The glory days of the '90s may be over for the Bulls but they're still among Chicago's most well-loved teams. The NBA squad brings throngs of basketball fans to the United Center each season, just blocks away from the some of the best restaurants in America. Inside the Madhouse on Madison, not much has changed since the days of Michael Jordan—players enter to Alan Parson's "Sirius," Benny the Bull entertains the crowd and corporate bigwigs sit courtside.
For the 2016-17 season, the Bull have added native Chicagoan Dwayne Wade and Rajon Rondo to the team (after bidding farewell to Derrick Rose in the offseason). We may never see another three-peat, but the Bulls are still one of the hottest tickets in town. Whether you've got seats in the nosebleeds or you're watching the game at home, check out our guide to the Chicago Bulls.