History of the Chicago Bulls

Chicago Bulls basketball team is the United States who are members of the National Basketball Association. The team is based in Chicago, Illinois. Chicago Bulls name given by the club owner, Dick Klein, on behalf of the livestock industry in this city in 1990 tersebut.Klub's never won a NBA title with the players led by the star, namely Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen.

In his first season to join the NBA in 1966/67, the Bulls won 33 victories throughout the season and through the playoffs (the determination). In season, the Chicago Bulls play at the stadium Amphitheater.Setahun later, the team's new headquarters occupies the so-called Chicago Stadium . In 1994, the Bulls have a new stadium called the United Center.

Capacity of 21.711 seats stadium was built by club owner, Jerry Reinsdorf and William Wirtz, owner of the Chicago Blackhawks hockey club. When Jordan joined the Bulls, he managed to win six NBA titles and bring the best player on his club's best season in 1995/96 with the win-loss record (72-10). After Jordan retired, the Bulls had the worst season in the year 2000/2001 with only 15 games won and lost as much as 67 times.

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