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Posted on Jan 15
The lead in journalism sums up the story or principal idea, and that one pretty much says it all about the Bulls 24-point comeback and 115-111 overtime victory Thursday over the lowly Philadelphia 76ers.
“It’s as good a performance as I’ve seen,” Bulls coach Fred Hoiberg reiterated as he pretty much said the same thing 10 days ago …
Posted on Oct 26
Nothing is going to be decided Tuesday when the Bulls open the 2015-16 NBA season against their rivals, LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers.
We’ll hear afterward that it’s a long season and it’s about the playoffs and much will change in the next six or seven months. But when you are the Bulls and James has ended your season …
Posted on Oct 4
Happy Birthday, Derrick.
And it should be a happy one Sunday, No, 27, for Rose and for Bulls fans, as well
No, there probably won’t be any candles.
That’s because Rose’s eyes are sensitive to light following his surgery last week for an orbital fracture.
But there’s still a light shining on the Bulls’ future and Rose because Rose’s recovery …
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 Jul 30
The man in the middle from Spain…? From Florida?
“It’s not that I see myself starting,” Pau Gasol was saying Thursday during a media conference call from Africa, where he is participating in the NBA’s first ever Africa game. “I’m going to work and earn (my spot). I don’t take anything for granted no matter how well I played or …
Posted on May 29
There is no episode or incident that truly reveals the measure and nature of a person. But there was one Tom Thibodeau story I love that provides a rare glimpse at the makeup of this man that was both his success and eventual undoing.
It was late June after Thibodeau’s rookie season as an NBA coach, his most successful in …
Posted on May 7
Often we wonder who are these guys, these NBA stars, like Jimmy Butler, Thursday in the United Center receiving the NBA’s 2015 Most Improved Player award, yet another accolade in a career arc probably too great to even be in his dreams. Butler wore a tuxedo-like suit, gray with matching handkerchief, cable vest with white button down shirt buttoned to …
Posted on Feb 21
You’ve heard the questions and the lament as Taj Gibson dropped balls, wasn’t always able to finish at the rim, played well, but, well, not as well as expected. His scoring well down. Must be pouting because he’s not starting, went one theory. Upset with trade rumors went another. Jealous of contracts other players are getting.
Gibson heard it all …
Posted on Feb 19
The Bulls remained resolute as the NBA trading deadline passed 2 p.m. Thursday. And with good reason. The Bulls don’t really have any major holes to fill and have not even effectively used all the players they could, like Tony Snell and Doug McDermott. So there wasn’t much need for change.
Actually, few of the teams in the league with …
Posted on Feb 13
Derrick Rose sliced and diced, he slashed and dashed. The warmth from the community covered him like a familiar blanket in the verbal salutes. The Bulls Thursday on national TNT dominated the Cleveland Cavaliers 113-98, and if it wasn’t exactly like old times, it sure seemed a lot like it and felt awfully good for the Bulls.
“When I’m out …