Having started the 1966-1967 NBA season, Chicago Bulls posted the best record ever by a new franchise. They managed an impressive 33-48 record on their debut season and still reached the postseason. The Bulls saw their most tremendous success in the 90s when they won six NBA Championships in seven years. And this also came with several standout records, such as:
- The only NBA franchise to win multiple NBA Championships without losing a final
- Won 72 games in 1995-1996, setting the record for the most championship wins. This record stood until the 2016-2016 season. And it remains that the bulls are the first team in history to win 70+ games in a single season.
Following the successful 90s, the team has had to put up with a somewhat lean era. While the team has put up several standout performances, it hasn't managed to rake a single championship win. But if the developments in recent years are anything to go by, especially the just concluded 2021/22 season, success is undoubtedly forthcoming.