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Noah’s Story Arc Triumphant for Bulls vs. Nets

May 5, 2013

Marquis Teague played 14 minutes and Daequan Cook eight for the Chicago Bulls on Saturday (May 4) against the Nets in Brooklyn in the decisive Game 7 of their Eastern Conference opening-round series. Oh, wait. This is supposed to be about who didn’t play rather than who did, right? * Derrick Rose, who hasn’t played […]

Ill-Timed Illnesses Lead to Bulls’ Game 6 Loss

May 3, 2013

The ills of a long NBA season seem to have caught up with the Chicago Bulls. Which has them in position for an exit from the postseason. With Kirk Hinrich hobbled by a calf injury that sidelined him and Luol Deng unable to play because of illness (and we won’t even bother to discuss the […]

Bulls End Heat’s 27-Game Winning Streak

March 28, 2013

The Miami Heat with a 27-game winning streak came to Chicago to play the Bulls on Wednesday night (March 27). No Derrick Rose. No Rip Hamilton. No Joakim Noah. No Marco Belinelli. And the Bulls are somehow going to win? No way. Way. The Bulls prevailed 101-97 to end the Heat’s streak, second-longest in NBA […]

The Subject Was Roses: Reggie, Derrick and the Bulls

February 22, 2013

The best part about the Chicago Bulls-Miami Heat game Thursday night (Feb. 21) at the United Center? Well, for your humble correspondent, it was being able to make it home before the snow hit the Chicago area. For the Bulls, it likely was being able to dress quickly after their 86-67 loss, go to the […]

SI Has MJ Covered; Bulls Fans Await Rose Return

February 14, 2013

Derrick Rose rehabs. And talks. Chicago Bulls fans wait. And listen. Michael Jordan sells. And so it is that we enter the NBA all-star break that culminates with the annual exhibition game that occasionally resembles a basketball contest. Also of note is MJ’s 50th birthday that coincides with Sunday’s game. To mark the milestone, Sports […]

Bulls, Butler Keep Their Cool in Beating Bobcats

January 29, 2013

As the Chicago Bulls prepared to make way for the ice show that is set to come to the United Center, they put the visiting Charlotte Bobcats on ice Monday (Jan. 28). Jimmy Butler had a career-high 19 points in the 93-85 victory that extended the Bulls home winning streak to a season-high four games. […]

Bulls’ Butler Helps Stifle Bryant in Beating Lakers

January 22, 2013

It was a day of historic significance and for cementing a legacy. It was the day of the second inauguration of Barack Obama as president of the United States. But that’s not whose legacy we’re talking about. No. it’s another guy who has been known to play some basketball. And rather than an official inauguration, […]

Bulls Fall Back and Down in Loss to Hornets

November 4, 2012

It has been said that 90 percent (or close to it) of life is just showing up. Someone should have told the Chicago Bulls that success occasionally requires more than just showing up. The game Saturday (Nov. 3) against the New Orleans Hornets was one such occasion. Playing without the league’s top 2012 draft pick […]

Bulls Move Forward to Game 6 vs. Sixers

May 9, 2012

The Chicago Bulls are moving forward to Game 6 of their opening-round series in the NBA’s postseason because of their forwards. Luol Deng (24 points, eight rebounds) and Carlos Boozer (19 points, 13 rebounds) led the way as the Bulls defeated the Philadelphia 76ers 77-69 on Tuesday at the United Center. The victory left the […]

Down and Out in Chicago: Rose’s Season Over

April 29, 2012

You could sense the Chicago Bulls were in trouble when team chairman Jerry Reinsdorf — grim-faced, head down and avoiding eye contact — whisked down the corridor of the bowels of the United Center and entered the Bulls’ locker room on Saturday (April 28). Minutes earlier, the Bulls had defeated the Philadelphia 76ers 103-91 in […]

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