39 Facts About Chicago Bulls

1. The Chicago Bulls took on the Toronto Raptors in hopes of getting back on track after a few tough losses.

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2. The Chicago Bulls perfected the art of the lightning meltdown on Friday in Milwaukee, when they went from a 22-point lead to 18-point deficit in a little more than a quarter.

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3. The Chicago Bulls are hapless without Lauri Markkannen and Bobby Portis and your Boston Celtics played some quality basketball in three out of the four quarters that were played.

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4. The Chicago Bulls traveled to Boston to take on one of the top contenders in the East.

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5. On June 22, 2017, the Chicago Bulls decided to embark on a rebuild by trading star Jimmy Butler to the Minnesota Timberwolves for.

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6. The Chicago Bulls took a deep dive into the fundamentals at Tuesday's practice.

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7. The Chicago Bulls endured one of those no-sympathy nights in Boston on Wednesday.

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8. In the end, Zach LaVine and the Chicago Bulls came away with the victory Monday night.

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9. The Chicago Bulls will stick with the same point guard rotation they used on Saturday, meaning Ryan Arcidiacono will start, Shaq Harrison will be the backup and Cameron Payne will be out of the rotation.

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10. The Chicago Bulls took on the Cleveland Cavaliers in hopes of earning their fourth win of the season.

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11. The Chicago Bulls will stick with their new point guard rotation in their next game, rolling with Arcidiacono as the starter and Shaquille Harrison as the backup.

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12. The Chicago Bulls will mix things up at point guard and go with Arcidiacono over Cam Payne in a move that ultimately won't mean much for fantasy implications.

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13. The Chicago Bulls will go for back-to-back victories for the first time this season when they host the Dallas Mavericks on Monday night at the United Center.

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14. On September 12, 2014, the Chicago Bulls officially opened their new training facility, the Advocate Center.

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15. From 2006 to 2017, the Chicago Bulls wore a green version of their red uniforms during the week of St Patrick's Day in March.

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16. Even though the Chicago Bulls generally wear black footwear in the playoffs since 1989, there have been some notable exceptions.

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17. The Chicago Bulls won in the first three years before losing in 1994 but got revenge in 1996.

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18. On June 21, 2018, Chicago Bulls selected Wendell Carter with the seventh overall pick, and with 22nd overall pick via trade with New Orleans Pelicans selected Chandler Hutchison.

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19. On September 24, 2017, Dwyane Wade and the Chicago Bulls reportedly agreed to a buyout of the remaining year on his contract.

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20. On October 17, 2016, the Chicago Bulls acquired 2014 Rookie of the Year Michael Carter-Williams in exchange for Tony Snell.

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21. The Chicago Bulls had only 1 draft pick in the 2015 NBA draft, and selected center Bobby Portis from the University of Arkansas.

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22. The Chicago Bulls named Fred Hoiberg as their head coach on June 2, 2015.

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23. On May 28, 2015, the Chicago Bulls fired Tom Thibodeau to seek a "change in approach".

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24. The Chicago Bulls started off the season in style with a blowout win of the New York Knicks, and then winning 7 of their first 9 games.

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25. The Chicago Bulls would finish second in the Central Division with 48 wins, and earned home-court advantage in the first round.

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26. The Chicago Bulls signed veteran shooting guard Richard "Rip" Hamilton to a three-year deal, after he was waived by the Detroit Pistons.

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27. On May 4, 2010, the Chicago Bulls officially fired head coach Vinny Del Negro.

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28. In the 2009 NBA off-season the Chicago Bulls lost their leading scorer, Ben Gordon, when he signed with their divisional rival, the Detroit Pistons.

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29. On June 26, 2008, the Chicago Bulls drafted Chicago native Derrick Rose from the University of Memphis as the number 1 draft pick.

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30. In a second draft-day trade, the Chicago Bulls selected Rodney Carney and traded him to the Philadelphia 76ers for guard Thabo Sefolosha.

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31. In the first round, the 4th-seeded Chicago Bulls played the Washington Wizards.

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32. The Chicago Bulls improved from 15 to 21 wins, although they were still tied for last in the league.

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33. In that game, the Chicago Bulls scored 49 points to set an NBA record for the fewest points in a game in the shot clock era.

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34. In a much anticipated Finals, The Chicago Bulls faced the team they beat the previous year, the Utah Jazz.

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35. The Chicago Bulls started Armstrong and Harper in the backcourt, Pippen and Kukoc at the forward spots, and Perdue at center.

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36. At the time, the Chicago Bulls had the fifth worst record of any team to qualify for the playoffs in NBA history.

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37. In the summer of 1984, the Chicago Bulls had the third pick of the 1984 NBA draft, after Houston and Portland.

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38. In 1979, the Chicago Bulls lost a coin flip for the right to select first in the NBA draft.

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39. In their first season, the Chicago Bulls played their home games at the International Amphitheatre, before moving to Chicago Stadium.

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