Chicago Bulls

The Chicago Bulls are an American professional basketball team based in Chicago, playing in the Central Division of the Eastern Conference in the NBA. They play their home games at United Center.

The Chicago Bulls finished with a 47-35 in the regular season in 2013 and were seeded fifth in Eastern Conference for playoffs. They lost 4-2 to Washington Wizards in the first round of the Playoffs (Regular Season Series 2-0).

The 2012/2013 campaign was another very successful one for Derrick Rose and the company despite some injury concerns with key players like Luol Deng and Rip Hamilton forcing them to miss several games throughout the year. After finishing second overall with 49 wins, they made it through to Round 2, where they fought tooth and nail against the Brooklyn Nets.

Although they did not win the Conference, making it to Round 2 of the Playoffs is impressive, considering how hard Derrick Rose was fighting for his team with just under 24 minutes on average per game. Joakim Noah continued to prove that he is one of the best Centers in basketball today, after winning several honors at the end of 2013, including the Defensive Player of The Year Award and Most Improved Player Award. It was another successful year as he averaged 21 points and six assists per game throughout the regular season.

This summer, they also landed European sensation Nikola Mirotic after selecting him as the 23rd overall pick in the 2011 Draft. They hope that his great potential can be brought out in his game to the heights of his fellow countryman, Pau Gasol.

At the end of 2013, they also moved into the top 5 in Forbes’ list of most valuable teams in basketball, with their value at $1 Billion after seeing an increase year on year.

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