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Struggling Bulls face banged up Clippers; NBA news and notes
Posted on Jan 27
No Marcus Camby. No Chris Kaman. No Zach Randolph. Baron Davis may return to action tonight after missing the past thirteen games with a tailbone injury. What does this all mean? Nothing! The Bulls can ill afford to look at the inactive list and get after it to snap a five game losing streak. Both teams have been giving up a ton of points so expect a wild one at Staples.
Drew Gooden remains out with a groin injury. Bill and I will have the radio call at 9:00 PM Central time.
Neil and Stacey on WGN TV.
Orlando blasted Indiana 135-111. Are you flat out kidding me? Pietrus is back and came through with a double-double of 27-10 and 4 dimes.
Chauncey Billups scored 14 consecutive third quarter points in Denver’s win over Memphis.
Spurs over the Jazz. AK-47 may need ankle surgery.
Kevin Martin scored 35 but the Kings had no chance of winning in Cleveland. Mo Williams, hoping to make the All-Star team, poured in 43 points and added 8 rebounds and 11 assists. Impressive. Very impressive.
Perhaps their biggest win the brief history of the Bobcats in double OT in LA as Kobe fouled out. The Bobcats have moved past the Bulls in the EC standings.
Steve Francis waived by the Grizz and Memphis moves Kevin O’Neill off the bench to the front office. In other words, “We’re paying the guy, he’s got to do something!”
I love Kurt Warner but the Bears are asking a lot if they sign him. In my opinion he should stay in Arizona. Not sure with those hands if he can handle the cold weather.
Off to dinner here in LA with the guys. I’ll check in later. Always a pleasure.
Never met A.J. Smith, GM of the Chargers but the guy needs to chill on this LT stuff.