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Bulls Open Season Tonight At UC

Bulls Open Season Tonight At UC

In a rematch of the Eastern Conference Semifinals from last spring the Cleveland Cavaliers come to town to open the 2015-2016 campaign under the national spotlight. Lebron James fell short of his third NBA title last year when he went down four games to two against the Golden State Warriors. This year the Cavs hope to return to the finals […]

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Calling all Cavs not named Lebron

Calling all Cavs not named Lebron

Tonight’s Game 6 of the NBA Finals is back in Cleveland after the changing of the format to the series starting this year. Had the series taken place in years prior Game 5 would’ve been in Cleveland with games 6 & 7 at Oracle Arena. Lebron James has been phenomenal in this series and despite possibly not winning the championship, […]

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Back to the Future

Back to the Future

Lebron James has made good on his promise to Cleveland and now he’s just four wins away from giving the city its first championship since 1964. Last night Lebron James and his minions crushed the Atlanta Hawks 118-88 in a four game sweep that’ll allow for he and the rest of them to rest in anticipation of the Golden State […]

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Trading Blows

Trading Blows

This weekend the Bulls and Cavs sunk each other’s respective fanbases with buzzer beaters, and now  the pseudo Eastern Conference Finals is knotted at two games a piece with Cleveland regaining home court advantage in the best of seven series. On Friday Night Derrick Rose scored the last three of his thirty points on a bank shot from well beyond […]

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Movin’ On

Movin’ On

It appears at this moment that Lebron James will be taking his talents elsewhere come next fall. A report from various media sources says that the games best player has decided to option out of his contract with the Heat in order to find a more suitable place to play basketball. It seems as though that NBA Finals loss to […]

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Waiting in the Wings

Where’s D-Rose Going to Point His Team?

Basketball season’s back and with it a renewed sense of excitement from the United Center that over rely on the Blackhawks. Chicago’s favorite son is back in game shape after taking a year off, and now the Bulls appear ready to give the Miami Heat a run for its money in the top-heavy Eastern Conference. The Bulls’ route to the […]

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Heat on Thin Ice

Heat on Thin Ice

When Lebron James showed up in Miami he was given a primetime special to make his decision and even a lights spectacle upon his arrival at American Airlines Arena. Now after two consecutive trips to the NBA Finals, and one championship he and his cast of characters are again facing the prospect of not fulfilling their promise to be the […]

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Bulls’ Tall Order

Bulls’ Tall Order

If there ever was a must win game when the team who needed to win was up in the series that time would be now. But even if the Bulls were 3-0 I’d still bet on the Heat. No NBA team has ever come back from a 3-0 deficit, but if the Heat were faced with those odds I’d bet […]

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The heads of their respective sports

The Heat Through Rose-Colored Glasses

Derrick Rose will not be playing tonight as the Bulls take on the Miami Heat in Game 1 of the second round.  As of this moment, Rose has not played in a competitive basketball game in 373 days, which is nearly 9 thousand hours.  He has teased us with his pre-game shootarounds, his courtside mentorship, and his convoluted regular status updates.  Bottom line: Rose will not be […]

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Overall has been the difference maker for Chicago in this early round series

Bulls Look to Close Series Against Nets

After a thrilling triple-OT that had more drama than anyone could’ve ever expected the Bulls have taken a stranglehold on the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals series and will be looking to handle business and get themselves some rest before they attend to their next task which at this point is expected to be the Miami Heat. Now although Chicago is 48minutes […]

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