bulls tickets were like little nuggets of pure gold. Is this great team going to make a big comeback this season? Are the Bulls tickets once again going to sell like perfectly cut diamonds? Only time will tell. But if it where up to the players than you could count on it. So let's grab the Bull by its horns and let's play some hoops! (read more)

Chicago Bulls Tickets on Sale

The Chicago Bulls have been playing the entire season without one major piece or another. The latest struggle has been last year's MVP Derrick Rose. Yet, the Chicago Bulls have managed to keep the best record in the NBA. As the regular season dwindles, the focus is going to be on preparing to play the Miami Heat in the Eastern Conference Finals. It may sound cocky, but this has been the focus since the losing the series last year.

The addition of Richard Hamilton was supposed to provide the number two option the roster was missing last season. Injuries hindered his performance in 2012. The Chicago Bulls have relied upon Ronnie Brewer, Jimmy Butler, and Kyle Korver have been able to hold down the fort on the wings. Brewer is a terrific defender and has this incredible knack to find an open space next to the basket. Butler has shown glimpses of greatness, playing great defense at times, slashing to the basket at will at times, and hitting it from downtown on occasion. Korver has had it down from outside, shooting 43 percent and breaking the opposition at will some games.

In addition, Luol Deng has remained the glue guy and Joakim Noah has been great on the rebounds and very good cementing the interior defense. Forward Taj Gibson and center Omer Asik have been great on the bench, again. If only Boozer could provide some sort of play worth his pay scale.

Chicago Bulls History

The Chicago Bulls have been playing NBA basketball since 1966. The franchise had hopes of becoming a perennial powerhouse in the early 1970s with Jerry Sloan and Norm Van Lier in the backcourt, Bob Love, Chet Walker, and Clifford Ray in the front court. However, it was not until Michael Jordan joined the team in 1984 that the franchise would turn into a dynasty. Specifically, Jordan, Pippen, and Horace Grant led a three peat from 1991 to 1993 and Jordan and Pippen added Dennis Rodman to the mix to win three more from 1996 to 1998. That second three peat included an NBA record 72-win season. TheSeats has Chicago Bulls tickets for the new season schedule at United Center to enjoy as Derrick Rose tries to lead his own dynasty.

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