Chicago Bulls Video Highlights
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2007.08 Video Highlights:
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Holiday Wishes | Love it Live
The Bulls were one of several teams to celebrate NBA Heritage Week 2007 presented by adidas, the league’s salute to the history of the game.
Johnny "Red" Kerr, Guy Rodgers, Bob Boozer
Jerry Sloan & Norm Van Lier
Bob Love & Chet Walker
Tom Boerwinkle & Nate Thurmond
Artis Gilmore & Reggie Theus
Dick Motta & Doug Collins
Scottie Pippen & Horace Grant
Phil Jackson & John Paxson
Michael Jordan & Dennis Rodman
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Ben Gordon |
Audio League Pass
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AT&T Desktop Communicator
Get tuned in! Join a growing community of Bulls fans and download the Bulls Communicator. With the Bulls Communicator you will always be one click away from the latest news and information from your Chicago Bulls.
Video Highlights from Chicago's 1995.96 Championship Season
Chicago Bulls Introductions at the United Center | Read the Story
For the Love of the Game (2006.07 Bulls ads)
2006.07 Bulls Season Preview
Ben Gordon's offseason workout routine | Photo Gallery
Chicago reaches 2006 NBA Playoffs
Bulls.com Confidential | Daily Audio Reports
Bulls.com Daily Confidential brings you the latest news and information from inside the locker room, practice and team shootaround. Whether you download the audio file or read the daily report, it's your must-visit destination before your team tips off each game. Check right here daily for the latest skinny on your team!
And now, the starting line-ups for your Chicago Bulls!
introductions at a Bulls game, you know there's nothing like it... the crowd, the atmosphere, the excitement! Click below for an up-close look at Chicago's starting five.
Video History of the Chicago Bulls
Great players such as Jerry Sloan, Bob Love and Norm Van Lier donned the Bulls black, red and white long before Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen
lit up the Chicago Stadium but all of then played key roles in the franchise's story. From Johnny "Red" Kerr to Phil Jackson to Scott Skiles, click below for a taste of Bulls history, followed by highlights from the NBA's best venue for game entertainment.
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Big Ben signs with the Bulls
The Bulls and Ben Wallace made it official on July 13, 2006, introducing the four-time NBA Defensive Player of the Year to Chicago after he signed a four-year deal with the team.
Bulls introduce Ben Wallace
Top 10 Plays of the Season |
Wallace wins 4th Defensive Player of the Year |
Big Ben's road to the top
Bulls Retire Pippen’s Number 33
Former Bulls great and future Hall of Famer Scottie Pippen had his No. 33 jersey retired at the United Center on Dec. 9, 2005 at halftime of the Bulls’ game against the L.A. Lakers. "You've given me everything I could ever ask for," Pippen told the fans at the United Center. "I'll never forget what you have done for me, and what I was able to do for you."
Pippen Jersey Retirement Ceremony
NBA Draft 2006:
Bulls Net Thomas & Sefolosha
After selecting LaMarcus Aldridge with the second overall pick in NBA Draft 2006, the Bulls traded him and a future second round pick to the Portland Trail Blazers for LSU forward Tyrus Thomas and forward Viktor Khryapa. Later in the evening, the Bulls acquired the rights to Thabo Sefolosha, a 6-5 guard selected 13th overall by Philadelphia, in exchange for Rodney Carney, picked at 16th by Chicago, a 2007 second round selection and cash considerations.
Tyrus Thomas acquired from Blazers
Bulls trade for Thabo Sefolosha
GM John Paxson talks about picks
Bulls Grab Gordon at No. 3
With the third pick in NBA Draft 2004, the Bulls selected Ben Gordon, a 6-2 guard out of UConn. "[He] is coming off a championship season at the University of Connecticut," GM John Paxson said. "He can really shoot the basketball and break people down off the dribble. He’s eventually really going to be able to score in the NBA. He’ll be very difficult to guard one-on-one and we feel he will be a very good complement to Kirk Hinrich."
2003 Bulls Open Scrimmage
"We look forward to a very exciting season," Scottie Pippen said as the Bulls 2003 Open Scrimmage tipped-off. Hear more from Scottie, plus check out then-rookie Kirk Hinrich in action and find out if he has what it takes to make it in the singing industry in the video clips below.
History in the Making Ads (2003.04)
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Michael Jordan Jam
Let's face it, watching clips of Michael Jordan never gets old. So sit back, relax and enjoy some of the best dunks from the greatest player ever.
Scottie Pippen Video Tribute
The Bulls honor No. 33’s seasons of success in Chicago with a video compilation.