Posts Tagged ‘andrew bogut’
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 …
Posted on Apr 7
I know if you were a Bulls fan what you wanted to do if you were watching Tuesday’s awful, 79-74 Milwaukee Bucks victory over the Bulls, especially with Toronto losing in Cleveland with a chance to tie for eighth place in the Eastern Conference.
After kicking in your TV screen.
Sign a shooter. Can’t anyone here make a shot? Hello, …
Posted on Apr 6
By Adam Fluck
Tuesday marked the first time that the Bulls and Bucks hooked up following the three-player deal between the organizations on Feb. 18. On that day, Chicago sent John Salmons to Milwaukee in exchange for Hakim Warrick and Joe Alexander.
While the Bulls have struggled with injuries these last few months and are fighting for a postseason spot, …
Posted on Apr 4
The Bulls players insisted they didn’t see it, but everyone else did. Eighth place Toronto had won again earlier in the day. The seventh place Bobcats had come off the floor Saturday night from a dozen behind in the third quarter and trailing the first 36 minutes to stun the Bulls with an 11-2 run to open the fourth quarter …
Posted on Jan 9
It’s never much fun to lose, and the Bulls weren’t smiling very much after coming back from a 17-point deficit Friday only to lose to the Milwaukee Bucks 96-93.
But it was a heck of a game from both teams, not necessarily artful with both teams shooting below 41 percent though with some cheap shots, a bit of a pushing …
Posted on Dec 10
The NBA Thursday released its first All-Star game fan balloting results, and another year seems like it may go by without a Bulls player being voted to the All-Star team, which would make 11 years.
The fans select the starters and the coaches vote for the reserves. The way the Bulls have been playing this season, it may hurt the …
Posted on Dec 1
Well, at least it wasn’t a blowout this time. And nobody got hurt. And the post game pizza was still hot and it was Milwaukee and it wasn’t snowing. So there were some positives Monday.
But the Bulls came home—to the Midwest, at least—but lost to the Milwaukee Bucks 99-97 when Brad Miller’s 18 footer with less than a second …
Posted on Nov 10
By Adam Fluck
Voting for the 2010 NBA All-Star Game got underway on Tuesday with five Bulls on the ballot. For the first time in balloting history, fans can vote for All-Stars any time by texting a player’s last name from their mobile phones.
Posted on Nov 4
The guy Bulls fans most love to hate—well, not quite hate, but always expect more from—has been the team’s best player thus far in the 2-2 start.
Luol Deng missed 52 games with injuries the last two seasons and had his scoring average drop last season to 14.1 points, six rebounds and 44.8 percent shooting, all better than only his …