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Chicago honors city with new uniforms


The Chicago Bulls have unveiled new uniforms to honor the entire Windy City on Thursday morning. The jersey pays homage to the Chicago flag, with the four stars across the chest.

The stars on the Chicago flag are very meaningful. The six-pointed red stars represent significant historical events: Fort Dearbor, the Great Chicago Fire of 1871, the World’s Columbian Exposition of 1893, and the Century of Progress Exposition of 1933-34. The three white stripes on the flag represent the North, West, and South sides of the city. The top blue stripe on the flag represents Lake Michigan and the North Branch of the Chicago River. The bottom blue stripe signifies the South Branch of the Chicago River and the “Great Canal.”

Chicago will debut their new City Edition jerseys on their home court against the Cleveland Cavaliers on Saturday, November 10th.

The City Edition jerseys look great and may give the Bulls some added confidence on their home court while donning their new digs. Chicago has been struggling this year and have a 2-6 record to start the season. Their current roster is full of young talent with players like Zach Lavine, Jabari Parker, Wendell Carter Jr., and Lauri Markkanen. The team will presumably see a nice boost with the return of Markkanen who was named to last season’s All Rookie 1st-Team.

The Bulls will look to face off against a tough Indiana squad on Friday night in Chicago. Zach Lavine will look to get the Bulls back on track and improve their losing record.