Founded in 1966, the Chicago Bulls dominated 90s basketball, winning 6 NBA championships between 1991 and 1998 thanks to the dominance of arguably the greatest player to ever live, Michael Jordan.
Since then, the Windy City has had a distinct lack of success. Despite drafting home town hero Derrick Rose, injuries cut that short and now the Bulls are hoping another hometown product can help them to the playoffs.
Ahead of this year’s festive showcase, Sean Guest looks back at some of the most memorable Christmas Day games
Episode 353 – NBA Special | Yemi Bamiro on One Man And His Shoes
While the world fell back in love with Michael Jordan and his shoes during The Last Dance, Yemi Bamiro tells Huw Hopkins why his new documentary One Man And His Shoes shows a dark side to the Jordan Brand.
No Bull! Billy Donovan is the real deal
After five successful seasons with the Thunder, Billy Donovan has parted ways, switched Conferences and joined the once mighty Chicago Bulls. Harry Harrison tells us why the move makes sense on a number of levels.
Defending the indefensible: Boylen’s blitz spirit not enough for the Bulls
In Jim Boylen’s defense, Sean Guest breaks down the five minutes during the former Chicago Bulls’ coach’s tenure when his team was effective
In the modern history of basketball, one man has been there for almost every big moment in Britain, and Huw Hopkins met the great Mansoor Ahmed
In episode three of The Last Dance, Dennis Rodman’s foray into wrestling looked serious, but his matches in WCW showed he wasn’t
Pippen Ain’t Easy: Scottie’s underrated shoe game
While much of The Last Dance talk has focused around MJ and the Air Jordan sneakers, Nick Whitfield looks back at the underrated signature line of Scottie Pippen
It’s been 22 long years for the Chicago Bulls. More than just a stiff, uncomfortable…
On this day in the year 2000, Gary Payton secured his place in Seattle Supersonics’ lore, surpassing ‘Downtown’ Fred Brown as the franchise’s all-time leading scorer