Chicago Bulls accomplishments and records

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This page details the all-time statistics and records pertaining to the Chicago Bulls.

Table key[edit]

 MP  Minutes played  FGM  Field-goals  FTM  Free throws  TO  Turnovers
 FG%  Field goal percentage[a]  FGA  Field-goals attempted  FTA  Free throws attempted  3PFGM  Three-point field goals
 REB  Rebounds  3P%  Three-point field goal percentage[b]  FT%  Free throw percentage[c]  STL  Steals
 BLK  Blocks  AST  Assists  PTS  Points  OT  Overtime

Franchise records[edit]

Individual player records[edit]

Career leaders[edit]

Category Name Duration Total
Games Jordan, MichaelMichael Jordan 1984–1993, 1995–1998 930
MP Jordan, MichaelMichael Jordan 1984–1993, 1995–1998 35,887
PTS Jordan, MichaelMichael Jordan 1984–1993, 1995–1998 29,277
REB Jordan, MichaelMichael Jordan 1984–1993, 1995–1998 5,836
AST Jordan, MichaelMichael Jordan 1984–1993, 1995–1998 5,012
TO Jordan, MichaelMichael Jordan 1984–1993, 1995–1998 2,589
STL Jordan, MichaelMichael Jordan 1984–1993, 1995–1998 2,306
BLK Gilmore, ArtisArtis Gilmore 1976–1982, 1987 1,029
FGM Jordan, MichaelMichael Jordan 1984–1993, 1995–1998 10,962
FG% Gilmore, ArtisArtis Gilmore 1976–1982, 1987 .587
3PFGM Hinrich, KirkKirk Hinrich 2003–2010, 2012– 968
3P% Kerr, SteveSteve Kerr 1993–1998 .479
FTM Jordan, MichaelMichael Jordan 1984–1993, 1995–1998 6,798
FT% Gervin, GeorgeGeorge Gervin 1985–1986 .879

Single-season records[edit]

Category Name NBA season Total
MP Love, BobBob Love 1970–71 3,482
PTS Jordan, MichaelMichael Jordan 1986–87 3,041
REB Rodman, DennisDennis Rodman 1997–98 1,201
AST Rodgers, GuyGuy Rodgers 1966–67 908
TO Gilmore, ArtisArtis Gilmore 1977–78 366
STL Jordan, MichaelMichael Jordan 1987–88 259
BLK Gilmore, ArtisArtis Gilmore 1981–82 220
FGM Jordan, MichaelMichael Jordan 1986–87 1,098
FG% Gilmore, ArtisArtis Gilmore 1980–81 .670
3PFGM Gordon, BenBen Gordon 2008–09 173
3P% Kerr, SteveSteve Kerr 1994–95 .523
FTM Jordan, MichaelMichael Jordan 1986–87 833
FT% Sobers, RickyRicky Sobers 1980–81 .935

Season records[edit]

Most successful[edit]

Season Wins Losses Win%
1995–96 72 10 .878
1996–97 69 13 .841
1991–92 67 15 .817
2011–12[d] 50 16 .758
1997–98 62 20 .756
2010–11 62 20 .756
1990–91 61 21 .744
1992–93 57 25 .695
1971–72 57 25 .695
1993–94 55 27 .671

Least successful[edit]

Season Wins Losses Win%
2000–01 15 67 .183
1999–00 17 65 .207
2001–02 21 61 .256
1998–99[e] 13 37 .260
2003–04 23 59 .280
1975–76 24 58 .293
1983–84 27 55 .329
1982–83 28 54 .341
1967–68 29 53 .354
1979–80 30 52 .366
2002–03 30 52 .366

NBA records[edit]

Individual[edit]

Regular season[edit]

Regular season game
Category Player Opponent Date Total
3PFGM, game, no misses Gordon, BenBen Gordon Washington Wizards April 14, 2006 9
FTM, half Jordan, MichaelMichael Jordan Miami Heat December 30, 1992 20
FTA, half Jordan, MichaelMichael Jordan Miami Heat December 30, 1992 23
STL, half Jordan, MichaelMichael Jordan Boston Celtics November 9, 1988 8

Playoffs[edit]

Playoffs game
Category Player Opponent Date Total
Most PTS, game Jordan, MichaelMichael Jordan Boston Celtics April 20, 1986 63[f]
Most FGM, game Jordan, MichaelMichael Jordan Cleveland Cavaliers May 1, 1988 24
Most FGA, half Jordan, MichaelMichael Jordan Cleveland Cavaliers May 1, 1988 25
Most consecutive FGM, game Jordan, MichaelMichael Jordan Los Angeles Lakers June 5, 1991 13
Most FTM, quarter Jordan, MichaelMichael Jordan Detroit Pistons May 21, 1991 13

NBA Finals[edit]

NBA Finals game
Category Player Opponent Date Total
Most PTS, half Jordan, MichaelMichael Jordan Portland Trail Blazers June 3, 1992 35
Most FGM, half Jordan, MichaelMichael Jordan Portland Trail Blazers June 3, 1992 14
Most FGM, half Jordan, MichaelMichael Jordan Phoenix Suns June 16, 1993 14
Most consecutive FGM Jordan, MichaelMichael Jordan Los Angeles Lakers June 5, 1991 13
Most FTM, quarter Jordan, MichaelMichael Jordan Utah Jazz June 11, 1997 9
Most offensive REB, game Rodman, DennisDennis Rodman Seattle SuperSonics June 7, 1996 11
Most offensive REB, game Rodman, DennisDennis Rodman Seattle SuperSonics June 16, 1996 11
NBA Finals series
Category Player Opponent Year Total
Most PTS per game Jordan, MichaelMichael Jordan Phoenix Suns 1993 41.0
Most STL (5-game series) Jordan, MichaelMichael Jordan Los Angeles Lakers 1991 14
Most PTS (6-game series) Jordan, MichaelMichael Jordan Phoenix Suns 1993 246
Most FGM (6-game series) Jordan, MichaelMichael Jordan Phoenix Suns 1993 101

Miscellaneous[edit]

  • Leading the league in scoring, oldest, 35 years, 61 days, Michael Jordan, April 19, 1998
  • Leading the league in rebounding, oldest, 36 years, 341 days, Dennis Rodman, April 19, 1998

Team[edit]

Regular season[edit]

Regular season game
Category Opponent Date Total
Fewest PTS, game Miami Heat April 10, 1999 49
  • Highest winning percentage, .878, 1995–96.
  • Most consecutive home games won, 44, March 30, 1995–April 4, 1996 (7 games in 1994–95; 37 games in 1995–96).
  • Most consecutive home games won, start of season, 37, November 3, 1995–April 4, 1996.
  • Teams that had two players score 40+ points in a game, Michael Jordan 44, Scottie Pippen 40, February 18, 1996.
  • Most road wins, season, 33, 1995–96.
  • Best start (41 games), 38–3, 1995–96.
  • Fewest points per game, 81.9, 1998–99.
  • Undefeated months, 14–0, January 1996.

Playoffs[edit]

  • Best home record, 39–7.

NBA Finals[edit]

  • Best NBA Finals series record, 6–0.
  • Largest margin of victory in a game, 42, June 7, 1998.

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Field goal percentage in basketball are calculated by taking the number of field goals and dividing it by the corresponding number of shots taken.
  2. ^ Three-point field goal percentage in basketball are calculated by taking the number of three-pointers and dividing it by the corresponding number of shots taken.
  3. ^ Free throw percentage in basketball are calculated by taking the number of free throws attempted and dividing it by the corresponding number of shots taken.
  4. ^ Due to a lockout, the season did not start until December 25, 2011 and all 30 teams played a shortened 66 game regular season schedule.[1]
  5. ^ Due to a lockout, the season did not start until February 5, 1999, and all 29 teams played a shortened 50 game regular season schedule.[2]
  6. ^ The game was played in 2OT.

References[edit]

General
Specific
  1. ^ Beck, Howard (November 28, 2011). "Two Exhibition Games for N.B.A. Teams". The New York Times. Retrieved November 28, 2011. 
  2. ^ Donovan, John (February 4, 1999). "Let the semi-season begin: Expect injuries, intensity and a new champion in '99". CNN Sports Illustrated. Retrieved September 4, 2011. 

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