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Posted on Oct 22
Derrick Rose Friday will play in his first preseason game for the 2015-16 season.
Unless, of course, he doesn’t.
But it is now looking—even if Rose’s rose colored glasses still are showing two of everything—as if Rose will at least play for a few minutes when the Bulls close the preseason in Lincoln, Neb.
“Every day I’m improving,” Rose said …
Posted on Oct 15
Nothing appears to have been set up quite yet, But if the Illinois Tollway Authority is considering how to speed up traffic for the I-PASS lane, they might consult the Bulls. Because the Bulls don’t appear to be putting up much resistance to traffic.
“I am disappointed in us not getting back,” said Bulls coach Fred Hoiberg Wednesday after the …
Posted on Oct 11
Last year it was the fall of Doug McDermott. This year the Bulls preseason has become the Fall of Doug McDermott.
The second year forward, who is emerging as one of the team’s most important players, Saturday continued his hot shooting to help lead the Bulls to a wire-to-wire 114-105 preseason win over the Minnesota Timberwolves in Winnipeg, Canada.
Posted on Oct 7
It was a woeful, oh-no-here-we-go-again first half for Doug McDermott Tuesday in the Bulls preseason opener. McDermott was zero for five and scoreless, missing all his three pointers. Could it be that he only could play against summer league talent?
McDermott wasn’t losing faith quite yet, but they’d all seen his shoulders sag too often. Jimmy Butler wasn’t having any …
Posted on Oct 7
No one called it Freddie-ball yet. But the Bulls Tuesday seemed to be having a ball in a 105-95 preseason opening win over the Milwaukee Bucks.
“You’ve got the freedom to shoot it when you are open,” said Jimmy Butler, who had 23 points in 25 minutes and was matched by Doug McDermott with 23 points, McDermott’s all after halftime. …
Posted on Sep 29
Yes, Mrs. Lincoln. But other than that, how did you like the play?
It was a productive first day of Bulls practice Tuesday morning under new coach Fred Hoiberg.
Yes, other than that.
“That” was once again Derrick Rose’s luck turning bad.
Rose sustained, according to a statement released by the Bulls later in the afternoon, a left orbital fracture …
Posted on Sep 28
The Bulls certainly hope it becomes an era, and presumably Fred Hoiberg does as well. It basically began Monday with the opening of Hoiberg’s first training camp as Bulls coach, media day interviews and team meetings.
After a summer of visiting with all the players at their homes or training facilities, like with Derrick Rose and Joakim Noah in California, …
Posted on Jul 2
The Bulls are putting the band back together. But will it be able to hit the high notes?
That’s the big question as the Bulls, according to league sources and published reports, agreed Wednesday to contracts with their new Mr. Fabulous, Jimmy Butler, and fellow sole man Mike Dunleavy.
Teams are not permitted to discuss or officially sign contracts with …
Posted on Jun 29
No need to beware of Razorbacks bearing gifts, except perhaps if you’re the Bulls opposition.
Wearing a dark suit with a red bow tie, a red Bulls baseball cap and delivering three boxes of doughnuts (the traditional morning duty for rookies), Bulls first round draft pick Bobby Portis Monday announced his arrival in Chicago, both symbolic and hopeful.
“I’ve always …
Posted on May 15
“While one may encounter many defeats, one must not be defeated.”
— Maya Angelou
And so the Bulls’ 2014-15 season ends with arguably their worst loss of the season at the most vital time, the closeout game of the conference semifinal against rival LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers, who defeated the Bulls 94-73.
It perhaps sets back the Bulls …