Chicago Bulls. Robin Varghese September 29, 2005 Period 6. Menu. Where It All Started. 1976-1983 Season. Chicago Bulls. The End of the 1997 Season. The Playoffs (1986). Where It All Started.
September 29, 2005
Where It All Started
The End of the 1997 Season
The Playoffs (1986)
The Bulls began NBA play in 1966, and in the 1970s the team won more than 50 games in four seasons. When Michael Jordan went into the NBA it was a big success for Chicago winning the NBA titles in 1991-1993. Jordan retired in 1993. But when he came back to the NBA, the Bulls won three more championships three years in a row. But that was only a few years ago. Years back, Chicago hired Dick Motta to be the Chicago Bulls coach. Richard guided the Bulls to the playoffs for six seasons straight. The next three years
the Bulls recorded over 50 wins a season, and in 1974 the team had went to the Western Conference Finals before losing to the Milwaukee Bucks.
In The 1976 season through the 1983 seasons, the Bulls had success on two winning markings and winning the one of the playoff series.