Category: Bulls

Rough Ride

Rough Ride

On the same night the two biggest sports figures in Chicago found themselves down and out for the foreseeable future. Derrick Rose suffered a meniscus rupture and will be out for the rest of the regular season and the entirety of the playoffs. Rose is expected to undergo yet another surgery in the coming weeks and it’s getting to the […]

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Encouraging

Encouraging

Last night the Bulls played the most exciting game of the season as they beat the best team in the Western Conference in OT 113-111. The Golden State Warriors have the best winning percentage in the NBA at .837, and at home they’re an astounding 21-2 which is again the best record in the league. Last night however the Bulls […]

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Regular Preseason

Regular Preseason

Last night the Bulls were the national spotlight game for the NBA as they hosted the Spurs at the United Center on TNT. The Bulls prior to last night had lost six of eight and the talk was that Tom Thibodeau’s job was starting to come into question with the lack of success the team had shown after previously being […]

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Seeing Red!

Seeing Red!

Last night the Bulls won their seventh in a row in Indianapolis defeating the Pacers 92-90 behind another strong performance by Jimmy Butler. Butler has a been a breakout star for Chicago really solidifying the starting five for Thibs’ squad. The return of Derrick Rose appears to a non-issue as he’s now averaging 18PPG, and more importantly 28.1 minutes per […]

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Off and Running

Off and Running

The Bulls 2014- 2015 season has got off to a tremendous start, and unlike the football team here in Chicago, the expectations for them appear to be within reach. The Bulls won again last night without Derrick Rose for much of the night. Rose played only 31 minutes in Milwaukee, the least of any starter on the team. The Bulls […]

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“Bullish”

“Bullish”

If you’ve read the most recent edition of Sports Illustrated, you’d have to have liked what you saw in the prognostication section. Granted it has the Bulls losing to the Spurs in the Finals, but it does predict what would be an amazing conference finals victory over the Lebron-led Cavs. Sports Illustrated is obviously in the mindset of many Chicagoans […]

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What Did We Learn

What Did We Learn

With public schools back in session starting today in the Chicagoland area it would be as best a time as any to go over what we’ve learned this Labor Day Weekend. On the college football front we need to understand that this is going to be as wacky a year as ever, and the pronounced favorites all have their weaknesses […]

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Making The Cut

Making The Cut

Today’s big story concerning the Bulls’ Derrick Rose is that he’s now gotten himself into the final cuts for the Team USA roster that’ll compete in the FIBA World Cup later this month. The camp is now down to 16 players with only 12 making the team. Rose has played extremely well during the practices and scrimmages, showing people the […]

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Seeing Red

Seeing Red

Derrick Rose is “on a mission” this year to take back what is his, the Eastern Conference. D-Rose is currently practicing with Team USA in their preparations for the upcoming FIBA Championships, and WILL compete in the tournament this month. Now while I don’t agree with his decision to play in these meaningless games, I guess he must feel restless […]

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No Love In The Windy City

No Love In The Windy City

The latest reports on the ongoing Kevin Love trade saga is that Chicago’s willing to trade Taj Gibson, Nikola Mirotic. and recent first-round pick Doug McDermott for the Timberwolves forward. I’m sure there’d be some picks thrown into the deal, but on the cold hard facts of the trade lets analyze just how ludicrous this proposal would be and how […]

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