Posts Tagged ‘kyle korver’
Posted on Apr 28
The Bulls Saturday opened the NBA playoffs with the definition of a Pyrrhic victory, that being a win at such unpleasant consequences that it mitigated the effects and muted any celebration.
“It might be one of the saddest wins we’ve ever had,” said Carlos Boozer.
That perhaps best summed up the Bulls dominating 103-91 victory over the Philadelphia 76ers in …
Posted on Apr 27
Saturday at noon in the United Center for the Bulls begins what they’ve been waiting for, the 2012 playoffs with the Bulls hosting the No. 8 seeded Philadelphia 76ers, the team with the poorest record in these NBA playoffs.
But before beginning what the Bulls believe can be another march to an NBA championship—really, they do—it’s worth taking some time …
Posted on Apr 27
The Bulls open the 2012 playoffs noon Saturday in the United Center against the Philadelphia 76ers. The Bulls have played the 76ers just twice in the playoffs in franchise history, both times winning in five games. Both times with home-court advantage, the Bulls won the first two, lost Game 3 in Philadelphia and then won the next two. Those series …
Posted on Apr 26
You can breathe now. Go ahead. Derrick. He’s all right. Yes, really.
“I’m going to be all right,” Rose said after Wednesday’s relatively meaningless 92-87 victory over the Indiana Pacers.
See, he said it himself. Derrick said it!
He really did. He walks! He talks! He shoots!
Well, not that great, three for 11 for 10 points with seven assists …
Posted on Apr 22
It’s all about the seeds now, and the Bulls saw some of their most important growth in their 93-83 win over the Dallas Mavericks on Saturday.
Yes, the Bulls are on the verge of clinching the No. 1 seed and thus home court advantage throughout the Eastern Conference playoffs with their win and Miami’s loss that leaves the magic number …
Posted on Apr 17
It wasn’t too long ago the Bulls looked like a championship team. Actually about four days ago with the dramatic, national TV come from ahead overtime win over the Miami Heat.
But with Monday’s stunning 87-84 home loss to the 15-46 Washington Wizards, the 46-15 Bulls for about the last month look more like a .500-type team, half broken down, …
Posted on Apr 16
It might be said there was good and bad in the Bulls 100-94 overtime victory over the Detroit Pistons, other than the obvious of not having to listen to that public address announcer again this season.
There was the good of winning a second straight overtime game with a last second three to tie the game in regulation, this time …
Posted on Apr 13
Thursday was not only a good day for the Bulls with their 96-86 overtime victory over the Miami Heat, but it was an important day for the rest of the NBA one of those days you’ll remember where you were.
That’s because it was the day the Miami Heat, 21 months after coming together and declaring a dynasty, lost its …
Posted on Apr 11
Kyle Korver was the spirit and the soul of the Bulls Tuesday in Chicago’s 98-86 victory over the New York Knicks.
Korver had 11 of his 14 points in the fourth quarter as he also had seven rebounds, three assists and three blocks. But it was his full out dive on the floor early in the fourth quarter when he …
Posted on Apr 9
The Bulls really played the perfect game against the New York Knicks Sunday. Because now they have to know after that 100-99 defeat there is no way they could lose to the Knicks in a playoff series.
I’m going with Bulls by 20 when the teams meet again Tuesday at the United Center.
Unless Derrick Rose doesn’t play. Ooops, now …