The 2015-16 season wasn't a kind one to Chicago Bulls fans. Besides losing Joakim Noah and new coach Fred Hoiberg struggling to connect with the players, the team only won 42 games and missed the playoffs altogether.

After the disappointment that this season was, owner Jerry Reinsdorf  has decided that the upcoming ticket price hike for next season won't be happening.

According to the Chicago Tribune, Reinsdorf also vowed to be “strategic and aggressive” in improving the team, promising the “resources needed.

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Bulls ticket prices have risen since the 2010-11 season, and they have won an average of 49.5 games each year over the last six seasons to justify rising ticket prices.

The Bulls led the league in ticket sales last season with prices ranging from $42 upper bowl seats to $360 lower bowl seats.

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