Posts Tagged ‘andrew bogut’
Posted on Dec 16
Bulls center Joakim Noah had successful surgery to repair a torn ulna collateral ligament in his right thumb on Thursday morning. The surgery was performed by Dr. Mark Cohen and Dr. John Fernandez of Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush University Medical Center.
Noah will have a follow up visit with the doctors on Monday, at which point he’ll likely be given …
Posted on Dec 15
The Bulls Tuesday left the United States for a game with the Toronto Raptors with a winning streak and a potential All Star center.
They come back after defeating the Raptors Wednesday 110-93 with a seventh straight victory, but no starting center.
Customs may have gotten tougher.
That’s because the Bulls announced as soon as Wednesday’s game ended that potential …
Posted on Oct 5
The score doesn’t much matter in the preseason, though coach Tom Thibodeau said after the Bulls lost 92-83 Tuesday in Milwaukee that you always want to win.
But the exhibition season really is about development, especially with so many new players like the Bulls have.
On the whole, I didn’t think it was a very good first effort for the …
Posted on Jul 23
The Bulls late Thursday filled out their front court rotation by agreeing to a one year deal with veteran center/forward Kurt Thomas, NBA sources confirmed.
Thomas joins Joakim Noah, Carlos Boozer, Taj Gibson and Omer Asik in what should be a solid five-man interior rotation.
Thomas agreed to a deal for slightly more than the veterans’ minimum, which means the …
Posted on Apr 18
Leave it to Joakim Noah to get right to the point of the first day of the NBA playoffs.
“That was unbelievable yesterday, that Boston/Miami game,” Noah was saying after practice Sunday while some wild one-on-one games went on among the reserves. “He’s unbelievable that guy… I’m gonna say it. He’s a dirty player. He’s a dirty player.”
That would …
Posted on Apr 12
Well, you knew in watching this Bulls season it wasn’t going to be easy or simple, and the playoffs now come down to this with the Pistons laying down Monday and losing badly to the Toronto Raptors 111-97:
The Bulls probably need to sweep their last two, Tuesday at home over Boston and Wednesday in Charlotte.
That’s because the Raptors …
Posted on Apr 11
It was clearly written for the Bulls on the board as soon as you walked into the locker room before Sunday’s potential playoff playin game with the Toronto Raptors.
“How bad do we want it?”
It might have needed an adverb, but the message was clear.
Joakim Noah got it, and everyone followed along for a 104-88 domination in which …
Posted on Apr 10
Well, at least there didn’t seem to be much of a depression hangover for the Bulls from Friday’s numbing double overtime loss to the Washington Generals, err, New Jersey Nets.
The Bulls gathered Saturday afternoon on the upstairs practice floor in the Air Canada Centre for a light workout while on the main floor the Harlem Globetrotters were performing.
Posted on Apr 10
It now comes down, as we probably always figured, to Sunday in Toronto.
With the Bulls’ heartbreaking 127-116 double overtime loss to the New Jersey Nets Friday in which they blew a seven-point lead with 1:09 left in the first overtime, the Bulls head for Toronto at 38-41 tied for eighth place in the Eastern Conference with the Raptors.
Posted on Apr 8
So which conspiracy theory was yours for Thursday with LeBron James sitting out the national cable TNT game with the Bulls.
The Cavs would rather play the Bulls in the playoffs because they believe the Bulls are an even easier out in the playoffs than the Raptors without the injured Chris Bosh.
The Cavs want the Bulls as a historic …