The Chicago Bulls
are a professional basketball team based in Chicago
. They are members of the National Basketball Association (NBA
) and compete in the Eastern Conference's Central Division. The Bulls were founded in 1966
and are one of the most successful teams in NBA
The Bulls have played their home games at the United Center since 1994
. Prior to that, they played at Chicago
Stadium from 1967
. The Bulls have won six NBA
championships in their history. The team's most successful years were during the 1990
s when they won six championships in eight years, led by Michael Jordan, Scottie Pippen and Phil Jackson.
The Bulls have also had success in the regular season, winning five division titles and 10 conference titles. During the 1990
s, the Bulls had the best record in the NBA
for seven consecutive seasons and made the playoffs every year from 1989
The Bulls have had numerous Hall of Fame players, including Jordan, Pippen, Dennis Rodman, Artis Gilmore, Bob Love, Jerry Sloan, and coach Jackson. They also have had numerous All-Stars, including Derrick Rose, Jimmy Butler, Pau Gasol, Joakim Noah, and Taj Gibson. The Bulls are one of the most popular teams in the NBA
and have a passionate and loyal fan base.