Posts Tagged ‘bill wennington’
Posted on Nov 14
Audio recap for last night’s Bulls vs. Mavs game:
It was 21-3 then 24-5, Dallas, early in the first quarter as Bill Wennington and I were looking at each other as if to say, "What is going on here?" The Bulls came out flat. The crowd was restless and the boos began early. Vinny Del Negro had seen enough. He …
Posted on Nov 11
A big test for the Bulls tonight at the United Center as the 5-0 Hawks led by all star Joe Johnson meet the Bulls who are coming off a Saturday home loss to the Cavaliers.
Here’s my audio preview of tonight’s game:
Johnson is averaging 25 points, 5 boards and 3 assists.
Mike Bibby has been solid shooting the three …
Posted on Nov 8
Word in from the Bulls front office …Kirk Hinrich out for twelve weeks after sustaining a thumb injury in Friday’s win over the Suns. He will undergo suregery next week.
This will hurt the Bulls on two fronts. #1, Hinrich is a very good player and a sold defensive player. #2, it removes a card that John Paxson could play …
Posted on Nov 3
You can read my quick summary of the Bulls-Magic game if you scroll down the page.
My audio report with Bill Wennington will be up on Bulls.com Tuesday morning.
The buzz in the press room was Detroit-Detroit and more Detroit. Joe Dumars gets to play for a title this year with Iverson then will evaluate where the Pistons are at …
Posted on Nov 3
ESPN is reporting Allen Iverson may be packing his bags again. Iverson, in the last year of his contract calling for twenty million this season could be a member of the Pistons by the end of the day. The deal that would send Chauncey Billups and Antonio McDyess to the Nuggets is NOT official. I’m told Denver needs to …
Posted on Oct 30
The Bulls leave for Boston this afternoon. Based on Tuesday’s performance against the Bucks don’t expect any lineup changes.
The Celtics got their rings before their victory over the Cavs. After the game Doc Rivers said the Celtics can put that behind them and now concentrate on basketball… that’s great news for the rest of the NBA. Can Boston repeat? …