Chicago Bulls

 
Conference Eastern
Division Central
Founded 1966[1]
History Chicago Bulls
1966–present
Arena United Center
Location Chicago, Illinois
Team colors Red, black         
Main sponsor Zenni Optical
President Michael Reinsdorf
General manager Gar Forman
Head coach Billy Donovan
Ownership Jerry Reinsdorf
Affiliation(s) Windy City Bulls
Championships 6 (1991, 1992, 1993, 1996, 1997, 1998)
Conference titles 6 (1991, 1992, 1993, 1996, 1997, 1998)
Division titles 9 (1975, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1996, 1997, 1998, 2011, 2012)
Retired numbers 4 (4, 10, 23, 33)
Website www.nba.com/bulls

Team Roster

2018/2019 Team Roster2019/2020 Team Roster 2020/2021 Team Roster
Head Coach: Fred Hoiberg 
(fired)
Head Coach: Jim Boylen
Head Coach : Jim Boylen
End of season
Head Coach : Billy Donovan
Rawle Alkins
FC Porto (February 2020)
Daniel Gafford
Draft (Round 2 Pick 38)
Daniel Gafford
Ryan ArcidiaconoRyan Arcidiacono Ryan Arcidiacono
Antonio Blakeney
Jiangsu Tigers (September)
Luke Kornet
New York Knicks (July 2019)
Luke Kornet
Wendell CarterWendell Carter Wendell Carter
Kris DunnKris Dunn
Atlanta Hawks (November 2020)
Devon Dotson
Kansas (December 2020)
Cristiano FelicioCristiano Felicio Cristiano Felicio
Shaguille HarrisonShaguille Harrison
Utah Jazz (November 2020)
Patrick William
Florida State (2020 NBA Draft R1, P4)
Chandler HutchisonChandler Hutchison Chandler Hutchison
Zach LaVineZach LaVine Zach LaVine
Walt Lemon
Fort Wayne Mad Ants (July 2019)
Adam Mokoka
Meha Bemax (July 2019)
Adam Mokoka
Robin Lopez
Milwaukke Bucks (July 2019)
Tomas Satoransky
Washington Wizards (July 2019)
Tomas Satoransky
Timothé Luwawu-Cabarrot
Long Islands Nets (July 2019)
Max Strus
Miami Heat (November 2020)
Garrett Temple
Brooklyn Nets (November 2020)
Lauri Markkanen (Finland)Lauri Markkanen (Finland)Lauri Markkanen (Finland)
Otto PorterOtto Porter Otto Porter
Brandon Sampson
Rio Grande Valley Vipers (July 2019)
Coby White
Draft (Round 1 Pick 7)
Coby White
JaKarr Sampson
İndiana Pacers (July 2019)
Thaddeus Young
İndiana Pacers (July 2019)
Thaddeus Young
Wayne Selden
South Bay Lakers (January 2020)
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