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Mar 16

The picture of Derrick Rose is like a stereogram. Stand too closely, like examining each day, you’ll miss the image. But step back a bit, take in the entire picture and the image becomes clearer.

Rose Wednesday after Bulls morning practice said he’s hopeful about playing against the Washington Wizards with his hamstring issue healing.

“I feel good,” Rose said. …

Mar 15

It shouldn’t be that easy to overlook Taj Gibson, but it’s been the story of his seven years with the Bulls.

It’s not often you miss a powerfully built 6-9 man with a fierce determination and welcoming smile, a kid who survived the hard scrabble neighborhoods on a winding path that finally took him to the NBA as a 24-year-old …

Mar 15

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau made a rare visit to the White House last week in what was termed a mutual friendship visit.

Could it have been he was there to complain about the Bulls?

“Something about it, the matchups maybe,” said Doug McDermott. “I don’t have anything against them, no grudges against them or anything. I just play well …

Mar 14

Now, he’s back!

Yes, I’m using that one much too much. But with this Bulls team it’s become the go-to lead.

This time as the Bulls Monday prepare to face the Toronto Raptors, it’s Jimmy Butler, back from his second opinion, and missing 14 of the last 15 games with knee problems and 15 of the last 17 since going …

Mar 12

Ten minutes to go in the Friday night game and anything could happen. The Miami Heat was desperately hanging onto a one-point lead over the Bulls. The United Center was throbbing with enthusiasm and the Bulls were coming. First, Nikola Mirotic defected a Dwayne Wade pass inside and the Bulls were out running. Justin Holiday missed a runner, but the …

Mar 9

The Bulls Thursday visit the “rest” home of the NBA, sleepy San Antonio, for the national TNT game with the San Antonio Spurs.

The Spurs, of course, are known for resting their main players throughout the season to build toward the playoffs. So it remains unclear after Tim Duncan, Tony Parker and Manu Ginobili didn’t play in Tuesday’s win over …

Mar 8

It was just one play among a few hundred in Monday’s Bulls’ resolute 100-90 victory over the Milwaukee Bucks. But as much as any lately, it may have symbolized who the Bulls are and have to be in this extended playoff race against heightening odds.

“Nobody wants to be in this position knowing you are right at the end of …

Mar 6

Bulls coach Fred Hoiberg after Saturday’s 108-100 victory over the Houston Rockets was considering the team’s effective play in a near end to end victory. Jimmy Butler made a magnificent return with 24 points, 11 rebounds and six assists, Pau Gasol continued his savvy efficiency with 28 points, 17 rebounds and six assists and Derrick Rose darted and dashed for …

Mar 5

The Bulls got the old gang back together for Saturday’s nationally televised game with the Houston Rockets.

Well, not everyone as Joakim Noah is out for the season after shoulder surgery. Though Noah is expected to rejoin the team next week for at least moral support.

But before Saturday’s game, the Bulls got some more encouraging news with coach Fred …

Mar 2

The defense was better Wednesday in Orlando, but this time it was the offense as the Bulls lost 102-89 to the Orlando Magic.

The Bulls endured a familiar script, falling behind 33-23 after the first quarter, trying in vain to recover with the likes of Cameron Bairstow, E’Twaun Moore and Justin Holiday trying to make up the difference. It comes …

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