Posts Tagged ‘derrick rose’
Posted on Nov 27
He came to Hoffman Estates; he saw Delaware; he conquered the doubts. Veni; vidi; vici; And now with victory in hand, Jerian Grant likely returns triumphant to the Bulls with the highest scoring game in the short Windy City Bulls history after scoring 34 points in Saturday’s Windy City 121-110 win over the Delaware 87ers.
“Nothing like getting game reps …
Posted on Nov 26
It’s bad enough the Bulls Friday dominated the Philadelphia 76ers in a 105-89 romp to close their 4-2 road trip. Now, a substantial portion of the Bulls bench is getting ready to take a shot at the 76ers’ D-league team, the Delaware 87ers.
Jerian Grant and Cristiano Felicio will make their debuts in Hoffman Estates at the Sears Centre 7 …
Posted on Nov 5
As Dwyane Wade goes so goes the Bulls?
It may well be as the Bulls Saturday played their first uncompetitive game of the season in what not so coincidently was Wade’s poorest game of the fledgling season.
Wade was one of nine for four points as the Bulls never led, trailing by double digits for more than three quarters, by …
Posted on Nov 5
Derrick Rose caught an inbounds pass near midcourt and burst in a blur 50 feet through the defense in three seconds for a reverse layup. Joakim Noah rolled down the middle and slam dunked a pass from Rose and then went dashing to help on defense, yelling to switch, “Let me get him.”
It was all so familiar Friday in …
Posted on Nov 4
No, the parade Friday wasn’t for Derrick Rose and Joakim Noah returning to Chicago.
But as much as Rose and Noah hoped, wished and envisioned it would be them someday making Chicago feel proud, Rose, nevertheless, said he was thrilled for Chicago.
“Just coming back here, it felt good, to tell you the truth,” Rose told reporters after Knicks practice …
Posted on Nov 3
It was early in the fourth quarter of a game that was slipping away, looking like a Boston massacre, the Celtics driving forth to start the fourth quarter for an 86-70 lead over the Bulls. Time out. This was no tea party. Bodies were flying around like saucers. Cut to a few words from Dwyane Wade.
“I think D. Wade …
Posted on Oct 30
They said they were going to do this, push the ball, run, space the floor, shoot threes, defend aggressively, play with joy and passion.
Sure, sure, said the critics. Let’s see.
The Bulls are showing them–and all of us–a second brilliant effort Saturday, this time a dominating and perhaps ascendant 118-101 victory over the Indiana Pacers to give the Bulls …
Posted on Oct 25
Jimmy Butler knows what they’re saying. No, not about the hair. About the shooting, about the offense, about the Bulls appearing, well, contrary to the latest NBA conventional wisdom about success: Speed, space and shoot those threes. They’re saying the Bulls are headed the wrong direction down a one-way street, climbing on a bicycle when everyone else is in a …
Posted on Oct 17
The Bulls Monday lost 108-104 in overtime to the Charlotte Hornets, a relatively insignificant outcome given that both teams finished the game with lineups that included D-league and European prospects.
But even if Bulls coach Fred Hoiberg remained inscrutable regarding his plans, it seems virtually certain now that Monday’s starting lineup of Dwyane Wade, Rajon Rondo, Robin Lopez, Jimmy Butler …
Posted on Oct 17
Wearing Number 1 for the Bulls, at point guard….
…from Hamilton, Massachusetts?
“I was No. 1 in college at Syracuse,” said the Bulls latest point guard, Michael Carter-Williams, acquired Monday for Tony Snell. “I’ve been No. 1 a lot. The discussion is probably going to be D. Rose, that was his old number. It has nothing to do with D. …