Category: Bulls

Fallen Chips

Fallen Chips

The dust has seemed to settle somewhat in the NBA Free Agency stampede and what has resulted is a minor consolation prize for the once optimistic Bulls. Melo’ has returned to New York as widely expected, Lebron returned to Cleveland and the Bulls got another piece to add to their already stacked front court presence. Over the weekend the Bulls […]

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Courting Carmelo

Courting Carmelo

Tomorrow the free agent talking period begins in the NBA and Carmelo Anthony’s first stop will be in Chicago where the Bulls organization led by John Paxton will try and persuade the superstar to bring his talents to the Windy City. Now it’s been widely publicized the various people who’ve already begun their full court press to try and bring […]

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Buckets

Buckets

Doug McDermott is coming to town after the Bulls acquired him in a draft night trade with the Denver Nuggets who took him 11th overall. The Bulls traded two first round picks at 16 and 19 to acquire the small-forward out of Creighton. Doug McDermott hails from Grand Forks North Dakota but attended high school in Iowa where he played […]

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Not Six!

Not Six!

No ladies and gentleman not even half that. Last night the Miami Heat went down in a ball of fire and with it potentially the end of the latest “Big 3” era in basketball. The facts are as simple as this, if Tony Parker hadn’t missed a couple free throws in Game 2, this series would’ve ended last Thursday. As […]

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The Bulls…

The Bulls…

…Suck! End of Article. No I’ll get fired if I leave it at that, but in all honesty how did that happen? Rose wouldn’t have prevented the debacle. The Bulls – in a win-or-go-home game – scored a measly 69 points, while constantly being out-rebounded when they were supposed to have a strong advantage in that aspect of the game. […]

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Bulls Playoffs Begin

Bulls Playoffs Begin

After a tough weekend of sports for the City of Chicago the Chicago Bulls start their playoffs on Sunday at the UC against the Washington Wizards in the four-five seed matchup in the Eastern Conference. Chicago finished the regular season with a 48-34 record which was good enough to land them home-court advantage in the first round of the playoffs. […]

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Zen Master of MSG

Zen Master of MSG

Phil Jackson has returned to basketball. After a brief hiatus – during which he never stepped out of his pajamas – he’s become the Knicks’ president of basketball operations. Jackson signed a 5-year contract that’ll pay him $12 million annually. Jackson held his press conference today at Madison Square and he talked about many things including his time with the […]

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Bulls Ballin’

Bulls Ballin’

The Bulls have been playing like one of the best teams for a while now and currently stand as the fourth-best team in the East with a record of 33-26. Chicago is 9-1 in their last ten and have a four-game winning streak after having a five-game winning streak snapped. The star of the team has been Joakim Noah, who […]

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Rose to Represent America!?

Rose to Represent America!?

It’s been reported that D-Rose wants to play for the USA in this summer’s World Championships in Spain. The FIBA 2014 World Cup is played like soccer’s World Cup in Brazil, where national teams search for gold and glory much like the Olympics, only it’s the FIBA World Cup. I have so many issues with this report that it’s almost […]

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DJ Augustin Filling In Fine

DJ Augustin Filling In Fine

For the past two years the Bulls have engaged in compensatory strategies to replace the loss – temporary or worse – of their franchise player. When Derrick Rose tore his knee in Game 1 of the NBA Playoffs in 2012, the PG position has been a high-profile revolving door that’s ushered in and out the likes of Kirk Hinrich, Marquis […]

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