The 2007–08 Chicago Bulls season was the 42nd season of NBA basketball in Chicago, Illinois.
- June 28: The 2007 NBA Draft took place in New York City, New York.
- July 11: The free agent signing period started.
- October 31: The Bulls' first game of the season against the New Jersey Nets.
- December 24: Scott Skiles was relieved of his duties as the Bulls' head coach.
- December 27: Jim Boylan was named the Bulls' interim head coach for the rest of the season.
- February 21: The Bulls were involved in a three-team trade with the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Seattle SuperSonics that saw Ben Wallace, Joe Smith & Adrian Griffin traded in exchange for four players that included Larry Hughes and Drew Gooden.
- April 16: The Bulls season officially ended with a win against the Raptors. They finished with just 33 wins after being touted as a contender in the Eastern Conference.
- April 17: The Bulls fired interim coach Boylan after a season in which GM John Paxson described as ''disappointing'' and ''disturbing''.
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