Archive for the ‘Post-Game’ Category

Oct 4

Dwyane Wade Monday was hearing “Chicago,” but perhaps he was thinking Cleveland and you know who.

“Great to get out there in front of the fans for my first game, for me to be here my first moment getting in that starting lineup being called, ‘Here from Chicago, Illinois;’ that felt great,” said Wade after his first game in a …

Sep 29

Steph Curry isn’t looking for tips yet. And no one’s intimidated that he might enter the All-Star Three-Point Shootout. But Dwyane Wade’s getting his three ball warmed up and ready to go.

“My game translates anywhere,” Wade told reporters after Wednesday’s second day of Bulls training camp workouts. “I’ve played with so many different players before. I’m not worried about …

Sep 28

You’ll know where you stand with Rajon Rondo, who is emerging early in this new Bulls era as both the first true Bulls point guard in decades as well as a unique truth teller.

Rondo is direct, with his passes, which both Jimmy Butler and Dwyane Wade already have said are so good they catch them by surprise, and with …

Sep 27

The Bulls hope to rebound this season from a disappointing finish without a playoff appearance for the first time since 2008.

They also hope to rebound.

Which is why as training camp practices began Tuesday morning in the Advocate Center, Bulls coach Fred Hoiberg stressed that the starting positions weren’t decided.

Well, maybe one or perhaps two because, well, rebounding …

Sep 26

There aren’t many talking about the Bulls this season, but there figure to be a lot around the NBA wondering about them. Especially in Chicago. With more than half the roster new and including two players who have started for championship teams and three long-time All Stars, the Bulls on paper appear to have the makings of excellence. Of course, …

Sep 10

The year 1949 was a turning point in the life of 13-year-old Jerry Reinsdorf. In the Jewish religion, a boy has his Bar Mitzvah at age 13. It is considered the time honored traditional age of manhood, when by Jewish law being responsible for your actions passes from the parents to the child.

Young Jerry realized there also was an …

Sep 8

Jerry Reinsdorf says, as we all understand, it’s never like the first time. There was little with the ownership of the Bulls that could surpass that first Bulls championship in 1991, the uncertainty, the anticipation, even the relief after the Game 3 win in Los Angeles that the team would at least be able to get back to Chicago to …

Jul 30

It may be time for the t-shirts. Or perhaps copyright. Maybe Pat Riley will beat everyone to it as he did with threepeat.

Get ready for the Three Alphas.

“The excitement shows around the city,” Bulls All-Star Jimmy Butler was saying late Friday night about the new look Bulls after the USA Basketball team romped over Venezuela 80-45 in a …

Jul 29

Dwyane Wade is no Michael Jordan. In fact, when Wade Friday met reporters for the first time since signing to play for the Bulls, the Chicago native who grew up in southwest suburban Oak Lawn reiterated he, like all the kids, wanted to be like Mike. And the Bulls.

“This is one of those moments for me that is a …

Jul 28

Jimmy Butler, Dwyane Wade and Rajon Rondo? It’s become one of the big surprise questions of the NBA and perhaps one of the principal curiosities of the coming season.

Can that work? Will that work? Is it a three-car pileup or just the beginning of a smooth, comfortable trip?

Jimmy Butler isn’t concerned; he knows it will succeed and he …

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