By Jonah Sharf
On November 4, 1994, the Chicago Bulls played their first ever regular season game at the United Center. The Bulls beat the Charlotte Hornets 89-83, despite not having Michael Jordan on the team for the second season in a row. The Bulls were led by Scottie Pippen, who scored 22 points and collected six rebounds. However, the Bulls did not do so well, and by March they were merely a .500 team. Jordan decided to return in March, however, and helped lead the Bulls to the playoffs, where they would lose to the Magic in the second round of the playoffs.