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Bulls aim to win two straight against another ten-win team
Posted on Jan 30
The Bulls will attempt to build on their victory against the Clippers with a game tonight here in Sacramento.
It’s been a long year for the Kings. The Kings window closed two years ago and they’re attempting to rebuild around Kevin Martin and Jason Thompson. Thompson has been terrific. Many “experts” questioned the Kings taking him at #12 but he is a mature, developing talent. John Salmons and former Bull, Brad Miller have been mentioned in trade rumors but for now the Kings are just playing it out until the off season as they will secure a high lottery choice.
The Bulls recorded 30 assists against the Clippers and when the Bulls move the ball, good things happen. Ben Gordon with eight—count ‘em—eight dimes against LAC.
Pre-game coverage on the Bulls radio network at 8:30 with Bill and myself, Neil and Stacey on Comcast.
You can always look at All-Star rosters and nit pick but the coaches got it right especially in the East with Jameer Nelson getting the nod over several other worthy candidates. The Magic with an impressive home court win over the Cavs Thursday night.
David West made the All-Star team. Melo did not. Interesting.
The Spurs came up big on the road in Phoenix. The Suns host the Bulls Saturday. Watching the Spurs play defense is a beautiful thing. How good is All Star Tony Parker?
The more inside gossip that’s coming out of Joe Torre’s book tells me a couple of things. 1.) I will buy the book because I’m curious to read more. 2.) Torre, an old school kind of guy, violated the locker-room confidentiality and trust of his team. No respect. Doesn’t Joe Torre have enough coin? Joe Torre is a Hall of Fame manager but this doesn’t help his image. Just my opinion.
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