The number one seeded Chicago Bulls will face the number eight seeded Indiana Pacers in round one of the playoffs. The Bulls have won nine games in a row, which propelled them to the NBA’s best record for the regular season. The Pacers, on the other hand, enter the playoffs as the only team with [...]
In case you missed it… It hasn’t been an easy season for the northsiders, but Cubs fans were in for a treat at Wrigley today. In comeback fashion, the Cubs beat the Dodgers 8 – 10. In other Cubs news, the team recalled RHP Justin Berg from Iowa. In other news… – James Russell will [...]
They’ve reached the end folks. The “Circus Trip” is OVER! Playing in their fourth game in five nights, the Bulls struggled early on in Sacramento but managed to finish strong for a 96-85 win. The Bulls were led once again by Derrick Rose; he had a ridiculous game (30 points, 7 assists, 7 rebounds) after [...]
For the second consecutive game, the Bulls squandered a half time thanks to an enormous offensive run by Dirk Nowitzki and the Dallas Mavericks. After taking a four point lead into the break, Dallas charged back by starting the third on a 20-6 run. Nowitzki led the Mavs with 36 points, although he had 35 [...]
The circus trip rarely goes well for the Bulls. Seven straight games on the road is one tough task. After winning the opener in Houston on Tuesday night, the Bulls traveled to San Antonio on a quest to win five in a row. Too bad the red-hot Spurs had won seven in a row heading [...]
Wizards-Bulls: At First Glance Derrick Rose vs. John Wall round 1: Two point guards, one common denominator–Kirk Hinrich. It’s kind of scary to think that the future of the NBA at point may hinge on the teaching methods of one Kirk Hinrich. If you remember, Kirk WAS the starting point guard in Chicago until Derrick [...]
Warriors-Bulls: At First Glance What a brutal stretch of games for the Golden State Warriors. Six games in nine days! I want to know who they pissed off at the NBA’s home office to get stuck with that schedule. Onto the game…….
The trade winds that swirl around Carmelo Anthony have touched down in Chicago. With the Nuggets in town to play the Bulls on Monday night, the Chicago media got some face time with the soon-to-be free agent. A very special thank you to Tribune reporter K.C. Johnson for providing the highlights from Monday’s press conference.
My apologies in advance for what you are about to read. The game got me all fired up. Guys–let me tell you, I’m not one to complain, but I’m going to anyway. I’ll admit, the Bulls didn’t deserve to win based on how they played, but they had a chance to pull it out. The officiating [...]
So far so good–right? The Bulls took a 5-4 lead over the Blazers at the 9:10 mark of the first quarter and never once looked back. The 110-98 win moves the Bulls to 2-1 on the season, with both wins coming at the United Center. Luol Deng shot a pitiful 30% from the field in [...]