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Chicago Bulls at United Center

The United Center has been the Bulls' home since 1994. The United Center seats 20,917 fans for Bulls games, giving it the largest seating capacity in the NBA. The Bulls have led the NBA in home attendance for nine consecutive seasons.

The arena has undergone significant renovations in recent seasons, adding modern technology, new seats, a host of new bars, clubs and restaurants, and new amenities such as the East Atrium which contains the Michael Jordan statue.

Chicago Bulls 2018-19 Season

The Bulls have a very young, talented and exciting team led by Lauri Markkanen, Zach LaVine, Jabari Parker, Kris Dunn, Bobby Portis and Wendell Carter.

Markkanen is a foundational player who led the team in scoring and rebounding during his All-Rookie season. LaVine is a rising star who has won the NBA's Slam Dunk Competition two times. Parker is a proven scorer, Dunn is an exciting floor general, and Portis has developed into a solid rebounder and scorer. Carter was selected with the 7th pick in the most recent NBA Draft, and is expected to contribute immediately.

The Bulls have assembled a talented nucleus of players with athleticism and scoring ability. When combined with the Bulls' famous introductions, Benny the Bull, Luvabulls and non-stop game entertainment, expectations are high for another exciting season in front of many sellout crowds.

Chicago Bulls History

The franchise began in 1966 as an expansion team which made the Playoffs, a first in professional sports. The team later enjoyed great success in the 1970s led by Jerry Sloan, Norm Van Lier, Chet Walker, Artis Gilmore, Bob Love and many others.

But the Bulls' history is defined by one of the most dominant eras in sports. Led by two of the league's all-time greats, Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen, the Bulls won six NBA championships in 1991, 1992 and 1993, along with 1996, 1997 and 1998. The Bulls accomplished the very rare "Repeat Three-Peat" and became a globally famous brand.

The Bulls' 1995-96 championship team, which also featured Dennis Rodman and Toni Kukoc, won 72 regular season games, and went 15-3 in the Playoffs. That team is considered by most experts to be the best in NBA history.
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