Bulls

Bulls may refer to:

  • Bulls, the male of cattle
  • Bulls, New Zealand, Rangitikei township
  • Papal bulls, a charter issued by a pope

In sports:

  • Bulls (Super Rugby), a rugby union franchise operated by the Blue Bulls
  • Belfast Bulls, an American football team in Northern Ireland
  • Belleville Bulls, a junior ice hockey team in Ontario, Canada
  • Birmingham Bulls, a defunct American ice hockey team from the World Hockey Association and Central Hockey League
  • Birmingham Bulls (American football), an American football team in the UK
  • Birmingham Bulls (ECHL), a defunct American ice hockey team from the East Coast Hockey League
  • Birmingham Bulldogs or Birmingham Bulls, a British rugby league team
  • Bradford Bulls, a rugby league club in Bradford, England
  • Buffalo Bulls, the sports teams of the University at Buffalo
  • Chicago Bulls, a National Basketball Association team in Chicago, Illinois
  • Dundalk Bulls, an ice hockey team from Dundalk, Ireland.
  • Durham Bulls, a baseball team in Durham, North Carolina, United States
  • Jacksonville Bulls, a defunct American football team
  • Kapfenberg Bulls, a basketball team in Austria
  • Louisville Bulls, a Mid Continental Football League team in Louisville, Kentucky
  • Pittsburgh Bulls, a defunct lacrosse team in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania
  • Queensland Bulls, an Australian cricket team
  • Bulls, the nickname of Spain's national Australian rules football team
  • Bulls, the mascot of the University of South Florida
  • Zhejiang Golden Bulls, a Chinese basketball team in the CBA

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Bulls, New Zealand
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Mike Brown (basketball, Born 1963)
... years of college ball, Brown was selected by the Chicago Bulls in the third round of the 1985 NBA Draft ... Brown would go on to play eleven seasons (1986-1997) in the NBA as a member of the Bulls, the Utah Jazz, the Minnesota Timberwolves, the Philadelphia 76ers, and the Phoenix Suns ... During the 2007-08 NBA season, Brown worked as an assistant coach for the Chicago Bulls ...

Famous quotes containing the word bulls:

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    Hoy, hoy, the blue bulls kneeling down to rest.
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    People do not know their own faults, just as bulls do not know their own strength.
    Chinese proverb.

    It is a fruitful island of the sea-world, a great Ithaca, there parched and stony and here trodden by flocks and curly- headed bulls and heavy with thick-set grain.
    Christina Stead (1902–1983)