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There aren’t many teams in sport defined by one player quite like the Chicago Bulls. You can probably split the team’s history into everything before Jordan, his dynasty, and everything after him. Most basketball fans are just interested in the Jordan era, where he helped create one of the most dominant teams in NBA history.
The Bulls were the first expansion franchise to join the NBA in 1966 and had a decent amount of success in their first decade, claiming a division title in 1975. However, the Bulls floundered for most of the following 10 years. Then, the fate of the franchise was changed by one decision in 1984.
The Bulls selected North Carolina Tar Heels shooting guard Michael Jordan with the third pick of the 1984 draft. The Bulls’ management quickly chose to build the team around Jordan and were immediately rewarded with a return to the playoffs. The joy was short-lived, with a first-round exit followed by first-round exits in the following two seasons.
While Jordan was a force on his own, he needed help. The 1987 NBA provided this as the team chose Scottie Pippen. Pippen was a perfect complement to Jordan, with the pair displaying chemistry not many players have been able to match in the sport. The Jordan-Pippen team led the Bulls to more playoff appearances but were knocked out by the “Bad Boys” of the NBA, the Detroit Pistons, in 1988, 1989 and 1990.
Jordan’s Last Dance documentary has made his “And I took that personally” phrase famous, and fans saw why in 1991 as the Bulls finally overcame the Pistons in the conference championship, avenging years of defeats. Game 4 was infamous for Pistons players walking off before the game was finished. The Bulls beat the Los Angeles Lakers in five to win their first NBA Championship and followed that up with NBA titles in 1992 and 1993, completing their first ‘three-peat’.
Just as something special seemed to be happening for Bulls fans, Jordan surprised everyone by retiring in 1993. However, after a stint in minor league baseball, Air Jordan returned to the league in 1995. Jordan, Pippen and recently acquired ‘Bad Boy’ Dennis Rodman dominated the league for the next three years, winning a second three-peat by winning the NBA Finals in 1996, ‘97, and ‘98. Jordan, Pippen and head coach Phil Jackson won six NBA Championships while bringing basketball to a global audience. The Bulls are the only team in NBA history to win more than one NBA Finals and never lose.
After losing the iconic Jordan, the Bulls struggled for a few years. However, the emergence of Derrick Rose in the late 2000s was a bright spot. Rose is the only Bulls player besides Jordan to win the regular season MVP as he helped the team win division titles in 2011 and 2012. Injuries to Rose meant the Bulls never progressed very far.
While most Bulls fans would love a time machine to go back to the glory days under Jordan, the current team gives them plenty of reason to be excited. DeMar DeRozan and Zach LaVine led the team to the playoffs for the first time in five years in 2022. This team may be the one to end the years of pain since Jordan bowed out.