Bulls-Heat rivalry resumes as a new NBA season starts

Talking about hatred might be a bit too much but the Bulls and the Heat really don’t like each other.

Pay per head services know what LeBron James said of the Bulls: “We don’t like them, they don’t like us.” “It’s not unheard of. We all know how it is.”

This rivalry will intensify with the return of Derrick Rose, who previously admitted the Heat were the Bulls’ biggest rival.

“If you want say [that], yeah,” Rose said, according to ESPN Chicago’s Nick Friedell. “For sure, Miami.”

Both teams will compete for a the NBA Championship this season. The Heat will try to win their third straight title while the Bulls want to make the most of Rose’s return to get a title for the first time since the Michael Jordan days.

The Bulls also have revenge on their minds as the Heat ended their playoff run in the second round. Derrick Rose was on the bench but the Bulls almost beat the Heat and they don’t take kindly to defeat.

The Heat will raise their 2012-13 championship banner and receive their rings prior to the game. The Bulls won’t be watching but they’ll know what’s going and would love to ruin Miami’s night.