Post Tagged with: "Joakim Noah"

What’re The Bulls Doing?!

What’re The Bulls Doing?!

What’re the Bulls doing, and where are they headed as a franchise are two huge questions looming around the city’s professional sports teams. Chicago around this time five years ago was a destination to be sought, now with a diminished Derrick Rose and potential opt out by Pau the landscape doesn’t look so good going forward. Pau wasn’t moved at […]

Read more ›
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 […]

Read more ›
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. […]

Read more ›
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 […]

Read more ›
On the lookout for a series win

Bulls Even Series at 1-1

The Chicago Bulls managed to do what all road teams want to do in the playoffs – a split. The Bulls played a game that was more their style and grabbe a 90-82 victory in Brooklyn to send the series back to the United Center knotted at 1-1. The 82 points were a testament to the stellar defensive scheme of […]

Read more ›
Whadaya mean I don't get to make history?

Bulls Win – Heat Lose Again – Another Streak to Not Talk About

The Miami Heat’s epic reversal of fortune has them looking at tomorrow night’s game in New Orleans as a must-win if there’s any hope of ending the losing streak that started with last night’s loss to the Chicago Bulls.  LeBron James must lead his teammates out of the doldrums to regain the kind of winning ways that would have led to a seeringly hot 28-game winning streak but […]

Read more ›
Big 10 Tournament MVP

March Madness – The Dance Halls Open Tonight

The field of 68 teams was chosen on Sunday night after Ohio State beat Wisconsin capture the Big 10 title and wrap up conference tournament play. Thad Matta has now won four Big 10 Championships during his tenure as coach of the Buckeyes. Matta started coaching Ohio State in 2004 after stints with Xavier and Butler. He’s highly regarded as […]

Read more ›
Derrick Rose's MVP says so much about how good this team could be with a balanced attack and Rose driving to the basket

Bulls Waiting Game

Derrick Rose might or might not come back to play this season but, let’s be honest, either way the Bulls’ prospects for the regular season aren’t going to be materially different and, in any event, they certainly aren’t going to win the NBA Championship.   And my superattenuated ear hears Rose saying that he won’t return until he’s “110%” to infer that the Bulls don’t know whether or […]

Read more ›
Heat Take Out Bulls With Four Straight

Heat Take Out Bulls With Four Straight

Chicago will have some time now to look at the last four minutes of Thursday nights game and figure out what went wrong for them as they are eliminated from the NBA playoffs loosing to the Miami Heat 83-80. Miami’s big three took over the fourth, coming back from a twelve point deficit to go on to win and now on to the NBA Finals against the Dallas Mavericks.

Read more ›
Heat Show Bulls Why They Are No.2

Heat Show Bulls Why They Are No.2

The Bulls began their series against the Miami Heat looking like the team we have seen time and time again this season, not so much after the last two games played against Miami. Derrick Rose and the Bulls are now trailing the Heat 2-1 in the Eastern Conference Finals after loosing Wednesday night in Chicago and again Sunday night in Miami.

Read more ›