1966, First Season


Richard Klein founded the Bulls in 1966. When they first started. They struggled because of superior teams already playing. Its first victory was October 15th, 1966. Johnny Kerr, who was a former player with the Syracuse Nationals, coached them. That year Chicago finished with a record of 33-48, the best ever by an expansion team playing its first year. That year they made it to the play-offs, but were eliminated in the first round by St. Louis.