|2013-14 Chicago Bulls season|
|Head coach||Tom Thibodeau|
|General manager||Gar Forman|
|Place||Division: 2nd (Central)|
Conference: 4th (Eastern)
|Playoff finish||First Round|
(Lost to Wizards 1-4)
|Television||WGN, WCIU, Comcast SportsNet Chicago|
The 2013-14 Chicago Bulls season was the franchise's 48th season in the National Basketball Association (NBA). They finished the regular season with a record of 48-34, heading into the playoffs with the 4th seed in the Eastern Conference. They lost in the first round to the Washington Wizards in five games.
Derrick Rose returned to action during the season opener in Miami, but he only played 10 games this year as knee injuries got the better of him. Besides losing Rose, on January 7, 2014, the Bulls traded Luol Deng to the Cleveland Cavaliers for Andrew Bynum, who was waived immediately after the trade.
|1||20||Tony Snell||SF||United States||New Mexico|
|2||49||Erik Murphy||PF||United States / Finland||Florida|
The San Antonio Spurs signed Marco Belinelli on July 11. On July 26, Nate Robinson signed with the Denver Nuggets. On October 7, Vladimir Radmanovi? announced that he would be retiring after 12 seasons in the NBA.
On July 10, the Bulls signed Mike Dunleavy. The next day, Nazr Mohammed re-signed with the Bulls. The Bulls had signed Patrick Christopher, Mike James, Dahntay Jones, Kalin Lucas, Dexter Pittman, and D. J. White on September 27 to finalize its training camp roster.