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Chicago Bulls Details
The Chicago Bulls have one of the most success-filled track records in the NBA when it comes to getting the job done in the playoffs. Of course, when you have one of the greatest players of all-time and one of the greatest coaches of all-time working together, playoff success feels inevitable despite how difficult it is to do great things when the pressure is at its highest.
That player was Michael Jordan and that coach was Phil Jackson. Together, they combined for six championships in eight seasons. And the only reason for the two-year gap in the middle of those six titles was the fact that Jordan wanted to take a sabbatical from basketball to give baseball a try. The thought that the Bulls could have won even more championships is an incredible one.
The first three Bulls titles during that run came from 1991-1993, with the Bulls beating the Lakers, Trail Blazers, and Suns. Among the most memorable moments during that three-peat was Jordan’s iconic shrug as he jogged down the court after hitting one of many three-point shots in a win against Portland. Normally a three-peat would be enough memories to last a lifetime, but not for this team.
Chicago scored a second three-peat upon Jordan’s return to the league. During that run, they beat the Seattle Supersonics to go along with two titles earned against the Utah Jazz. Utah turned into one of the Bulls’ biggest rivals during this time period, with Karl Malone and John Stockton leading Utah into two six-game series that the Bulls would eventually win.
Incredibly, the second championship against the Jazz saw Michael Jordan hit one of the league’s most memorable shots. After executing a crossover dribble against defender Bryon Russell, he rose up and hit a long two-point jumper with nobody around him, with his hand still outstretched as the ball cleared the net, Jordan fully confident that the shot was going in from the moment it left his hand. It spoke to the greatness that was both Jordan and the Bulls of the 1990s.
When Do Bulls Playoff Tickets Go On Sale?
Tickets to see the Chicago Bulls in action during the playoffs tend to go on sale near the end of the regular season in the NBA, around when the team is closing in on a playoff berth. Usually, the Bulls will see this happen around late March or early April. But if the Bulls are blowing away their competition, the tickets could go on sale even earlier than that.
How Much Do Bulls Playoff Tickets Cost?
On average, Chicago Bulls playoff tickets resell for $171. That number can vary depending on what round of the playoffs it is, the section in which fans are searching for tickets, and many other factors. As a rule of thumb, tickets to the later rounds of the playoffs tend to be more expensive than early-round tickets, while tickets closer to the court are more expensive than tickets in the upper seating levels.