This season, the Chicago Bulls and Budweiser teamed up with local Chicago artist WalkerTKL to illustrate 10 legendary and iconic Bulls moments, both past and present:
June 20, 1993
John Paxson’s game-winner 3 in Game 6 of the ‘93 Finals against the Suns.
May 20, 1994
Scottie Pippen reinvents the definition of a poster dunk after slamming the ball in over Patrick Ewing. The dunk came from the final Bulls game played at the Chicago Stadium.
May 5, 1994
Tied at 102 with 1.8 seconds left in Game 3 of the Eastern Conference Semifinals against the New York Knicks, Toni Kukoc hit the game-winner, a 23-foot fadeaway jumper at the buzzer.
June 13, 1997
With 5 seconds left, Steve Kerr receives the ball and hits a 17-footer to seal Game 6 of the ’97 Finals for the Bulls against the Pistons.
January 17, 2018
After 11 months of recovering from an ACL injury, Zach LaVine records his first dunk ever as a Chicago Bull: a break-away slam against the Golden State Warriors.
November 6, 2017
The Mascot Hall of Fame announces that Benny the Bull will be inducted into the Hall of Fame.
December 27, 1997
Dennis Rodman: the king of defense. Rodman still holds a United Center record after having collected 29 rebounds in a 97-90 win over the Atlanta Hawks.
April 21, 1996
The Bulls finish with one of the best records in regular season history, going 72-10. The Bulls topped the spectacular season off with a championship.
April 24, 1995
Scottie Pippen finishes the 94-95 season leading the team in virtually every stat category:
-Minutes played (3014)
June 13, 1997
The Bulls win their 5th NBA championship, beating the Utah Jazz in the Finals, 4-2.