The 2017 Chicago Bulls will be an intriguing and exciting young team to watch. Led by local veteran and future Hall of Fame shooting guard Dwayne Wade, the Bulls will look to once again make their way into the Eastern Conference playoffs. They gave the 1-seed Celtics a scare going up 2-0 in last season's playoffs as an 8-seed, showing that this storied franchise will never play down to expectations.
The Bulls appear to finally be staying true to their desire to get "younger" and more "athletic," as they have parted with Jimmy Butler for a new crop of young talent. In a trade with the Minnesota Timberwolves, the Bulls received explosive NBA Dunk Contest champion Zach LaVine, Kris Dunn, and the 7th overall pick, which they used to select Lauri Markkanen out of the University of Arizona. Dunn will look to improve his play and reach his ceiling as a young, athletic guard who excels in transition. LaVine is coming off a torn ACL, but that should not worry Chicago fans too much considering his freak athletic ability and 3-pt shooting (39% before injury). The Bulls will set high expectations for the big man Markkanen going forward, as he the Finnish freshman is another 3-pt specialist who has drawn comparisons to Dirk Nowitzski with his impressive isolation scoring ability.
A legendary franchise behind the likes of Michael Jordan, the United Center is always an exciting venue to catch a Bulls game. A Chicago Bulls luxury suite will feature premium in-suite catering options, VIP parking, a dedicated suite attendant, full-service wet bar, HDTVs, upscale furnishing and balcony seating. A luxury box at the United Center is a great way to entertain clients or watch a game with friends and family. Along with a suite for the Bulls, you will get to enter the United Center through a private entrance and have exclusive access to the VIP clubs and bars inside. Besides Bulls games, the United Center will be hosting a variety of events including, Bruce Springsteen, Kanye West and Drake and Future Summer Sixteen concert tours.