Posts Tagged ‘chicago bulls’
Posted on Dec 25
The Bulls Friday made very merry in Oklahoma City with a thunderous present for themselves and their fans, a 105-96 victory that not only represented a season sweep of the powerful Thunder, but the most dominant victory for any team over 20-10 Oklahoma City this season.
“We knew what we were capable of,” said Jimmy Butler, who led the Bulls …
Posted on Oct 5
Already, Fred Hoiberg is proving a coaching iconoclast.
Hoiberg Tuesday will coach his first NBA game, albeit exhibition, in the United Center against the Milwaukee Bucks. Yet, Hoiberg boldly is risking the Bulls chances for the preseason championship that the Bulls last won in 2013 with an 8-0 preseason.
“We’re going to hold some guys out,” Hoiberg said after practice …
Posted on Oct 1
“One can have a dream, baby, Two can make a dream so real; One can wish upon a star, Two can make a wish come true.
One can stand alone in the dark Two can make a light shine through. It takes two, baby It takes two, Me and you You know it takes two.”
— Marvin Gaye; Songwriters Sylvia …
Posted on Sep 30
The stormy skies and clouds that hovered Tuesday began to recede, bringing some much needed relief and brightness.
And, yes, the sun came out in Chicago, also.
But it was the Bulls who got some much needed clarity and cheer Wednesday with the disclosure that Derrick Rose’s surgery for an orbital fracture sustained in the first minutes of the first …
Posted on Aug 11
There was no formal invitation. Reporters from Chicago and a few from around the country began slowly to encircle USA Basketball assistant coach Tom Thibodeau following the conclusion of Tuesday’s opening session of the three-day mini camp. There were no cheers, but there were no boos. Nor did anyone declare forcefully they had the privilege and distinct honor of presenting …
Posted on May 28
Sometimes it’s just time, time for a change, a divorce, a breakup, too much water under the bridge—or minutes throughout the lineup—as it were. That time came Thursday for the Bulls and coach Tom Thibodeau when the Bulls announced Thibodeau was being dismissed as head coach.
Thibodeau departs after five seasons as the third longest tenured coach in franchise history …
Posted on Mar 10
The house isn’t exactly perfect; there are a few holes, but they can be repaired. You’re hammering away and then you slip off the ladder, grabbing for an edge and holding on until help comes. Say hello to your March 2015 Chicago Bulls. Hang on, fellas.
“We’re battling,” said Pau Gasol after the Bulls fell away in the last few …
Posted on Feb 24
It was no surprise one of the early wire service reports Monday after the Bulls 87-71 victory over the Milwaukee Bucks began, “Ian Snell scored 20 points, Nikola Mirotic had 16 points and a career high 14 rebounds, and the surging Chicago Bulls…”
I know, I know. Who is that guy?
It couldn’t be the Tony Snell we know, timidly …
Posted on Feb 16
Pau Gasol and Jimmy Butler Sunday were hardly the main attractions in the annual mid season circus and skills competition the NBA calls its All-Star game.
Amidst a near record 41 points for MVP winner Russell Westbrook in the Western Conference’s 163-158 bowling score event that was an alltime record for points, there were the usual assortment of alley oop …
Posted on Dec 26
Could it be? Who knows? Something’s coming, something good? You’re not sure what it is, but it could be great. Yes, there could be a heck of a West Side story developing in the United Center.
“The good thing I feel when you look at the Chicago Bulls, there’s a green arrow,” Joakim Noah was saying after the Bulls delivered …