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Chicago Bulls

officially became a part of Chicago sports in 1925. Originally, there were two club basketball teams that were put together by George “Papa Bear” Halas in Chicago. They were both named the Chicago Bruins. Another team known as the Harlem Globetrotter originated in Chicago in the 1920's too, but were forced to play road games once the skating rink they played in closed down. The first NBA basketball team however to be a part of Chicago was a team called the Chicago Stags. This basketball team...

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One Game, One Love

to gain again the power, which they are known to have, with Kevin Durant and his partner Russell Westbrook, who’s back from injury. Oklahoma City will now again be alive with the return of their power duo. Chicago Bulls – One of the anticipated returns in the NBA is reappearance of Bulls all-star point guard Derrick Rose. Absent for the past whole season, Rose is liable in leading his team once again to where they are a couple of years ago. Brooklyn Nets – Involved in the most controversial...

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miami heat dynasty

The Chicago Bulls won six NBA championships between 1991 and 1998 with two three-peats. All six championship teams were led by Michael Jordan, Scottie Pippen and coach Phil Jackson (basketball Hall of Fame). The Bulls won an NBA record-72 games during the 1995–96 NBA season and are the only team in NBA history to win 70 games or more in a single season. Jordan was named the Finals MVP sixt times in his career. He retired for the second time on January 13, 1999 (NBA). The Chicago Bulls were almost...

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Michael Jordan

Jordan, Black Cat, or MJ, was born February 17, 1963 in Brooklyn New York. For a man who got cut from his sophomore basketball team, Michael Jordan truly did start from the bottom and rise up to become bigger than basketball itself. Jordan led the Bulls to six championship games and received five All-Star MVP’s becoming the most decorated basketball player in NBA history. Growing up in North Carolina Jordan spent all of his free time on the court. He loved playing basketball but even more than playing...

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Michael Jordan: A Success Story

his junior year of college as the third draft pick to the Chicago Bulls in 1984. As soon as the young and ambitious athlete arrived to the team, he infected the entire team with a positive vibe that made everyone around him better. The year before Jordan came to Chicago, the Bulls only won twenty-seven games and lost fifty-five. On Jordan’s rookie year, the Bulls reached their first play-off game in four years. The attendance of the Bulls games nearly doubled (kazantoday.com). He felt like he was...

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Sacred Hoops

Christopher Skinner English 112 Professor Gearing 6/12/13 Phil Jackson Phillip Douglas Jackson was born on September 17, 1945 in Deer Lodge, Montana. Jackson was known as the best NBA head coach of all time, leading the Chicago Bulls to six titles and the Los Angeles Lakers to three. Before Phil became known as a victorious head coach, he was an ordinary athlete. Phil Jackson played basketball, football, and baseball in high school and was recruited to North Dakota University to play basketball...

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Social Media project

networking sites have seen tremendous growth over the past several years and different teams, such as the Chicago Bulls are taking advantage of this advertising opportunity. The Chicago Bulls announced the official launch of “See Red,” the team’s 2013 playoff campaign. Every Bulls fan can participate and show their support for the team by wearing red on all home playoff game days. The Bulls website and all social media platforms, including Facebook.com/chicagobulls, will incorporate the “See Red”...

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Michael Jordan

Association(NBA) player, businessman, and majority owner of the Charlotte Bobcats. He is acclaimed to be “the greatest basketball player of all time.” The high lights of his career include his six National Basketball Association Championships with the Chicago Bulls. Jordan played on two gold medal Olympic teams in 1984 and 1992. Michael Jordan moved to Wilmington, North Carolina when he was still a toddler. In high school he played baseball, football, and basketball. During his sophomore year he tried...

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Micheal Jordan Icon Essay

playing at the University of North Carolina led him to be the number three draft pick by the Chicago Bulls. Hands down, Jordan's skills were unmatched by everyone in the NBA. Jordan's style of basketball was unlike anything anyone had ever seen before. Quickly becoming the bulls leading player for points per game, he helped the team become one of the toughest competitors in the NBA. His playing on the Bulls left a huge impact in the sport of basketball. The NBA respected him so much that he was...

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Phil Jackson

The book titled Sacred Hoops by Phil Jackson and Hugh Delehanty is about a coach by the name of Phil Jackson who coached the Chicago Bulls and was able to guide them to win six championships. He uses Zen principles and ideals of the Lakota Sioux warrior, to educate his players how to communicate better with one another and most importantly work as a team to accomplish their goals. Jackson coaching is formed around Zen principles. Zen principles make your aware of your thoughts. He practices meditation...

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