The Chicago Bulls were considered a legit contender ahead of last season after they signed both Dwyane Wade and Rajon Rondo over the summer, but the big name acquisitions did not work out the way they would have liked
This year, the Bulls entered the season with an opening day roster that lacked all-stars and recognizable names, and even the organization took some shots at their 2017-18 roster before the season even started with a special promo.
After starting the season 2-7, the Bulls are pretty much everything we expected them to be and now their division rival the Milwaukee Bucks are taking shots at them in their special ticket package promotion.
Known as the Starting Five Pack, the Bucks are offering fans a chance to pick five games they want to attend by giving them a layout similar to fantasy sports. The games are split up into three tiers and the teams are represented by their superstar.
However, since the Bulls don’t exactly have a superstar on their roster at the moment, the Bucks decided to make their mascot, Benny the Bull, their representative on the list.
The last time the Bulls finished below .500 was the 2007-08 season when they finished 11th in the Eastern Conference with a 33-49 record, and we’re guessing they’re going to have a tough time hitting the 33-win mark this season.