Chicago Bulls: 3 best moments of the 2019-20 season

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The Chicago Bulls had an underwhelming 2019-20 season, but there were still some fun times. Here are the 3 best moments.

Heading into the 2019-20 season, Chicago Bulls fans had their hopes up — and for good reason. Zach LaVine looked like a guy poised for an All-Star season. Lauri Markkanen and Wendell Carter Jr. were looking ready to take big steps forward. Otto Porter Jr. looked like the wing the Bulls needed. Tomas Satoransky was ready to provide a strong veteran presence at the point guard position. Thaddeus Young and Coby White were ready to lead the bench unit.

What’s not to love about that? That looks like an Eastern Conference playoff team, right?


The Bulls finished the season 22-43 and not only missed out on the playoffs, but they missed out on the invite to Orlando for the remainder of the season. Still, even though there’s a lot to hate about the 2019-20 season, there are still some things to love. Here are the 3 best moments of the season.

Best moments of the Chicago Bulls’ 2019-20 season: ‘The Last Dance’

Is this cheating? It feels like cheating. I’m going to do it anyway, though.

Technically, when The Last Dance aired, the Bulls’ season wasn’t over yet. There were no games being played and the league was on lockdown, but the season wasn’t over. So that makes the Michael Jordan-focused docuseries qualify for the best moment of the season.

The Last Dance was truly incredible. It showed us footage we’ve never seen before of one of the most influential athletes in the world and reinforced the greatness that is Michael Jordan. In a time with no sports, it was as good as anything on TV.