Chicago Bulls Trivia Questions and Answers
What are the team colors?
A: Red, Black, White.
Who is the owner of the Chicago Bulls?
A: Jerry Reinsdorf.
Who are the Chicago Bulls?
A: The Chicago Bulls are an American professional basketball team.
They are based in Chicago, Illinois, playing in what
Division of the Eastern Conference in the National Basketball Association (NBA)?
A: The Central Division.
When was the team founded?
A: On January 26, 1966.
Where do the Bulls play their home games?
A: At the United Center, also known as the "Madhouse on Madison."
The Bulls saw their greatest success during what period?
A: The 1990s.
They are known for having one of the NBA's greatest
dynasties, winning how many NBA championships between 1991 and 1998 with two
All six championship teams were led by what Hall of Famers?
A: Michael Jordan, Scottie Pippen and coach Phil Jackson.
The Bulls are the only NBA franchise to win multiple
championships and never lose what?
A: An NBA Finals in their history.
The Bulls won an NBA record how many games during the
1995–96 NBA season?
They are the only team in NBA history to win 70 games or
more in a what?
A: A single season.
Many experts and analysts consider the 1996 Bulls to be
A: One of the greatest teams in NBA history.
As of 2013, the Bulls were estimated to be the third most
valuable NBA franchise according to Forbes, with an estimated value of what?
A: $1 billion.
They earned an estimated $52.2 million in operating income
in what year?
Michael Jordan and Derrick Rose have both won the NBA Most
Valuable Player Award while playing for the Bulls, for a total of how many?
A: Six MVP awards.
The Bulls' founder, Dick Klein, was the Bulls' only owner
to ever what?
A: Play professional basketball (for the Chicago American Gears).
He served as the Bulls' what in their initial years?
A: President and general manager.
The team started in the 1966–67 NBA season, and posted
A: The best record by an expansion team in NBA history.
In their first two seasons, the Bulls played most of their
home games where?
A: At the International Amphitheatre, before moving to Chicago Stadium.
Fan interest was diminishing after four seasons, with one
game in the 1967-68 NBA season having an official attendance of how many fans?
In 1969, what did Klein do?
A: He dropped out of the general manager job.
The Bulls under Pat Williams and head coach Dick Motta
qualified for what?
A: Four straight playoffs and had attendances grow to over 10,000.
In 1972, the Bulls set a franchise win-loss record at what?
A: 57 wins and 25 losses.
During the 1970s, the Bulls relied on what players?
A: Jerry Sloan, Bob Love, Chet Walker, Norm Van Lier, Clifford Ray and Tom Boerwinkle.
The team made the conference finals in
1975 but lost to
A: Golden State Warriors, 4 games to 3.
After four 50-win seasons, what did Williams do?
A: He returned to Philadelphia.
The Bulls ended up declining, winning only how many games
in the 1975–1976 season?
Motta was fired and replaced by whom?
A: Ed Badger.
Artis Gilmore, acquired in the ABA dispersal draft in 1976,
led a Bulls squad which included who?
A: Guard Reggie Theus, forward David Greenwood and forward Orlando Woolridge.
In 1979, the Bulls lost a coin flip for what?
A: The right to select first in the NBA draft.
Had the Bulls won the toss, they would have selected whom?
A: Magic Johnson.
Instead, they selected David Greenwood with the what?
A: Second pick.
Who was drafted third overall by the Bulls in 1984?
A: Michael Jordan.
He won how many championships?
He also won six for Chicago?
A: Finals MVPs.