The Chicago Bulls finished in a dismal ninth place in the NBA Eastern Conference last year, but they are looking to improve their odds for the 2016 - 2017 season and take a shot at a playoffs run with a newly-reinvented roster. Coach Fred Hoiberg has a fresh addition to work with in Rajon Rondo, who was formerly with the Boston Celtics. It will be exciting to see how the point guard integrates with a team that already includes power shooter Dwayne Wade and center Robin Lopez. Find out how it all unfolds when the Bulls return to United Center this fall. Razorgator has you covered with Chicago Bulls tickets year-round.
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They’ve been described as one of the “pleasant surprises” of this NBA season, but the Chicago Bulls knew what they were made of all along. At 11-8, the Bulls are ranked No. 7 in the league and are coming off a huge win over the Cavaliers this weekend. The momentum from beating the reigning champions didn’t last long, however, and Chicago went on to lose its next three in a row. The Bulls will have the next three games to recover with the help of the home crowd. See them as they welcome the Spurs on Dec. 8, the Heat Dec. 10, and the Timberwolves Dec. 13. Get your tickets now—we have great seating at the United Center available for $24 and up.
The Chicago Bulls have been playing really well in the first five weeks of the NBA season, proving all the naysayers wrong about what this team can do. At 9-5, the Bulls are just about to wrap up a six-game road trip, a tough stint for even the best of franchises. They made the best of things, however, beating the Lakers, Jazz and Trail Blazers but falling to the Clippers and the Nuggets. The Bulls will finish their trip this Friday, Nov. 25, against the 76ers before heading home for two games at the United Center. On Wednesday, Nov. 30, they’ll face the Lakers and on Friday, Dec. 2, they’ll be up against the Cavs. Tickets for either match are available from us now!
The Chicago Bulls beat the Magic to break a three game losing streak on November 7. Jimmy Butler scored 20 points for the team, while Dwayne Wade and Taj Gibson added another 16 apiece. After a strong lead in the first half, the Magic were able to get close in the third period before the Bulls were able to take back control. During the second half, the Bulls held the Magic to just 28 points and 23 percent shooting percentage. The Bulls play the Hawks in Atlanta on the 9 and then head to Miami to play the Heat on the 10. You can still get tickets to catch the action in person, with prices starting at $8.
A strong home-game schedule at the start of the season could prove beneficial for the Chicago Bulls, who are looking to get back into the NBA postseason. After a tumultuous season in which some of his teammates called him a ‘diva,’ Jimmy Butler is back for Chicago, along with a lot of new names on the roster. While Butler may be difficult to get along with, a strong performance from him is essential for the Bulls. With seven of the first ten games of the season to be played at home, Chicago is hopeful that a strong start will boost the team’s confidence and help them to form a cohesive unit. Tickets to see the Bulls take on the Pacers at home this Saturday, Oct. 29, are on sale now for $27 and up.
For the first time in several years, the Chicago Bulls have new leadership in the form of star guard Dwyane Wade. While some offseason deals are done simply to sell more tickets, Wade brings championship experience and a work ethic that has already started rubbing off on the young players around him. Rajon Rondo is bringing some of the quickness and athletic ability that the team lost when Derrick Rose departed, and Robin Lopez will hopefully continue to provide stability in the paint that the oft-injured Joakim Noah could not. The regular season is on the horizon, but fans still have a chance to see preseason action when the Bulls host the Hawks on October 20.
The Chicago Bulls will look different this year. After a disappointing season that saw them sitting out of the playoffs for the first time since 2008, there have been some changes. Derrick Rose and Joakim Noah have left, with Rajon Rondo and Dwayne Wade replacing them. There are a total of eight new players on the roster, which is almost half the team. The team is gelling and expected to start the season strong. Veterans Rondo and Dwayne Wade are brining some great chemistry and energy to the team. The first preseason game will be at home against the Bucks on October 3. Get your tickets to see how the changes affect the team. Prices start at $18.