When you think of sports dynasties, what teams come to mind? The Yankees of course, and perhaps the National Football League’s New England Patriots. The Detroit Red Wings are often known for dominating the National Hockey League, but what about the NBA? When it comes to basketball, there’s no denying the dominance of the Chicago Bulls back in the 1990s. Led by Scottie Pippen, Michael Jordan, and head coach Phil Jackson, the Chicago Bulls held down six championships in eight years, travelers in Chicago exotic car rentals with their athleticism and skill. Today, the energy and excitement continues to grow as the Bulls get ready to tackle another tough season on the hardwoods.
Get your tickets
Travelers in Chicago exotic car rentals can purchase tickets to see individual Chicago Bulls games at the United Center Box Office, Ticket Master outlets, and by phone at 1-800-4NBA-TIX. If you prefer to shop online, head over to www.bulls.com to order your game day seats. The Box Office at the United Center is open Monday through Saturday from 11am to 6pm. Travelers in Chicago exotic car rentals will find the Box Office at 1901 W. Madison Street, near Gate 4 and the iconic Michael Jordan statue). The Box Office accepts cash and all major credit cards. If you’re looking to save a few bucks during your trip to the Windy City, Try surfing for tickets on the TicketExchange, a website where season ticket holders sell tickets to games they are unable to attend. Travelers in Chicago exotic car rentals can expect to pay as much as $190 per ticket for single game seat purchases or as little as $10, depending on the section your seat is located in and the game that you’re hoping to attend.
Rivalries to watch for
If you’re hoping to catch a Bulls game during your upcoming trip to Chicago, try and purchase tickets for a night when they play either the Detroit Pistons, the New York Knicks, or the Cleveland Cavaliers. The Bulls are known for having notorious rivalries with these three clubs, and the games are always extremely competitive.
About the team (2010-11 season)
The Chicago Bulls have always been a competitive team, as is apparent by their six championship rings from the 1990s. The 2010-11 season marked their 45th season in the NBA, and has proved to be a good one thus far, The team includes a number of young players, and coach Tom Thibodeau is working hard to ensure that owner Jerry Reinsdorf enjoys a profitable season. Travelers in Chicago exotic car rentals should keep an eye out for notable players like Derrick Rose, Carlos Boozer, and Joakim Noah. All three are powerhouse players, and are sure to play a major role in the teams success this year.
About the United Center
The Chicago Bulls play all of their home games inside the United Center, which opened it’s doors in 1994. The stadium is also home to the Chicago Blackhawks NHL team. While visiting the stadium, travelers in Chicago exotic car rentals are encouraged to drop by Gate 4 and take a photo of the Michael Jordan statue, known as “The Spirit”. Various statues of former Blackhawks players are located on the north side of the arena, along Madison Street, where the old Chicago Stadium used to be located. The United Center is the largest in the United States in physical size, but not in capacity. In addition to the more than 80 Bulls/Blackhawks games hosted in the arena each year, the United Center also hosts other sporting events, including the University of Illinois basketball team. Concerts are also held regularly at the stadium, along with the annual Barnum & Bailey’s circus.
For more information on the Chicago Bulls NBA team, please visit the official team website at www.bulls.com. Gates to the United Center open 90 minutes prior to game time. Please note that travelers in Chicago exotic car rentals will not be permitted to bring outside food or drink into the United Center.